28–29.11.2019
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
REGISTRATION

Programme

Morning

08:15
Registration

09:15
Thematic Session 3 - Museum and Strategic Development
Cultural development today goes hand in hand with its two economic drivers -- a globalised art market and a vibrant cultural tourism industry. To define and negotiate its place within complex geopolitical histories alongside an international mandate, museum is in search of innovative strategies to grant itself wider agency.
Speakers

Nadja RACE
British Museum (United Kingdom)
Topic: International Engagement

Grazia QUARONI
Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris (France)
Topic: Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain: a Programme and a Collection on the Move

Jay LEVENSON
The Museum of Modern Art (United States)
Topic: Expanding the Modern: International Research Strategies at MoMA

Parallel Session 3A - The Hybridity of Practices in the Cultural Ecosystem
Adopting practices from different professions and new approaches in the representation of art and ideology, museums are shaping the cultural ecosystem of the era.
Speakers

Manuel RABATÉ
Louvre Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates)
Topic: The Louvre Abu Dhabi, a New Universal Museum

Ruth BERSON
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (United States)
Topic: Inclusive Architecture: How Museum Buildings Should Engage in Civic Responsibility

Michaela PEJČOCHOVÁ
National Gallery Prague (Czech Republic)
Topic: Stones from Other Mountains: Exhibiting Asian Art in Central Europe, Past and Present

Parallel Session 3B - Transdisciplinary Practices of Business and Art
Museum operation and development is getting more entrepreneurial than before. New business model and practices inspire new institutional reinventions as much as a new set of values and ethics.
Speakers

Tim REEVE
Victoria and Albert Museum (United Kingdom)
Topic: The Evolution of the V&A to a Multi-Site Model: “All of this, for all of you”

Vanessa CHEUNG
Centre for Heritage, Art & Textile (Hong Kong, China)
Topic: Interweaving Art and Business: an Innovative Triple-pillar Model Reinvented by The Mills

Andrew DAVIES
AXA XL Insurance (United Kingdom)
Topic: Protecting the Future of the Past

Parallel Session 3C - Application of Technology in Art Interpretation
The application of advanced technology in the interpretation of museum artefacts creates new meaning as well as new experiences for the public.
Speakers

Jeffrey SHAW
City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong, China)
Topic: Digital Media and the Cultural Imaginary

Haida LIANG
Nottingham Trent University (United Kingdom)
Topic: The Era of Large-scale Non-invasive Investigation of Art

Kazumasa NONAKA
teamLab (Japan)
Topic: Art by teamLab

13:00
Lunch Break

Afternoon

14:15
Thematic Session 4 - Museum and Technology
Museums are exploring digital and mobile technologies to enhance visitors’ experience. Initiatives go beyond technology within exhibits and installations, but also include more common uses of tech to create interactive experiences for visitors throughout the museum as well as remote experiences for those who miss the chance of a physical visit.
Speakers

SU Bomin
Dunhuang Academy (China)
Topic: The Use of Internet of Things and Big Data Technologies in Support of the Preservation of the Mogao Caves

Austin NEVIN
University of Gothenburg (Sweden)
Topic: From Tutenkhakum to the Last Supper: Understanding Objects Through Research and Conservation in Museums

Ulrich KERNBACH
Deutsches Museum (Germany)
Topic: Reinventing the Deutsches Museum: Structured Diversity and Multi-Perspective Approach

Sebastian CHAN
Australian Centre for the Moving Image (Australia)
Topic: The Unfinished Business of Digital Transformation & Visitor-Centric Experience Design 

Closing
17:15
End of Summit
The programme is subject to change without prior notice.

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