The ARMA - the Art of Reading in the Middle Ages project saw thousands of medieval objects shared with Europeana and developed resources to help educators bring these digitised items - and their history - into the classroom. Discover what the project achieved and how to use the resources it developed.
As part of the WEAVE project, Europeana Foundation interviews Dr Rosamaria Kostic Cisneros (Coventry University) and ERIAC (the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture) about their work and how tangible and intangible Roma heritage is represented in European cultural heritage institutions,.
Incorporating cultural heritage content into tourism activities offers fantastic opportunities to bring it to new audiences. Read on to find out more about an exciting collaboration between Europeana and the Cultural Routes of Europe.
We are delighted that in the coming years, Europeana will be at the heart of the European Commission’s data space for cultural heritage, continuing our work together with 18 partners and a great network, to empower the cultural heritage sector in its digital transformation.
The WEAVE project is excited to invite you to their final conference which will explore the connections between tangible and intangible heritage, cultural communities and the process of digital transformation of cultural heritage organisations.