Topic: past events

Digital Storytelling Festival

Europeana, the European gateway to digital cultural heritage, is reflecting about digital storytelling since a long time, also thanks to a dedicated task force on the topic, run by the Europeana Communicators Community with 26 members from 14 countries. Storytelling … Continue reading


Europeana Aggregators Fair

On June 16 – 17, the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum will open their virtual doors to cultural heritage professionals and anyone with an interest in high quality, open cultural heritage content at the Europeana Aggregators’ Fair. The event is a a … Continue reading


Using AI to monitor historic towns and landscapes: #Connecting Archaeology

This webinar explores some of the ways that artificial intelligence is being used with aerial and satellite imagery to monitor landscapes. Three speakers will give short presentations after which there will be time for questions and discussion. “AI and satellite … Continue reading


Research and digital cultural heritage: new impact horizons

On 11 and 12 May 2021, Europeana will bring together cultural heritage professionals, policy makers, academics and researchers to discuss impact horizons of research when nurtured by digital cultural heritage. Digital content and technology democratise access to cultural heritage and … Continue reading


Using Vocabularies and Linked data: #ConnectingArchaeology webinar

This webinar explores some of the ways that cultural heritage institutions can use controlled vocabularies and Linked Data to improve the discoverability of their content in Europeana. Three speakers will give short presentations after which there will be time for … Continue reading


Cultural heritage and climate change

On March 19, the Fridays For Future Movement and Europeana Climate Action Group organized a meeting to discuss collective climate action with a focus on steps that the cultural heritage sector can take to achieve this. As a sector, a call to action … Continue reading


Crowddreaming: Youth Co-Create Digital Culture conference

Cultural heritage was put in the spotlight in 2018 with European Year of Cultural Heritage that saw thousands of events and millions of people engaged across the European continent. But it didn’t stop there. Successes from 2018 and new policy … Continue reading


Blend & Bleed – Symposium on Transreality and Pervasive Play

The series of online workshops conjures synergies between the fields of performance, LARP, game design and media theory. The common inquiry will be the phenomenon of ‘bleed’, wherein the boundaries between fiction and reality, the virtual and physical world dissolve. … Continue reading


Paleography And Diplomatics On The Digital Humanities Route: Pathways And Proposals

Sponsored by CIDEHUS – University of Évora (Portugal), in partnership with the Centro de História – University of Lisbon (Portugal), this event will pose questions and discuss hypotheses for the work of digital humanities in history: What past and what … Continue reading


Space for CH: How space technology can help monitor and preserve our cultural heritage

Several factors, both natural and anthropic ones, endanger nowadays our cultural heritage: subsidence, ground motion, pollution, looting, collateral damages and intentional attacks. Data provided by the European Space Agency Copernicus fleet of satellites and other cutting edge technologies leveraging on … Continue reading