Europeana 2022

Europeana 2022 will take place from 28 - 30 September 2022. It will be a hybrid conference, and we hope to welcome cultural heritage professionals from around the world both in person, to the KB, National Library of the Netherlands in The Hague, and digitally. We aim to explore how we can collaboratively build a common data space for cultural heritage and raise voices from across the sector to empower digital transformation and explore the role digital cultural heritage plays in today’s and tomorrow’s world. 

Register your interest in Europeana 2022 to get updates on tickets, the programme and more.

Call for proposals

The call for proposals for Europeana 2022 is now open! Find out more about the themes and process for applying through our Call for Proposals page and apply through the form below. The deadline has been extended to 10 June 2022.

Watch sessions from Europeana 2021

Europeana 2021 took place from 10 -12 November 2021. It aimed to raise voices from across the sector to empower digital transformation and explore the role digital cultural heritage plays in supporting a sustainable, responsible and inspiring cultural heritage sector for today and tomorrow. Explore the conference - and get excited about Europeana 2022! - through the sessions below. 

Keynotes

Day one parallel sessions

OpenGLAM translation sprint (multilinguality)
Title:
Persfoto Olympische Zomerspelen 1928 Amsterdam, 1111 100 meter - finish 14e heat met Bracey USA en Auvergne FRA, Algemeen Fotobureau (Ltd.) Amsterdam 1928
Creator:
Algemeen Fotobureau (Ltd) Amsterdam
Date:
1928-08-12
Institution:
The Dutch Olympic Committee, Dutch Sports Federation
Country:
The Netherlands

OpenGLAM translation sprint (multilinguality)

This session from Europeana 2021 introduces a translation sprint to translate key documents which support the OpenGLAM movement.

Day two parallel sessions

Day three parallel sessions

Living Proof: a climate story
Title:
Living Proof
Creator:
Jen Davies
Institution:
© National Library of Scotland
Country:
Scotland

Living Proof: a climate story

This presentation from Europeana 2021 explores how we can use our moving image heritage to explore climate change and crisis.

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