Topic: art and new media technologies

Photomediations: a call for creative works

The editors of Photomediations: An Open Book are working with the Europeana Space Best Practice Network to curate an exhibition (both online and physical), and recently were calling out to the photographic community to submit works for consideration. We were … Continue reading


TRANS(E)MISSION EXPOSED – exhibition in Prague

Towards better human via digital…? – Installations, artist-talk and discussion regarding technologically enhanced life/mind forms in Ex Post Cultural Space in Prague. Statement 1. The biggest danger for artificial intelligence is the chance, that it will most likely be created … Continue reading


E-Space Dance Pilot: Testing Sessions in Athens

by Hetty Blades (Coventry University), Alex Stan and George Ioannidis (IN2) The second round of user testing and evaluation of the two Dance Pilot applications, DancePro and DanceSpaces, took place on 27th and 28th September. The event was held at the … Continue reading


E-Space at symposium “Intangible Cultural Heritage and Innovation”

Europeana Space and the Dance pilot in particular was presented by the coordinator Sarah Whatley at this three-day symposium, which discussed the current status of research on recording and visualisation techniques and their application within the field of intangible cultural heritage, … Continue reading


E-Space at SOIMA 2015 conference

Unlocking Sound and Image Heritage was the theme of SOIMA 2015 conference held on 3rd-4th of September in Brussels, Belgium at the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and Arts, organized by ICCROM (International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and … Continue reading


Presenting the Theatrical Past. Interplays of Artefacts, Discourses and Practices

The conference “Presenting the Theatrical Past. Interplays of Artefacts, Discourses and Practices” addresses questions concerning our relationship to theatre history. The theatre of the past is accessible to us via historical objects, theoretical discourses and archive materials. But we can also experience it through performance practices that keep traditions alive or engage in re-enactments of theatre events and representations. Continue reading


Symposium: Preservation and Access to Born-digital Art and Culture

In the continuation of their collaborative program on Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age which started beginning of 2015, iMAL and Packed organise on 30-31 October 2015 in Brussels the first international symposium on the issues of preservation of born-digital art and culture and their public access. We hope to see you there! Continue reading


7th Conference on Cultural and Media Economics

On 24-25 September 2015, at the François-Mitterrand site of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, the 7th Conference on Cultural and Media Economics was held, organised by The French Ministry of Culture and Communication’s Department of Studies, Forward-Looking Analysis and Statistics, the KEDGE Business School’s “Creative Industries, Culture and Sport” research cluster and Sciences Po’s Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies. RICHES partner Karol Borowiecki intervened with a presentation of the project and a speech under the title “Europe’s cultural consumption in the digital age: does fiscal policy matter?” Continue reading


Hacking the [Dancing] Body

The Europeana Space project is organising an exciting event about the use and re-use of cultural digital content, in particular dance. An international jury will reward the three best teams with a trip to London for an intensive a Business Model Workshop, where the team with the strongest concept and business model after the Workshop will win a 3-month intensive incubation package to deliver their ideas on the real market. Continue reading


Hidden Spire 2015: Before The Tempest

Taking place in Oxford on 17-18 September 2015, live theatre performance “Before the Tempest” imagines what life was like on the island for Miranda and Prospero as a prequel to Shakespeare’s classic tale of love, magic and bad weather. The play is the result of this year’s Hidden Spire, which brings together a team of professional artists to make a show from scratch alongside people who are homeless. Part of the “Art In Crisis” festival, Hidden Spire is a partnership between Arts at the Old Fire Station and Crisis Skylight Oxford. Its activities were case study of EU project Civic Epistemologies. Continue reading