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19:00 — 20:30
Event access: Public
As networking institutions, museums around the world exchange knowledge about the objects they exhibit, preserve and research. Information is collected and stored in digital databases. What can we learn by researching this digital data? Using international examples from the past five years, Dr. Anne Luther provides an insight into the research, usage and visualisation of museum data and opens up new perspectives on objects and museum history.
The art advisor and curator Anne Luther will give the lecture in English.
August 11, 2020, 7:00 pm
The lecture will be presented online via zoom. Please register here for participation.