Upcoming events

  • 9 — 10
    March
    2017
    00:00 — 00:00

    19th International Conference on Digital Heritage

    Miami Beach, USA

    The ICDH 2017: 19th International Conference on Digital Heritage aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Digital Heritage.

    It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Digital Heritage.

  • 13 — 17
    March
    2017
    00:00 — 00:00

    Hackathon for Art History and Information Science

    80798 München, Duitsland

    A five days International and interdisciplinary Hackathon for Art History and Information Science.

    Cultural data analysis and visualization are important methods and research fields both for art historians and information scientists.

    Thus, the goal of this Spring School is to bring art historians and information scientists together to work on data. Art history is on the brink of new research methods. Qualitative research is being augmented with digital methods.

    While the traditional approach of art history is to compare single artworks and place them in the historic context of the history of art (close viewing), the computer can process and compare whole databases with millions of images which allows new insights into collections and oeuvres (distant viewing).

  • 12 — 13
    April
    2017
    00:00 — 00:00

    CO:OPyright

    8010 Graz, Austria

    This conference invites:

    A. Legal experts to present contributions on the legal framework concerning digital cultural heritage resources on a national or international level, the European and international conditions, political developments and innovative approaches to improve the situation on the use and provision of such resources,

    B. Experts and curators from cultural heritage institutions to share their best – and worst! – practice examples with projects that had to deal with copyright and licensing as exemplary showcases for the CO:OP community at large.

  • 20 — 21
    April
    2017
    00:00 — 00:00

    DPLAfest 2017

    400 S State St, USA

    DPLAfest 2017—the fourth major gathering of the Digital Public Library of America’s broad community—will take place on April 20-21, 2017 in Chicago at Chicago Public Library’s Harold Washington Library Center.

    The hosts for DPLAfest 2017 include Chicago Public Library, the Black Metropolis Research Consortium, Chicago Collections, and the Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS). Taking place in downtown Chicago, DPLAfest 2017 will bring together hundreds of people from DPLA’s large and growing community over two days for interactive workshops, hackathons and other collaborative activities, engaging discussions with community leaders and practitioners, fun events, and more.

  • 19
    May
    2017
    09:00 — 17:00

    Culture Geek

    1 Kensington Gore, UK

    Culture Geek brings together leading organisations from around the world to share how they are adapting to the changing digital landscape.

    Culture Geek curates a programme of speakers from leading organisations to share how they are using digital in their working practice and adapting to new and ever changing developments. As digital becomes an integral element in everyday life it’s essential the arts and cultural sector consider these tools across distribution, exhibiting, income generation, marketing and audience engagement, archiving and preservation, creating content, online interactive tours, live streaming performances and data collection.

  • 23 — 25
    May
    2017
    09:00 — 18:00

    ITN-DCH Final Conference

    3254 Podčetrtek, Slovenia

    ITN-DCH Final Conference is an international event for the professionals working in the Digital Cultural Heritage domain. The aim of the conference is to bring together experts and leaders from the cultural domain and, addressing the current challenges, start a dialogue that will lay the foundation for the creation of a multidisciplinary community of practice.

    Digital Cultural Heritage is a complex domain that requires new competencies and escalating requirements, which necessitate a interdisciplinary education and a multi level collaboration in order to establish best practice and common methodologies, and, therefore, advance our understanding of our common past.

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