PROGRAMME

Programme is using EEST time zone.

SUNDAY, MAY 22

Registration desk is open 11 AM to 9 PM.

Work group meetings

14:00-15:30 & 16:00-17:30Documentation StandardsEODEM session with software vendors.
Target audience: representatives of software providers that have implemented or are interested in implementing EODEM in their systems.
Facilitators: Rupert Shepherd, Richard Light, Maija Ekosaari.
Project lead Rupert Shepherd will present the current status and results of the CIDOC Documentation Standards Working Group’s EODEM project. There will be a presentation on first implementations of EODEM in several collections management systems. Active working group members will be on hand to give some first hand insights into implementing EODEM in various collections management systems.
Please contact Rupert Shepherd here if you haven’t received an e-mail invitation by 30 April.
Invitations only. Online.
14:00-15:30 & 16:00-17:30CRM Introductory Tutorial to the CRM (Conceptual Reference Model).On-site, Maarjamäe Palace
14:00-15:30LIDOIn this session updates on the LIDO development will be given and discussed: Since the last CIDOC conference further work has been carried out in particular with the related LIDO Terminology and in terms of quality assurance of LIDO datasets. Additional material will be presented together with the final release of LIDO v1.1.The session is for free.
Please register by May 20 to get the link of the Zoom meeting.
Register here.
16:00-17:30LIDORecently, several LIDO profiles have been developed, such as the genre-specific LIDO profile “Painting and Sculpture” or the LIDO application profile “EODEM”. In this session, the current status of the development of LIDO profiles will be presented and possibilities for collaboration in the development of further LIDO profiles will be discussed.The session is for free.
Please register by May 20 to get the link of the Zoom meeting.
Register here.
16:00-17:30Information CentresWe are a loose network of organisations (or groups), which support documentation, in different countries around the world. We aim to introduce ourselves to the participants to the conference.Hybrid. Film Museum. ZOOM meeting LINK. Password: cidoc
20:00DOMINODOMINO stands for DocumentandO Museu IberoamericaNO aims at disseminating and strengthening the work of CIDOC into our Spanish-Portuguese speaking communities in order to enrich the international community and increase professionalization globally.Online. ZOOM meeting LINK
Password: cidoc
15:00Intangible Cultural HeritageThe ICH WG will carry forward the discussion and work on issues of Documentation and access of information in the field of ICH. The group will work towards generating the vocabulary of ICH.Online. ZOOM meeting LINK
Password: cidoc

OPENING RECEPTION

18:00Welcome speeches: Jaanus Rohumaa, Chief Executive Officer of Estonian History Museum; Linda Lainvoo, Acting Director General of National Heritage Board of Estonia.
Music: Duo Ruut
Maarjamäe Palace

MONDAY, MAY 23
Planning and implementing strategies

Registration desk is open 9 AM to 5 PM.

11:00 / Conference opening / Estonian Film Museum

SESSION 1 // Estonian Film Museum

11:15-11:50Lighting the Campfire – A Low-Tech Approach for MuseumsMika Nyman Minar AI Artificial Intelligence Technologies LtdOn-site
11:50-12:25SKOS vocabulary without SKOS training. A tool for everyoneMyrto Koukouli, Akrivi Katifori, Yannis Ioannidis Athena Research and Innovation Center, University of AthensOn-site
12:25-12:45An art historian reflection on digital curationBéatrice Gauvain University of BaselOnline
12:45-13:00Digitising to Increase the Visibility of CollectionsLara Corona Universitat Internacional de CatalunyaOn-site

PARALLEL SESSION 1 // Maarjamäe Palace

11:15-11:50A challenge of the Italian University Museums Network: educating to scientific culture through digital technologiesElena Corradini Università di Modena e Reggio EmiliaOnline
11:50-12:25inDICEs: Self-Assessment and Monitoring of Digital Transitions in the MuseumFred Truyen CS Digital KU Leuven; Rasa Bočytė Netherlands Institute for Sound & VisionOn site
12:25-13:00Formulating archival description from the personal correspondences of Ananda Coomaraswamy from the IGNCA Cultural ArchivesShilpi Roy Indira Gandhi National Centre for the ArtsOnline
13:00 / Lunch break / Estonian Film Museum

SESSION 2 & KEYNOTE // Estonian Film Museum

14:00-14:45KEYNOTE: The Three Platforms of a modern museumJill Cousins Director & CEO of The Hunt Museum, Ireland. Founder of EuropeanaOn-site
14:45-15:20State of documentation in Iberoamerica preliminary resultsTrilce Navarrete Erasmus University RotterdamOn-site
15:20-15:40Digital presence and omnichannel approach for the promotion of the artistic and historical itineraries of Castelli ceramics. 
Eko Saputra University of TeramoOn-site

PARALLEL SESSION 2 // Maarjamäe Palace

14:45-15:20Bridging the gap between internal museum systems and community knowledge using the ResearchSpace knowledge systemDominic Oldman, Diana Tanase, Cristina Giancristofaro British Museum; Artem Kozlov Kartography Community Interest CompanyOnline
15:20-
15:30
Terms of the Brazilian context in the Getty Vocabularies. Poster presentation.Camila A. da Silva Graduate Intern in the Vocabulary ProgramOnline
15:40 / Coffee break / Estonian Film Museum

SESSION 3 // Estonian Film Museum

16:10-16:45Using Anti-Racist Change Management Techniques in Digital Transformation at the Fine Arts Museums of San FranciscoAdele Barbato Fine Arts Museums of San FranciscoOn-site
16:45-17:20Collaborative Document Management: The CIDOC ApproachStephen Stead Paveprime LtdOn-site

PANEL // Maarjamäe Palace

16:40-18:40Asian panelThe socio-cultural diversity of the Asian region is vast and the cultural heritage rich & age old. Built heritage, Museum collections and intangible cultural heritage in Asian countries is varied representing a vast variation of time periods, regions, material, techniques, knowledge systems and so on. Regions, communities and museums of Asia are gradually emerging as meeting grounds of tradition and digital technology. Tendency of Asian societies to retain the tradition while embracing the future is coming useful in developing and adopting newer strategies for documentation of cultural heritage. Asian Discussion Forum at CIDOC 2022 aims to tap into such learning experiences & ideas while keeping a keen ear for challenges regarding the future of documentation of cultural heritage.Hybrid.
Register here. LINK to the ZOOM meeting.

SOCIAL EVENT

19:00-21:00Journey in a UNESCO World Heritage complex, a fortifcation tower which includes the oldest medieval shipwreck found in Estonia, an impressive exhibition of ship models, and exciting interactive solutions. Winner of the best permanent exhibition in Estonia 2020.
Snacks and wine on the roof terrace.
From conference venuse take a bus no 5 (Männiku) to Viru stop, then it’s 11 minutes by foot along the Aia Street.
Estonian Maritime Museum Fat Margaret // Pikk 70

TUESDAY, MAY 24
Future of documentation

Registration desk is open 10 AM to 5 PM.

SESSION 1 // Estonian Film Museum

10:00-10:35A ResearchSpace knowledge system for digital architectural representations in Cultural HeritageElisabetta Caterina Giovannini DAD Politecnico di TorinoOn-site
10:35-11:10What is in the pictures vs what has been described in the museum record. 10+1 years of experience with crowdsourcing platform Ajapaik and what next?
Vahur Puik Estonian Photographic Heritage SocietyOn-site
11:10-11:45Document networking In the family as the smallest social unitAli Rangchian, Soosan Amanollahi Semnan UniversityOnline. Pre-recorded.
11:45-12:05Digital Archives as Resources for Artistic Inspiration and ProductionCheeyun Kwon Hongik UniversityOnline

PARALLEL SESSION 1 // Maarjamäe Palace

9:30-11:00Spectrum Special Session: Spectrum is the most widely used collections management standard in the world. It is available online in: Arabic, Spanish, French, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish and Swedish. More countries are working on their versions. It is also the basis for the design of the major commercially available collections management systems (CMS) software.
Organised by Gordon McKenna, Standards Manager, Collections Trust, United Kingdom, this session will look at: work on changes to Spectrum which will make the information that museum record and use more inclusive; a toolkit for the documentation of digital collection objects; the progress on translating Spectrum in other countries.
The session will also include a discussion where attendees, particularly those who are not familiar with the standard, are encouraged seek answers to their questions.
Presentation by Sophie Walker: A Toolkit for managing digital collections: Developing an approach to managing and documenting acquired digital collection objects
Gordon McKenna Collection Trust; Sophie Walker London Museum Documentation Network
Onsite
11:00-12:00Getty Vocabulary Program: New Content, Editorial Issues, and Technical Updates. The Getty Vocabularies are a group of five multilingual vocabularies used as structured terminologies for cataloging and indexing art and cultural objects around the globe. They are free and openly accessible online, they are available in multiple formats as downloads, and as Linked Open Data. They expand and grow based on contributions from museums and other institutions, content editors based at the Getty Research Institute, and translation projects in various countries. Jonathan Ward, Senior Editor, will present an update on new content and related issues, including major contributions from 2020-2022 from various institutions, updates on translation projects, improvements to the Vocabularies’ OpenRefine reconciliation tool, and current issues such as biased terminologies. Gregg Garcia, Software Architect at Getty Digital, will present a pre-recorded presentation on important changes to the Vocabularies’ linked open data site and the implementation of Linked.Art for JSON serializations.Jonathan Ward, Senior Editor at J. Paul Getty Trust; Gregg Garcia, Software Architect at J. Paul Getty Trust

Online. Pre-recorded presentations.
12:05 / Lunch break / Estonian Film Museum

SESSION 2 // Estonian Film Museum

13:05-13:40Knowledge accumulating and clustering in khirinAkihiro Kameda, Sakiko Kawabe, Makoto Goto National Museum of Japanese HistoryOnline
13:40-14:15Visualizing cultural heritage – Visual approaches to modeling and presenting multimodal dataDr Linda Freyberg, Giacomo Nanni University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, UCLABOn-site
14:15-14:50Rainstones, rivers, and relationality: developing polyvocal collections documentationMike Jones Australian National UniversityOnline
14:50-15:10Reimagining Performance Art HistoriesErin Walter University of GlasgowOnline

PARALLEL SESSION 2 // Maarjamäe Palace

13:05-13:40Consistent, Clear, Concise: Machine-Actionable Metadata DocumentationRobert Sanderson Yale University; George Bruseker Takin Solutions; Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass Yale Center for British ArtOnline
13:40-14:15Mapping Heritage: A Case Study of the Use of CIDOC-CRM at the National GalleryOrla Delaney, Joseph Padfield The National GalleryOnline
14:15-14:50Traditional catalogues and digital possibilities: the National Gallery’s online catalogues projectRupert Shepherd The National Gallery; Jeremy Ottevanger Sesamoid ConsultingOnline
15:10 / Coffee break / Estonian Film Museum

SESSION 3 // Estonian Film Museum

15:40-16:00Metadata politics: Europeana Data Model and the Europeanisation of Heritage InstitutionsCarlotta Capurro Utrecht UniversityOnline
16:00-16:20Tools for a COVID Friendly Approach to CIDOC-CRM MappingJoseph Padfield, Orla Delaney The National GalleryOnline
16:20-16:40PAGODE – Europeana China: understanding what is Chinese heritage in Europe to curate digital collections of cultural heritageValentina Bachi PHOTOCONSORTIUM; Antonella Fresa Promoter srl; Nataša Vampelj Suhadolnik, Maja Veselič University of Ljubljana – Department of Asian StudiesOnline
16:40-17:00Documenting the physical object for a digital outcomeJenny Greiner Chester BeattyOnline

Work group meetings

16:00-17:30Introduction to EODEMIntroduction to The Exhibition Object Data Exchange Model (EODEM).
In a normal year, museum staff manually copy the details of thousands of objects from their databases and send them to other museums that wish to borrow those objects. The borrowing museums’ staff then manually copy those details back into their own systems. The CIDOC Documentation Standards Working Group’s EODEM project aims to make the whole process much quicker and simpler, by establishing a framework that will enable museum databases to export an object’s data from one system at the press of a button, and import that data into another system as easily as possible.
Project Lead Rupert Shepherd will explain the project’s working principles and current status; selected collections management system vendors will demonstrate how the model works in their systems; and members of the team will answer questions from attendees.
Hybrid. Open to all interested, newcomers welcome. Maarjamäe Palace Fireplace Hall
LINK to ZOOM meeting, passcode: CIDOC
16:00-17:30Linked Art and LIDOIn this session the state of work of the Linked Art WG and the LIDO WG concerning the adoption of LIDO data to Linked Art is presented and possible future ways of collaboration of the WGs are discussed. The session is for free.
Please register by May 20 to get the link of the Zoom meeting.
Register here.
16:00-17:30Exhibition and Performance DocumentationExhibition and Performance Documentation will have a meeting at CIDOC 2021 annual conference to present the new WG chair, the WG plan and aims for the next two years and to look for interested CIDOC members and conference attendees in exhibition and performance documentation that can help us to identify related existing initiatives, establishing partnerships and collaborate in the WG topics.Hybrid. Film Museum meeting room. LINK to ZOOM meeting, passcode: CIDOC
16:00-17:30Museum Process Implementation.
Museum Process Implementation. Introduction into the topics covered by the working group and discussion of future activities.
Online. LINK to ZOOM meeting, passcode: CIDOC

SOCIAL EVENT

17:45-20:3017:45 bus departs from the conference site. Tour of the Sassi-Jaani barn-dwelling and the apartment building of Estonian dairy barn workers built in the 1960s. Winner of the best permanent exhibition in Estonia 2021.
Degustation of Estonian national dishes and ciders.
20:30 bus ride back to the city centre.
Estonian Open Air Museum

WEDNESDAY, MAY 25
A wonderland of digital technology

Registration desk is open 10 AM to 5 PM.

SESSION 1 // Estonian Film Museum

10:00-10:35museum4punkt0 – joint project on digital tools and aplications for museumsFreya Schlingmann, Head of central project management at museum4punkt0On-line
10:35-10:55Language Technology Resources for Persian in a Museum ContextMika Nyman Minar AI Artificial Intelligence TechnologiesOn-site
10:55-11:30Exploring the engagement practices of museum visitors with digital heritagePille Runnel, Agnes Aljas Estonian National MuseumOn-site
11:30-11:55Digitized collective memories – Latvian NMKK, Finnish FINNA, Estonian MuIS: opportunities and challenges of data aggregationMaija Spurina Latvian Academy of CultureOn-site
11:55 / Lunch / Estonian Film Museum

SESSION 2 // Estonian Film Museum

13:00-13:45KEYNOTE: Web 3.0, culture and heritageProf Indrek Ibrus Tallinn UniversityOn-site
13:45-14:20Linking physical and digital world – speeding up inventory and digitisation processHembo Pagi, Andres Uueni ArchaeovisionOn-site
14:20-14:55Big Data Characteristics: recognizing the potential in Museum DataStephen Stead Paveprime Ltd & Delving BV; Jonathan Whitson Cloud Horniman Museum and GardensOn-site
14:55 / Coffee break / Estonian Film Museum

SESSION 2 // Estonian Film Museum

15:25-16:00Algorithms study museum objects: using a machine learning model to assess the preservation of museum objectsKurmo Konsa Pallas University of Applied Sciences; Meri Liis Treimann STACC (Software Technology and Applications Competence Center); Kristiina Piirisild The National Heritage BoardOnline
16:00-16:35Connecting diverse humanities datasets with CIDOC-CRMErin Canning LINCS (Linked Infrastructure for Networked Cultural Scholarship)Online
16:35-16:50Use of Artificial Intelligence and Edge-Computing in the Museum DomainWalter Koch, Gerda Koch AIT Angewandte Informationstechnik Forschungsgesellschaft mbHOnline
16:50-17:10Why is the dog green? Using a chatbot interface to find out what museum visitors really want to knowLouise Schubotz, Oliver Gustke Linon Medien; Aaron Ruß, Dr. Stefan Schaffer German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)Online

PANEL // Estonian Film Museum

19:30-21:30Iberoamerican panelPanel holds a keynote presentation by Marcela Covarrubias entitled “Documentation, archives, and exhibition design”, followed by contributions by ICOM Argentina, ICOM Brazil, ICOM Chile, ICOM Guatemala, ICOM Mexico, ICOM Portugal, ICOM Spain and IC ICEE (Exhibitions Exchange) to discuss the strategies to support symbiosis between exhibition design and documentation.IN SPANISH
ZOOM LINK is here, passcode: CIDOC. Register here.

SOCIAL EVENT

19:00-21:00Tour of the permanent exhibition “Freedom Without Borders” – exhibition about occupation, resistance,
freedom, and recovery.
Vabamu Museum of Occupations and Freedom // Toompea 8

THURSDAY, MAY 26
Cultural heritage in the time of crisis

Registration desk is open 10 AM to 5 PM.

SESSION 1 // Estonian Film Museum

10:00-12:00Annual General MeetingOn-site Maarjamäe Fireplace Hall
and on-line.
ZOOM link is HERE, password CIDOC
12:00 / Lunch / Estonian Film Museum

SESSION 2 // Estonian Film Museum

13:00-13:45KEYNOTE: Safeguarding Heritage in a Digital Domain in Times of ConflictAparna Tandon, Senior Programme Leader, First Aid and Resilience for Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis | Sustaining Digital Heritage. Programmes Unit, ICCROM
On-line
13:45-14:20
Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO): An Archiving Race Against Time
Andreas Segeberg, SUCHO team volunteerOnline
14:20-14:55The 4CH EU project and the SUM (Save the Ukraine Monuments) initiativeProf. Franco Niccolucci, Technology Director 4CHOn-line
14:55 / Coffee break / Estonian Film Museum

PANEL // Estonian Film Museum

16:00-17:00Closing panelTrilce Navarrete, Gordon McKenna, Indrek Ibrus, Aparna Tandon (online), Manvi Seth (online)Hybrid

SOCIAL EVENT

19:30-22:30Kalamaja community museum has been a joint project with the people living in the area. Tour of the permanent exhibition “A Village in the Middle of the City. Stories about Kalamaja”.
DJ, snacks and wine.
Kalamaja Museum and garden // Kotzebue 16