Can virtual connections and digital media yield tangible benefits for heritage resources? Dale Kronkright says “yes.” And, that’s based on his experience as head of conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe New Mexico. In this interview, he’ll talk about the Georgia O’Keeffe Imaging Project. The project field-tested three technologies in “Computational Imaging” and brought its audiences along for the ride with real-time updates on the social web. Their approach was profoundly effective, without being too complex from the production standpoint. There’s a takeaway here for most any heritage project.
If you’d like to learn more about the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, the Imaging Project, or Dale, visit:
GOK Conservation: http://www.okeeffemuseum.org/conservation.html
Project blog: http://okeeffeimagingproject.wordpress.com/
Dale on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GOKConservator
Other links mentioned in this episode:
“Digital Heritage Planning” A strategy kit with use cases and best practices for demystifying goals, objectives and tactics: