NFC at Centre Pompidou's Teen Gallery (RFID Europe 2010)

Mr Mauricio Estrada Munoz, Project Manager
Centre Pompidou
2010 9월28일.


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Presentation Summary

  • Innovation at Centre Pompidou: New ways to drag new audiences
  • Teen Gallery a playground to experiment art and engage with creativity
  • Connecting with teenagers' digital practices: the NFC solution

Speaker Biography (Mauricio Estrada Munoz)

Mauricio Estrada Muñoz works as project manager at Centre Pompidou's Youth Program Department. He is part of the original team leading the opening of the new Teen Gallery and is in charge to develop projects involving digital technologies and innovation. He has co-curated the event Playground aimed at teenagers and curates Play it Yourself! and Jukebox for the Teen Gallery.
Prior to museums, Mauricio worked as researcher in the field of social psychology and social influence. He holds a degree in psychology from the University of Geneva and obtained an M.S in Technology-Enhanced Communication for Cultural Heritage from the University of Lugano with honours. In 2006, he received the Network USImpresa scholarship for academic performance.

Company Profile (Centre Pompidou)

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The Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou was the brainchild of President Georges Pompidou who wanted to create an original cultural institution in the heart of Paris completely focused on modern and contemporary creation, where the visual arts would rub shoulders with theatre, music, cinema, literature and the spoken word.
In October 2010, Centre Pompidou opens a Teen Gallery, a venue devoted to teenagers that emphasizes exchange with artists, a multidisciplinary platform that showcases forward-looking artistic and aesthetic trends.
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