Digital Tech, Young People & Heritage Conference
Venue: Ulster Museum, Belfast
Featuring input and contributions from a range of leading digital, cultural and heritage practicioners from across the UK through Keynote presentations and case study presentations along with expert panel discussions.
The event will explore how creativity and digital technologies, including 3D printing, filmmaking and virtual reality, can be used as tools to engage young people with cultural and museum heritage.
There will be opportunities to get hands on with new and emerging digital technologies as well as networking opportunities.
Full programme will be announced soon.
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Mark Miler (Young People' Programmes, Tate Britain)
Dan Tucker (Curator, Alternative Realities)
Holly Gramazio (Matheson Marcault)
Charlie Cattel-Killick (Museum in a Box)
Catherine Spencer (HMS Caroline)
John Peto (Fab Lab)
Phil Morrow (Retinize)
The conference is being organised as part of the Reimagine, Remake, Replay project delivered by the Nerve Centre, National Musuems Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Museums Council and Northern Ireland Screen. The project is funded by Heritage Lottery Fund's Kick The Dust programme.