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

ViMMPlus
Title:
Apelles Painting Campaspe
Creator:
Willem van Haecht
Date:
1630
Institution:
Mauritshuis
Country:
Netherlands

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.

The Rights Statements Consortium
Title:
Tegel met in blauw geschilderde decoratie van een vaas op een naar beneden hangend kleed binnen een driepas, omgeven door een cartouche met omkrullende acanthusbladeren en bloemen
Creator:
De Grieksche A Kocx, Adriaen Marot, Daniël (I)
Institution:
Rijksmuseum
Country:
Netherlands

The Rights Statements Consortium

The Rights Statements Consortium facilitates engagement with cultural heritage online through rights statements.

Education Partnerships

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. 

DARIAH
Title:
DARIAH logo
Date:
2020

DARIAH

Europeana and DARIAH work to improve the conditions of access to cultural institutions’ digital collections and support the academic community in reusing digital cultural heritage for research purposes. 

Partnerships news

Making your collections fit for education - a case study from EuroClio
Title:
De school
Creator:
Green, Valentine (1739-1813) Steen, Jan (1626-1679) Boydell, John (1719 - 1804)
Date:
1772
Institution:
Teylers Museum
Country:
Netherlands

Making your collections fit for education - a case study from EuroClio

Created: 19 October 2020

EuroClio, the European Association of History Educators, has recently produced a case study providing insights into usage of online collections for and by educators. In this post, we take a look at some of the key findings.

Exploring new resources in CLARIN’s Virtual Language Observatory
Title:
A Zodial Sphere and Celectial Globe, Peking Observatory
Creator:
John Thomson
Institution:
Wellcome Collection
Country:
United Kingdom

Exploring new resources in CLARIN’s Virtual Language Observatory

Created: 15 October 2020

Since 2017, CLARIN and Europeana have worked together to increase the number of cultural heritage objects available for quick and easy discovery as well as processing by humanities and social sciences scholars. In this post, we take a look at the new resources integrated into CLARIN’s Virtual Language Observatory.

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