How will museums of the future look

Mumbai, India
December, 2013

The Future of Culture

World Government Summit
Dubai, UAE
10th February, 2018

H.E. Noura Al Kaabi, UAE Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, Amit Sood, Director of Google Cultural Institute, and Professor Sarah Kenderdine, Director of the Laboratory for Experimental Museology (eM+) at École Polytechinique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), moderated by Becky Anderson CNN.

Access to and interpretation of documentary heritage

UNESCO Memory of the World Symposium
Kuala Lumpur
May, 2017

Visionary Art Digital World

World Economic Forum
Tianjin, China
August, 2016

Humanity’s age-old cultural treasures are under threat from various forces, such as mass tourism, politically-motivated destruction, climate change and natural disasters. However, technology is enabling museums to create new ways for audiences to experience heritage. Sarah Kenderdine, a professor at the University of New South Wales, explains how “embodied museography” will change the nature of the museum-going experience.

The Digital Masterpiece

World Economic Forum
Davos, Switzerland
January, 2016

Cultural heritage is under threat from forces including climate change, mass tourism and iconoclasm. How can new technologies help to preserve and get more people interested in our most precious legacies? In this presentation for the World Economic Forum, Sarah Kenderdine – Professor and Director of the Expanded Perception and Interaction Centre at the University of New South Wales – discusses how technologies from laser scanning to virtual reality are revolutionising museums.

Deep Mapping to Data Sculpting: Inside Omnispatial Archives

eResearch Australasia 2015
6th November, 2015

Engagement Science: immersive virtual environments in the public domain

Plenary Sessions Opening Researcher @ Library Week
Melbourne University
October, 2015

The Age of Experience: From 3D Capture to the Future of Museums

REAL – AutoDesk Summit
San Francisco
June, 2015

Pure Land: Inside the Magao Grottoes at Dunhuang

Business of Design Week
Hong Kong Convention Centre
March, 2015

with Jeffrey Shaw

AARNet interview: Prof Sarah Kenderdine


We interviewed Professor Sarah Kenderdine, Director of the Laboratory for Innovation in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (iGLAM) at the University of New South Wales. She talks about her Dunhuang caves project, which brings cultural heritage to life in new and exciting ways using immersive and interactive technologies underpinned by high-speed broadband.