The event brought together professionals with interest in cultural heritage and tourism and inspired participants to build strong connections and explore viable collaborations. It was organised by the Europeana Foundation, Jewish Heritage Network and The European Association for the Preservation and Promotion of Jewish Culture and Heritage (AEPJ).
Incorporating cultural heritage content into tourism activities offers fantastic opportunities to bring it to new audiences. Read on to find out more about an exciting collaboration between Europeana and the Cultural Routes of Europe.
In July, Europeana held its first ‘Lunch Café’ on the theme of ‘Opening Doors’, encouraging discussion around the re-opening of cultural heritage institutions. In this post, Nathan Mannion and Susan Hazan, who led the Café, reflect on re-opening at their own institutions.
As part of our Discovering Europe season, last week we explored how cultural heritage institutions across Europe are starting to open their doors. In this post, Tamara Butigan takes a look at a special reopening initiative from two Serbian museums who are using digitised art from their collections on face masks, offering people a new and timely way to engage with their content.