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Partnerships

As the European Union’s digital platform for cultural heritage, Europeana plays a key role in the transformation and development of the sector. We are interested in building partnerships around new ideas and technologies that encourage audiences to engage with their cultural heritage. We are open to relationships in all forms and work with diverse organisations, including non-profit, corporate and government. 

If you want to contribute to an open and vibrant cultural heritage sector through collaboration with Europeana, please get in contact.

Strategic Partnerships

Time Machine Organisation

Title: Apple

Date: 1896

Institution: Schola Graphidis Art Collection, Hungarian University of Fine Arts - High School of Visual Arts, Budapest

Country: Hungary

CC BY-SA

Time Machine Organisation

This partnership was established following the completion of the Time Machine project funded under Horizon 2020 Fet Flagships call programme.

ViMMPlus

ViMMPlus

This partnership aims to bring together leading public and private sector organisations from across Europe and the world that work on digital cultural heritage.

Education Partnerships

European Schoolnet

European Schoolnet

This partnership was established in 2016 to help mainstream the use of culture in the classrooms, across curricula and at a transnational level.

EuroClio

EuroClio

This partnership focuses on publishing digital learning resources with Europeana content on Historiana and raising awareness among history teachers across Europe about using Europeana as an educational resource.

Research Partnerships

CLARIN

Title: CLARIN logo

Date: 2020

CLARIN

This partnership, established in 2015, sees CLARIN integrate digital cultural heritage data from Europeana into their research infrastructure for use by the academic community. 

Partnerships news

Europeana and Time Machine take next steps towards new applications for digital cultural heritage

Europeana and Time Machine take next steps towards new applications for digital cultural heritage

Created: 27 February 2020

Marking the end of the first year of the Time Machine project, a conference in Brussels last week outlined the exciting potential for the future of the initiative. Europeana Executive Director Harry Verwayen was there to discuss how Europeana’s continued collaboration in Time Machine can provide the building blocks for new applications of digital cultural heritage.

Europeana and Time Machine join forces for a partnership promoting the future of European cultural heritage

Europeana and Time Machine join forces for a partnership promoting the future of European cultural heritage

Created: 16 December 2019

Europeana has been a partner in the Time Machine project since its beginnings. Now, Europeana and Time Machine have signed a statement of collaboration to work together to explore opportunities  to further their partnership, building upon existing synergies between the work and ambition of the two organisations.

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