Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 328.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 08:26:20 +0100
From: Lily Diaz <email@example.com>
Subject: Culture heritage workshop at NIC2001
CULTURAL HERITAGE WORKSHOP, NOVEMBER 3, 2001 IN COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Title: Digital Communication of Cultural Heritage & International Project
When: At the NIC2001 conference from 31. October to 3. November.
Where: Bella Center - near Copenhagen airport and the city-centre.
We are pleased to invite you to a one-day combined workshop and network
session at Bella Center in Copenhagen. The workshop will focus on the
* Interactive digital communication of Cultural and Natural Heritage
* International project cooperation
* Professor Robert Stone
* Dr. Kim H. Veltman
OBJECTIVES OF THE WORKSHOP:
We hope to pull together first class exponents and key actors from various
Nordic and international sectors to explore opportunities to collaborate on
research and development in this area.
For more information about the workshop, please visit our section in the
NIC 2001 conference web site:
THEMES AND TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION:
* Trends and visions in use of VR and multimedia for exploring
* Digital Heritage as a turning point for cross-disciplinary communication.
* The potential of Digital Heritage in the future Media Picture.
* Cooperation and identification of common themes or interests.
"The Internet has provided us - the society - with an outstanding
opportunity and responsibility (!) to communicate Heritage on a
cross-cultural and global scale. How far are we? - what can we do better to
achieve a more widespread cross-cultural involvement in our cultural and
WHO WE ARE...
A network of professionals and idealists in the arts, humanities and
sciences, working in the area of digital Cultural / Natural Heritage, from
an arts and humanities perspective.
The workshop is organised as part of the Nordic Interactive Conference 2001
(<http://www.nic2001.org>http://www.nic2001.org). The workshop
) will feature presentations by two leading experts from the industry and
University of Art and Design Helsinki/UIAH
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