Outline of Seminar
One of the world's leading cultural and educational institutions, the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) is currently under a national project called "Richelieu Renaissance Project" that marks its 300-year history. For the BnF and Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP), it is also an opportunity to present a solution for "Tomorrow's Cultural Experience" to the world in the New Normal era, through the library's new Richelieu Museum to open in 2022. Organized in time with the "2nd exhibition of BnF-DNP Museum Lab - Tomorrow's Cultural Experience," the seminar features the whole picture of the project and a new model of cultural experience presented by three experts from the BnF.
1. “Richelieu Renaissance Project”
(by Mr. Louis Jaubertie, Deputy Head of the Richelieu Project, BnF)
2. “Gallica, the BnF’s Digital Library“
(by Ms. Lou Le Joly, Project Leader for the digital mediation of Gallica, BnF)
3. “Cultural Experience in the Richelieu Museum“
(by Ms. Nathalie Ryser, Head of Digital Mediation Projects, BnF)
4. Presentation of the “2nd exhibition of BnF-DNP Museum Lab - Tomorrow’s Cultural Experience”
(by Shintaro Tai, 2nd Group, 1st Business Development Department, Archive Business Promotion Unit of DNP)
Mr. Louis Jaubertie
(Deputy Head of the Richelieu Project, BnF)
After studying at the French National School of Archives from 2004 to 2008 and the National School of Information and Library Science from 2009 to 2010, Mr. Jaubertie joined the Bibliothèque nationale de France in 2010. He started his career as a senior librarian in the BnF's Science and Technology Department to coordinate the department's public service and web development. Between August 2013 and April 2016, he worked on the digital mediation of Gallica, the BnF’s digital library, as a project head. He is the Deputy Head of the Richelieu Project since May 2016.
Ms. Lou Le Joly
(Project Leader for the digital mediation of Gallica, BnF)
Graduate of the Institute of Political Studies of Rennes and The School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS) in Paris, Ms. Le Joly worked for France Culture(*1) and Discover South Kensington network(*2) in the UK before joining the BnF, in September 2020, as a project leader in charge of the digital mediation of Gallica.
- *1 A radio channel specialized in culture.
- *2 The Exhibition Road Cultural Group’s website featuring the culture of South Kensington.
Ms. Nathalie Ryser
(Head of Digital Mediation Project, BnF)
The BnF's Head of Digital Mediation Project since 2013, Ms. Ryser is in charge of developing the content viewable on fixed displays and mobile devices in the BnF’s Richelieu site.
(2nd Group,1st Business Development Department, Archive Business Promotion Unit of DNP)
In charge of planning DNP's digital archiving projects, Shintaro Tai organizes and conducts the 3D digitalization of cultural assets and interactive exhibitions utilizing digital data.
Besides art/comic exhibitions, His achievements include interactive media or imaging systems implemented in the permanent exhibition spaces of science museums, observation platforms, etc.
- *The speakers’ profiles are based on their background as of the seminar date.
- Reservations closed