Data related to cultural archiving, as well as content itself, is increasingly made available through open formats and licenses. This gives opportunities for growing engagement from the public. However, the open data landscape is complex, involving cultural, critical, political, and technical aspects, which need further exploration.
The Living Archives project at Malmö University invites you to take part in an all day seminar to explore these topics. The day begins with presentations by both invited speakers and researchers in the project. The afternoon continues with breakout discussions on topics related to open data and cultural archiving, such as Augmented Reality, Life-Logging, and Urban Gardening/Farming.
Time: March 26, 9:30-15:00 (talks start at 10:00)
Place: Medea, Malmö University (map)
For full program and how to sign up, see the Living Archives website.