Entries by Sylvia Petrovic-Majer


Data and visualisation, yesterday, today and tomorrow. These are the topics that Gerhard Sprung, Robert Strohmaier and the Digital Media Technologies team at FH JOANNEUM’s Information Management degree programme have been dealing with again and again in recent years. Be it through the representation of complex data on the web, in apps or in VR, […]

Elena@GLAMhack21: From Open Data to the “Open Museum”?

Most recently, the COVID 19 crisis intensified the focus of cultural institutions on digital offerings. The Belvedere relies, among other things, on its extensive online collection, which is characterised not only by the intensive tagging of the images according to various art-historical rule systems, but also by the quality and quantity of the data. But […]

Christa@GLAMhack21 : Capture – network – use regional treasures

Currently, a total of more than 7,300 objects from 17 museums and collections are presented in noemuseen.at , and with a connection to Kulturpool Austria and Europeana, the objects can also be found on higher-level platforms. Christa Zahlbruckner heads the EU projects I-Cult and Heritage SK-AT at Museumsmanagement Niederösterreich and coordinates the digital collection recording […]

Ulrike@GLAMhack21: Imperfect data and a very different cosmic thought.

“[…] I would like to describe that there is also an added value for the sciences in the other direction and that exciting learning from each other can take place, especially in methodology, e.g. in ArtScience labs. Your [Sylvia Petrovic-Majer] focus is on data and data sharing, and I would assign that to each of […]


“Every technological development is relevant to the field of art and culture. Art and culture should take up, show and use developments.” Markus appreciates experimenting and working freely with new technologies and has implemented numerous AR projects for art and cultural institutions in recent years, such as the Holomuse for the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, the […]

Is it worth it? Let me work it!

Registration has started!   How can work in the arts and culture be rethought and redefined? What can data from cultural heritage do in other fields of work? What knowledge must be available for this? The motto of the cultural hackathon 2021 follows on from previous developments in recent years and deals with questions and […]