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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Catherine Allen, immersive media specialist
Catherine is a BAFTA-winning, immersive media specialist responsible for a range of high profile digital entertainment products and has worked with major brands including Disney, Siemens and the BBC.
Duncan Gough, Tech Lead, V&A
Duncan joined the V&A recently as the Tech Lead, bringing along the experiences of a two-time co-founder of startups in San Francisco and Berlin.
Eva Liparova, Product Manager, V&A
Eva is a product manager at the V&A responsible for defining and delivering all things digital at the museum.
Marleen Hartjes, Special Guest Coordinator, Van Abbemuseum
Marleen is a museum education / mediation developer and as accessibility manager responsible for the Special Guests programme at the Van Abbemuseum, museum of modern and contemporary art in Eindhoven (The Netherlands).
Zak Mensah, Head of Transformation, Bristol Culture, Bristol City Council
Zak is excited about helping Bristol Culture’s 180 person service make a ruckus by focusing on the needs of their 1 Million+ visitors.
Mar Dixon, Digital Maven
Passionate about culture. Champion for the next generation of Cultural visitors. Defender of Libraries. Digital, Wearable Tech Enthusiast. Sharing knowledge. Troublemaker and/or advocate, depending on what you need.
Jo Johnson, Senior Marketing Manager, Digital Communications, London Symphony Orchestra
Jo is the LSO’s Senior Marketing Manager for Digital Communications, with overall responsibility for strategy and content production
Rob Cawston is the Head of Digital Media at National Museums Scotland. He has over 15 years’ experience of creating digital products and leading digital transformation projects in the cultural sector.