Europeana cafe on the New European Bauhaus

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The European Commission has initiated a New European Bauhaus movement to shape future ways of living that answer the challenges we face today. Think green, sustainable and affordable, alongside accessible, inclusive and beautiful. Find out what it’s all about, what Europeana’s involvement is and how you can join the conversation today.

To support cultural heritage sector’s involvement, Europeana will promote awareness and discussion of New European Bauhaus activities and opportunities throughout the year. We’ll focus on highlighting how the cultural heritage sector can contribute, and collaborate with other sectors including, for example, education, smart cities and the creative industries, to rethink and reshape how we live, and how we can use digital heritage to support that.

Dates:

Wednesday 26 May 2021 – First Europeana Cafe on the New European Bauhaus for cultural heritage professionals! Please register here.
Theme: What is the New European Bauhaus all about and how can you get involved?


Thursday 10 June 2021
– Second Europeana Cafe on the New European Bauhaus for cultural heritage professionals! Please register here.
Theme: What is the role of the Cultural Heritage sector in the New European Bauhaus?


Wednesday 23 June 2021
– Third Europeana Cafe on the New European Bauhaus for cultural heritage professionals! Please register here.
Theme: How does the Cultural Heritage sector promote collaboration and innovation to support the goals of the New European Bauhaus?

 

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