Sparkling February for Photoconsortium! We are all invited to join the final appointments of We Are#EuropeForCulture and Kaleidoscope projects!

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Photoconsortium, REACH project Associate Partner, in the framework of its activity for the promotion of citizen engagement in culture and preservation of societal memory, is happy to share with the REACH community  these glowing events which represent the final milestones of two main projects carried on by the consortium:
PAST | PRESENT,  participatory exhibition that will be hold in Brussels  and will conclude the series of pop-up exhibition realized in the framework of the WeAre#EuropeForCulture project
“New strategies for user engagement and digital heritage”, the final conference of the Fifties in Europe Kaleidoscope project, organized by SPK – Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, REACH Partner.
Both event are excellent opportunity for learn about the value of digital cultural heritage for citizens, the history of the fifties and in the same time, to celebrate the richness  of the European cultural heritage, its diversity and to empower citizens in a more participative approach to cultural heritage.
Read more about PAST | PRESENT final exhibition at: https://www.photoconsortium.net/europeforculture/final-event/
Read more about kaleidoscope final conference at: https://www.digitalmeetsculture.net/article/fifties-in-europe-kaleidoscope-final-conference/

 

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