How will the future transform the past?
Digital technologies are transforming the ways in which we experience, encounter, and preserve the past. And in the future, today's world will be understood as a result of how we imagine and curate the contents of this digital revolution. This seminar series showcases leading researchers at the University of Melbourne who, with partners in the museum, arts and cultural sector, are pushing the boundaries of what constitutes digital heritage.
This series was held fortnightly in semester two 2018. View the videos of the seminars below
Ghost signs: Digitising street art
Prof Robyn Sloggett & Dr Lachlan McDowall Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation
New imaginaries of digital heritage space
Dr Liz Stainforth Visiting Fellow from the University of Leeds
Creating a short film digital archive
Donna HenslerVictorian College of the Arts
Re-photography as a tool for citizen heritage
Professor Hannah LewiFaculty of Architecture, Building and Planning
Digital environments of Indigenous song
Dr Sally Treloyn Faculty of Fine Arts and Music
Digital interactions in cultural materials conservation
Dr Nicole Tse Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation
Digital Heritage Workshop
Panel discussions asking: what is required for a career in digital heritage now and into the future?