Hear Care Act. Museum Futures & Digital Movements

Sun 09 16:20 - 16:40

The rise of modern activism permeates our society, being echoed by social movements which contextualize grim realities and human rights issues and abuses. Audiences are congregating online, looking for solutions and spaces to grief, grow and express. Museums can meet the need of social justice and current events via a responsive digital presence that exudes a civic minded framework for participation and reflection. Learn how the Museum of Impact fuels the urgency of the #BlackLivesMatter movement into online engagement and empathy museum practice.

Future Museum
Digital innovation used to design programmes that prevent the material and immaterial oblivion of the artistic and cultural heritage. Programmes that renew the re-proposition of the work. They render the visitor the protagonist in a dialogue with art offering tools and information that widens perception. The museums are open constructions around which entire communities come together and exchange visions and points of view. Culture becomes interactive, participatory and diffuse: art is everywhere.


Scuola Normale Superiore
Piazza dei Cavalieri, 7, Pisa, 56126 PI, Italia
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