Back in September, we asked Europeana Network Association members to share their favourite moments - whether that was a collection, idea, conversation or event - from the first 10 years of Europeana. Those moments were shortlisted and as part of the Europeana tenth anniversary celebrations, 10 were presented at the AGM in Vienna last week.
Together with the National Library of The Netherlands, we’re celebrating International Migrants Day and the end of the European Year of Cultural Heritage with a special day inviting people to share their migration stories and objects in the Hague.
We were thrilled to present the recipients of the 2018 Europeana Research Grants with their awards. Read on to find out about the projects and to hear what a Europeana grant might mean for early-career scholars interested in the digital humanities.
100 years have passed since the end of World War One and we are still unlocking the personal stories and experiences from this period. In the lead up to the Centenary Tour Finale event in Brussels, we offer to shed more light onto one such story and artefact; that of Kurt Geiler and his life-saving bible. We share an in-depth interview with Kurt’s grandson Markus Geiler, exploring the digital transformation of this artefact and the impact of digitising cultural heritage.
'Technoculture' is a series of podcasts about culture, technology and the human condition. In episode nine, Federica Bressan, a post-doctoral researcher at Ghent University, talks to Europeana Foundation Executive Director Harry Verwayen about all things Europeana.
As Europeana celebrates its tenth anniversary, four Wikimedia editors from across the continent - from Armenia to Wales - reflect on working with some of their favourite artworks from Europeana Collections. Their experiences highlight the importance of making our cultural heritage not merely accessible but also reusable.
It’s unbelievable, but it’s true! 89 candidates came forward in this year’s Europeana Network Association Members Council elections to compete for 28 available seats! Have a look at their profiles and vote for your favorites from 5-14 December.
The first Europeana website went live ten years ago today - on 20 November 2018. Today, in a special video, Harry Verwayen, Executive Director of the Europeana Foundation says thank you to everyone who is or has been involved in the journey so far.