"Building Communities" The AGM 2018 - an opportunity for Europeana Network Association members to voice their opinions and ideas and to showcase their projects. This year's focus is on building communities.
EuropeanaTech 2018 will place tech firmly at the centre of the European Year of Cultural Heritage and will bring together an international network of technical and R&D specialists from cultural heritage organisations, research institutions and creative industries to share innovative progress and forecast the technical future of Europeana and digital cultural heritage.
Five places for impact meeting available for Association Network Members
Are you interested in the topic of impact? Do you want to contribute to defining impact goals for Europe in the coming years? Then join us at the Estonian Health Care Museum on 4 and 5 October 2017 for the next Impact meeting.
The conference ‘Museums in the Digital Sphere: Opportunities and Challenges’ on 6 October 2017 at the Pinakothek der Moderne will provide an opportunity to analyse the needs and wishes of museum visitors in the 21st century and in this context open up topics such as digital collections, transparency, and open access to public discussion.
National Library of Serbia is pleased to announce, regarding the anniversary of 70 years since the establishment of Special Collections Department, the international conference Special Collections in the Context of Cultural Heritage Protection and Cultural Development Fostering on 2-3 October 2017.
Europeana 2020: Crisis, Change and Culture was held over three action packed days earlier this month, 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.
We’re very excited to announce the Europeana 2020 programme. Read on to find out how you can build your own programme and join us between 11 and 13 November for three days of inspiring and innovative 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, the Europeana events team and the Europeana Network Association’s specialist communities had to start to work very differently. This document is a work-in-progress. It is being designed so that we have a set of useful and usable guidelines for digital events organised by Europeana or organised in cooperation with Europeana.
When large parts of Europe went into lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, events had to start to work very differently. In this post, Europeana Foundation Events Manager, Gina van der Linden, reflects on this shift from physical to digital events, and shares her learnings from the past few months.
As an organisation which champions digital and digitised cultural heritage, we are working to help cultural heritage professionals find support and tools at a time when many of the sector’s activities are moving online. Explore some of our existing resources, picks for webinars and inspirational reads below.
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).
Europeana Network Association members are eligible for reimbursement up to a maximum €400 for your stay (travel and accommodation costs) if you book your Europeana 2019 ticket before 12 October 2019. Read our reimbursement rules for full details.