The Sydney Culture Data Salon is a bi-monthly meet-up for cultural workers interested or involved in the use of cultural data.
The Salon provides a unique forum to share experiences, strategies and tools. With invited talks and discussions, this series explores how data-led research and innovation can inform strategic planning and daily decision making.
Indigenous Data Sovereignty
September 25th 2020, 12.30pm, online.
The next Salon will be led by Nathan Sentance and Jazz Money, exploring a range of issues including the digitisation of Indigenous cultural objects, stories and knowledges and decolonial approaches to archival practices and institutions.
Please register here.
Data Salon #7
June 26, 2020Data driven decision making for a post COVID transition, with the Australian Council and Sydney Opera House.
Data Salon #6
May 1, 2020Cultural data responses to COVID, with the Casula Powerhouse and Art Gallery of NSW.
Data Salon #5
Feb 28, 2020Location responsive museum interpretation, with the Hyde Park Barracks (Sydney Living Museums).
Data Salon #4
Dec 6, 2019Digitisation at scale, with The Powerhouse (Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences).
Data Salon #3
Sep 27, 2019#NewSelfWales by the numbers - mixing user and collection data, with the State Library of NSW.
Data Salon #2
Jul 26, 2019Social data and CRM (cutsomer relationship management) practices, with the Art Gallery of NSW.
Data Salon #1
May 31, 2019Workshop to establish future data salon topics, hosted by UNSW Art & Design.
Email the conveners at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask a question, suggest a topic or offer to host.