Exactly two weeks ago the Public Spaces conference Towards a Common Internet took place. The Hybrid Events table session particularly discussed online/offline event constellations: their opportunities, pitfalls, platforms, and experiments.
With the goal of getting to know one another’s research and programming, Monique van Dusseldorp (Future of Events), Wilja Jurg (Tetem Kunstruimte Enschede), Lilian Stolk (The Hmm), Johan Oomen (Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid), Maaike Verberk (DEN – kennisinstituut cultuur&digitalisering), Klasien van de Zandschulp (interactive artist & designer van o.a. Distance Disco) and Marijn Bril (this Going Online series, Institute of Network Cultures) virtually joined the round table under the moderation of Leonieke Verhoog.
What do public cultural, media and heritage organizations actually need to reach their audience and how do they do that in these digital times?