- special issue 'Perceiving Cultural Heritage Through Digital Technologies' / deadline 30th November
The aim of this special issue is to solicit interdisciplinary studies about the complex phenomenon that takes place during the aesthetic and synesthetic involvement of a human observer in the perception of Cultural Heritage and art mediated by virtual and … Continue reading →
- Facet Publishing have announced the release of Open Licensing for Cultural Heritage by Gill Hamilton and Fred Saunderson.
In the digital era, libraries, archives, museums and galleries are no longer constrained by the physical limitations of their buildings, analogue books, manuscripts, maps, paintings and artefacts. Cultural collections now can be safely distributed and shared globally. To ensure that … Continue reading →
- This is the fifth in a series of interviews with people using MediaConch within their institutions.
Julia Kim is the Digital Assets Specialist at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. So far, she has primarily used MediaConch to create reports for new and incoming born-digital video from the Civil Rights History Project and the DPX files from digitizing celluloid film. Continue reading →
PRESENTATION OF THE PROJECT
EuropeanaPhotography is a digitisation project playing a key role in ensuring that digital content related to early photography is accessible in Europeana. Continue reading →
Another instance of the successful photographic exhibition All Our Yesterdays, originally produced in the framework of Europeanaphotography project (2012-2015) and now curated by the spin off association PHOTOCONSORTIUM, is taking place until 31 December 2017 in Sant Cugat, Barcelona, at the … Continue reading →
On the occasion of Photoconsortium general assembly, a public seminar is organized on the theme of: “Virtual Museums and Photographic Heritage“. Virtual museums are not the simple transposition of a real museum on the Internet. They are not only archives … Continue reading →
Photographic exhibition “Tomorrows and Yesterdays: Mads Nissen Meets Europe’s First Photographers” is opening on 13 May 2015 and running till 2 August 2015 at the premises of Arbejdeermuseet, one of the founding members of PHOTOCONSORTIUM. Here, award-winning Danish photographer Mads Nissen will juxtapose the original selection of around 100 early photographs from the All Our Yesterdays show with his own vision and reflections. Continue reading →
The great experience of the Europeana Photography project is near to its end: the project is finishing on 31st January 2015 with a big closing event in Leuven. But the end of the project is nothing else than what it … Continue reading →
Europeana Photography partner Divadelny Ustav is organizer of a great exhibition on the theatrical world, witnessed through + 400 beautiful old photographs. Opening Thursday 6th November 2014. The exhibtion is part of the Slovak Month of Photography initiatives. Continue reading →
On 12 May 2015, in Sofia, at the Ball Room of Radisson Blu Grand Hotel, the 4th international conference organised by the NALIS Foundation was held, under the title “The Challenge to Collaborate in the Digital Age”. As a special guest, Antonella Fresa delivered a speech aimed at emphasizing the sociological impact of digital cultural heritage and technologies. Recently concluded EU-project Europeana Photography was presented as successful initiative in the field. Continue reading →
The great exhibition of early photography opened on Friday 11th April. The Museum of Graphics in Palazzo Lanfranchi hosted international guests from all over Europe to celebrate the ribbon cutting, and to unveil the photographic masterpieces which are in the exhibition. “All Our Yesterdays: Life Through the Lens of Europe’s First Photographers (1839 – 1939)”, in Pisa, 11th April – 2nd June 2014 Continue reading →