Book Launch: “New Digital Practices in GLAM and Heritage”
Japanese Room, Melbourne School of Design
Glyn Davis Building
The University of Melbourne
Commencing after ACAHUCH's annual symposium for 2020, After-Life: the digital future of visual history archives , please join us in the Japanese Room and Terrace, Level 4 Melbourne School of Design, for the launch of The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites , edited by ACAHUCH director Professor Hannah Lewi, along with Wally Smith, Dirk vom Lehn, and Steven Cooke.
Drinks and canapes will be provided. Please note, if you have registered for the Symposium you do not need to register for this Event. Event registration can be found here.
The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites
Edited by Hannah Lewi, Wally Smith, Dirk vom Lehn, Steven Cooke
The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites presents a fascinating picture of the ways in which today's cultural institutions are undergoing a transformation through innovative applications of digital technology.
With a strong focus on digital design practice, the volume captures the vital discourse between curators, exhibition designers, historians, heritage practitioners, technologists and interaction designers from around the world. Contributors interrogate how their projects are extending the traditional reach and engagement of institutions through digital designs that reconfigure the interplay between collections, public knowledge and civic society.
Bringing together the experiences of some of today’s most innovative cultural institutions and thinkers, the Handbook provides refreshingly new ideas and directions for the exciting digital challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. As such, it should be essential reading for academics, students, designers and professionals interested in the production of culture in the post-digital age