We were invited to participate in the panel Digital Cultural Heritage as Public Humanities Collaboration during the 104th Annual Conference of the College Art Association in Washington DC.
Our session MQUADRO: a Platform Model for Cultural Heritage aimed to highlight how the digitalization of cultural heritage provides new forms of access and participation, creating not only virtual communities, but also live ones.
Watch our video presentation:
A platform model for cultural heritage from ADOMultimedia on Vimeo.
Listen to the interview with the panel coordinator, Professor Victoria Szabo, Duke University.
The world Digital Heritage in Washington DC from ADOMultimedia on Vimeo.