ECLAP: e-library for performing arts to hold a public workshop


Performing Arts Digital Collections:

ECLAP – Connecting stages. Best Practice Network presents: Stage heritage at your fingertips.

14 November 2012, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the National Theatre Museum of Slovenia in Ljubljana.


We kindly invite you to the workshop Stage heritage at your fingertips. Held by the ECLAP – Connecting Stages, Best Practice Network, it is the fourth in the series of international events planned by this international European consortium of technology and content providers.

The workshop will take in Ljubljana on 14 November 2012, organised by ECLAP partner Muzeum Ljubljana, in collaboration with the National Theatre Museum of Slovenia and the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Science and Arts (ZRC SAZU).

The workshop is supported by the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia.
ECLAP’s partners will present the portal and its unique features as well as present highlights from the collections, which features rare videos, images, and texts. The remarkable items from the archives and collections of some of the most important European performing arts institutions are being made available to EUROPEANA, the European digital library for the first time, thanks to ECLAP. ECLAP also provides innovative and unique solutions and tools to help performing arts institutions manage their collections and make them accessible.

ECLAP, the European Collected Library of Artistic Performance, is the new online archive for all performing arts in Europe,  co-funded through the ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission.

Are you passionate about the performing arts?

Are you a performing artist, director, dramaturg, theorist, manager, researcher, performing arts practitioner, or educator?

Do you manage your performing arts institution’s archive? Is your institution interested in going digital?

Then this event is especially for you!

Participation in the workshop is free of charge but spaces are limited.

Please register here before 10 November.

For detailed programme and other practical info see here.

The language of the workshop is English. If you have any further inquiries or require additional information about this event, please contact:

If you are not registered on the ECLAP portal, you may do so at

See also the FB page of the event:



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