January 30th and 31st, from 2pm
Place: Auditorium of the Ipiranga Museum
Without simultaneous translation
Free admission | Registration (between January 16 and January 29) at this link.
The use of masks is mandatory
The training event "Museu Paulista Digital: Networked collections for education and communication in museums" is aimed at students of information science, museology, humanities and professionals from museums and institutions that manage cultural collections.
The goal is to stimulate the formation of professionals using digital technologies for the management, communication and interoperability of cultural collections.
The training aims to promote an advance in the discussions about production and management practices of digital collections, its possibilities of network articulation, and to strengthen a network of partners and enthusiasts on the subject, for its dissemination throughout the country.
Participants will receive a certificate.
2:00 pm – Opening: presentation of the digital repository of iconographic collections of Museu Paulista
Solange Ferraz de Lima – Technical Chief of the Collection and Curatorial Division of the Paulista Museum
2:20 pm – 4:30 pm – Management of digital cultural collections
Presentation and mediation: Dalton Lopes Martins – Coordinator of Tainacan Project
Luciana Conrado Martins – Digital Collection SESI Lab
Alexandre Feitosa – CGSim, Acervo Ibram Program
Tatiana Prado – Memory and Research Manager, Instituto Itaú Cultural
Paula Nunes Costa – Museologist SECULT ES
2:00-4:00 pm – Digital cultural collections in institutions: challenges and perspectives
Presentation and mediation: Luciana Conrado Martins – PERCEBE (Research, consulting and educational training)
Fabiana Krepel – FILE ARCHIVE manager (digital collections of FILE – Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletrônica)
Maria Pierina Ferreira de Camargo – Museologist at Lasar Segall Museum
João Paulo Berto – Archivist, Memory Center-Unicamp
Elias Palminor Machado – Museologist at UFRGS
4:30pm – Closing and visit to Museu do Ipiranga