Europeana 2022 - making digital culture count took place over three inspiring days in September 2022. Whether you joined our conference in person, followed on social media or want to explore what took place now, read on to discover the sessions, discussions and resources.
Registered for Europeana 2022? You can now start building your own programme on NetworkTables, our official digital programme. Read on to discover how you can make the most out of our hybrid conference.
If you’re already looking forward to joining us at Europeana 2022, it’s time to get even more excited as we share details of our programme! Read on to discover the exciting keynotes, hybrid sessions and activities that we have planned for our conference on 28 - 30 September.
With this year’s Europeana conference planned as a hybrid event, event managers Gina van der Linden and Athina Papadopoulou share how they have been adapting to new ways of working in the cultural heritage sector and share tips for organising your own hybrid events.
Ticket sales for Europeana 2022, taking place on 28 - 30 September, are now open! This year we’ve refreshed our conference format and you are able to choose between attending in The Hague, or online, selecting the experience that suits you best. Read on to find out more about your options, and join us for three days of all things digital cultural heritage.
Europeana 2022 will take place on 28 - 30 September 2022 and we are very excited to announce the launch of our call for proposals. Read on to find out about our call and how you can take part in one of the leading events of the year for those who work in, with and around digital cultural heritage in Europe.
Europeana 2021 took place over three full and inspiring days! We were delighted that over 1,750 of you signed up to attend the conference, joining cultural heritage professionals across the globe to listen to more than 60 speakers, attend over 50 sessions and share in varied social activities. Read on to relive the event and find out how you can access the sessions that took place.
You’ve booked your ticket; it’s in your diary; you’re excited to network with cultural heritage professionals across Europe. It’s now time to explore the programme for Europeana 2021! Read on to discover the exciting keynotes, panels and sessions planned for our conference on 10 - 12 November and find out how to build your own programme.
Europeana 2021 will take place online from 10 - 12 November and you can now secure your place for free! Find out more about how we will bring professionals from across our sector together to connect, learn and discuss all things digital cultural heritage.
We’re really excited to announce details of our digital events ‘Spring Programme’. Between April and summer we will be joined by over 22 experts in digital cultural heritage who will share their experiences on topics related to our capacity building work. Read on to find out more about the programme of events and how you can participate.
Europeana 2020: Crisis, Change and Culture was held over three action packed days, with over 70 speakers covering 50+ sessions and over 900 cultural heritage professionals joining from across the globe. Read on for a recap of Europeana 2020 and to find out how to rewatch the sessions.
Europeana 2020 will take place online between 11 and 13 November and you can now secure your place for free. Read on to find out more about our designed for digital conference and how together, we can build capacity in our sector to help create meaningful and positive change in our society.
When large parts of Europe went into lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, events had to start to work very differently. Europeana Foundation Events Manager, Gina van der Linden, reflects on this shift from physical to digital events, and shares her learnings.
Winter wonderland was waiting for more than 200 members of the Europeana Network Association when we gathered in Riga, Latvia, for the 2016 ‘Show us what you’ve got’ AGM (8-9 November). It was a fabulous opportunity to welcome you all at the National Library of Latvia (LNB).