We are constantly working to improve the Europeana website and add new features which allow people to explore Europe’s cultural heritage. This second post of the quarterly series highlights some recently released features.
On International Women’s Day 2022, Europeana has published ‘The Pill’, a fascinating exhibition exploring the history of the contraceptive pill and birth control. We hear about how the exhibition - curated and created by six students at KU Leuven in Belgium - has been brought to Europeana.
We are constantly working to improve the Europeana website and add new features which allow people to explore Europe’s cultural heritage. In the first of what will be a quarterly series, we highlight some recently released features.
This year, the Europeana website blog has increasingly shared stories from physical exhibitions across Europe. We hear about the experiences of organisations who have published on Europeana's blog and its role in bringing their content to wider audiences.
The WEAVE project is working to develop a framework that links and preserves the tangible and intangible heritage of different cultural communities. We take a look at their plans and invite you to join the project’s LabDay workshops.