Campaigns

Our campaigns promote the role of Europeana and the digital heritage sector and highlight the diverse and wonderful content found on the Europeana website. Explore some of our campaigns below. 

New European Bauhaus
Title: Dessau. Bauhaus (1926, Walter Gropius). Werkstättenbau von Süden
Creator: Walther, Bernd (Herstellung) (Fotograf)
Date: 1977
Institution: Deutsche Fotothek
Country: Germany
CC BY-SA

New European Bauhaus

New European Bauhaus wants to put sustainability, inclusivity and beauty at the heart of Europe’s future. It calls for diverse perspectives, citizens and sectors to come together - design, art and culture with modern science and technology to make that happen. Digital cultural heritage already makes that connection - our sector can play a key role in shaping this initiative. Explore more and get involved.

Discovering Europe
Title: La Corniche near Monaco
Date: 1884
Institution: Rijksmuseum
Country: Netherlands
Public Domain

Discovering Europe

Our Discovering Europe season highlights Europe’s rich natural beauty and cultural heritage to inspire travel to local and alternative destinations. Cultural heritage professionals can explore news, content and information related to tourism in the cultural heritage sector on our dedicated page. 

A school year with Europeana
Title: Child playing Birdie Memory at Fête de la Nature, Paris
Date: circa 2018
CC BY-SA

A school year with Europeana

In June 2019, our editorial campaign A school year with Europeana put a spotlight on how the education community has been integrating digital culture into the classroom over the last academic year.

Women's Season
Title: Portrait of Marie Jeanette de Lange
Date: 1900
Institution: Rijksmuseum
Country: Netherlands
Public Domain

Women's Season

Women's Season ran from January to March 2019. Its aim was to put a spotlight on women throughout history, highlighting their contributions to society and discussing some historical and current challenges that women still face.
 

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