NODEM 2013 Sweden
Beyond Control – The Collaborative Museum and its Challenges
December 1-3, 2013
Hilton Hotel, Slussen
Guldgränd 8 Box 15270, Stockholm
The Stockholm City Museum
Ryssgården, Slussen, Stockholm
The Museum of Medieval Stockholm
Strömparterren, Norrbro, Stockholm
December 1, 2013: Tours & exhibitions
December 2, 2013: Keynote sessions & reception
December 3, 2013: Special and thematic sessions, EXPO & Swedish Christmas dinner ‘Julbord’
December 4, 2013: Post conference tours & exhibitions
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The overarching goal of NODEM 2013 – Beyond Control is to highlight and investigate a variety of challenges that museums and other culture-historical institutions are facing in an increasingly digital, and media saturated, landscape.
The aim of the conference is to bring together museum and heritage professionals (GLAM and heritage sector), innovation experts (universities, research and technology transfer centres, start-ups) and practitioners (SME sector) to enable discussion on the potential of collaboration and innovation.
For decades digital technologies have been considered by the museums as bringing rapid changes that create challenges for the museum work and practices. With the advent of the digital age, museum professionals must constantly focus on the consequences and re-evaluate the museum’s role, as knowledge and interpretative processes are co-created with audiences and other expertise centres. At the same time innovation experts are researching and designing novel interfaces and experiences. How do we bring these different perspectives and approaches?
This year’s edition focuses on: New conception of museums as public spaces and communication modes and interfaces. NODEM EXPO showcases the latest, cutting-edge products, exhibitions and services for museums, galleries and heritage sites.
Beyond Control is part of the NODEM Nordic Digital Excellence in Museums conference series under the stewardship of Interactive Institute Swedish ICT
NODEM Network of Design and Digital Heritage / Interactive Institute Swedish ICT
Swedish Exhibition Agency
Stockholm City Museum