Terrace Gallery, Museum of London, 12.45 - 14.00
In this free lunchtime talk we will explore how technology can help to expand our understanding and engagement with heritage. 2000 years of history in the City of London and Culture Mile mean that the area boasts a unique blend of ancient and modern. How can we best utilise existing and emerging technologies to engage people with this rich heritage through telling its stories in innovative ways, animating spaces, sharing archives and oﬀering exciting new experience.
12:45 Arrival / Sign-in
13:00 - 14:00 panel discussion, plus Q&A
Prof. Richard Koeck (CHAIR) - Director of CAVA, University of Liverpool
Wolfgang Wild - Director, Retronaut (www.retronaut.com)
Gerard North, Lead Partner – Public Sector at JCDecaux
Asif Khan, Architect at Asif Khan Ltd
Erin Walsh, Director of Market Opportunities, Connected Places Catapult
Foteini Aravani - Digital Curator (New Museum), Museum of London
There will be an opportunity for the audience to pose questions at the end of the panel.
As the talk takes place over lunchtime, do feel free to bring lunch with you. Light refreshments will be provided.