Heritage Dot 2.0

Ambition, Access and Added Value

The second Heritage Dot conference will take place online on 22 March 2023.

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The call for participation for this year’s conference is now closed. Programme announcements coming soon!

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In 2023, the University of Lincoln is hosting the second Heritage Dot Conference with the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund and other partners, exploring digital horizons in relation to cultural heritage. Heritage Dot will offer a platform for sharing, challenging, disrupting and interrogating what digital heritage is and does across professional, academic and community sectors with interests in heritage.

2019’s inaugural conference exploredPartnerships, Participation and Platforms.

2023’s online conference will consider Ambition, Access & Added Value.

Highlights & Moments: #HDot 2019

Image credits: Alessandro Pesaro

Coming Soon: 2023’s Headline Contributors

2019’s Headline Contributors

Diane Lees CBE

Director-General of Imperial War Museums
"Mythbusting : Digital isn't about technology, it's about people"

Tom Steinberg

Digital Lead, The National Lottery Heritage Fund
"Taking off the training wheels: the skills funders and heritage organisations need to have in a pervasively digital age"

Prof Mary Stuart CBE

Vice Chancellor, University of Lincoln
"Preparing for the 21st Century"

Prof Melissa Terras

Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage, University of Edinburgh
"Cultural Heritage in a Digitised World: the responsibility of memory institutions within the digital turn"

Matt Lee

Head of Film, Imperial War Museums
"Going Over the Top: What does the super-enhancement of First World War footage mean for film archives?"

Prof Chris Speed

Chair of Design Informatics, University of Edinburgh
"Designing Value within a Digital Heritage Economy"

Sukhy Johal MBE

Director, Centre for Culture & Creativity, University of Lincoln
"Joining the Dots: Partnerships, Participation and Platforms"

Kathy Fawcett

Senior Relationship Manager, Arts Council England
Closing Plenary Invited Speaker

Dr Clare Watson

Director, Media Archive for Central England
Closing Plenary Invited Speaker

22nd March 2023

Heritage Dot brings together practitioners and researchers, to identify key challenges and opportunities, showcase innovation, and explore collaboration in the digital heritage sector.

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