The one-day CultureGeek Conference takes place at the Southbank Centre on 17 June 2015 with some inspiring speakers from across the cultural sector discussing how they use new digital technologies to engage, communicate, create and explore.
Join us and find out how digital developments have influenced and informed organisations across artforms including design, visual arts, museums and theatre and pick up some tips about what has been successful, what hasn’t and how other organisations have approached new methods of communications.
CultureGeek Conference Programme - 17 June at Southbank Centre
9.30am JiaJia Fei, Associate Director, Digital Marketing, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York - How to Speak Art & Tech: Social Media and the Global Guggenheim
10.30am Sarah Ellis, Head of Digital Development, Royal Shakespeare Company - Culture and imagination in a digital age – it’s ours to lose and it’s ours to lead
11.15am Rob Gethen Smith, Chief Information Officer, Southbank Centre: Open Everything
1.00pm Alice Rawsthorn,design critic and author of "Hello World: Where Design Meets Life" Me and My Instagram
1.45pm Conrad Bodman, Head of International Relationships, BFI: Digital Revolution – Exploring Digital Creativity
3.00pm Stella Wisdom, Digital Curator, The British Library: The British Library Ventures Off the Map
3.45pm Chris Michaels, Head of Digital and Publishing, The British Museum: Universal: Digital Transformation at The British Museum
4.30 Conference ends
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REFUND POLICY - full ticket refunds are available until 31 May. 50% of the ticket price will be refunded until 12 June, after this date refunds will not be available.