Olga Van Oost obtained a Phd in Communication Studies at the Free University of Brussels in 2009 entitled The Museum Question: a study of the art museum concept in modernity from a theoretical and historical perspective and a comparative analysis of museum policies in Flanders and the Netherlands and casestudies (in Dutch). She holds master degrees in Art History & Archaeology and in Communication Studies. Olga is a lecturer at the Free University of Brussels, and works/coordinates in the research group IBBT-SMIT on projects related to digital arts and cultural heritage. Olga also works for FARO, the Flemish Institution for Cultural Heritage as a senior researcher and consultant. At FARO Olga is involved in trajectories on digital heritage & archiving (Archipel), cultural heritage & young people and the museum sector. In her research she focuses on transitions in the fields of museums (galleries) and cultural heritage (institutions and policy) in late modernity and the network society. Other research areas are theoretical museum and heritage studies, (digital) arts and the role of the artist in a digital world; (digital) heritage and youth.