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MUSEUM DESIGN & INTERPRETATION SHOWCASE

An excellent opportunity for UK companies to meet senior museum directors, exhibition managers and senior decision-makers and procurers from Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, and to develop business in this fast-growing sector. Continue reading


Transmedia Bridge – European Cinema & Audiovisual Days

People and companies play the leading role at TRANSMEDIA BRIDGE, where the stars of brand-new-genre interactive documentary have worked hard for 2 days as consultants of each participant’s project, helping them to meet among the group other participants, to enlarge and enrich better their own tribe. Continue reading


Zimbabwe for the visually impaired students

In Zimbabwe digital tools will help learning of the visually impaired students: thanks to a project of University of Zimbabwe Library in cooperation with European non-for-profit organization EIFL. Continue reading


“I Know Where I’m Going”

The potential for new technologies to create high-quality, remote-access visitor experiences for World Heritage Sites and other sites of cultural, historical and natural significance where remote access is either desirable or necessary. Continue reading


Italian workshop “Nozioni di base sulle e-infrastructures e casi d’uso nell’ambito delle istituzioni culturali”

The workshop aimed to provide basic knowledge about e-infrastructure, their types and employment. Users’ stories showed how their potential can actually help the cultural institutions and not only the research community. Continue reading


Performing Arts Digital Collections: ECLAP. Opportunities, Advantages, Experiences

Dario Fo & Franca Rame will present the archive of their theatre company, which features unique videos, images and texts representing more than 50 years of activity of the Dario Fo and Franca Rame theatre company. Continue reading


Formalising a Model for Digital Rights Clearance

A proposed extension to the CIDOC-CRM standard to model the complexity of the Digital Rights Management. Continue reading


DC-NET project: new services priorities

The DC-NET project is largely concerned with identifying new services for content consumers and exploring how content providers can use e-Infrastructures to help them to offer such new services. Continue reading


The INDICATE Network of Common Interest

The INDICATE network will be naturally interrelated with the DC-NET network: the two projects share indeed many partners and their common interests. Continue reading


WJ-SPOTS BRUXELLES just closed!

A prestigious and international panel of influential net artists, theorists, online activists and digital cultures thinkers met in Bruxelles and shared their views on the past and future of artistic creation on the Internet. Continue reading