Join Us: DigiMuse Virtual Conference 2021

How do we breathe life into Singapore’s rich cultural heritage through technology and innovation?

We would like to invite you to the Digimuse Virtual Conference 2021 via Zoom on the 27th and 28th of January, from 3.00pm – 4.30pm SGT. Hear from a panel of eleven local creatives who responded to the exceptional DigiMuse Presents: Circuit Breaker Edition open call, and who imagined new ways of inviting history, culture, and personal stories to our homes.

Learn first-hand about their exciting projects, including a time travelling pixel role-playing game, Augmented Reality filters, escape room chatbots, and videos teaching you how to bake your own edible artefacts.

RSVP here now.




About DigiMuse

The DigiMuse programme was initiated in 2017 and aims to engage the wider technology sector to crowd source ideas to enhance museum experiences, and build a vibrant cultural sector

Through a series of Open Calls, DigiMuse invites artists, technologists and culture professionals to co-create projects, and provide considered interventions that showcase the wonderful possibilities of integrating culture and technology in our museums.

Past projects

Previous projects from the DigiMuse programme include experiences in conserving and excavating artefacts in immersive reality, dynamic conversations enabled by artificial intelligence, the creation of intelligent garments, and many more.

DigiMuse 2019

This edition of DigiMuse Presents explores the coming together of art, culture and technology through the use of new creative tools. The featured art installations utilise technology such as immersive reality, robotics, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, social media and many more.

DigiMuse 2018

Discover hidden stories and learn more about the fascinating artefacts at the National Museum of Singapore through a wide range of prototype projects. These include new experiences in immersive reality, dynamic conversations enabled by artificial intelligence and more.

DigiMuse 2017

An exploration into Virtual Reality (VR) as the next big thing at the museums, culminating in a showcase and conference on technology's potential..