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Bildung and Building

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Keynote given in slightly varying versions at the following conferences:

1. "Bildung and Building"
Our Museum Summit 2017
Natural History Museum of Denmark
17 May 2017
http://www.sdu.dk/en/om_sdu/institutter_centre/voresmuseum/summit2017

2. "The Museum as Toolbox"
Open Data for Global Sustainability Goals
Universitá Bocconi, Milano
26 May 2017
https://www.unibocconi.eu/wps/wcm/connect/ev/Events/Bocconi+Events/Open+Data+for+Sustainable+Development+Goals

3. "Old Collections as Building Blocks for New Creativity"
We Are Museums
Art Academy of Latvia, Riga
12 June 2017
http://wearemuseums.com/wam17/

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  1. 1. CC BY-SA 4.0 Ida Tietgen Høyrup Merete Sanderhoff Curator / Senior Advisor slideshare.net/MereteSanderhoff @msanderhoff Our Museum 2017 Summit Museum of Natural History of Denmark 17 May 2017 Bildung and Building Can museums provide building blocks for Enlightenment in the 21st century?
  2. 2. Museums have always been places for inspiration, research, and learning http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/j/japanese-cloisonne-in-19th-century-literary-sources/
  3. 3. Today, this happens everywhere…
  4. 4. …often outside formal institutions
  5. 5. Galleries Libraries Archives Museums http://openglam.org/
  6. 6. Galleries Libraries Archives Museums http://openglam.org/ Open collections open up creativity and learning
  7. 7. Works that are in the Public Domain in analogue form continue to be in the Public Domain once they have been digitised. http://pro.europeana.eu/files/Europeana_Professional/Publications/Public%20Domain%20Charter%20-%20EN.pdf
  8. 8. https://twitter.com/PUBDOMAINHULK
  9. 9. Pioneers
  10. 10. https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/rijkss
  11. 11. Remix as a way to learn The action of actually working with an image, clipping it out and paying attention to the very small details, makes you remember it. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/29/arts/design/museums-mull-public-use-of-online-art-images.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 Taco Dibbits Director, Rijksmuseum
  12. 12. http://www.andrewlipson.com/lego.htm Digitised collections as building blocks
  13. 13. Maker Culture DIY, learning-by-doing, constructivist approach informal networks, cross-over between subjects
  14. 14. Maker culture has attracted the interest of educators concerned about students’ disengagement from STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in formal educational settings. Maker culture is seen as having the potential to contribute to a more participatory approach to learning and create new pathways into topics that will make them more alive and relevant to learners. Innovating Pedagogy, 2013 http://arcade.dewlines.org/tag/maker-culture/
  15. 15. http://stemtosteam.org/
  16. 16. Bildung ~ Building
  17. 17. With universal access to cultural heritage as raw materials for new creativity and innovation, Bildung becomes closely connected to Building.
  18. 18. Creating an understanding of the world and your own place in it becomes a product of active processing, adapting, rebuilding and repurposing.
  19. 19. The word Bildung is particularly apt in this context, since etymologically it is derived from the verb bilden (to form or create) which again originates from the noun Bild (image).
  20. 20. https://medium.com/code-words-technology-and-theory-in-the- museum/wanna-play-8f8e2e8cb2fe#.g41p8a4np
  21. 21. SMK’s first digital strategy, 2009 We want to be a catalyst for users’ creativity
  22. 22. collection.smk.dk
  23. 23. 25,000 images for free download
  24. 24. My First Wooden Toolbox, by Moulin Roty
  25. 25. CCBY 3.0 Frida Gregersen
  26. 26. CCBY 3.0 Frida Gregersen Open art can improve urban environments
  27. 27. CCBY 4.0 ULK
  28. 28. CCBY 4.0 ULK Open art can improve social conditions
  29. 29. Open art can fuel business development
  30. 30. Open art can fight fake news
  31. 31. We are all in the attention business, and we have to play to win. (...) To direct attention to the real knowledge that we produce, publishing our material online for free use and reuse is the first step. It is in keeping with our mission as educators that we have to fight back — and infuse this new ecosystem with all the antibodies we have in hand, especially facts and knowledge. Peter B. Kaufmann, In the Post-Truth Era, 2017 http://www.chronicle.com/article/In-the-Post-Truth-Era/239628 Peter B. Kaufman Intelligent Television
  32. 32. CC BY-SA 4.0 Ida Tietgen Høyrup Open art can improve access to knowledge
  33. 33. Artist of the month - before
  34. 34. Artist of the month - after
  35. 35. Open art can build communitites
  36. 36. SMK images got 33 million page views on Wikipedia in 2016
  37. 37. Open art can change museums from within CC BY-SA 4.0 Merete Sanderhoff
  38. 38. Filip Vest, 22 Skies CC BY-SA 4.0 Ida Tietgen Høyrup
  39. 39. Harald Slott-Møller, Danish landscape, 1891 Product of Public Domain
  40. 40. CC BY-SA 4.0 Ida Tietgen Høyrup
  41. 41. CC BY-SA 4.0 Ida Tietgen Høyrup Kati Hyyppä, As light goes by
  42. 42. Feedback from designer in Mix it up! CC BY-SA 4.0 Ida Tietgen Høyrup It is a giant toolbox with a fantastic amount of materials to work with.
  43. 43. I wish we would measure cultural heritage on learning and happiness. https://charlotteshj.dk/2016/05/26/gid-vi-maalte-kulturarv-paa-laering-og-lykke/ Charlotte S H Jensen State Arhives/National Museum
  44. 44. How can we assess the impact of open art? For education, for welfare, for society?
  45. 45. https://medium.com/@Hverwayen/the-impact-of-cultural-heritage-creating-a-common-language-28cba0e1af0b If you work in a purpose driven, non-profit organisation and more specifically in the digital Cultural Heritage sector, we share a problem: we should be feeling fine and dandy because we work for a great cause, but we have very few instruments at our disposal to assess the results of our actions and be happy about it. Harry Verwayen Deputy Director, Europeana
  46. 46. https://medium.com/@Hverwayen/the-impact-of-cultural-heritage-creating-a-common-language-28cba0e1af0b This leaves us in a very unsatisfying and vulnerable position: the work we do comes at a significant cost to society but we can’t systematically assess that it was worth it. Did it improve the way our children are educated? Did it result in a stronger, more cohesive society? Did it enable artists to create groundbreaking new creative works? What positive change in society have we contributed to? In one word: did we have impact? Harry Verwayen Deputy Director, Europeana
  47. 47. impkt.tools
  48. 48. As museums, we do not hold any patent on how cultural heritage can and should be interpreted and used. Our role is increasingly to facilitate the general public’s use of cultural heritage for learning, creativity and innovation. Today, the museum as a place of enlightenment is based on interaction. We are all part of this web. We enlighten each other. Mikkel Bogh Director, SMK http://www.smk.dk/en/explore-the-art/smk-blogs/artikel/mikkel-bogh-blogs-enlightenment-in-the-age-of-digitisation/
  49. 49. CC BY-SA 4.0 Ida Tietgen Høyrup Thank you. Our Museum 2017 Summit Museum of Natural History of Denmark 17 May 2017 Merete Sanderhoff Curator / Senior Advisor slideshare.net/MereteSanderhoff @msanderhoff

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