Online Session 3: Datathon

Forecasting local impacts of travelling exhibitions

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Datathon: Forecasting local impacts of travelling exhibitions

Date: 1 June 2022 (Wednesday)

Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM UTC+1 | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM SGT | 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM UTC+11

Virtual Co-Host

The World Cities Culture Forum (WCCF), which BOP convenes, provides a way for policy makers in 38 key cities to share research and intelligence, and explore the vital role of culture in their future prosperity.  Forum partners collaborate via a programme of events including themed symposia, regional summits and workshops. These events feed into the annual World Cities Culture Summit. Hosted on a rotating basis by partner cities, this unique gathering allows city leaders to share ideas and knowledge about the role of culture as an organising principle for the sustainable city of the future.

 

Demo Panel: Mapping Wonderland exhibition
Australian Center for the Moving Image  

The panel will present the mapping framework and results of measuring and predicting impacts of the Wonderland exhibition, created by the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI). It will share insights from ACMI and hosting museums in New Zealand and Singapore  to complement data mapping with some illuminating stories about Wonderland's audiences, reception, and impact in different countries.  

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Chris Harris
Director of Exhibitions and Touring at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image
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Samuele De Stefani

Head of Audience Insights

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

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Tim Heptner
Museum and Exhibition Project Manager at the Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum in Frankfurt am Main
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Vera Thomas 
Exhibition Coordinator at the Deutsche Kinemathek in Berlin

Demo Panel: Mapping Superbugs exhibition
Science Museum Group 

The panel will present the Local Engagement Layer of Data To Power prototype, designed in collaboration with Science Museum Group by mapping its Superbugs exhibition, that traveled before and during the pandemic crisis to many countries, including Argentina, India, and China. It will bring some of the hosting museums' representatives together to discuss the results of the mapping and share their stories behind the exhibition impacts in local contexts. 

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Guadalupe Díaz Costanzo
 Director of Museums, Exhibitions and Fairs of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation of Argentina
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Helen Jones
Director of Global Engagement and Strategy, Science Museum Group
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Samarendra Kumar
Director of the National Council of Science Museums in India

Interactive Discussion Forum 

The Discussion Forum will focus on current institutional strategies and practices to explore how different museums determine hosting places and institutions for their international exhibitions, what factors they consider in their decision-making process and how AI and machine learning or data-intensive approaches could automate and aid the processes.

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Corrado Canonici
CEO and founder of World Touring Exhibitions 
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Dana Andrew

Museum Consultant

Touring exhibitions & International Programs

Michelle Newton

Deputy Director at Artspace

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Olivia Welch

Exhibitions Manager, Museums & Galleries of NSW