With a background in library and information science, Maggy works across multiple teams by overseeing production process of Europeana Exhibitions and sourcing open content. When not searching the collections for hidden gems, she is packing for her next trip abroad.
TuEuropeana 2019 visual, reusing Jan Brueghel the Younger, Paradise with the Fall of Man, Mauritshuis, Holandia, public domain ;Fabryka papieru w Krapkowicach, Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe; Grażyna Rutowska, Kontenery na śmieci pod blokiem przy ul. Baczyński
The TuEuropeana project recently ran a poster competition exploring the theme of environmental sustainability to encourage the creative reuse of material accessed through Europeana and Polish digital repositories. In this post, Małgorzata Szynkielewska, Europeana's Content and Exhibitions Coordinator, interviews Maria Drabczyk - Chief International Projects Expert at FINA and Europeana Network Association Members Councillor - about the competition, which Małgorzata was a jury member.
Read about a series of weekly workshops, which are a part of Tu Europeana, a campaign coordinated by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National AudioVisual Institute of Poland (NInA) to increase the awareness of digital cultural heritage available in Europeana Collections and to encourage reuse of openly-licensed materials.
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