DigiMuse Open Call 2021: Invitation to Submit Your Projects!
The National Heritage Board (NHB) is developing a new web-based heritage experience for visitors to virtually explore the Kampong Gelam precinct and learn more about its history and vibrant culture, through 3D virtual scenes, tours, and much more.
The NHB invites local artists and creators to be part of developing this exciting project! From now till 31 August 2021, we welcome digital project proposals under our annual DigiMuse Presents initiative, which aims to reach out to the wider technology sector to crowdsource ideas and build a vibrant cultural sector.
All project proposals must be submitted electronically to the DigiMuse mailbox (DigiMuse@nhb.gov.sg) by 31 August 2021, 4pm. Find out more about the application guidelines.
DigiMuse Presents: Circuit Breaker Edition – Meet the Creatives
In May 2020, the DigiMuse Presents: Circuit Breaker Edition open call invited all local freelancers, companies, and everyday Singaporeans to share their ideas on how to celebrate our heritage and culture. Hear from six of the shortlisted creatives and learn first-hand about their projects in the DigiMuse Virtual Showcase.
Yours Virtually by Culture Academy featuring Jervais Choo
From the perspectives of three key arts & cultural institutions in Singapore, Jervais Choo from the National Heritage Board, Chris Lee from National Gallery Singapore, and Clarissa Oon from the Esplanade share their approach and experiences on how they creatively integrated technology with the arts experience.
About Yours Virtually
"Yours Virtually" brings together insights from practitioners and organisations, surrounding the journey of having to re-imagine their practices for the digital sphere.
We find out how they have adapted their mediums into virtual formats and what new opportunities have emerged for the community in the arts and culture sector.
For more information on the Culture Academy’s Yours Virtually series, please visit http://www.mccy.gov.sg/cultureacademy/resources/digital-training/Yours-Virtually.
DigiMuse Virtual Conference 2021
Thank you for joining us for the DigiMuse Virtual Conference 2021!
Back in May of 2020, DigiMuse launched the DigiMuse Presents: Circuit Breaker Edition open call for all local freelancers, companies, and everyday Singaporeans to share their exciting ideas on how to celebrate our heritage. Their projects are currently featured in the DigiMuse Virtual Showcase.
For this year’s DigiMuse Virtual Conference 2021, we invited a panel of eleven local creatives participating in the showcase to converse with a wider audience about their innovative insights. The event was open to the public, and we would like to thank our DigiMuse friends for a dynamic panel discussion and Q&A session.
We hope that you enjoyed the conference and look forward to sharing more DigiMuse content with you in the future!
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.
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.
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.
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.
An exploration into Virtual Reality (VR) as the next big thing at the museums, culminating in a showcase and conference on technology's potential..