Upcoming events

  • 13 — 14
    November
    2017
    00:00 — 00:00

    EVA / Minerva 2017

    Jerusalem, Israel

    EVA / Minerva 2017 - XIXth Annual International Conference for Professionals in Cultural Heritage

    SAVE THE DATE: Monday-Tuesday, 13-14th November 2017 at the Van Leer Jerusalem, Institute

  • 19 — 21
    November
    2017
    10:00 — 16:00

    Sharing is Caring: Digitisation and social impact?

    Denmark, Denmark

    #sharecare17

    The 5th international Sharing is Caring seminar will be held in Aarhus 19-21 November 2017. Speakers, workshops, and programme will be announced in the next few months – stay tuned #sharecare17

    The digitisation of cultural heritage collections has been going on for several decades now, promising unprecedented potentials for the GLAM sector to fulfil its public mission of opening up knowledge and culture to the participation and enjoyment of all citizens.

  • 6
    December
    2017
    09:00 — 15:30

    SAVE THE DATE! Europeana AGM 2017

    Via San Vittore, Italy

    SAVE THE DATE for the Europeana Network Association AGM 2017.

    The Europeana Network Association Annual General Meeting (AGM) is an annual key event for Europeana and its network. It provides the opportunity for Europeana and its partners for all to share, discuss and develop specific areas of mutual interest.

  • 16
    May
    2018
    11:00 — 16:15

    The Many Lives of Europe’s Audiovisual Heritage

    3512 JE Utrecht, Netherlands

    During the past decade, a massive body of European audiovisual heritage has become accessible online: on video sharing sites and websites of archives, or through initiatives such as EUscreen.eu and Europeana.eu. Once online, audiovisual heritage circulates in diverse ways: users watch, share, like, or dislike it; they comment, appropriate, and download videos for remix and recirculation. It thus becomes part of the popular consumption of history, potentially creating new interpretations of heritage materials, challenging authorised perspectives. Heritage institutions perceive the consequences of the recent technological transformations of the sector as a major challenge and opportunity.

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