Shaping Access! – More Responsibility for Cultural Heritage 6th International Conference 17. & 18. November 2016 at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin

The digitization of cultural heritage has made great progress in recent years. However, given the rapid technological development of electronic media, the project orientation of cultural promotion and the volatility of digital communication, questions of sustainability are becoming increasingly important.

The related aspects will be discussed on the 6th international conference on the 17th and 18th of November 2016.

Programme

Thursday, 17th November 2016

9.00 Registration

10.00 Opening and Introduction
with Prof. Dr. Hermann Parzinger (President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation), Prof. Dr. Christoph Wulf (Vice President of the German UNESCO-Commission), Dr. Paul Klimpel (Head of Conference) and Prof. Dr. Reinhard Förtsch (IT Director of the German Archaeological Institute)

10.50 Political framework and sustainability
with Siegmund Ehrmann MP (Chairman of the German Parliamentary Commitee on Culture and the Media, Andrus Ansip (Vice President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for the Digital Single Market) and Joyce Ray (Johns Hopkins University)

12.00 Lunch break

13.00 Legal framework ans sustainability
with Julia Reda MEP (Rapporteur for the evaluation of the implementation of the Copyright Directive from 2001) and Dr. Matthias Schmid (Head of Copyright in the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, requested)

14.15 Participation and sustainability
Geolina163 (Wikipedia author), Barbara Thiele (Project manager “Topography of Jewish life in Germany”, Jewish Museum Berlin), Stefanie Schulte-Strathaus (Co-Director Arsenal – Institute for Film and Videoart e.V.), Lydia Pintscher (Community manager and product manager Wikidata) and Barbara Fischer (Curator at Wikimedia Germany)

16.00 Coffee break and transfer to the Cinema Arsenal at Potsdamer Platz

17.00 Between vinegar syndrome and digital nirvana – Film heritage today
“The aging of new media and the art of preservation” – a ZKM (Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe) workshop report followed by a snack break and the film “Cinema Futures” – by Michael Palm, subsequent panel discussion with Dr. Michael Hollmann (President of the German Federal Archives), Prof. Dr. Klaus Kreimeier (Media scholar), Prof. Peter Weibel, Head of ZKM (Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe) and Prof. Dr. Barbara Flückiger (University of Zurich)

21.00 Evening reception


Friday, 18th November 2016

9.00 Registration

9.30 Innovation and sustainability
Prof. Dr. Fritz Reusswig (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research), Dr. Robert Kaltenbrunner (Federal Institute for Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development) and Jürgen Keiper (Photographer, IT projects Deutsche Kinemathek)

10.40 Sustainability and access
Dr. Helge David (Initiator Open Museum), Prof. Dr. Alfred Wieczorek (Director General Reiss-Engelhorn-Museums), Prof. Dr. Hubertus Kohle (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich), Reinhard Altenhöner (Permanent Representative of the Director General of the Berlin State Library), Tim Moritz Hector (Chairman of the Executive Commitee of Wikimedia Germany)

11.40 Coffee break

12.00 Gateway into the future – Norms and standards
Frank Frischmuth (Managing Director of the German Digital Library), Dr. Till Kreutzer (ifrOSS Institute for Legal Questions on Free and Open Source Software), Renate Behrens and Stephanie Jacobs (German National Libary), Oliver Götze and Wolfgang Krauth (State Archive of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Archivportal-D) and Axel Ermert (Institute for Museum Research – Prussian Cultural Heritage)

13.00 Lunch break

14.00 Who archives the internet?
Dr. Elisabeth Niggemann (Director General of the German National Libary), Alexis Rossi (Director of Media & Access at Internet Archive), Bert Wendland (French National Libary), Dr. Jan Schallaböck (Lawyer at iRights.Law), Prof. Dr. Leonhard Dobusch (University of Innsbruck)

15.30 Coffee break

15.50 Digression to post digital regeneration strategies of museums in the 21st century
Dr. Mirjam Wenzel, Director of the Jewish Museum Frankfurt

16.20 Sustainability and financing
Prof. Tim Renner (State Secretary for Cultural Affairs Berlin), Sabine Kurtz MdL (Speaker on cultural policy and development of the parliamentary party CDU Baden-Wuerttemberg), Dr. Carsten Brosda (State Council of the Cultural Departement Hamburg) and Börries von Notz (Sole Director Historic Museums Hamburg Foundation)

17.30 Get together with wine and pretzels


 

The 6th international conference „Shaping Access!“ is presented in 2016 by:

Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Arsenal – Institute für Film und Videokunst e.V., Bundesarchiv, Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek, DigiS – Servicestelle Digitalisierung Berlin, Deutsche National Bibliothek, Internet & Gesellschaft Collaboratory, iRights.info, Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt, Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg, Wikimedia Deutschland, ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien

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