Topic: WEAVE News

Meet WEAVE Team: PédeXumbo

PédeXumbo was born in 1998 to provide a legal framework for the Andanças Festival, created in 1996 by a group of Portuguese young people. The Association’s work can be divided into two stages: before and after 2007. Until 2007, it … Continue reading


«De Volta aos Bailes mandados em Portugal» the new project of PédeXumbo

WEAVE partner PédeXumbo announces a new project about traditional heritage dances for which synergies with WEAVE will be explored. The project is focused on the “Bailes Mandados”, a varied dance practice where all the dances have in common the fact … Continue reading


The Eva Schul Archive: Constructing Dance Memories in the Southern Brazil

text by Mônica Fagundes Dantas, UFRGS and Rosa Cisneros, C-DARE Coventry University. Carne Digital: Arquivo Eva Schul (Digital Flesh: The Eva Schul Archive) is a digital dance archive about the life and work of choreographer and teacher Eva Schul, consisting … Continue reading


WEAVE mentioned in the ResDance Podcast series

text by Rosa Cisneros, C-DARE Coventry University. ResDance Podcast series, curated by Dr. Gemma Harman, Senior Lecturer in Dance and Dance Science, Dance Department  at the University of Chichester, is a podcast dedicated to research methodologies and methods in dance … Continue reading


Europeana integration of the WEAVE tools, work ongoing

  WEAVE project is currently developing a set of tools to support cultural heritage institutions for the activities of digital content aggregation and access. The toolkit consists of several open and reusable tools and technologies employing a mix of AI … Continue reading


Europeana WEAVE events focusing on diversity and inclusion

A calendar of WEAVE events programmed for February-March 2022 has focus on capacity building. The effort is devoted to cultural heritage institutions and to cultural managers, professionals, students, researchers, and communities. A series of Europeana WEAVE events is specifically focused … Continue reading


WEAVE goes to ECQI, the European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry

text by Marie-Louise Crawley (Centre for Dance Research [C-DaRE], Coventry University). On 3rd February 2022, WEAVE’s Rosa Cisneros and Marie-Louise Crawley (Centre for Dance Research [C-DaRE], Coventry University) organized and facilitated a Dream Team session at ECQI 2022. The Dream … Continue reading


WEAVE collaborates with project ECHO II

Efforts to sustain communities in the engagement with their tangible and intangible heritage are always welcome and a priority for EC and the European Union at large. For this reason, various projects are funded that deal with protecting, engaging and … Continue reading


WEAVE LabDays continue to support institutions safeguarding tangible and intangible heritage

text and image courtesy of Rosa Cisneros. Over the last few months, the WEAVE team (Rosa Cisneros, Marie-Louise Crawley and Sarah Whatley) have been busy co-ordinating a series of ten project LabDays held in conjunction with partners IN2, ARCTUR, UNL, … Continue reading


WEAVE was a best practice example at the Erasmus+ NEFELI training

text and image by Rosa Cisneros. The Erasmus+ NEFELI project offered a weeklong training of non-formal learning activities and methods that can support women from various parts of society. The team targeted women from grassroots communities, refugee and asylum seekers as well … Continue reading