Program

MW17 features speakers from around the world, presenting their latest work and research findings. Proposals were peer-reviewed by an International Program Committee in a very competitive process.

The preliminary program includes confirmed presentations in blue/black and tentative presentations in grey. Please check the program frequently for updates.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 | Wednesday, April 19, 2017 | Thursday, April 20, 2017 | Friday, April 21, 2017 | Saturday, April 22, 2017

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Tuesday, April 18
1:00pm - 5:30pm

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland Tour
- Megan Reich, Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, USA
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Tuesday, April 18
1:00pm - 5:30pm

Tour of The Cleveland Museum of Art and Gallery One v.2
- Jane Alexander, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA
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Tuesday, April 18
1:00pm - 5:30pm

Uncovering Cultural Infrastructure: Tour & Workshop on Cleveland’s Cultural Founders
- Holly Witchey, Cleveland Philanthropy, USA
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Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Wednesday, April 19
7:59am - 5:00pm
Registration 5th F
Registration Open
Wednesday, April 19
8:00am - 9:00am
Registration 5th F
Continental Breakfast for Workshop Attendees
Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm

Workshop: A strategy for integrating museum information management systems
- Cristiano Bianchi, Art UK, UK
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Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm
Hope Ballroom B 3rd F

Workshop: Building an interactive storytelling experience with your collection's highest quality digitizations
- Koldo Garcia, Madpixel, Spain
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Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F

Workshop: Digital Asset Management for Museums with Hydra-in-a-Box
- David Wilcox, DuraSpace, Canada, Stefano Cossu, The Art Institute of Chicago, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F

Workshop: Effective Negotiation Strategies for Museum Technology Professionals
- Nick Pozek, Asia Society, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F

Workshop: Leading from Within: Your Transformative Dialogue with Museum Leadership and your Colleagues
- Carrie Barratt, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F

Workshop: Museum Content Strategy Workshop
- Conxa Rodà, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, Tiana Tasich, Digitelling Agency, UK
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Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms B 3rd F

Workshop: Release Your Inner Research Geek! Part 1: Bringing Evaluation to Your Museum
- Elizabeth Bolander, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Hannah Ridenour, The Cleveland Museum of Art, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms C 3rd F

Workshop: The Lean Museum: metrics for innovation and continuous improvement (lean sigma white belt certification)
- Angie Judge, Dexibit, New Zealand, Mark McKay, Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada
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Wednesday, April 19
9:00am - 12:00pm
Hope Ballroom A 3rd F

Workshop: Thinking in CIDOC-CRM
- David Henry, Missouri History Museum, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
10:30am - 11:00am
Registration 5th F
Morning Coffee and Tea
Wednesday, April 19
12:00pm - 1:30pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Lunch for Workshop Attendees

Please bring your lunch ticket, provided in the registration packet.  (Only workshop attendees receive a lunch ticket)

Wednesday, April 19
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms B 3rd F

Workshop: Release Your Inner Research Geek! Part 2: Learning from Your Visitors
- Elizabeth Bolander, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Hannah Ridenour, The Cleveland Museum of Art, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Hope Ballroom B 3rd F

Workshop: 2017: The Year of Listening
- David Markowitz, ListenUp Audio, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F

Workshop: Design Sprints for Awesome Teams: Running Design Sprints for Rapid Digital Product Development
- Dana Mitroff Silvers, Designing Insights, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F

Workshop: Hands on with Nodel: Decentralised and open source multimedia control for museums and galleries
- Timothy Hart, Museums Victoria, Australia, Julien de-Sainte-Croix, Museum Victoria, Australia
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm

Workshop: How to write the perfect tender for digital projects
- Cristiano Bianchi, Art UK, UK
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F

Workshop: Inclusion and Diversity in the 21st Century Museum
- Tim Phillips, Beyond Conflict, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F

Workshop: Innovative Applications and Data Sharing with Linked Open Data in Museums: Exploring Principles and Examples
- Duane Degler, Design for Context, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms C 3rd F

Workshop: Jumpstarting Your Digital Project
- Sloan Miller, Consultant, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Hope Ballroom A 3rd F

Workshop: Partnering with Industry - How to set-up your own innovation program or co-working space
- Tui Te Hau, Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms D 3rd F

Workshop: Using Customer Journey Mapping to Inform Content Strategy
- Liz Neely, American Alliance of Museums, USA, Allegra Burnette, Forrester Research, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Superior Ballroom B 5th F

Workshop: Virtual Reality Museums
- Michael Fischer, Stanford University, USA
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Wednesday, April 19
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Registration 5th F
Afternoon Coffee and Tea
Wednesday, April 19
5:00pm - 6:00pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
First-Timer Orientation

Please join us for a casual gathering to help Museums and the Web first-timers get the most out of the conference. Emily Lytle-Painter and Meagan Estep Social Media Manager from National Gallery of Art along with co-chairs Nancy Proctor, Rich Cherry and guest co-chair, Sina Bahram will be on hand to say hi and share some pointers about how to make the meeting work. We’ll have some fun and then head off to the Welcome Reception together. MW veterans welcome!

Chair: Emily Lytle-Painter

Wednesday, April 19
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Welcome Reception at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Please join us at the Cleveland’s most visited venue, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to celebrate our 21st Annual Conference of Museums and the Web.  Beer, Wine and hors d’oeuvres are served. The exhibits are changed frequently, and some items are displayed on a temporary basis. 2016 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee exhibit showcases honorees Steve Miller, Deep Purple, Cheap Trick, N.W.A. and Chicago along with featuring artifacts from the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Blondie, the Doors, U2, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, the Who, the Supremes, Guns N’ Roses and others. The Hall also explores rock’s impact on the next generation of artists by taking visitors on an intimate journey into the stories of popular acts from today, including Sia, Bruno Mars, The Black Keys and others.

U2 3D (2008, 85 minutes, MPAA Rating: G) will be shown at 8pm.  
The first-ever live-action digital 3-D film, U2 3D is a unique cinematic experience that places viewers within the pulsing energy of a stadium concert given by the world’s most popular band. Marrying innovative digital 3-D imagery and multi-channel surround sound with the excitement of a live U2 concert – shot in South America during the final leg of their “Vertigo” tour – it creates an immersive theatrical experience unlike any 3-D or concert film that has come before. Ushering in a new dimension of filmmaking, U2 3D takes viewers on an extraordinary journey they will never forget. Showing at 8pm, limited seating available (175 spots).

An admission ticket is required and is included in full registration packages. Extra tickets for guests can be purchased online or at the Conference Registration Desk.

The hall is 10 minutes walking distance from the Conference Hotel.  Due to the renovation construction inside the hall, inside elevator is not available.  Throughout the hall, you can use the escalators.  If you need assistance, please contact info@mwconf.org



Thursday, April 20, 2017
Thursday, April 20
7:59am - 5:00pm
Registration 5th F
Registration Open
Thursday, April 20
8:00am - 9:00am
Registration 5th F
Morning Coffee and Tea
Thursday, April 20
9:00am - 10:00am
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Opening Plenary
Chair: Sina Bahram

Building More Inclusive Communities: Lessons From 25 Years on the Front Lines of Peace
- Tim Phillips, Beyond Conflict, USA

Thursday, April 20
10:00am - 10:30am
Registration 5th F
Morning Coffee and Tea Break
Thursday, April 20
10:30am - 12:00pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Crowdsourcing: museum content, museum marketing or something in between?
Chair: Gamynne Guillotte

Interstitial Spaces: Social Media as a Tool for Community Engagement
- Seema Rao, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA

How Do You Museum: Marketing User-Generated Content to Engage Audiences
- Mara Naiditch, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, USA, Rachel Gertz, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, USA, Edgar Chamorro, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, USA

Crowdsourcing a nation
- Sandra Corbeil, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation, Canada, Fiona Smith Hale, Canada Science and Technology Museums, Canada, Christopher Jaja, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation, Canada

Thursday, April 20
10:30am - 12:00pm
Hope Ballroom A 3rd F
What can museums learn when access is multimodal?
Chair: Sina Bahram

A Path with Choice: What We Learned from Designing an Inclusive Audio Guide
- Desi Gonzalez, The Andy Warhol Museum, USA

A location based understanding of mobile app user behavior
- Diana Marques, University of Porto, Portugal / National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, USA, Robert Costello, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, USA, Brian Alpert, Smithsonian Institution, USA

Museum at Your Fingertips: Telepresence Tours for Schools
- Julia Falkowski, Balboa Park Online Collaborative, USA

Thursday, April 20
10:30am - 12:00pm
Hope Ballroom B 3rd F
What is an immersive museum experience?
Chair: Timothy Hart

No. It Doesn't Distract from the Art.
- Megan DiRienzo, Detroit Institute of Arts, USA

Spotlight VR/AR: Innovation in Transformative Storytelling
- Scott Gillam, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada

Removing the Barriers of Gallery One: A New Approach to Integrating Art, Interpretation and Technology
- Jane Alexander, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Lori Wienke, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Phillip Tiongson, Potion, USA

Thursday, April 20
10:30am - 12:00pm
Hope Ballroom B 3rd F
What's mobilizing museums?
Chair: Dafydd James

Audio that Moves You: Experiments with Location-aware storytelling in the SFMOMA app
- Stephanie Pau, SFMOMA, USA

Crowdsourcing content and improving visitors participation: a case study of Unique Visitors platform
- Ana Basso, Unique Visitors, Spain, Felipe Becker, Unique Visitors, Spain, Conxa Rodà, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

It’s in the game: Can playful digital experiences help organisations connect with audiences in new ways?
- Rob Cawston, National Museums Scotland, UK, Daniel Efergan, Aardman Animations Ltd, UK, Lindsey Green, Frankly, Green + Webb, UK

Thursday, April 20
10:30am - 12:00pm
Hope Ballroom C 3rd F
Who's the product?
Chair: Allegra Burnette

Audience-centred product development: Establishing a Digital Product Development Framework at Te Papa
- Adrian Kingston, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand

Transforming a museum through product management
- Lucie Paterson, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Australia

Thursday, April 20
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch on your own
Thursday, April 20
1:30pm - 3:00pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Are we there yet?
Chair: Deborah Howes

Our work is never done: Evaluation and iteration for a new audio guide
- Natalia Hudelson, The British Museum, UK, Casey Scott-Songin, British Museum, UK, Han Li, British Museum , UK

Layered Learning: Developing and utilizing integrated systems through mobile platforms to enrich and expand interpretation
- Jennifer Talbott, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Ryan Waggoner, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Robert Hickerson, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Kristina Walker, Spencer Museum of Art, USA

Thursday, April 20
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Inclusive design & accessibility at Microsoft with additional focus on Microsoft Translator

Sponsored by Microsoft

At Microsoft, it is our mission to ‘empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more.’  We believe empathy is the foundation of inclusive design, and when we understand human motivations on a universal scale, we design for a broader, more diverse audience.  Hear more about how Microsoft approaches inclusive design and accessibility in order to open up our experiences.  During this presentation, we will also introduce products – such as Microsoft Translator – that embed automated speech transcription and translation, which provide for multilingual conversations in a variety of scenarios, and enable access to spoken language content automatically for those with deafness or who are hard of hearing.  We believe that breaking down the language and hearing barriers brings us one step closer to achieving our mission.

Chair: Sina Bahram

Thursday, April 20
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Hope Ballroom A 3rd F
Safety in numbers?
Chair: Diana Pan

Extending the E-Commerce Experience: Lessons learned and the questions that remain.
- Scott Sayre, Corning Museum of Glass, USA, Laura Mann, Frankly, Green + Webb USA, USA, Robin Dowden, independent, USA

Ticket bots effects on the arts and cultural markets
- Kathleen Grennan, Carnegie Mellon - AMT Lab (Arts Management and Technology Lab), USA, Kathleen Grennan, Carnegie Mellon - AMT Lab (Arts Management and Technology Lab), USA

Staying safe: Cybersecurity in modern museums: internal, external and hidden threats, with a focus on cryptography to maintain data security
- Wendy Pryor, Museum Victoria, Australia

Thursday, April 20
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Hope Ballroom C 3rd F
What is museum learning online?
Chair: Rob Lancefield

The Next Generation of Online Publishing: Building on What We’ve Learned Together
- Greg Albers, The J. Paul Getty Trust, USA

Discovering, Creating, and Sharing Digital Museum Resources: Understanding the Needs and Behaviors of Youth Users
- Darren Milligan, Smithsonian Institution, USA, Melissa Wadman, Smithsonian Institution, USA, Brian Ausland, Navigation North Learning, USA

Museums without Walls: Breaking Across the Borders of Organizational Structure and Preparing the Next Generation of Museum Professional in the Digital Age
- Adrienne D'Angelo, Teachers College of Columbia University, USA

Thursday, April 20
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F
What is the business of museums?
Chair: Douglas Hegley

Expanding the Museum
- Rosemary Willink, University of Queensland, School of Architecture, Australia

Building the Museum of Tomorrow – Insights from the launch of Mahuki, Te Papa’s Innovation Hub     
- Tui Te Hau, Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand

Open Innovation: Open movements and the role of a museum in the 21st century.
- Brian Dawson, Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation, Canada, Fiona Smith Hale, Canada Science and Technology Museums, Canada, Sandra Corbeil, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation, Canada

Thursday, April 20
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Registration 5th F
Afternoon Coffee and Tea Break
Thursday, April 20
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Hope Ballroom A 3rd F
Community of Practice: Accessibility

A Community of Practice dedicated to surfacing best practices, tips and tricks, strategies as well as tactics for implementing the work of accessibility and, to some extent, the work of universal and inclusive design. Topics addressed by this Community include policy, technology, practice, community, education, evaluation, and innovation.

Participation in the kick-off meeting for the Community of Practice on Accessibility is free to MW17 attendees whose registration includes Thursday 20 April 2017, but spaces are limited. Reserve your place today!

Chair: Sina Bahram

Community of Practice: Accessibility (Agenda)
- Sina Bahram, Prime Access Consulting, Inc., USA

Thursday, April 20
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Hope Ballroom B 3rd F
Community of Practice: Immersive Storytelling

Sponsored by Mazedia

A Community of Practice around the processes and tools that create immersive, inclusive, and participatory experiences of cultural and scientific heritage. Topics include virtual reality, transmedia, and augmenting reality with any any tools (digital or analog); visitor-centric and participatory approaches to experience design; crowdsourcing and working with a greater diversity of voices and stories from communities. This Community is convened by Wezit.

Participation in the kick-off meeting for the Online Community of Practice is free to MW17 attendees whose registration includes Thursday 20 April 2017, but spaces are limited. Reserve your place today!

Community of Practice: Immersive Storytelling (Agenda)
- Nancy Proctor, MW, USA

Thursday, April 20
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Hope Ballroom C 3rd F
Community of Practice: Online Collections

Sponsored by Axiell

Online Collections are arguably the area of greatest potential for museums and cultural organizations, promising innovative new ways of enriching the collection and creating engagement and visitor communication globally. Yet that potential remains largely unfulfilled for the majority of audiences. Practitioners, researchers, and technologists in the field convene in this Community of Practice to share their learnings, their trials, and their data to the greater benefit of all. The Online Collections Community of Practice kicks off at MW17 and will continue collaborating throughout the following year with the generous support of Axiell.

Participation in the kick-off meeting for the Online Community of Practice is free to MW17 attendees whose registration includes Thursday 20 April 2017, but spaces are limited. Reserve your place today!

Community of Practice: Online Collections (Agenda)
- Nancy Proctor, MW, USA

Thursday, April 20
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Google Cultural Institute: Recent collaborations and experiments

Come join the Google Cultural Institute team to hear and talk about the latest projects they developed with their museum partners: from a new immersive Virtual Reality technology to machine learning, augmented reality, digitization and more.

Chair: Nancy Proctor

Thursday, April 20
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F
Video Crit

An expert panel of peer reviewers led by Jonathan Munar (ART21) critiques recent museum video projects.

Submit your project for a critique while space lasts in the program!

Chair: Jonathan Munar

Thursday, April 20
5:00pm - 6:15pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
GLAMi Finalists

See the finalists in the GLAMi competition present their projects representing some of the best work done in the field in the past year. Place your bets for the winners, and come back tomorrow for the awards! This session will be co-chaired by Jane Alexander of the Cleveland Museum of Art and Steven Beasley from the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago.

Chair: Jane Alexander

Thursday, April 20
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
Demonstrations I

Presenters demonstrate their projects and case studies in booths in the Exhibit Hall. You have the better part of an hour to see them all, ask questions and discuss the demonstrations that catch your eye, and make new connections with leading practitioners in the field.

Albright-Knox Art Gallery's Digital Collection Search
- Pamela Martin, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, USA, Kelly Carpenter, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, USA

From Vimy to Juno
- Warren Wilansky, Plank, Canada

The potential of UX and interaction design and data visualization for collections research and management software
- Francesca Kaes, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

Highlighting museum docents with a new beacon powered mobile app at The Oriental Institute in Chicago.
- Jean Evans, Oriental Institute Museum, USA, Nancy Harmon, Encurate, USA

How to keep up with changes in school systems? Create, share & teach!
- Marthe de Vet, Van Gogh Museum, The Netherlands

Placeholders: the Secret Work of Objects
- Christopher Cassidy, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA, Seth Ellis, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Australia

Live from the Field: Sharing Science with Students in Real Time
- Miranda Kerr, Shedd Aquarium, USA, Heather Schneider, Shedd Aquarium, USA

Developing visual literacy programming for very young children
- Irene Lopatovska, Pratt Institute, USA, Anthony Volpe, Pratt Institute, USA

Transforming the Visitor Experience: Culturally Immersive Storytelling through Embodied Interactions.
- Melissa Carrillo, Smithsonian Latino Center, USA, Stacey Fox, School of Journalism, Michigan State University, USA, Juana Roman, SLC, USA

TourSites for WordPress: An Open-Source Platform for Multimedia Tours Across Multi-Site Networks
- Ty Pierce, Ohio History Connection, USA

Thursday, April 20
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
Exhibitors' Reception

New products, services, and designs from commercial partners as well as demonstrations from non-profit initiatives are featured in the Exhibit Hall with the opportunity to speak to the innovative people and companies behind each.

Beer, Wine and hors d’oeuvres are served. An admission ticket is required and is included in full registration packages. Extra tickets for guests can be purchased online or at the Conference Registration Desk.

To add to the fun, Dr. Holly Witchey, Senior Fellow for Museums at EdFutures, will sign copies of her murder mystery, Cocktail at the Museumduring the reception! See if you can be the first at MW17 to figure out whodunnit…

The Exhibit Hall is also open from 8:30am to 5:00pm on Friday, April 21 and from 8:30am to 12:00pm on Saturday, April 22.

Thursday, April 20
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
MWX: Water Bar

Every year, MW’s North American conference showcases innovative work by contemporary artists to inspire attendees with new ways of using and thinking about their tools and practices. This year’s MWX exhibition at the MW conference in Cleveland, Ohio, features a pop-up bar at the heart of the Exhibit Hall provided by Water Bar & Public Studio. The Water Bar will be open with the Exhibit Hall from Thursday evening’s exhibitor reception until noon on Saturday.

Serving tap water from a range of local and national sources, the Water Bar invites participants to share their stories of water as they sample the different flavors, colors, and scents of tap water from around the country and listen to water stories collected during the Smithsonian’s Water/Ways exhibition in Minnesota. Water stories told around the bar at MW17 will be added to the #BeHereMainSt community storytelling project from the MuseWeb Foundation, which is touring with the Water/Ways exhibition, and can be heard through a range of platforms including the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street website.

The Water Bar at MW17 is supported by the Johns Hopkins University’s MA in Museum Studies program and GuideID.



Friday, April 21, 2017
Friday, April 21
7:59am - 5:30pm
Registration Open
Friday, April 21
8:00am - 9:00am
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
Morning Coffee and Tea
Friday, April 21
9:00am - 10:30am
App Crit

Recent apps – iOS and Android, touch tables, kiosks and bespoke hardware (as distinct from websites including mobile sites) – are critiqued by an expert panel of peer reviewers including Spencer Kiser, Ty Pierce, and Shannon Darrough.

Submit your project for a critique while space lasts in the program!

Chair: Stephanie Pau

Spencer Museum of Art Mobile App
- Ryan Waggoner, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Robert Hickerson, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Jennifer Talbott, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Kristina Walker, Spencer Museum of Art, USA

Friday, April 21
9:00am - 9:50am
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F
How-to Session 1

A Case Study on Using Voice Technology to Assist the Museum Visitor
- Steven Moore, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), USA, Diana Pan, The Museum of Modern Art, USA, Manish Engineer, The Museum of Modern Art, USA

Friday, April 21
9:00am - 9:50am
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F
How-to Session 7

SAMR: A Model for Technology Integration in Museums
- Heather Schneider, Shedd Aquarium, USA, Miranda Kerr, Shedd Aquarium, USA

Friday, April 21
9:00am - 5:00pm
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
MW17 Clinic

Got a new project you need help with? Looking for advice on a new platform or tool? Ask the MW Community at the MW17 Clinic, a 25 minute session in which YOU set the agenda to cover the topics you are seeing input on. Leading practitioners as well as solutions providers will chime in to give you ideas and suggestions; follow up with them at the conference and afterwards. Submit a brief description of your topic and questions, selecting proposal type “Clinic,” and let the help you need come to you. Spaces are limited so reserve yours now!

In-exhibition audience feedback technology
- Robbie Davis, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, USA

Friday, April 21
9:00am - 9:50am
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F
Professional Forum 1

Big data and analytics: what we’ve learned so far
- Angie Judge, Dexibit, New Zealand, Robert Stein, American Alliance of Musuems, USA, Melissa Firth, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand

Friday, April 21
9:00am - 10:30am
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F
What Web do we weave?
Chair: Susan Chun

Website Redesign Mistakes: How to Avoid Them; How to Work Through Them; and How to Design Something Sustainable
- Tatum Walker, Ford's Theatre Society, USA, Alysse Bortolotto, Fords Theatre Society, USA, Desi Gonzalez, The Andy Warhol Museum, USA, Michael Tedeschi, Interactive Mechanics, USA, Curt Kotula, FASTSPOT, USA

Stuck in the middle with you: how to balance internal stakeholders requirements with demands from an Agile agency
- Gavin Mallory, Cogapp, UK

Building Distributed Online Exhibitions with IIIF
- Michael Appleby, Yale Center for British Art, USA, Robert Sanderson, J. Paul Getty Trust, USA

Friday, April 21
10:00am - 10:50am
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F
How-to Session 2

Releasing Your Museum's Data on GitHub: Best Practices
- Jacqueline Thomas, The Museum of Modern Art, USA

Friday, April 21
10:00am - 10:50am
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F
How-to Session 8

#TeensCan: Let Teens Be Your Social Media Voice
- Katy Noelle Scott, Monterey Bay Aquarium, USA

Friday, April 21
10:00am - 10:30am
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
Morning Coffee and Tea Break
Friday, April 21
10:00am - 10:50am
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F
Professional Forum 2

In and Out of Start Up Mode: How museums manage the shuffling of Digital Projects through periods of launch, maintenance, revision and redesign
- Jane Alexander, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Loic Tallon, Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA, Marc Cima, National September 11 Memorial and Museum, USA

Friday, April 21
10:00am - 4:00pm
Special Demo Session by Axiell

Axiell will be holding private demonstrations of its collections management software and other solutions for collecting institutions by appointment on Friday April 21st from 10 am  – 4 pm.  These demonstrations can accommodate up to ten individuals and will focus on your role and institution’s specific requirements. Demonstrations will last approximately 45 minutes and include the opportunity for attendees to ask questions and explore various aspects of the software. Reserve your demonstration time, visit the Axiell booth in the Exhibit Hall, or e-mail us at amanda.roy@axiell.com.

Friday, April 21
10:30am - 12:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F
How-to Session 10

The Present and Future of Digital in Museums: Opportunities and Challenges
- Paula Gangopadhyay, Institute of Museum and Library Services, USA, Eleanor Fink, American Art Collaborative, USA, Nik Honeysett, Balboa Park Online Collaborative, USA

Friday, April 21
10:30am - 12:00pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Web Crit

Recent web projects, including mobile and responsive websites as well as all other browser-based experiences, are critiqued by an expert panel of peer reviewers.

Submit your project for a critique while space lasts in the program!

Chair: Dana Mitroff Silvers

Ford's Theatre Society website redesign
- Tatum Walker, Ford's Theatre Society, USA, Alysse Bortolotto, Fords Theatre Society, USA

Examining Explore from National Museums Scotland
- Rob Cawston, National Museums Scotland, UK, Elaine Macintyre, National Museums Scotland, UK

Williams College Museum of Art website redesign
- Kim Hugo, Williams College Museum of Art, USA

Valorization of the Scuola Dalmata, Venice, a work in progress.
- Jason Cardone, Ca' Foscari, Venice, Italy

Spencer Museum of Art Website
- Ryan Waggoner, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Robert Hickerson, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Jennifer Talbott, Spencer Museum of Art, USA, Kristina Walker, Spencer Museum of Art, USA

Friday, April 21
11:00am - 11:50am
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F
How-to Session 4

DIY Zooniverse Citizen Science Project: Engaging the Public with Your Museum’s Collections and Data
- Laura Trouille, The Adler Planetarium, USA, Chris Lintott, University of Oxford, UK, Grant Miller, University of Oxford / Zooniverse, UK, Helen Spiers, University of Oxford, UK

Friday, April 21
11:00am - 11:50am
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F
How-to Session 9

Using real-time engagement strategies to tell inclusive stories
- Lanae Spruce, Smithsonian NMAAHC, USA

Friday, April 21
11:00am - 11:50am
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F
Professional Forum 3

Mapping the Territory of Virtual Reality
- Robin White Owen, MediaCombo, Inc., USA, Michael Haley Goldman, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, USA, Susan Poulton, The Franklin Institute, USA

Embracing opportunities and risks in virtual reality
- Brian Dawson, Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation, Canada

Friday, April 21
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
Friday Lunch hosted by Exhibitors

Please join us for the Buffett style lunch hosted by our sponsors and exhibitors inside the Exhibit Hall.  Great opportunities to network with colleagues and find out latest museum technologies from our exhibitors.

Friday, April 21
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F
Grant Opportunities from the Institute of Museum and Library Services

Grant Opportunities from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
- Reagan Moore, IMLS, USA

Friday, April 21
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F
How-to Session 4

Getting your museum into the 3D and VR realm
- Daniel Pett, The British Museum, UK, Jennifer Wexler, British Museum, UK, Thomas Flynn, Museum in a Box., UK

Friday, April 21
1:30pm - 3:00pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Inclusive Design Incubator

Part crit session, part clinic, the Inclusive Design Incubator reviews projects in the works or already completed with the aim of providing advice and support as well as deriving best practices and tips that can be shared by the wider community.

Submit your project to be incubated while space lasts in the program!

Chair: Sina Bahram

Friday, April 21
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F
Professional Forum 4

People First: Building and Leading a Successful Team
- Douglas Hegley, Minneapolis Institute of Art, USA, Brad Dunn, The Field Museum, USA, Susan Poulton, The Franklin Institute, USA

Friday, April 21
1:30pm - 2:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F
Professional Forum 7

Here Be Dragons; Making Maps (and mistakes) in Museums
- John Simoniello, Acoustiguide, USA, Matthew Tarr, American Museum of Natural History, USA, Jennifer Fazekas, Longwood Gardens, USA, Angela Kim, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA, Troy Lachance, Bluecadet, USA

Friday, April 21
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F
How-to Session 11

Successful Projects Start with Better RFPs
- Ray Parrish, Cuberis, USA, Emily Lytle-Painter, Independent, USA, Eric Holter, Cuberis, USA

Friday, April 21
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F
How-to Session 5

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Analytics: 6 modules in 60 minutes
- Angie Judge, Dexibit, New Zealand, Angie Judge, Dexibit, New Zealand, Dacia Massengill, National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA], USA

Friday, April 21
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F
Professional Forum 5

Extending Exhibitions to Historical Journeys through Data [in the Semantic Web]
- Marcia Zeng, Kent State University, USA, Jonathan Ward, J. Paul Getty Trust, USA, Gregg Garcia, J. Paul Getty Trust, USA

Friday, April 21
2:30pm - 3:20pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F
Professional Forum 8

Working Groups that Work
- Meagan Estep, National Gallery of Art, USA, Rosemary Willink, University of Queensland, School of Architecture, Australia, Susan Edwards, The Hammer Museum, USA, Sarah Wambold, Clyfford Still Museum, USA

Friday, April 21
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
Ice Cream Break
Friday, April 21
3:30pm - 4:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F
How-to Session 12

Linked Open Data (LOD) Vocabularies: Querying, Dumping, Re-Using, and Serving
- Marcia Zeng, Kent State University, USA, Gregg Garcia, J. Paul Getty Trust, USA, Jonathan Ward, J. Paul Getty Trust, USA

Friday, April 21
3:30pm - 4:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F
How-to Session 6

Electronic Textbooks for K12 Education: Redesigning Ohio as America for the Modern Classroom
- Ty Pierce, Ohio History Connection, USA

Friday, April 21
3:30pm - 4:20pm
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F
Professional Forum 6

Managing CRM Implementation to Success
- Niki Krause, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Luke McKenzie, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, USA, Allison Fippinger, Independent Consultant, USA

Friday, April 21
3:30pm - 4:20pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F
Professional Forum 9

Strategy 3.0: What is Digital Strategy Now?
- Max Evjen, Michigan State University Museum, USA, Robert Stein, American Alliance of Musuems, USA, Dana Allen-Greil, National Archives, USA, Emily Lytle-Painter, Independent, USA

Friday, April 21
4:30pm - 5:30pm
GLAMi Awards

The Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums Innovation awards (GLAMi) recognizes the best work in by Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums worldwide. Projects are nominated by GLAM professionals and reviewed by a committee of peers.

Nominations open in February 2017. See presentations by the GLAMi finalists on Thursday afternoon, and join the awards presentations before the Conference Reception.

Chair: Steven Beasley

Friday, April 21
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Conference Reception at Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art is one of the world’s most distinguished and comprehensive art museums, and one of northeast Ohio’s principal civic and cultural institutions. During the reception, you get to explore the new Studio Play, use CMA’s ArtLens App throughout the museum and at the Collection Wall, and try out prototypes for the next iteration of Gallery One. Plus, tour the collection and see new exhibitions on view.

Transportation will run between the Conference Hotel and the Museum from 6:00pm to 9:15pm. The Museum is located at 11150 East Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio 44106, in the heart of University Circle.

The museum is a 15-20 minute ride from the Conference Hotel.

Please bring your reception ticket and name tag to enter the museum. Extra tickets for guests are available for purchase at the registration desk.



Saturday, April 22, 2017
Saturday, April 22
8:29am - 5:00pm
Registration 5th F
Registration Open
Saturday, April 22
8:30am - 10:00am
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
Birds of a Feather Breakfast

Enjoy breakfast with colleagues to discuss topics of common interest. Propose a BoF table topic, join the discussions listed here, or start your own table on the day for a breakfast of brainstorming, learning and sharing with experts in the field. Roundtable leaders define the format and content of their sessions, and a small number of tables will be available during the morning session for ad hoc gatherings and discussions.

Task Force on Technical Approaches to Email Archives: Update and Consultation
- Christopher Prom, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Future of MW: Update and Feedback Roundtable Discussion
- Nancy Proctor, MW, USA

Data and Insights
- Angie Judge, Dexibit, New Zealand

Paying It Forward
- Paula Gangopadhyay, Institute of Museum and Library Services, USA

Powering the digital museum
- Wendy Pryor, Museum Victoria, Australia

Saturday, April 22
9:00am - 10:30am
Exhibit Hall (A/B/C) 5th F
Demonstrations II

Presenters demonstrate their projects and case studies in booths in the Exhibit Hall. You have the better part of an hour to see them all, ask questions and discuss the demonstrations that catch your eye, and make new connections with leading practitioners in the field.

Using the LIDO Exchange Format to create an Easy Access Web Interface to generate Input for a Database implementing the CIDOC CRM
- Tobias Baumgaertner, University of Passau, Germany

MuPop - the Museum Pop-up exhibition tool
- Brigitte Jansen, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, The Netherlands

By docents, for docents: we built a training platform using open-source software enabling our docents to self-publish. Now that it’s launched, what are their thoughts?
- Ryan King, Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Asian Art Museum, USA

Virtual Multimodal Museums
- Georgios Giannoulis Giannoulopoulos, University Pompeu Fabra , Spain

Explorer Reimagined: The American Museum of Natural History App
- Catherine Devine, American Museum of Natural History, USA, Matthew Tarr, American Museum of Natural History, USA, Ariana French, American Museum of Natural History, USA

Mobile application to enhance the visiting of a cemeterial museum space: technology for education and culture
- Roberto Padula, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP), Brazil, Renato Folla, USP, Brazil

Visitor-Centric Tours: Participatory Storytelling through iBeacon-enabled Audio Guide
- Elaine Ee, National Gallery Singapore, Singapore, Kevin Lim, National Gallery Singapore, Singapore

Workshop: Hands on with Nodel: Decentralised and open source multimedia control for museums and galleries
- Timothy Hart, Museums Victoria, Australia, Julien de-Sainte-Croix, Museum Victoria, Australia
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VIRTUAL REALITY AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTION. Be there, be back then. #Ullastret3D and VR Experience in HTC Vive and Immersive Room
- Albert Sierra, Agència Catalana del Patrimoni Cultural, Spain, Gabriel de Prado, Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya-Ullastret, Spain, Isis Ruiz Soler, Agència Catalana del Patrimoni Cultural, Espanya, Ferran Codina, Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya, Spain

Records Go Visual: Digitizing, Exhibiting, and Contextualizing Archives from the House of Representatives
- Stephanie Grimes, House of Representatives, Office of Art and Archives , USA, Alison Trulock, U.S. House of Representatives, Office of Art and Archives, USA

Saturday, April 22
10:30am - 12:00pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Lightning Talks I
Chair: Susan Edwards

Journalist vs curator: seven tips to a digital content strategy
- Louise Cohen, Royal Academy of Arts, UK, Nick Sharp, Royal Academy of Arts, UK

Adaptive Content Strategies for Museums: Using Context for a Better Visitor Experience
- Ariana French, American Museum of Natural History, USA

Driving to Digital through Rapid Piloting - A template from the Ontario Science Centre
- Sabrina Greupner, Ontario Science Centre, Canada, Kevin von Appen, Ontario Science Centre, Canada

Photography Encouraged: Reshaping Visitor Photography in Museums
- Jennifer Poleon, Columbus Museum of Art, USA

Experiments in emerging technologies and visitor experience - The Science Museum Group Digital Lab
- Dave Patten, Science Museum, UK

What museums can learn from startups... and vice-versa.
- Brendan Ciecko, Cuseum, USA

History Hub: Join the Apple Support Community for researching history
- Dana Allen-Greil, National Archives, USA

Crafting Digital Content for, with, and by Kids
- Emily Sutter, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA

7 Way To Engage Teens At Your Museum (p.s. it ain't just about Snapchat)
- Samantha Diamond, CultureConnect, USA

What happens when a traditional art museum and garden tests using digital marketing, only, to market an exhibition to decide whether or not to remove traditional marketing from their overall marketing plan?
- Chantal Drake, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, USA

Saturday, April 22
10:30am - 12:00pm
To BYOD, or not to BYOD – that is the question!

For more than a decade, the cultural field has celebrated and feared the power of the personal device, through which audiences can hold digital collections in the palm of their hands and instantly tap into cultural content wherever and whenever they like. Yet reports of the death of the purpose-built audio tour player seem to have been greatly exaggerated: the longest lived and arguably the most financially stable mobile companies around the world still build their businesses around custom hardware and software. Where does that leave museums and cultural attractions trying to decide whether to assume their visitors will bring their own smartphones, or to provide mobile devices on site?

Veterans and newcomers in the field from both sides of this Oxford-style debate will put forward their arguments in response to the motion, “This house holds that BYOD has failed museums,” and respond to questions from attendees. At the end of the session, participants will vote on whether to BYOD or not to BYOD, and we’ll invite written summaries and take-aways to share with the field.

 

Chair: Nancy Proctor

Saturday, April 22
10:30am - 12:00pm
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F
What is digital culture?
Chair: Rosanna Flouty

The ABC’s of Cultural Curating
- Vince Dziekan, Monash University, Australia

Evaluating Impact and Use of Digital Cultural Resources: Lessons from the ScotDigiCH network
- Maria Economou, University of Glasgow, UK

The Effects of Learning Styles and Cultural Background on Understanding the Information Architectures (IAs) of Information Rich Websites
- Cagla Seneler, Yeditepe University, Turkey

Saturday, April 22
10:30am - 12:00pm
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F
What is virtual about accessibility?
Chair: Ranti Junus

What's right with this Picture - How a graphical interface for modern art is meeting the touch of non-sighted visitors.
- Sina Bahram, Prime Access Consulting, Inc., USA, Peter Samis, SFMOMA, USA, Thomas Ryun, Belle & Wissell, Co., USA, Scott Thiessen, Belle & Wissell, Co., USA

Accessibility and Technology - Developing a Virtual Access Tour
- Dr. Mark Osterman, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, USA

Haptic Perception of Digital Images Helping the Blind Visitors
- Keith Qiu, Shanghai Chantey Culture Communication Co Ltd, China, Wenzhen Yang, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, China

Saturday, April 22
10:30am - 12:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F
What's new in Gallery One?

This session will be held at the Cleveland Museum of Art to enable participants to test the new Gallery One prototypes on site.

Chair: Jane Alexander

Using Movement to Captivate: Studio Play as a case study in creating immersive, meaningful experiences by removing the interface.
- Jane Alexander, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Theodore Watson, Design IO LLC, USA, Seema Rao, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA

Saturday, April 22
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch on your own
Saturday, April 22
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Veterans Meeting Room C 5th F
How can we connect online audiences with online collections?
Chair: Jacques Haba

#MuseumLove: Working Together to Promote Local Cultural Institutions
- Kate Meyers Emery, George Eastman Museum, USA, Hannah Barry, Rochester Museum & Science Center, USA

Royal Collection Trust: Presenting The Queen's Art
- Andrew Davis, Royal Collection Trust, UK

DigiBird: on the fly collection integration supported by the crowd
- Chris Dijkshoorn, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Cristina-Iulia Bucur, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Maarten Brinkerink, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands, Sander Pieterse, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, The Netherlands, Lora Aroyo, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands

Saturday, April 22
1:30pm - 3:00pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Lighting Talks II
Chair: Philippe Riviere

How to Make Accessible Social Media Posts
- Sina Bahram, Prime Access Consulting, Inc., USA

Touch & Go: Creating an independent touch tour for low-vision users using 3D printing, tactile sensors, and sound.
- Christine Murray, Antenna International, USA

Displaying the digital: engaging visitors with digital collections with the British Museum's African Rock Art Image Project
- Elizabeth Galvin, The British Museum, UK

FrogID
- Megan Lawrence, Australian Museum , Australia

Project Describe: An experiment in crowdsourcing and accessibility
- Ariana French, American Museum of Natural History, USA

Discarding the Superfluous on the Great CMS Quest
- Courtney OCallaghan, Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution, USA

Running in the hamster wheel: developing and maintaining an engaging online collections hub
- Elaine Macintyre, National Museums Scotland, UK

Choosing rights: before and after your collection goes online.
- Cory Grace, Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Asian Art Museum, USA, Melinda Jane Tomerlin, Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution, USA

Mentoring your multimedia intern
- Ryan King, Smithsonian Freer|Sackler Asian Art Museum, USA

Up close and personal with the Mauritshuis
- Sandra Verdel, Mauritshuis, Nederland, Sandra Verdel, Mauritshuis, Nederland

The Kavli Fulldome Lectures: From Domecasting to VRcasting
- Laura Trouille, The Adler Planetarium, USA, Mark SubbaRao, Adler Planetarium, USA

Saturday, April 22
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Center Street Meeting Rooms A 3rd F
What is a Smart Museum?
Chair: Wendy Pryor

Creating the smart museum: The intersection of digital strategy, kiosks, and native mobile
- Jonathan Lee, Asian Art Museum, USA, Mark Paddon, Guidekick, Inc., USA

Artwork Identification from Wearable Camera Images for Enhancing Experience of Museum Audiences
- Rui Zhang, Hubei University of Arts and Science, China, Yusuf Tas, Australian National University, Australia, Piotr Koniusz, Australian National University, Australia

Exploring Artificial Intelligence in Museums
- Brendan Ciecko, Cuseum, USA

Saturday, April 22
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Veterans Meeting Room B 5th F
What's behind the curtain?

Watchers and Profiles: Unlocking content for every possible use and audience via configurable utilities
- Andrea Bour, The Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Niki Krause, Cleveland Museum of Art, USA

Art Tracks: Using Linked Open Data for Object Provenance in Museums
- David Newbury, Carnegie Museum of Art, USA

The LAKE Experience
- Stefano Cossu, The Art Institute of Chicago, USA, Kevin Ford, Art Institute Chicago, USA

Saturday, April 22
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Veterans Meeting Room D 5th F
Whose worlds?
Chair: Michael Haley Goldman

Augmented and Mixed Reality Design for Contested and Challenging Histories: Postcolonial Approaches to Site-Specific Storytelling
- Maria Engberg, Malmö University, Sweden

Designing Tangible Interactions to Communicate Cultural Continuity: ʔeləw̓k̓ʷ — Belongings, a Tangible Table in c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city at the Museum of Anthropology.
- Reese Muntean, Simon Fraser University, Canada, Kate Hennessy, Simon Fraser University, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Canada

MAMBOKADZI: Reimagining Digital Africa
- Simphiwe Xulu, Something Else Design Studio, South Africa, Simphiwe Xulu, Something Else Design Studio, South Africa

Saturday, April 22
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Registration 5th F
Afternoon Coffee and Tea Break

Come and join us to make your own trail mix at the last break!

Saturday, April 22
3:30pm - 4:30pm
General Session Room (D) 5th F
Closing Plenary

Creating the Visitor-Centered Museum: A Conversation between Peter Samis, Mimi Michaelson, & Carrie Barratt
- Peter Samis, SFMOMA, USA, Carrie Barratt, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA