In September, the European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH) published the position paper ’Youth for the future of cultural heritage in Europe’. They tell us how the paper expresses the vision of youth for a sustainable future for cultural heritage.
The Arts and Cultural Management Conference invites students and young professionals to join an innovative platform where they can present their research, exchange knowledge, expand their professional network and create meaningful connections within the sector.
Liaising with organisations managed by new professionals and students has been a key action for the Europeana Initiative in recent years. The European Student Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH) team shares their experience collaborating with colleagues from the Europeana Initiative at their 2021 meeting in Madrid and the Europeana 2022 conference.
Are you a student or a new professional who is a member of the European Students Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH)? You can apply for a bursary to attend EuropeanaTech 2023 in The Hague - read on to discover how!