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

Going the 'eXXtra' mile: new technologies for enriching cultural heritage data
Title:
Enric Bartrina
Creator:
Desconegut
Date:
1930-1940
Institution:
Girona City Council
Country:
Italy

Going the 'eXXtra' mile: new technologies for enriching cultural heritage data

Created: 27 June 2022

The Europeana XX - Century of Change project has significantly expanded the high quality curated collections on Europeana focused on 20th-century content, and created technologies and tools to enrich cultural heritage data. Find out more about two new tools. 

WEAVE events explore 3D for intangible heritage and regeneration
Title:
IJsdansfeest
Creator:
Leeuwen, W. van
Date:
1954
Institution:
Zuiderzeemuseum
Country:
Netherlands

WEAVE events explore 3D for intangible heritage and regeneration

Created: 21 June 2022

Find out how a series of LabDays organised by the WEAVE project brought people from diverse backgrounds together to explore how the heritage of minority communities is often misunderstood or misrepresented in digital collections; and what can be done to improve representation.

Project events

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