This study day will help you answer a question: what new technologies can help create tomorrow’s museum experiences? We are living through an important moment where advances in artificial intelligence are creating a new era of technological possibility – and risk – in front of our eyes, in real-time.
In this workshop you’ll get to understand what AI is, how it works and learn about it’s history in the arts. We’ll look at case studies of emerging applications of AI in museums, and you’ll get the chance to rapidly prototype a new museum digital experience using AI.
The workshop is led by Chris Michaels, founder of Chris Michaels Digital Advisory. He is an advisor and consultant to cultural and creative organisations from a portfolio of startups to Oxford University, UKRI and NESTA. He is a member of the board of English Heritage and the digital advisory board of the National Gallery. Until 2022 Chris was Director of Digital, Communications and Technology at The National Gallery in London where he founded National Gallery X, a creative R+D programme and innovation studio. Chris is a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at King’s College London, has a PhD from the University of Bristol, and an MPA in Innovation and Public Purpose from University College London. He writes a weekly newsletter, “Creative R&D” about emerging intersections of art, ideas and technology.
AI and the Next Wave of Digital Innovation
Study Day, 21 May 2024, London
Book tickets: Click ‘Select options’ below to book your place on the study day. Tickets are available on a sliding scale from £177 – £137. Book with colleagues for multiple delegate discounts. Book your ticket online below or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you prefer to be invoiced.
20% of tickets are available at a reduced rate for museum workers who may often be excluded from training and professional development opportunities, including people of colour, LGBTQ+ and working class members of staff, people with a disability, front of house staff, students, freelancers, those working at small independent museums, and people new to the sector. Reduced rate tickets are £97 – email email@example.com to check availability and to book a ticket at the reduced rate.
Tickets are non-refundable but may be swapped between colleagues at the same organisation and between different study days (if places are available). If the workshop is postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions your ticket remains valid for the rescheduled date.