Digital cultural heritage is a new field of study that seeks to creatively disrupt and transform heritage practices using contemporary digital technologies.
This live symposium will explore the definitions, opportunities, and future directions of the field by drawing on architectural project examples in Japan and Australia.
Bringing together scholars who are engaging with a range of digital technologies to augment the accuracy, scope, sustainability, and interpretive possibilities of cultural heritage documentation and representation.
You can find information about the speakers and the Symposium schedule here.
A webinar link will be sent prior to the event to registered guests.