Register now | Future-proofing the past: an Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech event

 
Apollo 40 under 40 Art and Tech
 
Apollo is delighted to invite you to our 40 Under 40 Art & Tech online event on 27 September (5pm BST). Join panellists Karen Archey (curator, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam), Ben Fino-Radin (founder, Small Data Industries, New York) and Aliaa Ismail (director, Theban Necropolis Preservation Initiative, Cairo) live in conversation as they explore how new technologies are changing how cultural artefacts are preserved for future generations.

Register for free here now.
Future-proofing the past – an Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech event
 
Future-proofing the past – an Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech event
An online discussion about art, tech and conservation – from ancient Egypt to new media art
 

 
About the Apollo 40 Under 40

The Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech is the eighth instalment of a project that was launched in 2014. The list features 40 individuals below the age of 40 who are expanding the possibilities presented by new tech to art and heritage across the world. The four categories – Artists, Thinkers, Business and Patrons & Advocates – each include 10 individuals or partnerships. Enjoy full access to profiles, interviews and portraits here.
 
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