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Posted on Friday May 15, 2020

Updated on Monday August 17, 2020

Europeana Communicators webinar: Culture From Home - Archives

This webinar puts the spotlight onto two exciting archive projects - from Archivissima - bringing an archive festival online via podcasts - and the UK National Archives, who are reaching out to young audiences through Time Travel TV.

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Europeana Communicators webinar: Culture From Home - Archives


This webinar is brought to you by Europeana Communicators - a speciality community of the Europeana Network Association - in collaboration with the Europeana Foundation. Find out more and join this Europeana Network Association Community.

The webinar took place on 26 May 2020 from 10.00 - 11.00 CEST. 


  • Andrew Payne, Head of Education and Outreach at The National Archives in the UK. He joined us to present Time Travel TV - twice weekly broadcasts for children and families that introduce the treasures of The National Archives and suggest exciting follow-up activities for viewers to complete. Time Travel TV began in April as part of the organisation’s response to the pandemic.

  • Giacomo Golinelli, Chief Operation Officer of Promemoria Group, the company that founded Archivissima. This June, Archivissima is making its annual Festival of Archives digital, producing a series of short podcasts that showcase archive material. In this webinar, Giacomo presented ‘How to (digitally) transform a festival to let people (physically) enter the archives’.

  • Dr Susan Hazan, co-chair of Europeana Communicators (moderator)


If you missed it or want to look again, the slideshow is now available.