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Small measures
Great impact
The experience of
opening up at SMK
Open Culture, London, July 2nd 2013
Merete Sanderhoff
slid...
OpenGLAM gaining ground
Obligation to take leadership
Situation
Massive funding for digital
Explorative strategy
Trial & error
Breakwater for the Danish museum
community
Enabler
Incentive
SMK + Google Art Project = PPP
Free for ALL*
*http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Case_Studies/Highlig
hts_from_SMK,...
Proportions
260,000 artworks in collections
Approx. 2/3 in the Public Domain
160 open images
Small measures
Rijksmuseum 111,000
Royal Armoury Skokloster 90,000
NGA Images 30,000
SMK 160*
* Approximate numbers from
h...
Think Big
Start Small
Move Fast*
* Michael Edson, Director of Web and New Media Strategy, Smithsonian Institution
Shared mobile
museum platform*
”All images in the Public Domain
must be freely reusable”
* http://pro.europeana.eu/pro-blo...
Public reuse
Metro fence #01
Analog mashup
Metro fence #02
Digital mashup
160 images
Partnerships with Danish school sector
Open Collections list
Europeana Network member
OpenGLAM Advisory Board
G...
544 Wikipedia
pages in 27
languages*
* Open Images http://www.openimages.eu/blog/2013/02/20/impact-metrics-increase-in-rea...
Perspectives
Changing perception of museums
More Danish museums using CC
Collaborating to change copyright
Providing more ...
Change drivers
Dedicated research
Best practices of peers*
Trusted external advisors
Pilot project results
* Kristin Kelly...
What we need now
Digital infrastructure braided into everything we do*
Digital a powerful tool to achieve our mission, not...
The will to open up and share
has been built
List of artworks
1. Johan Thomas Lundbye (1818-48), A Danish Coast. View from Kitnæs by the Roskilde Fjord,
1843. KMS412
2...
Small Measures, Great Impact. Open Culture, London 2013
Small Measures, Great Impact. Open Culture, London 2013
Small Measures, Great Impact. Open Culture, London 2013
Small Measures, Great Impact. Open Culture, London 2013
Small Measures, Great Impact. Open Culture, London 2013
Small Measures, Great Impact. Open Culture, London 2013
Small Measures, Great Impact. Open Culture, London 2013
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Presentation for the Open Culture conference, in the session "The Digital Transformation" together with Beth Harris and Steven Zucker, SmartHistory, and chaired by Mia Ridge.
Organized by Collections Trust.
Kia Oval, London, July 2nd 2013.

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Small Measures, Great Impact. Open Culture, London 2013

  1. 1. Small measures Great impact The experience of opening up at SMK Open Culture, London, July 2nd 2013 Merete Sanderhoff slideshare.net/MereteSanderhoff merete.sanderhoff@smk.dk @MSanderhoff
  2. 2. OpenGLAM gaining ground Obligation to take leadership Situation
  3. 3. Massive funding for digital Explorative strategy Trial & error Breakwater for the Danish museum community Enabler
  4. 4. Incentive SMK + Google Art Project = PPP Free for ALL* *http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Case_Studies/Highlig hts_from_SMK,_The_National_Gallery_of_Denmark
  5. 5. Proportions 260,000 artworks in collections Approx. 2/3 in the Public Domain 160 open images
  6. 6. Small measures Rijksmuseum 111,000 Royal Armoury Skokloster 90,000 NGA Images 30,000 SMK 160* * Approximate numbers from http://openglam.org/open-collections/
  7. 7. Think Big Start Small Move Fast* * Michael Edson, Director of Web and New Media Strategy, Smithsonian Institution
  8. 8. Shared mobile museum platform* ”All images in the Public Domain must be freely reusable” * http://pro.europeana.eu/pro-blog/-/blogs/1640887
  9. 9. Public reuse
  10. 10. Metro fence #01 Analog mashup
  11. 11. Metro fence #02 Digital mashup
  12. 12. 160 images Partnerships with Danish school sector Open Collections list Europeana Network member OpenGLAM Advisory Board Great impact
  13. 13. 544 Wikipedia pages in 27 languages* * Open Images http://www.openimages.eu/blog/2013/02/20/impact-metrics-increase-in-reach-and-reuse-of-open-images/
  14. 14. Perspectives Changing perception of museums More Danish museums using CC Collaborating to change copyright Providing more open images for the public
  15. 15. Change drivers Dedicated research Best practices of peers* Trusted external advisors Pilot project results * Kristin Kelly, Mellon report 2013 http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub157
  16. 16. What we need now Digital infrastructure braided into everything we do* Digital a powerful tool to achieve our mission, not an end in itself Locomotive for Danish museum community * Tate digital strategy 2013-15 http://www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/tate-digital-strategy-2013-15-digital-dimension-everything
  17. 17. The will to open up and share has been built
  18. 18. List of artworks 1. Johan Thomas Lundbye (1818-48), A Danish Coast. View from Kitnæs by the Roskilde Fjord, 1843. KMS412 2. Cornelius Norbertus Gijsbrechts (c. 1610-after 1675), Trompe l'oeil. The Reverse of a Framed Painting, 1670. kms1989 3. Wilhelm Bendz (1804-28), A Young Artist (Ditlev Blunck) Examining a Sketch in a Mirror, 1826. kms280 4. Andrea Mantegna (1430/31-1506), Christ as the Suffering Redeemer, 1495-1500. KMSsp69 5. Peder Severin Krøyer (1851-1909), Boys Bathing at Skagen. Summer Evening, 1899. KMS1658 6. Pieter Aertsen (1507/1508-75), The Fat Kitchen. An Allegory. KMSsp339 7. Jens Juel (1745-1802), Running boy. Marcus Holst von Schmidten, 1802. KMS3635 8. Constantin Hansen, A Group of Danish Artists in Rome, 1837. kms3236 9. Peter Hansen (1868-1928), Playing Children, Enghave Square, 1907-08. kms2075 10. C.W. Eckersberg (1783-1853), A View through Three of the North-Western Arches of the Third Storey of the Coliseum in Rome, 1815 or 1816. KMS3123 11. Hans Holbein the Elder (c. 1465-1524), Head of a Crossbowman, c. 1516. KKSgb2989 12. Johannes Simon Holtzbecker (1610/20-1670), Flower Garland, Gottorfer Codex, 1649-1659, KKSgb2947/1 13. Theodor Philipsen (1840-1920), Long Shadows. Cattle on the Island of Saltholm, c. 1890. KMS3334 14. Vilhelm Hammershøi (1864-1916), The Buildings of the Asiatic Company, seen from St. Annæ Gade, 1902. KMS6657 http://www.smk.dk/en/explore-the-art/the-royal-collections/free-download-of-artworks/

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