WEAVE at Europeana 2021: Recover, Rebuild, Grow

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Europeana 2021 will explore how the cultural heritage sector can recover, rebuild and grow in a post-pandemic world. The rich programme of talks, panel discussions and presentations promises a great engagement with all the attendees.

70% of the programme for Europeana 2021 – over 30 sessions – was co-created with cultural heritage professionals across the sector who responded to a call for proposals. Among those, the WEAVE project community is happy to present the work that is ongoing for enabling engagement of various communities with their cultural heritage, also with an eye on discussing the mainstream representation of minority communities heritage, advocating for a more inclusive and balanced approach.

The talk about WEAVE, conducted by Antonella Fresa representing Photoconsortium, takes place on 11th November at 2 pm.

WEAVE will also be showcased in the virtual poster session that animates the conference virtual space.

Discover and register: https://pro.europeana.eu/post/announcing-our-programme-for-europeana-2021

 

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