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Five for Fifteen Talks [clear filter]
Tuesday, November 21
 

11:00 NZDT

He Tohu - Taking Archives to the People
He Tohu - some insights into the development of an archival exhibition of three key constitutional taonga and the use of digital and AV resources to enhance the physical experience of the three documents.

Speakers
avatar for Richard Foy

Richard Foy

Chief Archivist, Archives New Zealand
All hail Richard Foy, First of his Name (except for the 50+ others listed on Facebook and LinkedIn), Keeper of the Public Record, Protector of the Artifacts, the Bespectacled and Unbalded, Breaker of Rules and Father of Boxes,


Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:00 - 11:15 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

11:15 NZDT

Te Papa's Intellectual Property Strategy
The presentation will discuss the strategy Te Papa has developed to provide a consistent approach managing Te Papa’s intellectual property holdings - not just related to collections and collections data but all the intellectual property developed by Te Papa.

Speakers
avatar for Victoria Leachman

Victoria Leachman

Manager Rights, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Victoria Leachman, Manager Rights at Te Papa, leads the Rights Team at Te Papa and was the winner of the NDF “Sharing is Caring” award for 2016. She is an expert in the practical application of the Copyright Act in relation to heritage collections, manages Te Papa’s portfolio... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:15 - 11:30 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

11:30 NZDT

Do the Arts Look Good On This?
An overview of how Creative New Zealand is responding to the ways New Zealand artists are using digital technologies to create, present and promote their work; and to the ways audiences can use digital technologies to engage with New Zealand artists and their work.

Speakers
avatar for John McDavitt

John McDavitt

Senior Arts Policy Advisor, Creative New Zealand


Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:30 - 11:45 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

11:45 NZDT

Digital as a Virtual Stage of Performing Arts
Performing arts is all about live experience and being there in the moment. Can digital then break this physical barriers to provide the audience with a new experience?

Speakers
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Jenny Nguyen

Auckland Live
Jenny is currently leading the digital team at Auckland Live which looks after a range of digital channels and activates digital initiatives.


Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:45 - 12:00 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

12:00 NZDT

Pacific Perspectives: Re-connecting Pacific Communities with their Collections
AM’s Pacific Collection Access project (PCAP) is a three year project (2016-2019) focussed on cataloguing, conservation and creating safe and accessible storage for 5,000+ objects in the Museum’s Pacific collection. PCAP is working on the collections that the Museum holds from 13 island nations. A major focus of PCAP is seeking out the expertise of ‘cultural knowledge holders’ from the various Pacific source communities to enhance the information the Museum holds on the collection. Working closely with the community sources PCAP is incorporating Pacific languages and indigenous terms of objects, techniques and materials into the Museum’s collection management database, greatly enhancing and enriching the information the Museum holds on these treasures. The Museum is sharing this improved information via Auckland Museum’s Collections Online.

In addition to the deep engagement occurring through the ‘cultural knowledge holders’, the project is also creating opportunities for source communities to visit the Museum and re-connect with their heritage and taonga. Our oral history/knowledge holder sessions are taonga in themselves. While enriching our records we are focussed on honouring our commitment to Teu le Va (our Pacific strategy). Ensuring like our collection that these oral taonga are protected through applying cultural permissions and restrictions is key to also protecting the sacred knowledge being shared by our cultural knowledge holders.

Sharing our ‘enriched’ records online will ensure that all those (both Moana Pacific and non) will have an opportunity to learn from these Moana Pacific indigenous heritage knowledge holders and have access to them online.

Speakers
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Barbara Makuati-Afitu

Community Engagement Facilitator and Kolokesa Mahina-Tuai Project Curator Pacific, Auckland War Memorial Museum
Barbara Makuati-Afitu Community Engagement Facilitator. #pcapstories #PCAP #aucklandmuseum


Tuesday November 21, 2017 12:00 - 12:15 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011