Digital Delights (and occasional chaos)
Join AMaGA’s Museum Technology network and a panel of professionals for a webinar on creative digital content.
Digital communication has never been more important for cultural organisations. In this webinar, we'll hear from three experts who led digital projects while doors were closed to visitors. Each speaker will introduce their project and address:
- What was the challenge?
- How did we respond?
- Was it successful?
- What have we learned/changed?
Jonny Brownbill works at Museum Victoria, Australia's largest public museum organisation. There he plans and delivers all manner of online projects for four museum venues. Current activity includes developing an online strand of the organisation's digital strategy, bringing together content strategy, audience development, smart systems and multi-platform delivery.
Dr Stephanie Smith is the Manager of Learning at the Museum of Australian Democracy, Canberra. She has experience working in primary classrooms and a variety of cultural institutions across the country. She is passionate about incorporating authentic student voice into classrooms, community and our democracy, specifically through grassroots initiatives, use of digital technologies and engaging online resources. She has extensive experience creating and delivering online professional development to support teachers. Stephanie is currently exploring new workshop opportunities in the digital space and podcasts.
Robert Bunzli is the Manager of Digital Learning Programs at National Portrait Gallery, Canberra. Robert joined the Learning and Digital teams at the Portrait Gallery just in time for the COVID shutdowns, and contributed to the Gallery’s digital responses and the ongoing adjustments in programming. He previously initiated digital education programs at Questacon and the National Museum of Australia. His particular interest is live presentation via video platforms, and enhancing interactivity and engagement with virtual audiences.
Wednesday 16th June 2021
3 – 4 PM AEST (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane)
1 – 2 PM AWST (Perth)
2.30 – 3.30 PM ACST (Adelaide, Darwin)
COST (Including recording and resources)
Everyone who registers will receive a copy of the webinar. The webinar will also be available to purchase later. For past webinars please see here
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Please note for bulk registrations or larger organisations who wish to register, please contact the AMaGA National Office on 02 6230 0346.