Earlier this year, the Hunt Museum published a case study which shared insights from their experience digitising items from their collections in 3D. Read on to hear about their experience and learn how objects digitised in 3D can form an important part of engagement strategies.
Europeana’s accredited aggregator for photography, Photoconsortium, has published two case studies which highlight the benefits that publishing cultural heritage data on Europeana has brought for two cultural heritage institutions.
The recently opened ‘Golf is Art’ exhibition at the Museo della Grafica in Pisa explores the world and heritage of the sport. Europeana aggregator Photoconsortium tells us about the exhibition, and how they worked with the institution to incorporate sporting content from Europeana into its displays.
Starting in autumn 2021, Europeana’s Digital Transformation Task Force has been investigating the challenges facing the cultural heritage sector in its digital transformation. Find out more about the Task Force’s findings and access the outcomes.