Reaching out to the world with open art collections

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Abstract

If museums were intended as places of learning, how will they adapt to an age where most learning takes place online? Merete Sanderhoff takes this challenge as a call for museums to adapt, by radically rethinking their relationship and attitude towards their own objects. Through opening up and sharing more broadly access to a collection – and the ideas and creativity contained within – museums will be able to remain vital centres of knowledge and cultural development in the 21st century.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCOPY CULTURE : Sharing in the Age of Digital Reproduction
EditorsBrendan Cormier
Number of pages10
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherV&A Publications
Publication date19 Jun 2018
Pages193-202
Commissioning bodyVictoria and Albert Museum
Publication statusPublished - 19 Jun 2018

Keywords

  • Reach
  • Digital copies
  • Digital reproduction
  • Cultural heritage
  • Art
  • Museums
  • UNESCO
  • V&A
  • Peri foundation
  • OpenGlam
  • Creative Commons
  • Europeana
  • Statens Museum for Kunst
  • Open art collections

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Merete Sanderhoff (Speaker)

8 Dec 2017

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Reproductions of Art and Cultural Heritage Roundtable

Merete Sanderhoff (Speaker)

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