Making Meaning Of The Digital Collections

Project facts

Project promoter:
Slovak National Gallery(SK)
Project Number:
In implementation
Initial project cost:
Donor Project Partners:
Center for Artificial Intelligence Research
University of Agder(NO)
Sørlandets kunstmuseum / Kunstsilo(NO)
Other Project Partners
Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava(SK)

More information


The project is focused on innovative activities  in the context of Slovak and Norwegian museums, it aims either on audience development or audience involvement and support intercultural dialogue. A digital content that is created responds to social challenges such as gender equality, minority cultures, or artistic freedom. The project directly involves and financially supports cultural players from the creative sector who notably face the negative impact of pandemic lockdowns. The Norwegian partner Sørlandets Kunstmuseum shares their interest for work with digitized collections using AI, connecting SNG with innovative AI research, and help SNG to apply it to their own online collections. Second Norwegian partner Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research contributes its expertise to the project, helping SKMU and SNG to explore the potential of the technology to the field of art. And the Slovak partner Digital arts at the Academy of Fine Arts as a newly established program is looking for collaborations with institutions that give the students the opportunity to work with professionals from the culture on real-life assignments.

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