DCDC21 - Catalysts for change: transforming our practices, collections, and communities through times of crisisCatalysts for change: transforming our practices, collections, and communities through times of crisis
|Date:||28 June 2021 to 02 July 2021|
The DCDC21 Conference is inviting submissions to its call for papers: Catalysts for change: transforming our practices, collections, and communities through times of crisis. The deadline to submit to the call for papers has been extended to 22 January 2021.
DCDC21 is a cross-sectoral conference, hosted by The National Archives, RLUK and Jisc, that will bring together colleagues from the GLAMA sectors (galleries, libraries, archives, museums and academia) for a week-long event (28 June - 2 July 2021) to explore how crisis can act as a catalyst for change for collections, and within our cultural organisations.
The conference will examine the impact that crisis can have on working practices, collections, and audience engagement, and consider how cultural heritage organisations can look beyond times of crisis to foster innovation and collaboration in their institutions and communities.
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