This project page documents a project currently in progress.
The GLAM exhibition and event in an outreach initiative organized in Lugano in 2014 and aiming at reaching potential GLAM partners in Italian-speaking Switzerland and the north of Italy.
- Target: potential GLAMs partners in Italian-speaking Switzerland and the north of Italy.
- Period: Autumn 2014 (October or November 2014)
- Location: Lugano.
- Promoter: Wikimedia CH (in collaboration with Wikimedia Italia, SUPSI and the team of the project LapisAlp). The initiative also contributes to the project The Alps on Wikipedia.
Objectives and metricsEdit
The project aims at reaching potential GLAM partners in Italian-speaking Switzerland and the north of Italy. More specifically the
- Present important Wikimedia GLAM projects not limited only to Switzerland or Italy. => We expect to present an exhibition of Wiki Loves Monuments winning photos and an exhibition of successful projects related to GLAMs.
- Invite cultural associations, galleries, museums, libraries and archives to the show room, conference and convivial buffet. => The prevision of number of potential participants are around 100 (GLAM, cultural associations and public administrations).
- Open discussions between Wikimedia Italia, Wikimedia Switzerland and SUPSI with GLAMs for potential projects. => We expect the conference to support the establishment of 20 partnerships with GLAMs, cultural associations and public administrations in Ticino, Grigioni, Insubria (Como and Varese and Sondrio) areas (those partnerships will be followed up by Wikimedia Italia, Wikimedia CH and SUPSI and they meet also the expected output of the project The Alps on Wikipedia).
- invitation to local members of cultural institutions and cultural administrations. The invitation to institutions and people specifically focuses on Ticino, Grigioni, Insubria (Como and Varese and Sondrio) areas. Wikimedia Italia is open to extend it also to Milan or other areas.
- exhibition of successful projects related to GLAMs using panels-posters and communication material
- exhibition of Wiki Loves Monuments winning photos
- press conference for LabisAlps donation
- buffet and cultural event with local associations (concert and similar event)
- meetings with local associations and local GLAM
- Exhibition in general (please also refer to Exhibitions
- Checking the space where it is possible to install the photos and the panels (collecting photos and dimensions)
- Checking how to install the photos (materials, lights, equipment available and equipment needed, possibility to hang)
- Multimedia installations for an interactive experience
- Exhibition of Wiki Loves Monuments winning photos
- Collecting the photos (CH and Italy)
- Preparing or checking the captions
- Exhibition of tools
- Tools owned by Wikimedia (Wikidata, etc.)
- collaboration with the department of Innovative technologies of SUPSI
- Exhibition of successful projects related to GLAMs
- List of relevant projects we want to present
- Definition of the format Poster design
- Asking for help to produce the presentations/case studies
- Editing of the documentation in English
- Translation of the documentation in Italian/German/French/English
- Editing of the document in Italian/German/French/English
- Printing the posters
- Defining how to install the posters
- Material of successful projects related to GLAMs
- Use the abstract or a short summary to prepare the booklets
- Definition of the guest speakers
- Detailed program
- Creation of some events around it (like aperos)
- List of potential GLAMs and relevant people in Italian-speaking Switzerland
- List of potential GLAMs and relevant people in north of Italy
- Preparation of a kit to send them (booklet + program + invitation)
- Press communicate
- Sending the press communicate
- Personal contacts with the institutions
- Collaboration with institutions to communicate the event
- Ilario Valdelli, project coordinator and promoter; community manager in the Italian-speaking Switzerland for Wikimedia CH
- Emma Tracanella, Wiki Loves Monuments project manager
- Iolanda Pensa, researcher at SUSPI
- Geek Girls Ticino