A NORDIC ECOSYSTEM FOR THE ARTS
How can we build a
digital ecosystem for the
arts in the nordic region?
The Nordic countries have a strong infrastructure of public and semi public cultural institutions. The digital landscapes expands quickly creating new ways of distribution and audience involvement. How can we use the resources of the current digital landscape and improve the infrastructure?
DURING THE AUTUMN OF 2012 AND SPRING 2013 WE ARE CARRYING OUT THREE CONFERENCES ON THE THEMATIC OF DIGITAL ECOSYSTEMS. YOU ARE INVITED TO TAKE PART IN THE SECOND OF THREE TRULY DIGITAL SEMINARS IN COPENHAGEN 1ST MARCH 2013.
The theme of the Copenhagen session will be "NEW BUSINESS MODELS AND DIGITAL POLICY" TO READ THE SUMMARY (IN SWEDISH) OF THE FIRST CONFERENCE CLICK HERE
SUMMARY FROM TRULY DIGITAL SWEDEN SEMINAR:
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS SWEDEN:
Author, National Library, Stockholm University
Head of Research at the National Library of Sweden, also an Assistant Professor at the Department of Cinema Studies, Stockholm University. He has published numerous books on various aspect of media history as well as new media. This year, he published anthologies, Moving Data, The iPhone and the Future of Media and Myten om Internet.
CEO for the creative cluster Subtopia in Alby, Botkyrka. Previously Managing Director at Upplev Botkyrka AB and Head of cultural development at Botkyrka kommun.
Senior Marketing Specialist at Europeana
Europe's portal for digitized cultural heritage, giving access to over 20 million digital objects from Europe's museums, libraries and archives. At Europeana he is responsible for marketing strategy, network contact and user engagement concepts. Geer was previously also project manager of the Amsterdam Museums Night (n8).
Creative commons Sweden
Head of “Internet at school” at .SE - The Internet Infrastructure Foundation and the school contest Webbstjärnan. Educational ombudsman at Creative Commons Sweden. Author of the Internet guide Källkritik på Internet published 2012 and runs the Kristina Alexanderson blog.
CEO, BUS - Visual Arts Copyright Society in Sweden
Mats Lindberg is the CEO of Visual Arts Copyright Society in Sweden since 1989. He has several international assignments including IFRRO and European Visual Artists. He participated as an expert in the latest copyright investigation and was previously the Association Secretary for The Artists Organisation, KRO.
DIGISAM, Swedish national coordination of digitisation
The National Archives. Responsible for the Swedish national coordination of digitisation, digital preservation and digital access to cultural heritage
Expert in social media and
Beata Wickbom has worked with business development and communication on the web since 1995. She is a frequent lecturer and you can also often see her on television as expert on Internet and social media. She was a prominent figure in the Swedish internet industry and the founder of the industry conference SIME. Also, former marketing manager at Spray.
Max Valentin is a cultural producer and innovator in the field of participatory culture working with technology, human interaction and learning. Max among other things run www.crowdculture.se a hybrid economical on-line platform mixing crowdfunding investments with public funds. Parallel with the platform development he does cultural policy studies and produces multiple platform games for learning.
Creative Director at B-Reel,
a hybrid production company, specialized in the field of advanced digital production for web, mobile, physical installations and other media, with customers like Arcade Fire and Google.
Nordic Policy Counsel at Google, responsible for Google's social issues in the Nordic countries. Also a lawer and a background at The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) and the telecom company 3.
HEAD OF THE DIGITAL MUSEUM AT THE ROYAL ARMOURY SKOKLOSTER WITH THE HALLWYL MUSEUM FOUNDATION
She has worked with the digitization of museum collections for many years, including K-Samsök for the National Heritage Board.
CONSULTANT AT MUSEDIA IN THE AREAS OF DIGITAL MEDIA INTERPRETATION, VISITOR/USER EVALUATION AND EXHIBITION DEVELOPMENT.
He was previously a part of a museum R&D group at the Interactive Institute in Stockholm, co-founding the Nordic NODEM conference series. Since 2006 he runs the blog MuseiTeknik.
Manager at PwC specializing in e-government and community development. Earlier political Adviser at Swedish Ministry of Finance and chief economist for the Christian Democrats in the Swedish parliament.
COORDINATOR OF GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES, LANDSTINGET I SÖRMLAND
Coordinator of global perspectives and responsible for creative business at Landstinget i Sörmland. Worked at the EU Commission as an administrator for issues regarding children and youth.
Is a graduated director of the Theater Academy in Malmö and holds a master degree in film, TV and radio for children and young people at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic arts. Rebecca is known as the founder and artistic director of Kista Theater and for RATS= Research in Artistic TechnologieS at Stockholms University, Department of Computer and systems science, DSV. Rebecca will show pieces of her work with digitial theater.
1 MARCH 2013, KL 09.30-17.30 LOUISIANA, HUMLEBÆK, COPENHAGEN
IN SEARCH OF A
FUTURE VALUE CHAIN, NEW BUSINESS MODELS AND DIGITAL POLICY:
THE DIGITALIZATION, ALSO REFFERED TO AS THE ”DIGITAL SHIFT” HAS AFFECTED THE CULTURAL SECTOR. THE DIGITAL LANDSCAPES EXPANDS QUICKLY CREATING NEW WAYS OF DISTRIBUTION AND AUDIENCE INVOLVEMENT. HOW CAN WE USE THE RESOURCES OF THE CURRENT DIGITAL LANDSCAPE AND IMPROVE THE NORDIC INFRASTRUCTURE? THE ROLES AND CONDITIONS ARE CHANGING. YOU ARE INVITED TO TAKE PART IN THE SECOND OF THREE TRULY DIGITAL SEMINARS IN COPENHAGEN 1ST OF MARCH 2013.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS DENMARK:
Pier Luigi Sacco
IULM University, Milan
PROFESSOR OF CULTURAL ECONOMICS AND DEPUTY RECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AT IULM UNIVERSITY OF MILAN. HE IS ALSO A MEMBER OF THE EUROPEAN EXPERT NETWORK ON CULTURE (EENC) AND DIRECTOR OF THE BID OF SIENA AS THE EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE 2019.
Head of Unit in DG Education and Culture in the European Commission since 2008 and responsible for the European Union's Culture programme, work on the future Creative Europe programme, audience development, and other cultural actions including the European Capitals of Culture, the new European Heritage Label and the European Union prizes for contemporary architecture, cultural heritage, music and literature.
Flattr is a Swedish based microdonation provider founded by Linus Olsson and Peter Sunde, co-founder of The Pirate Bay. Flattr is a new model for funding digital content and they want to encourage people to share money as well as content.
Nordic Culture Fund
Senior advisor at the Nordic Culture Fund. Next year the Culture Fund will invest in a programme for digital art and culture. Maria Tsakiris is responsible for the programme, that hopes to be a boost for the actors working with digital culture and increase the knowledge and practice in the field.
REGIONAL COUNCIL OF SOUTHERN SMÅLAND
FSANDSTRÖM IS THE HEAD OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS AT THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF KRONOBERG AND FUNCTIONAL LEADER FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AT THE REGIONAL COUNCIL OF SOUTHERN SMÅLAND.
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, EFA GROUP
JOSEFSSON IS AN ADVISER ON INTERNET POLICIES WITH THE GREENS/EFA GROUP IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT. HE’S ALSO THE FOUNDER OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT FREE SOFTWARE USER GROUP (EPFSUG) AND THE FOUNDATION FOR A FREE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE (FFII).
WENZLAFF IS THE FOUNDER AND CEO OF IKOSOM, INSTITUT FÜR KOMMUNIKATION IN SOZIALEN MEDIEN, THE FIRST OPEN SCIENCE INSTITUTE IN GERMANY AND A LEADING RESEARCH COMPANY ON THE DIGITAL FIELD.
LENA HAMMARGREN IS THE FOUNDER OF NOVELLIX, A BOLD PUBLISHING HOUSE THAT HAS PUSHED THE BOUNDARIES OF THE BUSINESS AND POSITIONED ITSELF ON THE EMERGING E-BOOK MARKET.
Nordic Policy Counsel at Google, responsible for Google's social issues in the Nordic countries. Also a background as a lawer and manager at The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) and the telecom company 3.
CULTURAL PRODUCER AND INNOVATOR IN THE FIELD OF PARTICIPATORY CULTURE WORKING WITH TECHNOLOGY, HUMAN INTERACTION AND LEARNING. FOUNDER AND CEO OF FABEL.
MARTIN VON HALLER GRØNBÆK
SAXO, CREATIVE COMMONS DENMARK
MARTIN IS A LAWYER WITH OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE AND SPECIALIZATION WITHIN INTERNET AND OPEN SOURCE ISSUES. HE IS THE CO-FOUNDER OF MANY DIGITAL NETWORKS AND ORGANISATIONS LIKE DANISH OPEN SOURCE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION (OSL), DANISH EBUSINESS ASSOCIATION (FDIH), INTERNET SOCIETY DENMARK, CREATIVE COMMONS DENMARK AND BVHD LAW FIRM. HE IS CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF SAXO.COM, DENMARK'S LARGEST ONLINE BOOKSHOP.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS FINLAND: