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Giovedì, 30 Gennaio 2014 14:15

Museums and the Web Florence 2014: online il programma

mwflogo2014E' online il programma della Conferenza Museums and the Web in programma a Firenze dal 18 al 21 febbraio 2014. Il tema della Conferenza è Open Museums and Smartcities: Storytelling and Connected Culture: vi saranno presentazioni e discussioni su strumenti, linguaggi e innovazioni digitali come nuove forme di accesso al patrimonio culturale. L'evento è aperto ai professionisti della cultura, agli operatori del settore, a chi si occupa di comunicazione e social media, agli interessati alle tematiche connesse alla comunicazione, alle tecnologie, ai linguaggi contemporanei. Per partecipare occorre registrarsi il prima possibile poiché i posti sono limitati.

Il 18 febbraio è il pre-conference day, con due appuntamenti speciali presso l'Auditorium di Santa Apollonia: Mobile Summit, aperto ai professionisti e agli esperti di mobile per la cultura e Horizon2020 and Creative Europe vs Digital Heritage: A European Projects Crossover, approfondimenti sulle tematiche chiave dei bandi europei Horizon 2020 per il patrimonio culturale, con la possibilità di fare networking. Il 21 febbraio è il giorno delle Masterclass & Tour, con workshop dedicati al mobile, al social storytelling, alla scienza, alla graphic novel, ai modelli di business, seguiti da tour all'interno dei musei che ospitano i workshop.

 

Program
The draft program appears below and will update as sessions are confirmed.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014
9:30am - 6:00pm
Auditorium di Santa Apollonia Chair: Ilaria D'Uva

Mobile Summit
- Nancy Proctor, USA

9:30am - 6:00pm
Horizon2020 and Creative Europe vs Digital Heritage: A European Projects Crossover
- Franco Niccolucci, Italy


Wednesday, February 19, 2014
9:30am - 2:30pm
Sala d'Arme Demonstrations Day 1: Morning
Demonstration videos and posters will be available all morning. Demonstrators will also be present in the Demonstration Hall (Sala d’Arme) during the lunch break from 13:30-14:30.

Bridging the gap between museum and city experience with open access mobile guide platforms: a case study from Moscow
- Lada Mitroshenkova, Russia

Using multimedia mobile contents in museums: the Museo Galileo’s experience
- Jacopo Tonini, Italy

Versailles Gardens application
- Mariane Saïe, France

AthenaPlus: the MOVIO toolkit for designing and publishing digital exhibitions for cultural and touristic storytelling
- Sam Habibi Minelli, Italy

“There and Again”: mapping exhibition items and visitors’ memories
- Luca Melchionna, Italy

Proposed reconstruction of the Roman Fort of Eburodunum by using augmented reality
- Robert Michel, Switzerland

SMartART
- Paolo Mazzanti, Italy, Roberto Caldelli, Italy

Hi-storytelling: Street Museum & Speaking Stones!
- Marion Lamé, Italy

Time-Blaster
- Angelo Garioni, Italy, Angelo Garioni, Italy

Design culture through mobile technology and games
- Mauro Ceconello, Italy, Davide Spallazzo, Italy

Firenze Restaura 1972 - 2012, a virtual exhibition
- Giancarlo Buzzanca, Italia, Anna Mieli, Italia

Aligning heritage and culture with tourism; the creation of an integrated audio guide experience in Alkmaar.
- René Mijs, Nederland

Strategies for connecting religious cultural heritage. The role of technologies in an on field experimental action of Museo Diocesano, Milan
- Sara Chiesa, Italy, Davide Spallazzo, Italy

PoetryCloud - Care for the Future - Connecting people, place and story.
- Neal Hoskins, UK

SonicPaintings - storytelling thorugh sound design for masterpiece paintings
- Zbigniew Wolny, Netherlands

9:30am - 10:30am
Welcome to Smart Cities
Panel discussion by Sergio Givone (Assessore Cultura e Contemporaneità), Cristina Scaletti (Assessore Cultura Regione Toscana) Marco Bellandi (Fondazione Ricerca e Innovazione), Maurizio Fioravanti (PIN), Susan Chun (Museums and the Web), Stefania Chipa and Ilaria D’Uva (D’Uva Workshop), moderated by Laura Longo (Musei Civici Fiorentini).

Chair: Laura Longo

Measuring Culture Event by Event
- Susan Chun, USA

10:30am - 11:00am
Il Salone dei Cinquecento Heritage on the web: MIBAC projects
11:00am - 12:00pm
Il Salone dei Cinquecento Mobilizing the Smart City
Museum professionals Lada Mitroshenkova (Borodino Museum), David Spence (Museum of London) and mobile professionals Ilaria D’Uva (D’Uva Workshop) and GIovanna Barni (CoopCulture) respond to the keynote presentation by Rob Stein (Dallas Museum of Art). Moderated by Nancy Proctor (Museums and the Web).

Chair: Nancy Proctor

Connecting the Dots: How Digital Methods Become the Glue that Binds Cultural Heritage to Contemporary Society
- Robert Stein, USA

12:00pm - 1:30pm
Salone dei Cinquecento Keynote: Cory Doctorow on "GLAM and the Free World"
The Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector has the power to show the world how it’s done on the Web, or to validate every venal, controlling, censoring urge Hollywood claims is normal. At stake: nothing less than the freedom of the planet.

1:00pm - 2:30pm
Sala d'Arme Lunch
2:30pm - 6:30pm
Sala d'Arme Demonstrations Day 1: Afternoon
Demonstration videos and posters will be available all morning. Demonstrators will also be present in the Demonstration Hall (Sala d’Arme) during the coffee break from 16:00-17:00.

Time-Blaster
- Angelo Garioni, Italy, Angelo Garioni, Italy

Design culture through mobile technology and games
- Mauro Ceconello, Italy, Davide Spallazzo, Italy

Firenze Restaura 1972 - 2012, a virtual exhibition
- Giancarlo Buzzanca, Italia, Anna Mieli, Italia

Aligning heritage and culture with tourism; the creation of an integrated audio guide experience in Alkmaar.
- René Mijs, Nederland

Strategies for connecting religious cultural heritage. The role of technologies in an on field experimental action of Museo Diocesano, Milan
- Sara Chiesa, Italy, Davide Spallazzo, Italy

Palazzo Madama: Open, Connected, Social Museum
- carlotta margarone, Italy

SonicPaintings - storytelling thorugh sound design for masterpiece paintings
- Zbigniew Wolny, Netherlands

Hi-storytelling: Street Museum & Speaking Stones!
- Marion Lamé, Italy

Time-Blaster
- Angelo Garioni, Italy, Angelo Garioni, Italy

Design culture through mobile technology and games
- Mauro Ceconello, Italy, Davide Spallazzo, Italy

Firenze Restaura 1972 - 2012, a virtual exhibition
- Giancarlo Buzzanca, Italia, Anna Mieli, Italia

Aligning heritage and culture with tourism; the creation of an integrated audio guide experience in Alkmaar.
- René Mijs, Nederland

Strategies for connecting religious cultural heritage. The role of technologies in an on field experimental action of Museo Diocesano, Milan
- Sara Chiesa, Italy, Davide Spallazzo, Italy

PoetryCloud - Care for the Future - Connecting people, place and story.
- Neal Hoskins, UK

SonicPaintings - storytelling thorugh sound design for masterpiece paintings
- Zbigniew Wolny, Netherlands

2:30pm - 4:00pm
Papers 1: Smart City Tech
Chair: Agnès Alfandari

Multi environment and device framework for tourist experience in smart cities
- Gianpaolo D'Amico, Italy, alberto del bimbo, Italy

Smart technology for smart regeneration of cultural heritage: Italian smart cities in comparison
- Starlight Vattano, Italy

Art-Mapping Smart-Cities: Accessing Art Collections Outside the Museum.
- Cristina Locatelli, UK, Rebecca Sinker, UK, Gabriella Giannachi, UK

2:30pm - 4:00pm
Papers 2: Smart Project Management
Chair: Ilaria D'Uva

Agile and Waterfall: Exploring Different Methodologies for Digital Projects
- Allegra Burnette, USA, Chiara Bernasconi, USA

Mobile technologies and cultural institutions: a design perspective.
- Davide Spallazzo, Italy

ARTeC Art, Research, Technology and Cultural Heritage (ARTeB, Arte, Ricerca, Tecnologia e Beni Culturali)
- Fiammetta Michelacci, Italia

4:00pm - 5:00pm
Sala d'Arme Coffee
5:00pm - 6:30pm
Il Salone dei Cinquecento Papers 3: Evaluation
User modelling, personalization and adaptivity: potential keys to success for Fibac project
- Ludovico Solima, Italy

Un-supervised evaluation of virtual museums - the Uppåkra App as a case-study
- Sorin Hermon, Cyprus

Virtual Art Museums As An Educational Resource For Teaching And Learning Artistic Heritage
- Carmen Tejera, Spain

Initial visitor models in a personalized museum guide
- Charles Callaway, Italy

5:00pm - 6:30pm
Papers 4: Open City Collaborations
Archeowiki: when open source strategies incentive visitors presence in museum. A project for the enhancement of archaeological heritage in Lombardia.
- Anna Maria Antonini, Italia, Dante Bartoli, Italy, , Italy

Culturally enhanced Smart City Services
- Jens Bley, Germany

Beyond Control: How Local Arts and Culture Communities in Helsinki are forming the next digital frontier of Storytelling and Heritage Conservation beyond the walls of the Museum
- Samir Bhowmik, Finland

5:00pm - 6:30pm
Salone dei Cinquecento Social Media Best Practice Parade
Chair: Stefania Chipa

Palazzo Madama: Open, Connected, Social Museum
- carlotta margarone, Italy

Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Toscana Blog: the Archeotoscana experience
- marina Lo Blundo, Italia

Invasioni Digitali / Digital Invasions - Co-Creation of Cultural Value
- Invasioni Digitali, Italy

The Natural History Museum of Florence and its communication strategies on social media.
- alba scarpellini, Italy, alba scarpellini, Italy

Do Museums Worldwide form a true Community on Twitter? [Some insights on the museum Twitter ecosystem through Social Network Analysis and Network Science]
- Alex Espinós, Spain

#музейнаягостиная / #museumsalon - Twitter project from Russia
- Anna Mikhaylova, the UK

#svegliamuseo: a project to "wake up" Italian museums online
- Francesca De Gottardo, Italia

Communicating an specialized exhibition with social media
- Gema Hernández, Spain

6:30pm - 8:30pm
Cocktails


Thursday, February 20, 2014
9:30am - 2:30pm
Sala d'Arme Demonstrations Day 2: Morning
Demonstration videos and posters will be available all morning. Demonstrators will also be present in the Demonstration Hall (Sala d’Arme) during the lunch break from 13:30-14:30.

The "Human Sanctuary" movie a gateway to encyclopedic knowledge on the Dead Sea Scrolls
- Sorin Hermon, Cyprus, Susan Hazan, Israel

MUBIL: A Digital Library
- Marina Belli, Italy

The art and science square: Piazza S. Marco in Florence - Pioneers and educational institutions in 19th-century Florence
- Federica Riva, Italy

Old instruments / New Media
- Anna Giatti, italy, Paolo Brenni, Italy, Antonio Chiavacci, Italy, Sara Zunino, Italy

Storytelling of a coin collection by means of RTI images: the case of the Simoneschi collection in Palazzo Blu
- Gianpaolo Palma, Italy

The Voices of Science – Archives talk
- Paolo Cavallotti, Italia

Immersive storytelling to narrate an artwork and its renascence: the real-life experience of the Simone Martini's polyptych
- Chiara Evangelista, Italy/Norway, Chiara Evangelista, Italy/Norway

Time Lapse: Creating an Online Visual History of the World
- Graham Watts, United Kingdom

Creating a platform for navigating verbo-visual art collections
- Sara Tonelli, Italy, Rachele Sprugnoli, Italy

Museo Galileo's integrated digital library. The Galileothek@ model
- Iolanda Rolfo, Italy

From Fundraising to the Promotion of the GLAM institution : experiences of the Bosniac Institute - Adil Zulfikarpasic Foundation
- Narcisa Puljek-Bubric, Bosnia and Herzegovina

AT THE MUSEUM WITH...NARRATED HERITAGE FOR WELCOMING MUSEUMS. AN EXPERIENCE OF STORYTELLING FOR A SHARED HERITAGE
- Rosa Anna Di Lella, Italy

Museums presenting past through digital technologies: MAV (Museo Archeologico Virtuale) of Ercolano and Site-Museum of Pont du Gard cases-study
- Paola La Scala, Italy

Multimedia communication for a restoration: Leonardo da Vinci painter in Milan
- Michela Negrini, italy, Nicoletta Di Blas, Italy

9:30am - 10:30am
Forum 1
Franco Niccolucci moderates a panel discussion with Agnes Alfandari (Louvre, Parigi), Alberto Del Bimbo (Università di Firenze), Daria Hookk (State Ermitage Museum), and Alain Dupuy (Innovision).

Chair: Franco Niccolucci

9:30am - 10:30am
La Sala dei Duecento How-to 3D
With participation from Miriam Langer (New Mexico Highlands University) and Rocco Furferi (T-Vedo project).

Chair: Liz Neely

10:30am - 12:00pm
Papers 5: Learning
Chair: Arturo Colorado Castellary

The effects of learning style on user reactions to museum websites
- Helen Petrie, UK

Developing immersive learning environments for social inclusion: findings from a case study research
- stefania savva, Cyprus

Storytelling, learning and adaptivity: a difficult mixing
- Isabelle Astic, France

Sharing and reuse of museum objects in learning environments
- Vincenza Ferrara, Italy, Andrea Macchia, Italy, Sonia Sapia, Italy, Francesco Lella, Italy, Francesco Lella, Italy

10:30am - 12:00pm
Papers 6: 3D
Chair: Alain Dupuy

An advanced Solution for Publishing 3D Content on the Web
- Massimiliano Corsini, Italy, Massimiliano Corsini, Italy

The Gustave Baumann Marionettes- Surfacing a Rare Collection through Interaction
- Miriam Langer, USA

STAM – Ghent City Museum
- Frederik Verstraete, Belgium

12:00pm - 1:30pm
Papers 7: Storytelling and Transmedia
Chair: massimo negri

Digital storytelling for DCH – Innovative tools and services
- Julien Brouillard, France

Emergent Storytelling: Interactive Transmedia Installation for Digital Cultural Heritage
- Vibeke Sorensen, Singapore

Transmedia storytelling and cultural heritage interpretation : the CULTE project
- Candice Chenu, France, Isabelle Astic, France, Vincent Roirand, France

A framework for multipurpose content development
- Michela Negrini, italy, Paolo Paolini, Italy

12:00pm - 1:30pm
Papers 8: Crowdsourcing
Chair: Nancy Proctor

Crowdsourcing descriptions of images on museum websites for visually impaired visitors: developing guidelines and examples of good practice
- Helen Petrie, UK

Participatory Research, Social Media, Mobile Apps and the Will to Adorn
- Diana Baird N'Diaye, United States of America

homm-sw: digital storytelling to value tangible and intangible heritage
- Margherita Russo, Italy

1:30pm - 2:30pm
Sala d'Arme Lunch
2:30pm - 6:30pm
Demonstrations Day 2: Afternoon
Demonstration videos and posters will be available all morning. Demonstrators will also be present in the Demonstration Hall (Sala d’Arme) during the coffee break from 16:00-17:00.

The "Human Sanctuary" movie a gateway to encyclopedic knowledge on the Dead Sea Scrolls
- Sorin Hermon, Cyprus, Susan Hazan, Israel

MUBIL: A Digital Library
- Marina Belli, Italy

The art and science square: Piazza S. Marco in Florence - Pioneers and educational institutions in 19th-century Florence
- Federica Riva, Italy

Old instruments / New Media
- Anna Giatti, italy, Paolo Brenni, Italy, Antonio Chiavacci, Italy, Sara Zunino, Italy

Storytelling of a coin collection by means of RTI images: the case of the Simoneschi collection in Palazzo Blu
- Gianpaolo Palma, Italy

The Voices of Science – Archives talk
- Paolo Cavallotti, Italia

Immersive storytelling to narrate an artwork and its renascence: the real-life experience of the Simone Martini's polyptych
- Chiara Evangelista, Italy/Norway, Chiara Evangelista, Italy/Norway

Time Lapse: Creating an Online Visual History of the World
- Graham Watts, United Kingdom

Creating a platform for navigating verbo-visual art collections
- Sara Tonelli, Italy, Rachele Sprugnoli, Italy

Museo Galileo's integrated digital library. The Galileothek@ model
- Iolanda Rolfo, Italy

From Fundraising to the Promotion of the GLAM institution : experiences of the Bosniac Institute - Adil Zulfikarpasic Foundation
- Narcisa Puljek-Bubric, Bosnia and Herzegovina

AT THE MUSEUM WITH...NARRATED HERITAGE FOR WELCOMING MUSEUMS. AN EXPERIENCE OF STORYTELLING FOR A SHARED HERITAGE
- Rosa Anna Di Lella, Italy

Museums presenting past through digital technologies: MAV (Museo Archeologico Virtuale) of Ercolano and Site-Museum of Pont du Gard cases-study
- Paola La Scala, Italy

Multimedia communication for a restoration: Leonardo da Vinci painter in Milan
- Michela Negrini, italy, Nicoletta Di Blas, Italy

3:00pm - 4:00pm
Forum 2
Antonio Gomez da Costa (ECSITE) moderates a panel discussion with Luca Toschi (Università di Firenze), Arturo Colorado Castellary (Museum I+D+C), Paolo Paolini (HOC Lab), Paolo Galluzzi (Museo Galileo), and Nao Hayashi (UNESCO).

Chair: Antonio Gomes da Costa

3:00pm - 4:00pm
La Sala dei Duecento How-to Google Glass
With participation from Valerio Saffirio (Google Glass for Italian Sign Language LIS).

Chair: Neal Stimler

4:00pm - 5:00pm
Sala d'Arme Coffee
5:00pm - 6:30pm
Mobile Best Practice Parade
Chair: Paula Summa

Opening the Door to Mobile
- Alex Palin, The Netherlands, Alex Tourski, The Netherlands

Nextome - Indoor navigation system
- Domenico Colucci, Italy, Vincenzo Dentamaro, Italy

Storytelling, Gamification, Interactivity: a new Museum Experience
- Davide Pantile, Italy, Giovanni Verreschi, Italia, Roberto Frasca, Italia, Matteo Ventrella, Italia, Emanuele Di Rosa, Italia

Fabrica Ludens
- Marco Volani, Italia

6:30pm - 8:30pm
Visit to Museo Ferragamo
By reservation.

Friday, February 21, 2014
9:30am - 12:00pm
Masterclass 1: People, Places and Things
With Stefania Chipa, Alexandra Korey, and Martha Ladly.

9:30am - 12:00pm
Masterclass 2: How to develop a mobile tour
With James Bradburne, Nancy Proctor, and Ilaria D’Uva.

9:30am - 12:00pm
Masterclass 5: How to Communicate Science
With Filippo Camerota, Michele Lanzinger and Dave Patten.

12:00pm - 1:00pm
Tour 1: Museo Archeologico
With Carlotta Cianferoni.
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Tour 2: Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore
With Mons. Timothy Verdon.

12:00pm - 1:00pm
Tour 3: Museo di Storia Naturale
With Guido Chelazzi.

3:00pm - 5:30pm
Masterclass 4: How to tell a story through Graphic Novels
With Frank Espinosa (Zum Zum iBooks), Giuseppe de Micheli (Opera di Santa Croce), Stefania Ricci (Museo Ferragamo) and Vanessa Petrucci (Scuola Internazionale di Comics).

3:00pm - 5:30pm
Masterclass 5: Relevant Forever: Business models and (digital) tools for sustainability
How to engage your audience and stakeholders with innovative value creation and use tools like BSUR-concepting and blue ocean strategy for developing new propositions, products and (paying) audiences.

E30 Foundation created this workshop based on best practices and research


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Fonte: MW Florence 2014 (http://mwf2014.museumsandtheweb.com)

 

 

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