E-Space liases with sister project Europeana Creative for the Culture Jam final conference

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Europeana Creative Culture Jam is the final showcase event of Europeana Creative, a groundbreaking project that explores ways for creative industries to connect with cultural heritage. Culture Jam will mix inspiring keynote talks with lively discussion on topics ranging from copyright to co-creation and from living labs to business models.

Everyone with a creative, practical or strategic interest in open data, cultural heritage or digital culture is invited to join Culture Jam at the Austrian National Library.

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Official website of the event with any information: http://www.europeanacreativeculturejam.eu/

Europeana Space will actively participate in this great happening, and several of its members have joined the event’s Advisory Board; the project will be showcased with a presentation and an exhibition of the Europeana TV pilot.

 

 

 

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