27.09 Wednesday

9:00-11:00

9:00-11:00

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Participants in this two-hour workshop will learn how to start and develop Open GLAM projects – based on making an institution’s digital resources available in an open way – and how users of digital content can become co-creators and partners of the institution.
[ Museums ]

10:00-13:00

10:00-13:00

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

How can we bring to light the stories that are hidden inside other people? How can we show a group’s diversity, richness and uniqueness? How can meetings with a person inspire projects, exhibitions, educational programmes? Artist and researcher Stratis Vogiatzis, one of the creators of the five-year project Caravan (Greece) – a travelling tent/performative space – will discuss these questions, and his own experiences.
[ Museums ]

10:00-13:30

10:00-13:30

National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute

The New York Times is setting the trend when it comes to digital storytelling. What’s the recipe for success in creating online content? How can we tell a story in a captivating way? How do we reach the audience? A workshop for journalists, digital artists and web designers will be led by Rodrigo de Benito Sanz, a media designer and developer at the Times.
[ INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING ]
Fully booked!

10:10-13:00

10:10-13:00

Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology

Today, as digital narratives have developed, interactive fiction, narrative design and game design all have armouries of sophisticated techniques. But some of the most interesting projects of the last decade have come out of the overlap between these related fields - using mechanical underpinnings to add emotional heft to an interactive narrative, rather than just just layering story on game.
Speaker:
[ Video Games ]

12:00-18:00

12:00-18:00

The National Library

This meeting is targeted at representatives of cultural institutions, scholars and students working in the area of digital humanities, IT, software developers, collectors and all people interested in the application of new technologies in culture and science.
[ DIGITISATION ]

13:00-14:00

13:00-14:00

Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology

In this workshop we will explore and outline how best to approach a pitch. You will discover what publishers and investors expect from your pitch, and how to increase your chances of success in securing funds for your project.
Speaker:
[ Video Games ]

13:00-17:00

13:00-17:00

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Do you want to use Wikipedia to spread the word about a museum or archive’s collections? If you’re wondering how to launch and run such a project at your institution, at this workshop you’ll get all the information you need to begin. Participants will create a wikiproject together, from A to Z.
Speakers:
[ Museums ]

14:30-19:00

14:30-19:00

National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute

During a four-hour masterclass with creative duo The Kissinger Twins, you’ll explore the creative process for online interdisciplinary projects. The artists will describe their experiences creating internationally recognised artistic and commercial work.
[ INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING ]
Fully booked!

14:45-19:00

14:45-19:00

National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute

If you’re interested in digital culture but don’t have experience with code, this workshop is a way to become familiar with it. You’ll learn how the tools you use, and the digital artistic projects you experience, are made. During a practical introduction to coding, you’ll get a feeling for how code is becoming a material for designers. Join us to seek an answer to the question of what generativity is. We’ll also ask a few more: about the consequences of generativity and the potential of the practices associated with it.
Speakers:
  • Aleksandra Janus,
  • Alek Tarkowski,
  • Mirosław Filiciak,
  • Wiesław Bartkowski,
  • Michał Piasecki
[ Museums, Video games, Interactive storytelling ]