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PRESENTATION OF THE PROJECT
RICHES (Renewal, innovation & Change: Heritage and European Society) is a research project about change: about the decentring of culture and cultural heritage away from institutional structures towards the individual and about the questions which the advent of digital technologies is posing in relation to how we understand, collect and make available Europe’s cultural heritage (CH). Continue reading →
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online event, 2nd – 5th November 2020
The newly established UNESCO and European Research Area (ERA) Chairs on Digital Heritage are announcing the International Web-Conference EuroMed 2020 dedicated to Digital Cultural Heritage Documentation, Preservation and Protection This unique conference is in cooperation with the European Parliament, the … Continue reading →
Confronting (non) participation and the socio-political in art works
The Museum of Non Participation embeds its institutional critique in its very title, yet it releases itself from being an actual museum. Instead it travels as a place, a slogan, a banner, a performance, a newspaper, a film, an intervention, an occupation: situations that enable this museum to “act.” Continue reading →
The interactive performance was a success of assistance and experimentation
The impact of the distributed performance, as new forms of Cultural Heritage expression, is studied in the framework of the RICHES project. “ULTRAORBISM” opens new doors for experimental and creative formats using advanced visual environments in the field of telematics and distributed events. The potential utilities of the results are very rich from a technical point of view and also from an artistic perspective, and the excellent results of this experience present a very optimistic future in the development of co-creation environments in Europe and the use of ICT in the fields of culture and the arts. Continue reading →
Brussels (Belgium), 30 November - 1 December 2017
Once again this year, EUDAT is co-organising the Digital Infrastructures for Research (DI4R) event together with RDA Europe, PRACE, EGI, OpenAIRE and GÉANT. The event takes place in the heart of the European Union in Brussels (Belgium) on 30th November and 1st December 2017, hosted … Continue reading →
available open access at Springer, the book makes a creative addition to the debates surrounding the cultural heritage domain.
Developed within the RICHES FP7 research project about the context of change of our society and cultural heritage, the book “Cultural Heritage in a Changing World” addresses several core topics, through essays of important experts, adding to the debates surrounding the … Continue reading →
Using big data analysis, it would be possible to develop innovative predictive analytics in forecasting future attendance and visitor engagement.
August 16 2017 The National Gallery, London, is working in collaboration with museum analytics firm, Dexibit, to use big data for predictive analytics. For decades, directors at the helms of the world’s cultural institutions have faced the challenge of balancing … Continue reading →
Tallinn (Estonia), 29-30 September 2016
Culture 4D: Digitization, Data, Disruptions, Diversity / 3rd Council of Europe Platform Exchange on Culture and Digitisation
The high-level international digital culture conference “Culture 4D: Digitization, Data, Disruptions, Diversity” is taking place on 29-30 September in Tallinn, Estonia. The event is organised in the framework of the Estonian Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers of the Council … Continue reading →