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Digital Transformation for User Engagement in Cultural Heritage

This unique webinar organized by Photoconsortium in collaboration with Europeana and the Cyprus University of Technology will be online via ZOOM in the contex of the EUROMED 2020 webconference. EUROMED – 2 to 5 November 2020 Free registration available here: … Continue reading


REACH Project at the #OpenKnowledgeWeek on line exhibition

From 27 to 30 October 2020, REACH will participate to the virtual exhibition organized in the framework of the Rock Open Knowledge Week, a four days on line event for city officers, policy-makers, urban researchers, cultural actors and civic changemakers. … Continue reading


NEMO’s European Museum Conference 2020:Museums Making Sense

The Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) invites you to discuss how museums can help visitors make sense of complicated matters – be it climate change or migration processes or economic relations. Through storytelling methods, museums can help us understand … Continue reading


Culture x Climate 2020: mobilising arts, culture and heritage for climate action

Culture x Climate 2020 is a virtual global forum for arts, culture and heritage-based climate action, presented from 12 October to 27 November, by the Climate Heritage Network. Culture x Climate 2020 brings together leaders, practitioners, researchers, and experts from … Continue reading


The culture sector is committed to the climate

“Cultural Heritage is a Climate Action Issue. Climate Action is a Cultural Heritage Issue” this is the premise of the event organized by the Climate Heritage Network.   Culture x Climate 2020 is a virtual global forum for arts, culture … Continue reading


Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment present: the SoPHIA project

SoPHIA is a two years project started on January 2020 which aims at proposing a holistic impact assessment model for historical, environmental and cultural heritage in Europe. With the term holistic it understands that the economic, social, environmental and cultural … Continue reading


The first steps of SOPHIA, the new Social Platform for Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment

SOPHIA is a two years project started on January 2020 which aims at proposing a holistic impact assessment model for historical, environmental and cultural heritage in Europe. With the term holistic it understands that the economic, social, environmental and cultural … Continue reading


The first ESACH Talks series: people and heritage. In partnership with Europa Nostra

  Last call to participate in the first ESACH Talk series that will be held online tomorrow, October 6, in partnership with Europa Nostra. The event is planned as an interactive, very fast event (about 45 minutes) during which young … Continue reading