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Keynote given at Taiwan's International Conference on Museums and Cultural Democracy, 7 October 2022
https://museum-conference.nstm.gov.tw/2022/En/

Full title:
Open Access is just the first step
How to build relevance and democratic engagement with cultural heritage

Keynote given at Taiwan's International Conference on Museums and Cultural Democracy, 7 October 2022
https://museum-conference.nstm.gov.tw/2022/En/

Full title:
Open Access is just the first step
How to build relevance and democratic engagement with cultural heritage

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  1. 1. msa@smk.dk @msanderhoff Open Access is just the first step How to build relevance and democratic engagement with open cultural heritage Museums for Cultural Democracy, Taiwan 6 October 2022
  2. 2. National Gallery of Denmark Western art from 1300 to present day 260,000 artworks 66 % in public domain
  3. 3. We want to be a catalyst of users’ creativity SMK’s first digital strategy 2008
  4. 4. smk.dk/en/section/about-smk/ Democratization
  5. 5. “Being the national gallery and main art museum in Denmark , SMK carries an important responsibility towards the entire country and beyond. The vast collection of 700 years of art is common national property and ideally, everyone who lives in Denmark share a sense of ownership to this unique cultural heritage. “
  6. 6. “Our work is based on the conviction that the artworks in our rich collection has a role to play in the society that surrounds us, through its ability to deepen our understanding of the world, its peoples and histories. We believe that the development museums have undergone in the past decades holds the key to engage far more, and more diverse people than we reach today. “
  7. 7. The museum as a platform for cultural democracy Our online collection is a key resource open.smk.dk
  8. 8. + 38,000 images and scans
  9. 9. douglasmccarthy.com/projects/open-glam-survey/ ://
  10. 10. +1,400 OpenGLAMs worldwide douglasmccarthy.com/projects/open-glam-survey/ ://
  11. 11. Facilitating diverse users’ needs
  12. 12. SMK KOM Community of people from all over the world who want to learn Danish or help others practice their language skills Weekly meetups at the museum since 2017-22, online during Covid19 lockdowns Conversations centered around ‘the common third’ – the art
  13. 13. SMK Fridays Monthly evening events Free entrance for all Turn the museum into an experimental cross-cultural lab
  14. 14. Collage workshop at SMK Fridays November 2019
  15. 15. We at SMK Online forum for young people with cancer Creative exercises based in SMK artworks Sharing experiences based in the common third Partnership with PS! - a writers school for mentally vulnerable
  16. 16. Asger Jorn, modification of a drawing by Renoir, 1948-49, SMK “I experienced that there is a forum for people like me, and that you can use a museum in different ways. We at SMK made us get active.” Emma, participant
  17. 17. Art and Culture for All Creative workshop at summer camps for socially disadvantaged families Workshop and tour of SMK for the families Children’s Workshop in-a-bag to take home 150 children and their parents participated in 2021 Reaching families who don’t normally relate to museums
  18. 18. Young People’s Art Labs Community of young people Weekly meetups at SMK Creative interventions based in the collection
  19. 19. SKYEN Redesign of injection room in central Cph
  20. 20. Co-creation between art pilots and users of Skyen
  21. 21. From sterile anonymity to ownership and sensemaking with non-users of museums
  22. 22. Taboo workshop Make the invisible visible
  23. 23. >100 participants students 15-19 years
  24. 24. Workshop focus on dialogue, collaboration and process
  25. 25. Wiki Labs Culture Monthly meetups physical and virtual Co-creation of an open knowledge source Volunteers and heritage professionals collaborate as peers
  26. 26. The Hirschsprung Collection
  27. 27. SMK – Statens Museum for Kunst
  28. 28. Copenhagen City Archive
  29. 29. The Thorvaldsen Museum
  30. 30. The Danish Film Institute
  31. 31. +37 million page views per year
  32. 32. meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/FindingGLAMs/GLAM_statistics +140,000 GLAMs worldwide
  33. 33. gemaeldegalerie.skd.museum/ausstellungen/ vermeer-johannes-vermeers-dresdner-briefleserin -am-offenen-fenster-und-die-hollaendische -genremalerei-des-17-jahrhunderts/
  34. 34. gemaeldegalerie.skd.museum/ausstellungen/ vermeer-johannes-vermeers-dresdner-briefleserin -am-offenen-fenster-und-die-hollaendische -genremalerei-des-17-jahrhunderts/
  35. 35. de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Briefleserin_am_offenen_Fenster
  36. 36. How can we convince more museums to be platforms for cultural democracy?
  37. 37. Ethos of open smk.dk/en/section/about-smk/
  38. 38. Realities of digital rijksmuseum.nl/en/collection/SK-A-2344
  39. 39. Impact of open smk.dk/en/section/about-smk/
  40. 40. New obligations for GLAMs
  41. 41. nplusonemag.com/online-only/paper-monument/free-your-mind
  42. 42. Access = agency
  43. 43. ขอบคุณ msa@smk.dk @msanderhoff Museums for Cultural Democracy, Taiwan 6 October 2022

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