Webinar: How Museums Are Expanding Their Digital Footprint In The Era Of Web3




11am (GMT+1; London)/ 12pm (GMT+2; Stockholm)/ 6pm (GMT+8; HKT)


Zoom Webinar




Tom Costello, Head of Commercial Income, British Museum; Professor Jeffrey Shaw, Chair Professor of Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University; and Mathieu Wothke, founder, Somewhere Media


Denise Tsui, Managing Editor, Cobo Social

Technological disruption driven by the art world’s digital transformation urges museums to revisit the relevancy of their century-old practices. In the context of this phenomenon, K11 Art Foundation invited Tom Costello from the British Museum, Professor Jeffrey Shaw from the Hong Kong Baptist University, and Mathieu Wothke from a leading curation platform Somewhere Global, to discuss how museums should expand their digital footprint while navigating the Web3 space.

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