Museums of Music: Budapest

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Exhibiting music highlights the challenge of presenting the intangible, through tangible and digital objects, with fragmented collections. In this post I explore these topics as experienced in various Museums of Music across the world while arguing that music can help close the gap between culture and heritage. In this post: Budapest. Continue reading Museums of Music: Budapest

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Museums of Music: Shanghai

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Exhibiting music highlights the challenge of presenting the intangible, through tangible and digital objects, with fragmented collections. In this post I explore these topics as experienced in various Museums of Music across the world while arguing that music can help close the gap between culture and heritage. In this post: Shanghai. Continue reading Museums of Music: Shanghai

Museums of Music: Barcelona

IMG_0956Exhibiting music highlights the challenge of presenting the intangible, through tangible and digital objects, with fragmented collections. In this post I explore these topics as experienced in various Museums of Music across the world while arguing that music can help close the gap between culture and heritage. In this post: Barcelona.

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A History of Digitization: Dutch Museums

The current challenge is to balance production and distribution of heritage content, in addition to finding optimal solutions to position it in the information market. After 50 years of digitization, the goal remains: to ensure unrestricted, sustainable and reliable digital access to Europe’s cultural and scientific knowledge. Continue reading A History of Digitization: Dutch Museums