Topic: riches events

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The 20th International Conference on Cultural Economics

RMIT University  is pleased to host the 20th International Conference on Cultural Economics, presented by the Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI). The Conference will be held in Melbourne, Australia, from Tuesday June 26th to Friday June 29th , 2018. The program … Continue reading


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PREFORMA International Conference: Shaping our future memory standards

Following the successful workshops organised in Stockholm, Berlin and Padua, the PREFORMA project invites all the members of the digital preservation community to attend the PREFORMA International Conference – Shaping our future memory standards, which will be held in Tallinn … Continue reading


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Culture 4D: Digitization, Data, Disruptions, Diversity / 3rd Council of Europe Platform Exchange on Culture and Digitisation

The high-level international digital culture conference “Culture 4D: Digitization, Data, Disruptions, Diversity” is taking place on 29-30 September in Tallinn, Estonia. The event is organised in the framework of the Estonian Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers of the Council … Continue reading


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DCDC2016 conference / Collections, connections, collaborations: from potential to impact

DCDC2016 conference will look at the varied and innovative ways in which archives, museums, libraries, and academia can help realise the potential of collections and translate this into social, cultural, and economic impact. The main conference themes will include, but are … Continue reading


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New Horizons for Cultural Heritage

“New Horizons for Cultural Heritage – Recalibrating relationships: bringing cultural heritage and people together in a changing Europe” is the Second Policy Seminar organised by the RICHES project to discuss how the project can provide insights to support evidence-based policymaking in Europe. The seminar comprised political updates by representatives from the European Parliament and the European Commission, the presentation of policy recommendations from the RICHES project and Round Table / World cafè style discussions aimed at providing ‘joined-up’ policy recommendations to be used in the definition of the H2020 work programme for 2018-2020. Continue reading


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EC Workshop on CULTURES & CITIZENSHIP: RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Friday, 8 April 2016, 9.00-16.00 Brussels, Covent Garden, 9th floor, room 183 (COV2 9.0183) 16, Place Charles Rogier, BE-1210 Brussels This workshop gathered projects on Social Sciences and Humanities that focus on different aspects of cultures and citizenship. Agenda and … Continue reading


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Identity Matters: enriching heritage to meet a new era / RICHES final conference

Borders blur. Disciplines merge. Barriers come down. The 21st century is a time of repositioning, and there is a key role to play for heritage. How do we (re)present ourselves, our public, our archives, our countries and our institutes? This was … Continue reading


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Best Practice for Education Workshop

This workshop is the first celebration of the work Europeana Space project is doing in the domain of Education. During this workshop, current best practices for environments/applications to facilitate re-use of digital cultural heritage content in an educational context were examined. ‘Education’ here … Continue reading


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Thinking ahead sustainability – FLAGSHIP Final Conference

The FLAGSHIP final public conference will be held on December 16, 2015, at CEPS premises (Centre for European Policy Studies), Congresplaats 1, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, with the title of “Thinking ahead sustainably: Policies, Scenarios and Models to address Grand Societal Challenges”. FLAGSHIP is … Continue reading


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TRANS(E)MISSION EXPOSED – exhibition in Prague

Towards better human via digital…? – Installations, artist-talk and discussion regarding technologically enhanced life/mind forms in Ex Post Cultural Space in Prague. Statement 1. The biggest danger for artificial intelligence is the chance, that it will most likely be created … Continue reading