Deutsches Zeitungsmuseum, Wadgassen, Germany
3-5 September 2010
Collections of today: towards a critical evaluation of your collections
One of the key points was prospective guidelines for collecting material in a graphic museum. Regarding the modern development we still have to identify various factors which have caused change within graphic production and to think about the transition from analogue to digital techniques. Which way turned out to be the right one and which way just led to an impasse? The meeting with aspects of collecting material and evaluating collections.
Johan de Zoete, Museum Enschedé, Haarlem, Netherlands
Towards a critical evaluation of your collections
Stephen Hoskins, Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom
Timeline of Developments in Printing Culture from 1850 to the Digital Age
Susanne Richter, Museum für Druckkunst, Leipzig, Germany
Is there a Future for Printing Museums in the Digital World?
Ervin Nielsen, Danmarks Mediemuseum, Odense, Denmark
Collecting digital techniques in graphic museums (working title)
Andrea De Pasquale, Bodoni Museum, Parma, Italy
Cataloging and preservation of Giambattista Bodoni’s typographic heritage
Roger Münch, German Newspaper Museum, Wadgassen, Germany
“You sexy thing“ – How to present workstation, floppy-disk and wysiwyg in graphic museums.