Kajsa Hartig is project manager for the Nordic project Collecting Social Photography (CoSoPho), 2017-2020, at the Nordic Museum in Sweden, Department of Digital Interaction. She is since 2018 also Head of Collections and Cultural Environments at the regional Västernorrlands museum,.
Her background is as a digital producer in the archives sector, and has for 8 years managed the Swedish Secretariat of Photographic Collections before shifting back to the digital field as a digital strategist at the Nordic Museum.
Her interests are in digital transformation in museums, the impact of digital on work practices in collections management and public facing initiatives, as well as in audience engagement online using sustainable dialogue and inclusive methods. Through the CoSoPho project she has, together with the team, explored the challenges of digital on current work practices around photography collections, specifically the collecting of social digital photography in museums and archives.
Kajsa has in the past years frequently presented at international conferences, on the topic of digital transformation in museums, such as We Are Museums, Plateforme 10, Museum 4 punkt 0, Museum Next and Museum Next Tech, Communicating the Museum and CIMUSET/ICOM.