Culture Geek brings together leading organisations from around the world to share how they are adapting to the changing digital landscape.
Anyone from across the arts and cultural sector currently using digital or who wants to learn more. See who attended our last conference.
Delegates come from a range of organisations, from large venues and museums to small performance groups and individuals working within the cultural sector.
We invite speakers from leading organisations from around the world who are innovators in their field. Take a look at our stellar line up.
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Our 2017 speakers were
Kimberly Drew, Social Media Manager, The Met
Kimberly Drew (a.k.a. @museummammy) has worked for Hyperallergic, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and Lehmann Maupin. She has delivered lectures and participated in panel discussions around the world. Drew is currently the Social Media Manager at The Met.
Patricia Buffa, Head of Digital Communications, Fondation d'entreprise Louis Vuitton
Patricia Buffa is Head of Digital Communications at Fondation d’entreprise Louis Vuitton and has worked at MoMA as a Project Manager, and writer for La Repubblica and Il Sole 24 Ore.
Joe McFadden, Chief Technology Officer, Royal Opera House
Joe is responsible for setting the strategic direction to maintain and strengthen ROH’s sector leadership in technology and digital activity.
Toby Coffey, Head of Digital Development, National Theatre
Toby is currently leading the NT’s Immersive Storytelling initiatives looking at the application of 360 films, VR and installations in compelling methods of storytelling.
Tim Wood, Marketing Director, Rambert
Tim develops the digital activity and online profile of Britain’s national dance company. This has included creating the ‘Sprint’ series of residencies for digital artists and creative technologists, and working on digital media projects in partnership with the BBC, the British Council, The Guardian and The Space.
Oonagh Murphy, Arts Manager, Writer & Lecturer
Dr Oonagh Murphy is an arts manager, writer and lecturer, her research has taken her around the world to explore international best practice on the scalability of emerging technologies for the cultural sector. Oonagh will be the CultureGeek host for the day.