Projects

Europeana Foundation is the operator of Europeana, the European Union’s digital platform for cultural heritage. Our activities to maintain and develop the core service platform are funded under the Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) project funding cycles. 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 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 (DSI) showcases Europe’s cultural and scientific heritage online.

Erasmus+
Title:
Portret van een jongen, zittend in een raamnis en gekleed in een blauw jasje
Date:
1830 - 1850
Institution:
Rijksmuseum
Country:
Netherlands

Erasmus+

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

Project news

Celebrating sport heritage with Europeana Sport
Title:
L'italiana Tagliaferri vince l'ottava batteria dei 100 metri piani all'Olimpiade di Londra, seguita dall'olandese Stad-de-Jong
Institution:
Associazione culturale GoTellGo
Country:
Italy

Celebrating sport heritage with Europeana Sport

Created: 24 May 2022

The Europeana Sport project has highlighted European sport heritage through publishing new cultural heritage collections, digital storytelling and a series of participatory events. Explore what the project achieved.

Teaching with digitised medieval manuscripts in post-secondary education
Title:
The making of the video series: Irene O’Daly and Sean van der Steen in the Special Collections Reading Room of Leiden University Libraries.
Creator:
Erik-Jan Dros (photographer)
Date:
2021
Institution:
Leiden University Libraries
Country:
The Netherlands

Teaching with digitised medieval manuscripts in post-secondary education

Created: 12 May 2022

In the ‘Art of Reading in the Middle Ages’ (ARMA) project, curators from different European heritage institutions and educators joined forces to design innovative learning materials for higher education with digitised medieval manuscripts. FInd out more about their work.

Project events

Europeana Sport webinar: Engaging audiences with sport and culture
Title:
Bislett stadion
Creator:
ukjent person
Date:
1950
Institution:
Oslo Museum
Country:
Norway
Webinar

Europeana Sport webinar: Engaging audiences with sport and culture

This webinar explores some of the ways cultural heritage institutions have been engaging audiences through sporting cultural heritage.

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