Projects

Europeana Foundation leads the deployment of the common European data space for cultural heritage. Throughout the years, we have also participated in other EU funded projects to support cultural heritage institutions in their digital transformation. Focus areas vary from digitisation and aggregation of high-quality data to technological innovation, reuse and capacity building. 

If you want to explore new EU-funded project opportunities with Europeana, please get in contact via the button below.

EU running projects

Erasmus+ projects
Title:
Portret van twee meisjes met tennisrackets en een jongetje met tennisbal
Date:
1907 - 1930
Institution:
Rijksmuseum
Country:
Netherlands

Erasmus+ projects

Projects under the EU's funding programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe.

EU past projects

Europeana DSI
Title:
Still Life with Golden Goblet
Creator:
Pieter de Ring
Date:
1640–1660
Institution:
Rijksmuseum
Country:
The Netherlands

Europeana DSI

The Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure provided online access to Europe’s digital cultural heritage from mid-2015 to mid-2022.

Project news

Over €4.4 million granted to four new projects to enhance the common European data space for cultural heritage
Title:
Seestück mit Scirocco
Creator:
Lorenzo Butti
Date:
1846
Institution:
Österreichische Galerie Belvedere
Country:
Austria

Over €4.4 million granted to four new projects to enhance the common European data space for cultural heritage

Created: 12 December 2022

Europeana is at the heart of the common European data space for cultural heritage, a flagship initiative of the European Union to support the digital transformation of the cultural heritage sector. Discover the projects funded under the initiative.

Project events

Self-assessment and self-reflection in the European cultural heritage sector and its role in fostering digital transformation
Title:
Abacus
Date:
1893 or earlier
Institution:
World Museum Vienna
Country:
Austria
18 January 2023
17:00 — 18:30 Online

Self-assessment and self-reflection in the European cultural heritage sector and its role in fostering digital transformation

This event, organised by The University of Edinburgh, Centre for Data, Culture and Society, will explore how self-assessment frameworks can help heritage organisations develop digital strategies.

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