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new opportunities for employment and economic growth within the creative industries
Europeana Space aims to increase and enhance the creative industries’ use of digital cultural content and Europeana by delivering a range of resources to support their engagement. The use of content is still limited by factors including the issue of… Continue reading →
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- Comment on Art Up Your Tab: heritage in your browser by Douglas McCarthy
Hi Ian, Art Up Your Tab is coming to Firefox soon. We expect to release the Firefox product in early July. Thanks for getting in touch. Hope you're enjoying the Chrome version in the meantime.
- Comment on ‘Women, beware of bicycle face!’ by Weekly Links & Thoughts #124 | meshedsociety.com
[…] Pessimists Archive: Bicycle Informative and hilarious episode investigating the fears people had about the emergence of the bicycle. My favorite are the concerns of the hat industry as well as the worry about an alleged disease called “bicycle face”. […]
- Comment on Art Up Your Tab: heritage in your browser by Ian
No Firefox support? :(
Enroll now and learn how to creatively reuse digital cultural content from professionals of the Europeana Space network.
For the second academic year, the E-Space MOOC “Creative with Digital Heritage” is accepting enrollments. Europeana Space was a EC-funded project about the creative reuse of digital cultural heritage, which concluded in March 2017 with “excellent” evaluation from the EC … Continue reading →
On the occasion of the launch event of Europeana Photography, the new online platform about early photography, a station with the Pop-Up Museum was set up for trying the Man Meets World exhibition
One of the virtual interactive exhibitions about Belle Epoque, which are curated by KU Leuven and powered with the MuPop (the Pop-Up Museum tool developed in 2016 within E-Space project) was on show in Pisa on 20th May. On the … Continue reading →
Multimedia app shows „Snow White“ and plays Estonian film music in the National Library in Tallinn
On 2 May 2017 the National Library of Estonia launched a MuPoP exhibition in the Library’s foyer. The exhibition introduces one book illustration stored in the National Library together with famous film tunes, creating a nostalgic but also educating effect. … Continue reading →
now, citizens from around the world can vote online for the Public Choice Award and win a trip to Turku for the Awards Ceremony.
On the 5th of April, the European Commission and Europa Nostra revealed the winners of the 2017 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards, Europe’s top honour in the heritage field. The 29 laureates from 18 countries … Continue reading →
At the final review in Brussels the project was awarded with the highest evaluation! We are so proud!
Dear followers of E-Space project, I am very pleased to tell you that the final project review went very well and we have been awarded an ‘excellent’ for the project. Moreover, the reviewers described the project as ‘exceeding expectations’. This … Continue reading →
On show for students, teachers and passers-by, two photographic exhibitions on the Belle Époque: “Man meets world”, and “Cuisine”
By Clarissa Colangelo, KU Leuven. As the new semester begins here at KU Leuven, we have kicked it off with a small surprise for the students: from the 13th until the 15th of February, two Pop-Up Museum photographic exhibitions have been on display in Agora, … Continue reading →
the technology and its application will be demonstrated in the important event MW17
The conference MW17: Museums and the Web (this year taking place in Cleveland, Ohio, April 19-22) will feature advanced research and exemplary applications of digital practice for cultural, natural and scientific heritage. During the conference, a 1-hour demonstration by Brigitte Jansen … Continue reading →