Digital change, rapidly changing projects and, last but not least, exceptional situations such as the Corona pandemic are changing the work in art and cultural institutions. Why new work cultures and flexible structures of cooperation are needed now will be explained by the Münsterland e.V. cultural office on Wednesday, 3 November 2021, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., as part of its continuing education series Kulturakademie. The venue is the LWL Industrial Museum TextilWerk Bocholt.
The workshop will demonstrate how collaborative working and agile project management are practically possible for cultural enterprises - especially for museums. With concrete tools, programmes and application examples, participants will be familiarised with the basics of new working methods and organisational processes. The event will take place in cooperation with the Digitalteam westfälische Museen (LWL-Medienzentrum/LWL-Museumsamt).
"The seminar is aimed at all actors in the cultural sector who would like to learn more about new working cultures and are looking for concrete approaches to flexible structures of cooperation," explains Andre Sebastian, head of the cultural office.
The speaker is art historian Holger Simon, who can look back on more than 20 years of experience in digital project management and has initiated innovative projects, such as the prometheus picture archive in 2001 and the Digital Historical Archive Cologne in 2009.
Registration until 1 November 2021 at www.muensterland.com/kulturakademie.
The participation fee is 35 euros and includes drinks and a lunch snack.
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