- The Hague (Netherlands), 1 May 2017
DANS seminar on May 1, 12.00-17.30h. Meet people at the forefront of new developments in creating, keeping, and using Linked Data. Hear more about nanopublications, self-publishing of scholarly papers, image interoperability and FAIR principles. See how Linked Data can be … Continue reading →
- In the framework of the Digital Humanities Awards 2016, an international prize yearly bestowed to Resources in Digital Humanities.
EAGLE Mediawiki has been awarded as Best DH Tool or Suite of Tools at the Digital Humanities Awards 2016, an international prize yearly bestowed to Resources in Digital Humanities. EAGLE Mediawiki is designed to give a tool to anyone interested in making available the surviving inscriptions of the Greco-Roman world and contributing translations of inscriptions in several European languages, either by providing groups of translations or providing new ones. Continue reading →
What are the innovative ways museums can present their collections to the public, in order to benefit all interested audiences and communities? RICHES partner Waag Society experiments co-creation practices to start a dialogue with the public and come together to create great, new ideas! Its staff started moreover an interview series where several museums and team members of the RICHES project are asked about their vision on co-creation within the heritage sector. This time, Waag did a Q&A with Janine Prins, RICHES member and anthropologist-filmmaker. Continue reading
With Waag, RICHES started an interview series where several museums and team members of the project are asked about their vision on co-creation within the heritage sector. This is the turn of Dick van Dijk, RICHES member and Waag’s creative director. Continue reading
The RICHES team just started an interview series in which they ask several museums and team members of the project about their vision on co-creation within the heritage sector. Continue reading
This workshop, co-organised by the Foundation i2CAT, the Government of Catalonia and the Theatre Institute of Barcelona,examined the gradual adoption of technological environments in the performing arts and how the expanding of bandwidth have given rise to new forms of creative expression, space for experimentation and new business models for performing arts, reaching other spaces such as movie screens and cultural institutions with the distribution of high-definition content. Sarah Whatley, dance professor and director of the Centre for Dance Research (C-Dare) at Coventry University intervened as speaker in representation of the European project RICHES. Continue reading