Created: 23 March 2018
Michal Čudrnák tells us how openly licensed collections and creative reuse help the Slovak National Gallery reach new audiences.
Created: 26 February 2018
Curator Lea van der Vinde tells us how openly licensed digital collections help the Mauritshuis achieve its goals
Created: 31 January 2018
As part of our series dedicated to museums opening up their collections, we spoke to the Pinakotheken's Antje Lange about a landmark 2017 and her plans for this year.
Created: 20 December 2017
As part of our series dedicated to museums opening up their collections, we speak to Hanna-Leena Paloposki, Chief Curator and Archive & Library Manager at the Finnish National Gallery
Created: 8 November 2017
Giulia Marsili from the University of Bologna, and BYZART consortium, introduces a new Generic Services project to digitize and promote Byzantine art and archaeology
Created: 20 November 2012
Digitising Contemporary Art (DCA) is a 30-month project, digitising art created after 1945. By June 2013 it will have made central parts of the collections of 21 European art institutions available online. The collections include paintings, sculptures, photographs, video, drawings, prints, collages and book art.