The Virtual and the Real

Accessing, Analysing and Displaying Cultural Assets




Registration required!

The drone-based digitization of archaeological sites, the visual restoration of fragmented objects, or the interactive visualization of past conditions in visual exhibitions – there is no doubt that digital technologies open up new possibilities for both museum professionals as well as the public. In a series of short lectures, project presentations and talks with experts, we would like to discuss how much awareness there is among museum executives of the benefits of digital technologies in the areas of documentation, restoration, and communication. What is the cost-benefit ratio? How can the enormous amount of data generated be stored and managed in a sustainable way? What do visitors like most about the cultural heritage’s new accessibility thanks to digital infrastructures and applications? What perspectives are there for museum work in the areas of safeguarding, accessibility and contemporary presentation?






Graz (A)



180 €, reduced price 150 €


Registration and info
Museumsakademie Joanneum
T +43 (0) 316/8017-9805, Fax -9808


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Museumsakademie Joanneum

Sackstraße 16
8010 Graz, Österreich
T +43-664/8017-9537