Europeana Network Association AGM 2017

The impact of culture on society - it's a value, not a cost!

The AGM 2017 - an opportunity for Europeana Network Association members to voice their opinions and ideas and to showcase their projects.

Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci - Edificio Monumentale
Via San Vittore
21
20123 Milano MI
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Europeana Network Association AGM 2017
6 December 2017
08:00 — 19:45 Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci

This year's focus is on assessing and communicating the value that culture has for society. We'll look at how we can measure that value, and bring that thinking into next year's Business Plan and our participation in the European Year of Cultural Heritage in 2018.

    Agenda

    Draft agenda

    Sessions not to be missed:

    • Cast your opinion about important network matters: Members Council elections, Joint Europeana Aspiration and Network Association Approach
    • Learn about the Impact Framework and Playbook - and pitch a project!
    • Get involved with the #AllezCulture campaign in support of the European Year of Cultural Heritage
    • Attend the European Cultural Forum on December 7

    Pitch your project!

    We have now closed our call for projects who would like to pitch during our AGM! We received 24 project proposals, from which we could only select 10. We are looking forward to seeing what each project presents and you can read about the projects in brief below! If you won’t be at the AGM, stay tuned for reports on who leaves with one year’s support from Europeana to carry out an Impact Assessment on their project.

    • Viktor Lindbäck with Platsminnen, from Sweden. Platsminnen (Swedish = “Place Memories”) is an iPad app, using cultural heritage as a resource for reminiscence activities and communication in dementia care.

    • Prof. Jens Bley with Smart Square, from Germany. Smart Square is assessing the impact of digital cultural in the revitalization of  an underused urban square that is the historic cradle of the city of Hamburg.

    • Frank Drauschke with Transcribathon, Germany. Transcribathon is a crowdsourcing initiative for the transcription and annotation of the unique, unpublished material collected in Europeana 1914-1918.

    • Marco de Niet with Yum! The impact of digitized medieval manuscripts, from The Netherlands. Leiden University Libraries (UBL) will support Professor Erik Kwakkel, who is radically revitalizing the study of medieval manuscripts through social media, with an impact study to better understand the value of the digital collections.

    • René van Engelenburg with Square Museum, from the Netherlands. Square Museum strives to energise the public space with art, culture and artistic impressions that are accessible to a broad, public audience, through a network of interconnected interactive ‘galerie-units’ in six or more European cities.

    • Larissa Borck with ECHY studio, from Germany. Designed by the young, for the young, the aim of the European Cultural Heritage Year (ECHY) Studio is to find new ways of approaching cultural heritage with the domain of safeguarding it alongside professional memory practices in Europe.

    • Aldo Di Russo with Joe Petrosino Museum, from Italy. The House-Museum 'Joe Petrosino', is the only Italian museum dedicated to an unrivaled pioneer in the fight against organized crime.

    • Charles Ulin with ArtBay, the Netherlands. ArtBay allows anyone to collect limited edition artworks digitally. Users can grow their collection by visiting museums, galleries, and art throughout the world.

    • Sophia Rochmes with MusebooksPro, from Belgium. Musebooks (www.musebooks.world) is a new digital reading experience specially designed for art books as an alternative to the art-unfriendly e-book format.

    • Natasha Adria Golob with The Time Traveller’s Memory, the Netherlands. The Time Traveller’s Memory is a product (mobile app, physical game, card game or set of vouchers, and website) that combines playing, heritage and history, encourages tourism and supports the local economy.

    Speakers

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    Hotel recommendations

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    B&B Annabel - Via Bartolomeo Panizza 21, 20144 Milan, Italy
    Distance to conference venue: 900 m

    Antica Locanda Leonardo - 78 Corso Magenta, 20123 Milan, Italy
    Distance to conference venue: 450 m

    B&B Sant'Agostino - Via San Vincenzo 18/D, 20123 Milan, Italy
    Distance to conference venue: 1 km

    Sant'Ambroeus - Viale Papiniano 14, 20123 Milan, Italy
    Distance to conference venue: 600 m

    Hotel Pierre Milano - Via De Amicis 32, Milan, Lombardy, Italy
    Distance to conference venue: 700 m

    Hotel Ariston - Largo Del Carrobbio, 2, 20123 Milan, Italy
    Distance to conference venue: 1 km

    Hotel Mentana - Via Morigi 2, 20123 Milan, Italy
    Distance to conference venue: 1.2 km

    Hotel Mercure Milano Solari - Via Pietro Orseolo 1, Navigli, 20144 Milan, Italy
    Distance to conference venue: 1 km

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