At Europeana 2019: Connect Communities, you can get hands on with digital culture and explore its impact on our sector, and indeed, our world. Today, we release the first details of sessions at Europeana 2019, and a draft copy of the programme.
At Europeana Foundation we’re really excited to be involved in the GIFT project as part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Over the next few weeks we'll be presenting you with some of the exciting developments coming out of the project. We start with an introduction from the Principle Investigator, Anders Sundnes Løvlie.
Over the next few months we’ll be introducing you to the exciting keynote speakers we have lined up to appear at Europeana 2019: Connect Communities. First up is Professor Frédéric Kaplan, digital time traveller extraordinaire.
Meet the winner of our latest Europeana STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) Challenge invited educational vloggers, teachers and educational startups to submit video project ideas that show how you can bring cultural heritage to life in classrooms and beyond.
At Rewire Festival in The Hague on March 29th, the Instrumental Shifts Symposium, organised by The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision’s RE:VIVE initiative explored the intersections of AI R&D related to music and its impact on the creative sector. EuropeanaTech community manager and RE:VIVE founder, Gregory Markus, wears both of his hats and explains why these meetings are so valuable for both ends of the spectrum.
How do you bring cultural heritage to life - in classrooms and beyond? That is the questions we are posing to the 2019 Challenge candidates. Read about this online creative competition that connects creatives and educators. Share with your network or if you see if you can take on the project below. Submit your video project for a chance to share in the €20,000 funding reward.
We speak to Yoan Fanise, creative director and co-founder of (the independent video game development studio) Digixart about the launch of the moving WW1 video game 11-11: Memories Retold and the importance of highlighting the differing and personal aspects of historical events.
We speak to Europeana #EdTech Challenge Winner Léna Mazilu about the launch of the educational app Birdie Memory, which brings together the digital and physical to teach children about 20 European birds and their songs.
Last week, Harry Verwayen, Executive Director of the Europeana Foundation, appeared at THE ARTS+ festival in Frankfurt to take part in visionary discussions about a new ecosystem for the future of culture as part of an #InnovationSummit.