DPECH-AEP 2021

Online seminar on Digital Preservation and Education of Cultural Heritage:
Asian – European Perspectives, July 29, 2021

organized by DPECH working group, hosted by The Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam’s Ethnic Groups in Thai Nguyen

In order to update information and share practices of digital preservation and education of cultural heritage in Vietnam, Asia and Europe, The Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam’s Ethnic Groups (MCVE) in Thai Nguyen is collaborating with Vietnam National University, Hanoi – University of Engineering and Technology, Human Machine Interaction Lab, VNU – Vietnam Japan University, European Grants International Academy (EGInA) and CRHACK LAB FOLIGNO 4D to organize the Seminar on “Digital Preservation and Education of Cultural Heritage: Asian – European Perspectives”.

The seminar provides a forum for researchers, policy makers, cultural practitioners, educators, students,… from Vietnam, Asia, Europe and the world to exchange ideas, practices and foster multidisciplinary, multi-area collaborations in the field. We warmly welcome interested people to register and attend the seminar.

Time of the seminar: Thursday, July 29, 2021
14:00-16:00 Hanoi time – 9:00-11:00 Rome time

(Reception and welcoming cultural performance starts from 13:40 Hanoi time, 8:40 Rome time)
Language: English
Location: Online.

Registration fee: Free (deadline for registration: July 28, Hanoi time, please register by clicking Register button below).

For inquiries, please contact the organizing committee at dpech2021@gmail.com

Please kindly note that only registered participants are admitted to the Zoom meeting.
Thank you very much and hope to welcome you at the seminar!
DPECH-AEP Organizing Committee


Agenda

13:40 (Hanoi time) ~ 8:40 Rome time
Zoom meeting is open for joining

13:45 – 14:00
Reception and welcoming performance: Vietnamese Water Puppet Show
Museum of Ethnic Cultures of Vietnam, Thai Nguyen

14:00 – 14:05
Introduction, opening remark
Nguyen Thi Ngan, Director of Museum of Ethnic Cultures of Vietnam, Thai Nguyen

14:05 – 14:55
Session 1
: Digital Preservation and Education of Cultural Heritage, perspectives from Vietnam and Asia
Chairs: Altheo Valentini – General Manager, EGInA, Lu Thi Thanh Le – Lecturer, Vietnam National University Hanoi, Vietnam Japan University

Presentation 1
Vietnam National University – Hanoi, UET’s Human Machine Interaction Laboratory with Vietnamese heritage digitization and promotion
Le Thanh Ha – Head of Vietnam National University Hanoi, University of Engineering and Technology, Human – Machine Interaction Lab
Abstract and Video

Presentation 2
Introduction to the ASEAN Cultural Heritage Digital Archive
Sofiany – Project Officer of the ASEAN Cultural Heritage Digital Archive and and Gladys Hesti Widi Respati, Communication Officer of the ASEAN Cultural Heritage Digital Archive, ASEAN Secretariat
Abstract and Video

Presentation 3
Digitizing Vietnamese Art and Culture: Digital Preservation for Cultural Promotion and Education
Emma Duester – Lecturer, School of Communication & Design, RMIT University Vietnam
Michal Teague – Associate Lecturer – Design, RMIT University Vietnam

Abstract and Video

Presentation 4
Digitizing artifacts at Vietnamese Women’s Museum with photogrammetry
Ondris Pui – Associate Lecturer, RMIT University Vietnam
Abstract and Video

Presentation 5
Collaborative Digital Autoethnography as Inclusive Mode of Knowing: The #kachinlifestories Project
Stan BH Tan-Tangbau – Dr., Independent Researcher, Singapore
Abstract and Video

Presentation 6
Maximum and permanent conservation of cultural heritage basing on digital technology
Pham Thi Thuy Chung – Researcher, Institute for Religious Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
Abstract and Video

Presentation 7
Digitalizing the scientist’s heritage: the case of the Nishimura project
Do Truong Giang – Head of Department of Information and International Cooperation, Institute of Imperial Citadel Studies
Tran Van Quyen – Researcher, Thang Long University, Vietnam

Abstract and Video

14:55 – 15:30
Session 2: Digital Preservation and Education of Cultural Heritage, perspectives from Europe
Chairs: Le Thanh Ha – Head, HMI Lab and Paolo Russo – President, CRHACK Lab Foligno 4D

Presentation 8
Introduction to EGInA’s and Europeana’s activities in digital preservation and education of cultural heritage
Altheo Valentini – General Manager at EGInA, Co-chair at Europeana Education Community
Abstract and Video

Presentation 9
Geography of music in a world heritage city, Cataloguing and mapping the anthropology and history of music
Martín Gómez-Ullate García de León – Profesor/Researcher, University of Extremadura, Ana Mendoza Hurtado, Manuel Rodríguez Palacios, Javier Barra Sanz, PhD Students, University of Extremadura,Spain
Abstract and Video

Presentation 10
Museums and their big data: innovation labs
Milena Dobreva – Dr., Assoc. Prof. at Sofia University St Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria
Abstract and Video

Presentation 11
The digitisation of the National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin
Kelly Fitzgerald – Head of Folklore & Ethnology, University College Dublin, Ireland
Abstract and Video

Presentation 12
The Digital Monument Challenge
Paolo Russo – President, CRHACK Lab Foligno 4D, Italy
Giorgia Marchioni – Lab Manager, CRHACK Lab Foligno 4D, Italy

Abstract and Video

Wrap up presentation sessions
Linn Rasimelli , Project Manager, EGInA, Lu Thi Thanh Le – Lecturer, VNU Vietnam Japan University

15:30 – 15:55
Session 3: Digital Preservation and Education of Cultural Heritage, prospects for upcoming initiatives and collaborations
Facilitators

15:30 – 15:45
Discussion in break out rooms

15:45 – 15:55
Wrap up the discussions

15:55 – 16:00
Closing remark: Closing the seminar and sharing information of upcoming activities
Le Thanh Ha, Head of Human Machine Interaction Lab & Altheo Valentini, General Manager of EGInA, Co-chair of Europeana Education Community

Group photo


Videos