Tate Research Project Invitation: Cultural Value and the Digital20/05/2014
Cultural Value and the Digital: Practice, Policy and Theory
Tate Research would like to announce, and invite you to partake in, our new research project Cultural Value and the Digital: Practice, Policy and Theory, a collaborative and interdisciplinary research project (lead by Dr Victoria Walsh, Royal College of Art) between Tate, the Royal College of Art and London South Bank University – funded by AHRC’s Cultural Value strand.
Through a series of nine public workshops at Tate Britain, cumulating in a final conference at Tate Modern, the research project will explore how conceptions of cultural value are currently operating and can be examined in relationship to digital media and museums.
This research project focuses on Tate’s digital practices and policies as well as the practices of other UK and European museums that shape the contemporary production of culture; a context which is transformed or challenged by current digital technologies and networks.
We would like to invite you to attend our workshop sessions joining artists, curators, producers, museum professionals, academics and policy makers working in the field of digital technologies to discuss digital culture within the museum setting.
To find more about these sessions and to book your free place please click here. Please note that the first session in the series starts tomorrow afternoon (20 May, 14.30 – 17.00) and it will run until 7 July 2014. Places are limited so do book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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