Last week, CLIC France organized the 9th edition of the National Encounters Culture and Innovation (s) or RNCI, the unavoidable appointment of professionals of culture and heritage. This year, more than 300 professionals from around the France and the world attended the City of Science and Industry to discuss innovation issues for the preservation, conservation and transmission of culture and heritage.
And we were at the heart of the CLIC LAB event, a space where participants can test digital museum tools that draw on the latest technological innovations. Alongside some of the most innovative companies and projects of the moment such as UMA, Artify, Mosquito, IMA Solution, Smart APPS or Graphic Art and Heritage, we had the honor to present the Bourdelle project.
Philippe Riviere, director of the Paris Communication and Digital Services Department, also presented the project at the roundtable “From the visit to the experience … back on 10 years of in-situ mediation” alongside Agnès Abastado (Monnaie de Paris), Christophe Courtin (Castle of the Dukes of Brittany – Nantes History Museum), Maud Dahlem (Toulouse Museum), Jean-Pascal Marron (Museum of Romanity).
To find the complete program of the day, the list of all the participants and the verbatim (VF) : http://www.club-innovation-culture.fr/rnci-2018-26-septembre-2018-300-participants/#programme