Digital Past 2021 goes online as a free event

Wednesday 10 February 2021: Conference
8-12 February 2021: Workshops

Digital Past 2021: New Technologies in Heritage, Interpretation and Outreach 

For the first time, our regular Digital Past Conference will be a free online event, making it more accessible than ever. Digital Past is the Royal Commission’s successful annual conference which showcases the latest innovative digital technologies in the recording, presentation and interpretation of our heritage in Wales, the UK and beyond.

Instead of the usual two-day event, the 2021 conference will have one day of talks on Wednesday 10 February with workshops held over four days from 8 to 12 February 2021. This makes it even easier to attend the events that particularly interest you from a wide range of talks, discussions, and special workshops.

The themes for the 2021 Conference will be ‘Digital Technology’ and ‘Digital Heritage’, highlighting:

  • Virtual access to technology
  • Diversity in digital cultural heritage
  • Digital heritage, the environment and climate change.

Digital Past brings together enthusiasts from the commercial, public, academic, third and voluntary sectors. The conference aims to promote learning, discussion and debate around a range of digital technologies in current use, or in development, to record and understand the historic environment.


For information on speakers and the programme, please go to: Speakers and Abstracts.

To register please go to: Registration.

Tickets are now available for the one-day conference on Wednesday 10 February and for the individual workshops to be held across the week of 8-12 February 2021.

© Jeff Griffiths. Miro the Robot with our youngest delegate as part of the demonstrations and tour of the Department of Computer Sciences, Aberystwyth University.
© Jeff Griffiths. Miro the Robot with our youngest delegate as part of the demonstrations and tour of the Department of Computer Sciences, Aberystwyth University.

12/15/2020

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