David Fleming and Katie Moffat

First edition - October 2017

In collaboration with MALI, our MEET (Museums: Experiences in Education and Technology) programme featured two renowned UK experts: David Fleming and Katie Moffat.

(Read more about our guests in the final section).

About the conferences:

Emerging topics and future trends in digital and technology (Katie Moffat).

Second edition – November 2017

In collaboration with Espacio Fundación Telefónica, our MEET (Museums: Experiences in Education and Technology) programme featured two renowned experts from the United Kingdom: Jago Cooper and Deyan Dudjic. 

(Read more about our guests in the final section).

About the conferences:

A digital vision of the British Museum (Jago Cooper)

How and Why We Built the New Design Museum? (Deyan Sudjic)

David Fleming, OBE, MA, PhD, AMA

Director of the National Museums Liverpool, described by the BBC as "the most creative organisation in the world". Since 2001, he has been overseeing major projects within the city of Liverpool, including The Future Project, responsible for the renovation of the Walker Art Gallery and World Museum and the opening of the International Slavery Museum. He has overseen the creation and launch of the iconic new Museum of Liverpool, managing to quadruple the number of visitors per year from 700,000 to more than 3.2 million. Fleming has advised more than 40 countries, focusing on museum management and leadership, city museums, museum ethics, heritage management, social inclusion, and human rights.

Katie Moffat

Consultant and expert in cultural digital strategy. She is currently in charge of the Digital area at The Audience Agency. Her most recent projects include the development of digital strategies, research on Internet audiences and multiple workshops on topics such as interaction in social networks, Google Analytics, social analytics, advertising on the web and narrative in social networks. Some of her clients are the British Museum, the Barbican, the Science Museum, the Southbank Centre, the National Theatre, the University of Cambridge Museums, among other museums and cultural organisations in the United Kingdom. Moffat contributed to the book "Manual of Digital Museum Planning" published by Rowman & Littlefield, a guide on digital planning, development and operations for professionals and students of museum management and in the area of ​​the arts.

Jago Cooper

Curator of the Americas in the department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas at the British Museum in London. He has presented two documentary series for the BBC:

Lost Kingdoms of South America (2011): Explore the Chachapoya (Peru), Tiwanaku (Bolivia), Tairona (Colombia) and Chimú (Peru) cultures.

The Inca: Masters of the Clouds (2015): The documentary maker travels through Peru and Ecuador to reexamine and rediscover the origins, achievements and nature of the Inca Empire.

Cooper is a co-author with Prayson D. Sheets of Surviving Sudden Environmental Change: Answers from Archeology (2012). This publication examines how eight different communities of the past located in the Arctic, the equatorial zone, the rainforest and the desert have had to cope with the dangers of climate change from prehistoric times to the present day.

Deyan Sudjic

Director of the Design Museum in London. His career spans journalism, teaching, and writing. Sudjic has published a large number of books on architecture and design, including The Edifice Complex (Penguin, 2006), The Language of Things (Penguin, 2008), Norman Foster: A Life in Architecture (Orion, 2010), Shiro Kuramata (Phaidon, 2013), B is for Bauhaus (Penguin, 2014) and Ettore Sottsass, the Poetry of Things (Phaidon, 2015). The Language of Cities is his most recent book and was published by Penguin in October 2016. In 2000, he was recognised by the UK and awarded the Order of the British Empire.