What is required for a career in digital heritage now and into the future?
Streamed live as part of the Digital Heritage Seminars series on 17 October 2018
Demarcations of time and space are becoming more fluid in the digital world, and our cultural heritage, once experienced as often static or distant, is progressively more interactive, immersive, and interlinked with the technologies that frame our everyday. As a result, the GLAM sector needs to engage audiences by making available expanding amounts of content in a wide range of digital environments. This digital transformation is remaking careers in the cultural sector.
This workshop, hosted by the Digital Studio, was an opportunity to interrogate what is required for a career in digital heritage now and into the future.
Digital Heritage Workshop GLAM Panel
What are the needs of the cultural industry for curation and management of digital heritage?
Chair: Professor Rachel Fensham, Assistant Dean, Digital Studio
- Seb Chan, Chief Experience Officer, ACMI
- Daniel Wilksch, Manager Digital Projects, Public Record Office Victoria
- Tim Sullivan, Digital GLAM Consultant, AARNet
(former Head of National Collection, Australian War Memorial)
Digital Heritage Workshop Graduate Panel
What are graduate attributes and pathways?
Chair: Dr Natalia Grincheva, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Research Unit of Public Cultures
- Dr Fiona Tweedie, Data Policy and Strategy Adviser, the University of Melbourne
- Travis Cox, Creative Developer, FGMNT
- Glen Walton, Artistic Director, Playable Streets