***DUE TO THE STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE COUNTRY THE WORKSHOP IS POSTPONED***
You are kindly invited to participate in a two-day international workshop “Opportunities in digital exploration of medieval shipwrecks”, which will be held in Tallinn, Estonia on 22-23 April 2020.
The workshop will be based on a recent find – a medieval cog, unearthed from Tallinn and currently exhibited at Fat Margaret.
The aim of the workshop is to discuss, in a practical manner, the digital methods that have been used to research the cog and its artefacts but will also explore new technologies to use in the future. In the freshly renovated Fat Margaret building complex, many historical topics are brought to the visitors by the means of various digital aids. For conclusion, are the digital methods used for public outreach profoundly different from those that are used for research purposes?
The event is organized by the Estonian Maritime Museum and will be held at the National Library of Estonia, and the two venues of the museum: Seaplane Harbour and Fat Margaret.
More about the cog: https://meremuuseum.ee/paksmargareeta/en/for-history-and-maritime-buffs/the-cog/
Fee: 40 euros (students: 20 euros)
Registration now open: https://meremuuseum.ee/en/digital-archaeology-workshop/
Illustration: Ale Torkkel, Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
National Library of Estonia, Cupola Hall (Tõnismägi 2, Tallinn)
Moderator: Õnne Mets (Estonian Maritime Museum)
9:10 – 9:30 Coffee and registration (Cupola Hall)
9:30 – 9:40 Opening speech by Urmas Dresen (Estonian Maritime Museum)
9:45 – 10:25 Keynote lecture: The IJsselcog Project: From Excavation to 3D Reconstruction (Wouter Waldus, ADC ArcheoProjecten, The Netherlands)
10:30 – 11:05 Underwater Cultural Heritage in Estonia: Recent Projects and Findings (Krista Karro, The National Heritage Board, Estonia)
11:10 – 11:45 The Svensksund AD 1790 – Project Results: New Knowledge on the Shipwrecks of Svensksund (Marcus Lepola, Maritime Museum of Finland)
11:55 – 12:55 Lunch break (at your own cost)
13:00 – 13:35 The Digital Wreck Documentation in Finland (presenter to be specified)
13:40 – 14:15 Reconstructing the Past: 3D Reconstructions in Cultural Heritage Management (Ale Torkkel, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland)
14:20 – 14:55 Reinventing the wheel? Data Management System for Archaeological Collections (Hembo Pagi & Andres Uueni, Archaeovision, Estonia)
15:00 – 15:35 Digital Solutions in the New Permanent Exhibition of Estonian Maritime Museum (Priit Lätti, Estonian Maritime Museum; Karen Jagodin, Project Manager at Fat Margaret 2017-2019)
15:40 – 16:00 Coffee break and concluding remarks
17:30 – 18.30 Guided tour at Seaplane Harbour (Vesilennuki 6, Tallinn)
18.30 – 21.00 Dinner (included in the fee) at Café MARU (Seaplane Harbour, Vesilennuki 6, Tallinn)
The Museum and Visitor Centre of Fat Margaret (Pikk 70, Tallinn)
9:00 – 9:25 Coffee
9:30 – 10:15 Tallinn Cog: From Excavation Site to the Museum, From Exhibit to Digital Model (Priit Lätti & Liisa Randmaa, Estonian Maritime Museum)
10:20 – 10:45 Digitizing Museum Collections: Possibilities and Challenges (Mihkel Karu, Eve Paavel, Estonian Maritime Museum)
10:45 – 12:00 Workshops
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch break (at your own cost)
13:05 – 15:00 Workshops continue
15:00 – 15:15 Coffee break
15:20 – 16:00 Workshops continue
16:00 – 16.15 Final words
16:15 – 17.00 Guided tour at Fat Margaret Tower
Programme coordinator: Hele Kiiman, Head of Research, email@example.com
Due to the state of emergency in the country the museum is closed until may, 1 2020, if not reconsidered sooner. All events during this time period are postponed or cancelled.
International workshop “Opportunities in digital exploration of medieval shipwrecks” will be held in Tallinn, Estonia on 22-23 April 2020. The workshop will be based on a recent find – a medieval cog, unearthed from Tallinn and currently exhibited at Fat Margaret. The aim of the workshop is to discuss, in a practical manner, the digital […]
On March 6, an exhibition “Time Flies over Harbours”, dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Estonian Maritime Museum, was opened in the Seaplane Harbour.