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9.30- 10.00 Regisztráció,demok

10. 00-10.15 Megnyitó

10.15-11.15 Where the Dog Is Buried?  Curating Online and Offline Digital Content in Exhibition Spaces Alicja Knast (Muzeum  Śląskie, Katowice,  Lengyelország)  angol nyelvű előadása (előadás letöltése)

11.15-12.30  Hazai körkép 
moderátor: Ruttkay Zsófia (MOME TechLab)


12.30– 13.45 EBÉD – Anker KLub (menü itt)

14.00-15.15  A falakon túl – a történetek felől  
moderátor:  German Kinga (MOME Elméleti Intézet)

15.20-16.35 Kreatív szemmel  
moderátor:  Liptay Gabriella  (Design Terminál, Ferenczy múzeumi Centrum)

16.35-17.00 SZÜNET  -   DEMOK

17.00-18.15 Megújuló múzeumok a Ligetben 
moderátor:  Horn Márton (Liget Budapest)

A szekció a  Liget Budapest és a Design Terminál közös City of Design szakmai beszélgetés sorozatának is  része.

18.15-19.00  DEMOK, koccintás
EGÉSZ NAP: Projektek és technológiák bemutatója a Design Terminál galériáján
Hímzőgömb (Váczi Dániel), Dürer in Motion (Samu Bence), MOME TechLab projektek (Karasz Dániel), smARt est. 2015, Mozaik Kiadó, Locbee, …


Where the Dog Is Buried?  Curating Online and Offline Digital Content in Exhibition Spaces  - ABSTRACT
Rapid changes of our lifestyle and availability of resources are directly influencing museum visitors’ expectations. It should be pointed out that these factors have big impact on the way the content for exhibition spaces is curated and developed. The talk will be based on three capital investments in Polish museums’  permanent exhibition spaces, namely Chopin Museum in Warsaw (, Museum Polin ( and Muzeum Śląskie  in Katowice (  where digital and multimodal experience played important role both in storytelling and creating immersive environment.

How profoundly content development in museum spaces has to be bespoke? When strategy “fit for all” makes a bad exhibition and when it is just right? Is there any “golden mean” for proportion between digital objects and original ones?  The topic is widely discussed but conclusions are mostly based on intuition and individual perception of a researcher or a stakeholder. Is there any way to measure whether digital content and digital media are efficient and fulfill the task?


Alicja Knast - BIO
Musicologist, manager and curator, specializing in museum development. Director of Muzeum Śląskie in Katowice and Muzeum Górnośląskie in Bytom. Formerly CEO of the Core Exhibition at POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw and curator of Chopin Museum in Warsaw and Żelazowa Wola. She lectured at London Metropolitan University and worked as researcher at University of Plymouth, UK. Member of ICOM, Museums Association UK, Higher Education Academy UK. Her publications are focused on organology, implicit learning, museums management and psychology of music.