Topic: photography

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Arno, Compagno di Vita – photoexhibition in Pisa

European Commission’s project WeAre#EuropeForCulture is partnering with Photoconsortium’s network to organize participatory events in various European cities, with the aim of creating exhibitions that include both institutional and crowdsourced heritage and which celebrate the diversity of European cultural heritage, by … Continue reading


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REvivEU.. it’s our history too!

REvivEU is a project financed by the EU in the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage. The objective is to realize a series of pop-up exhibitions across 2019 in various European cities, to celebrate the diversity of European … Continue reading


15es Jornades Imatge i Recerca al Palau de Congresso de Girona. Acte d'obertura de les jornades. D'esquerra a dreta, Joan Soler, president de l'Associació d'Arxivers - Gestors de Documents de Catalunya, Narcís Sastre, regidor de Paisatge i Hàbitat Urbà de l'Ajuntament de Girona, Elsa Ibar, directora general de Patrimoni Cultural de la Generalitat de Catalunya i Joan Boadas, director del Centre de Recerca i Difusió de la Imatge.
I&R conference as one benchmark event for professionals in photography and audiovisual

During the third week of November (from 21 to 24) it was held a new edition of the Image and Research Conference, organized by the Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI) of the Girona City Council with the collaboration … Continue reading


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50s in Europe Kaleidoscope (2018-2020)

“50s in Europe Kaleidoscope” is a new project led by KU Leuven and including a mix of technology partners, universities and content providers. The aim of the project is to use state-of-the-art technologies to improve the user experience in engaging … Continue reading


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Europeana Migration Collection Day – Pisa

Photoconsortium and KU Leuven, in collaboration with Europeana, the European digital library, in the framework of the Europeana Migration project, organized a Collection Day and photographic exhibition hosted by the Museo della Grafica in Pisa. We all have objects, photographs … Continue reading


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Euromed 2018 registrations are now open

The EuroMed2018 registration is online and it is mandatory for ALL the participants: https://euromed2018.eu/index.php/registration Moreover, it is a real success that in total 537 papers have been submitted and reviewed for the EuroMed2018 conference. The 97 accepted papers are already … Continue reading


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Digital Cultural Heritage as a lab for fostering win-win collaboration between the public and the private sector

PHOTOCONSORTIUM, the international consortium for photographic heritage, organizes its annual event 2018 in Barcelona, hosted by Generalitat de Catalunia – GENCAT in the beautiful locations of the Department of Culture. While the Association’s general assembly takes place on 11th June, a public … Continue reading


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Registration is open for the 15th edition of Image and Research Conference

img © Ajuntament de Girona. CRDI / Joan Serra Mustich. Passeig General Mendoza 7-10 pis, Massafont Costals, Martí. CC-BY-NC-ND via Europeana The 15th edition of Image and Research Conference will take place from 21 to 24 November 2018 in Girona, Catalunya. … Continue reading


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The Europeana Research Grants Programme 2017 awards a Roma cultural heritage project

In 2017 the Europeana Research Grants Programme collected research proposals all over Europe connected to the theme of intercultural dialogue. Three projects has been chosen within more than 60 proposals and one of them is focused on the Roma identity … Continue reading


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CROC simulates State Hermitage Museum’s Jupiter Hall in Virtual Reality

CROC’s Virtual Reality Center specialists developed a digital copy of the State Hermitage Museum’s Jupiter Hall to demonstrate it in virtual reality. This unparalleled project in the Russian museum domain aims to promote the national cultural heritage. Using the photogrammetry … Continue reading