1) VIborgerne – We the citizens of Viborg – a participatory exhibition
Speaker: Anne-Mette Villumsen, director, The Skovgaard Musum
Process and outcome of a participatory exhibition that was meant to give rise to a discussion about the art museum’s role in the local community.
2) ”Folkemøde på Bornholm”
Speaker: Camilla Bøcher Roesen, DR Archive
DR wishes to explore a variation of possibilities for end-users to generate metadata for its programs. The upcoming event, “Folkemøde på Bornholm”, is an opportunity to meet the end-user and to get end-user tags – live, as we broadcast live.
3) ULK / Metrofences
Speaker: Emil Lüth, ULK (Young Peoples’ Art Labs)
Digitally “remixing’ and releasing 600 years of art history from the SMK collection, into works within the public space, beautifying the Metro fences at the construction site by Frederik’s Church in central Copenhagen, together with the citizens themselves.
Speaker: Daniel Gunnarsson, librarian and project manager of arkitekturbilleder.dk
The crowdsourcing project of arkitekturbilleder.dk, a picture database of Danish architecture, showcases the potential to run a crowdsourcing project with almost no fundings at all. Thoughts on challenges, possibilities, practice and methods – and how to keep the “crowd” motivated and stimulated to secure further contributions.
5) Let your fingers do the walking
Speaker: Peter Balch Berthelsen, exhibition designer, Moesgaard Museum
Working with specific groups of end-users such as the Danish Association of the Blind on creating a new tactile, auditive installation for the museum. The experience gave valuable insights on how much preparation the users need, when engaging in a completely new way of perceiving the past.