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Let’s save Europe’s endangered heritage: the 7 Most Endangered Programme 2022

The last 29th June, EuropaNostra launched the Call for Nominations for the 7 Most Endangered programme 2022 which will be open until 17th September 2021. It is a civil society campaign, launched for the first time in 2013, to save Europe’s … Continue reading


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


EAI ArtsIT 2021 – 10th EAI International Conference: ArtsIT, Interactivity & Game Creation

ArtsIT takes place from December 2nd to 4th as a hybrid event at the UNESCO Creative City of Media Arts Karlsruhe, Germany, and in Cyberspace. The conference brings together researchers, practitioners, artists, and academia to present and discuss the symbiosis … Continue reading


Values in participation in cultural activities, UNCHARTED at KISMIF 2021 conference

This week, from 6 to 10 July, the KISMIF (Keep It Simple Make It Fast) 2021 conference, will be held in Porto, Portugal. This event is an international academic/cultural/artistic event based in the city of Porto, open for contributions from … Continue reading


WEAVE LabDays

blog by Marie-Louise Crawley and Rosa Cisneros (COVUNI). In response to one of WEAVE’s central research questions, ‘What open and reusable digital tools can be developed for working with Cultural Heritage content?’, the Coventry team has been tasked with building … Continue reading


The UNCHARTED project presented at the Encontro Ciência 2021

Ciência 2021 is the annual meeting of science, technology and innovation in Portugal. It took place from 28 to 30 June 2021, in the “Centro de Congressos” of Lisbon, with the theme “The Science that creates the Future and transforms … Continue reading


The ROCK Project’s Book is out!

The  ROCK  project  sees  historic  city  centres  as  laboratories  to  demonstrate  how  Cultural  Heritage  can  be  an engine  of  regeneration, sustainable  development  and  economic  growth.  ROCK  approach  foresees  the  systemic  and flexible application of a series of role-model practices in … Continue reading


#i-Portunus Houses call for applications: two days left to the round 1 deadline

The pilot project i-Portunus, financed by the European Commision, supports artists mobility focused on creating, connecting, learning and/or exploring. i-Portunus Houses is open to hosts (organisation or established individual artists/cultural professionals) to team up with 2 to 5 artists and/or cultural … Continue reading