- In nearly 100 years of research, the Corpus formed a photographic archive, highly specialized in Tuscan painting from 1100 to 1400, that is currently being digitized.
The Corpus of Florentine Painting is a project of the years 1920s by Richard Offner, Art Historian at New York University, which aimed at deploying a systematic study of Florentine painting from its beginning to the Reinassance, cataloguing the works … Continue reading →
- Chicago (IL) USA, 20-21 April 2017
DPLAfest 2017—the fourth major gathering of the Digital Public Library of America’s broad community—will take place on April 20-21, 2017 in Chicago at Chicago Public Library’s Harold Washington Library Center. An annual series of workshops, presentations, and discussions, DPLAfest brings … Continue reading →
by Beatrix Lehmann, Museumsmedien On October 29th and 30th the workshop “Presentation and evaluation of the Toolbox” took place in Berlin, at German Resistance Memorial Center. The memorial is content provider of the Toolbox pilot and hosted the workshop together … Continue reading
The Toolbox of Europeana Space Museums Pilot is a web-based application designed for museum curators, that will allow them to create always brand new educational videos and promotional worksheets melting the museums/memorials contents with the cultural heritage available in Europeana, the European digital … Continue reading
Beatrix Lehmann of Museumsmedien participated in a very interesting event: Names of Shoah Victims: from Scattered Sources to Individual Personal Stories, an International Workshop within the Framework of the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI). The participants represented Memorials, Archives, Universities, Museums coming … Continue reading
On July 1 2014, the Federal Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel opened the new permanent exhibition “Resistance against National Socialism” in the German Resistance Memorial Center in Berlin. The entire social breadth and ideological diversity of the fight against the National Socialist dictatorship is are documented in 18 topic areas. The barrier-free permanent exhibition is accompanied by a wide range of media and materials, along with an audio guide in seven languages and a video guide in German Sign Language. Continue reading