• Regional Digital Forum

The Gisborne NDF Regional Forum is happening on Wednesday 11 September 2019 at TŌNUI Collab, Gisborne.

This is a great opportunity to meet colleagues in the GLAM, IT and Cultural Heritage sectors, share your ideas, ask questions about the digital work of museums, libraries, archives and galleries, and to find people trying to solve the same problems as you.

What is it?

Most of the day will be in ‘unconference’ style, where we plan out sessions on the day. Bring your questions, suggestions, ideas for discussion topics and an open mind.

We plan to have a presentation or two but we mainly want to get together and discuss needs, projects and ideas in our sector. If there is something you wish to hear about, let us know! If there is something you want to share, let us know!

Who is it for?

Anyone who works in the GLAM sector (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums), anyone who produces digital media projects for this sector (web developers, app makers etc) or anyone with an interest in these areas.

When is it?

Wednesday 11 September 2019, starting at 9.30am.

We’ll have a break for morning tea and a break for lunch, but we can be flexible about the end time but are hoping to wrap up before 3pm unless the conversation is really buzzing.

Where is it?

TŌNUI Collab, Shed 3, 48 Esplanade, Gisborne

https://www.tonuicollab.com/

How much does is cost?

It’s FREE! But please register so we know how much tea and coffee to organize.

Where can I register?

You can register on line; Fill out form or just reply to this email to say you are attending.

Know someone that may be interested?

Please pass this email on.

Can’t get to Gisborne? Don’t worry there will be a series of similar events throughout the country. See the NDF website for details.

Hope to see you there.

We welcome ideas for new projects and exhibitions so if you have something in mind, please get in touch – we would love to hear from you!

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