Tag: Europeanaphotography

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“All Our Yesterdays” photographic exhibition at Arxiu Nacional de Catalunya

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


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E-Space network enlarges: welcome to Rokiškis regional museum

Rokiškis regional museum is an institutional member of the Lithuanian Museums Association. The beginnings of Rokiškis Regional Museum date back to 1933, when enthusiasts assembled in the Society for Regional Studies and established the Museum of Regional Studies. The first … Continue reading


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Photography Pilot on show at exhibition “Kunst in eigen Huis”

E-Space Photography Pilot was a guest exhibitor at the “Kunst in eigen Huis” (Art at Home) event on 22-23 October 2015 in Leuven, Belgium. The event was organized by KU Leuven groups of Seniores and students in Cultural Studies and wanted … Continue reading


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IPR: good or bad for Creativity in the Digital World?

In a recently published post on the Cultural Studies Leuven blog, Prof. Fred Truyen (KU Leuven), coordinator of the E-Space project’s photography pilot, offers some reflections on his experience with Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in the successfully concluded EuropeanaPhotography project… Continue reading


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Europeana Photography at NALIS Forum 2015

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


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Sofia, Bulgaria: NALIS Forum 2015

The 4th international conference organised by the NALIS Foundation was held on 12 May 2015 in the Ball Room of Radisson Blu Grand Hotel Sofia, under the title “The Challenge to Collaborate in the Digital Age”. Special guest and presenter was Antonella Fresa from Promoter SRL, going to focus on digitisation, creative re-use of cultural content and citizen participation. Continue reading


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Europeana Photography: excellent results

The review meeting, hosted by the project Coordinator Fred Truyen at the premises of KU Leuven, welcomed the Project Officer Krzysztof Nichczynski and the reviewers Makx Dekkers and Tom Wachtel with whom the Europeana Photography WP leaders had the possibility to illustrate and discuss the project achievements. Photo courtesy TopFoto.co.uk Continue reading


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Europeana Photography Final Conference

The EuropeanaPhotography project ended 31st of January 2015. To mark the occasion, we organized a two-day conference in Leuven on Thursday 29 and Friday 30th of January, under the theme “The Impact of Digitization on Photographic Heritage: Memories Reframed“. Continue reading


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E-Space disseminated @ Europeana Photography final conference

The connection between Europeana Space and Europeana Photography is stronger than ever, basing on a Cooperation Agreement and most of all on common themes of reflection and activites. On 29-30 January, the Final Conference of Europeana Photography was organized in … Continue reading


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Europeana Photography: grand-final

The conference title is The Impact of Digitization on Photographic Heritage: Memories Reframed and took place on 29-30 January. The second instance of All Our Yesterdays took place from February 1 to March 15, 2015, in Campus Library Arenberg – Heverlee and Tweebronnen Library – Leuven (BE). Besides the exhibition, it included events for schools, seniors and amateurs as well as a PechaKucha Night, the first one to be held in Leuven. Continue reading