Marco Rendina is the Managing Director of the European Fashion Heritage Association and he is also senior consultant at Istituto Luce - Cinecittà.
Marco has been working for two decades with museums, archives and libraries across Europe, supporting them in their digital transformation, advocating for open access, gaining extensive experience in Digital Libraries design and implementation and fostering innovation in the cultural heritage sector in Europe. He is a member of the Board of Directors in various international cultural heritage organisations and networks, like the European Fashion Heritage Association, the Jewish Heritage Network and the EUscreen Foundation.
He has been a member of the Italian Organisation for Standardisation Working Group on Cinematographic Works (UNI GL6) and deputy member for Italy of the European Committee for Standardisation – Technical Committee (CEN/TC 372) on Cinematographic Works, where he has been one of the editors of the EN 15907 standard on “Film identification – Enhancing interoperability of metadata”.
He has been appointed Chair of the Europeana Aggregators Forum from 2018 to 2021, and he is currently a member of the Advisory Board of the Europeana Foundation.