23 — 25May201709:00 — 18:00
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.
23 — 24May201713:00 — 15:00
This ** Invite-only event ** 1.5 day meeting is under the auspices of the Europeana DSI2 and is organised by Europeana Foundation and the Ministry of Education through the National Archives in Malta during the Maltese Presidency and will take place at the Conference centre of Hagar Qim on 23 and 24 May 2017.
This Presidency meeting is a high-level strategy meeting, primarily targeted at policymakers of EU member states, as a means to raise awareness among them about what Europeana does and how it can help them in their own work. So far, we’ve organised meetings on the (re-)use of digital cultural heritage in four domains of Research, Tourism, Education and the Creative Industries. At these meetings, policymakers and experts in the respective fields discussed ways to stimulate and facilitate this re-use.
7 — 11June201700:00 — 00:00
The Society of Architectural Historians will host its 70th Annual International Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, from June 7–11, 2017.
Meeting in Glasgow reflects the increasingly international scope of the Society and its conference, and we expect SAH members from all over the world to join us in Scotland's largest city, world renowned for its outstanding architectural heritage.
This is the first time that SAH has met outside North America since 1973. Architectural historians, art historians, architects, museum professionals and preservationists from around the world will convene to share new research on the history of the built environment. The Glasgow conference will include 36 paper sessions, eight roundtables, an introductory address and plenary talk, architecture tours, the SAH Glasgow Seminar, and more.
14 — 17June201718:00 — 16:00
The Faculty of Archaeology from Leiden University is hosting the annual meeting of the Centre for Digital Heritage (York) this year. The Centre for Global Heritage and Development together with the chair group Digital Archaeology are organizing this four day event.
The central theme of this year will be 'Heritage under Threat; how can new digital technologies safeguard heritage and/or heritage data'.
26 — 28June201700:00 — 00:00
MuseumNext is a global conference on the future of museums. Since 2009 it has acted as a platform for showcasing best practice today to shine a light on the museum of tomorrow.
These Museum Conferences have acted as a catalyst for change within the museum sector, covering a broad range of subjects including, audiences, design, technology, skills, collections, conservation, purpose and leadership. Showcasing the best in museum practice today to shine a light on the museum of tomorrow.
28 — 29June201700:00 — 00:00
The Fourth International Linked Open Data in Libraries, Archives and Museums (LODLAM) summit will be held in Venice, Italy, at the Fondazione Cini, 28-29 June 2017.
LODLAM stands for Linked Open Data in Libraries, Archives and Museums. Linked data is a combination of techniques, tools and web standards that enable the World Wide Web to evolve from a web of documents to a web of data. When applied to libraries, archives, and museums, linked data transforms the way we discover, analyze, and visualize cultural, scientific and government information.