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Tuesday, November 21
 

09:30 NZDT

Keynote: Pia Waugh sponsored by Auckland War Memorial Museum
Pia will take us through an exploration of paradigm shifts, considerations for the future, and the importance of grasping the opportunity before we accidentally reinvent the past. She will share her thoughts and experience on government as a platform, and how we can enable people and society through being a node in the network - to be an enabler rather than a controller.

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Pia Waugh

Service Integration Lead, Department of Internal Affairs
Pia Waugh (@piawaugh) is an open government and data ninja [1] who has recently joined the digital transformation and gov as a platform cabal. She works within the (public sector) machine to enable greater transparency, democratic engagement, citizen-centric design and real, pragmatic actual innovation... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 09:30 - 10:30 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

16:30 NZDT

Keynote: Andrea Wallace, sponsored by Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Access and the Digital Surrogate: Openness as a philosophy
I'll discuss my research about institutional approaches to access and openness (both on-site and online), whether it’s understandable to users, how it can be more effective and impactful, and how intellectual property rights can make the process more difficult for everyone involved (but it doesn’t have to…!). 
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Andrea Wallace

Lecturer in Law, University of Exeter
Andrea Wallace (@andeewallace) is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter working at the intersections of copyright, cultural institutions, and the public domain. Her research considers the impact of digital technologies on the preservation and dissemination of cultural heritage and the obstacles and opportunities... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 16:30 - 17:30 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
 
Wednesday, November 22
 

09:00 NZDT

Keynote: Claire Hall, Honiana Love, Ariana Tikao sponsored by National Library of New Zealand
Whakahoki ki te kāinga: the long (digital) road home for Taranaki’s Atkinson Letters.
Since 2012, three wāhine have played roles in the digitisation, description & repatriation of this historic collection of - confiscated - Māori-to-Māori letters from Taranaki. Honiana Love (Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision), Ariana Tikao (Alexander Turnbull Library) & Claire Hall (Te Reo o Taranaki) come together at NDF to speak on their respective kaitiaki responsibilities, the opportunities & challenges in repatriating alienated taonga for flax-roots cultural revitalisation.

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Claire Hall

Archive Manager, Te Reo o Taranaki
Claire Hall (Kōtarani, Aerihi) is an author, historian and Māori language advocate. She manages Te Reo o Taranaki’s archive,Te Pūtē Routiriata; teaches and records oral history. Over the past decade, Claire has supported Taranaki whānui in the digitisation, capture and curation of taonga kōrero and mātauranga tuku iho for reo & cultural revitalisation. Her current mahi includes developing a... Read More →
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Honiana Love

Pou Ārahi – Strategic Advisor, Māori, Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision
Honiana Love (Te Ātiawa, Taranaki Iwi, Ngāti Ruanui, and Ngā Ruahinerangi) is the Pou Ārahi – Strategic Advisor, Māori, at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision, where she works with iwi and Māori around use of their collections. Prior to this she was a Senior Adviser, Māori at Manatu - Taonga, Ministry for Culture and Heritage.She has over 25 years of archival experience – including working as an archivist at Archives New Zealand an... Read More →
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Ariana Tikao

Research Librarian, Alexander Turnbull Library, National Library of New Zealand
Ariana Tikao (@arianatikao) is the Research Librarian, Māori (arrangement & description) at the Alexander Turnbull Library. She is of Kāi Tahu descent, with strong links to the Canterbury/Banks Peninsula area. Ariana is also a singer-songwriter, particularly interested in reviving waiata from her whānau, hapū and iwi, and is an avid exponent of taonga puoro. Her most recent Turnbull Gallery exhibition was Wāhine: Beyond the dus... Read More →


Wednesday November 22, 2017 09:00 - 09:45 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

09:45 NZDT

Keynote: Harkanwal Singh, sponsored by the NDF Board
Failing at change - data in stories
Attempting something new and proving it works does not necessarily change the underlying culture within an organisation, or a profession. The something new in this case is telling stories with data. 
The context for data stories is the introduction of data journalism into different New Zealand newsrooms. A cultural shift does not follow a technical one. My talk is focused on the long road to change in understanding the challenges of introducing something new and accepting short-term failure as a strategy.

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Harkanwal Singh

data journalism and visualisation, http://datastories.nz/
Harkanwal was formerly Data Editor at the New Zealand Herald, and was New Zealand’s first full-time data journalist. Currently Harkanwal is studying probability and computation at the University of Auckland. His work combines analysis and programming to create interactive visualisations. He is interested in using data analysis and visual... Read More →


Wednesday November 22, 2017 09:45 - 10:30 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

15:45 NZDT

Keynote: Keir Winesmith, sponsored by Te Papa Tongarewa with support from The Dowse Art Museum
Keir will be talking about museums, digital and time - exploring how digital can respond to the many temporalities within museums and cultural objects.
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Keir Winesmith

Head of Web + Digital Platforms, SFMOMA
Keir is a digital leader and strategist working across web, mobile apps, virtual and augmented reality, SMS, and in-building interactives. With a focus on developing unique and meaningful digital experiences, he has led and collaborated on many award winning projects over the last... Read More →


Wednesday November 22, 2017 15:45 - 16:45 NZDT
Soundings Theatre, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011