The Teema 13 Seminar was held at the Ateneum Art Museum, which I attended online following the various lectures, videos and tweets. The seminar discussed the availability and usability of public information and cultural heritage materials. One of the tasks of museums is of providing information about cultural heritage openly to the public,  so how can this be best organized and managed in a changing world?
There was lecture presentations by: Fredrik Svanberg, (Head of Research at the National Historical Museums Sweden): Museum collecting as infrastructure for social diversity and inclusion; Juha-Heikki Tihinen, (Art Historian/Curator, Pro Artibus): (Public Collections or How to Diagnose Past? ); Sanna Marttila (Aalto ARTS): Right to an open culture; Maarten Brinkerink(NL Institute): Open Data Culture: Opening up GLAM Data Bottom up; Lizzy Jongma (Rijksmuseum, NL) : The Art of being Open; Sanna Hirvonen and Janne Heinonen of Kiasma.
A Panel discussion was broadcast live via webcast from Ateneum Hall. The topic of discussion was about the right to collections? Who has the right to use or make use of collections? Should museums materials be openly accessible to all and can be utilized freely? Panel led by Culture for All Service Project Manager Rita Paqvalén and others were involved in the discussion:Vesa Hongisto, Archives and Information Services Department, National Board of Antiquities; Esko Nummelin, director of the Museum, Pori Art Museum; Kalle Kallio, director of the Museum, the Workers’ Museum Werstas; Sanna Marttila, Project Director, Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture.
Twitter Discussion on Storify: Museoalan Teemapäivät järjestettiin jälleen Ateneumissa 7.2.-8.2.2013. Tänä vuonna näkökulma laajeni ensimmäistä kertaa koskemaan koko museokenttää. Aiheenamme oli Oikeus kokoelmiin!

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