The Embassy of Italy in Vietnam organizes an international conference with leading experts from Italy, Vietnam and Austria.
To celebrate the 500th anniversary since Raphael’s death, the Embassy of Italy in Vietnam has brought to the Museum of Hanoi Magister Raffaello 2020, an innovative exhibition which presents the artworks of the great Renaissance master using cutting-edge digital technologies. To stimulate further debate on the impact of the digital transformation in the cultural sector the Embassy has invited leading experts from Italy, Vietnam and Austria to share best practices. The conference features case studies from a broad range of organisations, both public and private, from museums for contemporary art to ethnographic museums, from “technology museums” to cultural content producers, stressing the role of creativity as a strategic factor for sustainable urban development, a key concept also for the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
Jelena Jovanović, Head of Content and Editorial Strategy of Magister Art will give a presentation about “Research, Innovation, Communication: the Magister Method”.
Jelena Jovanović, Head of Content and Editorial Strategy of Magister Art, Italy
Andreas Bauer, Managing Director, Ars Electronica Center, Austria
Marcella Beccaria, Vice President of AMACI and Chief Curator and Curator of Collections at Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Italy
Dr Tran Hong Hanh, Vice-Director of the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Vietnam
Nguyen Tien Da, Director of the Hanoi Museum, Vietnam
Michael Croft, UNESCO Representative to Vietnam
29 October 2020 at 8.30am
Live streaming on Facebook @ItalyinVietnam