Tag: Antonella Fresa

Discussing the future of Digital Cultural Heritage

Main aim of the meeting was to compare experiences and ideas, to promote synergies and collaborations among the projects led by the attendees and to identify research spaces in the light of the upcoming new EU programme Horizon 2020. The meeting fostered discussion of a panel composed of high-level experts, coordinators of important EC projects in the area of cultural heritage preservation and enjoyment and in particular related to the digitization, cataloguing, aggregation and creative reuse of digital cultural contents. Continue reading


LuBeC 2013: Lucca as metaphor of the Italy we would like

On the 19th of October 2013, with the closing initiative “Lucca open for LuBeC”, when Lucca offered itself to the participants with events and extra openings, LuBec successfully concluded its 9th edition. In Lucca’s Mayor Tambellini’s words, Lucca becomes metaphor of the Italy we would like. Continue reading


Open e-IRG Workshop to discuss Infrastructures and e-Infrastructures

The main themes about “Infrastructures in the Digital Age: the Data Challenge” and “e-Infrastructure commons” were discussed in two tracks, including speeches by very important and international experts. The workshop organized by e-IRG was held under the Lithuanian EU Presidency of the European Union. Continue reading


Digital Echoes Symposium 2014

Coventry University Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) is pleased to announce the Digital Echoes symposium 2014. Wednesday 8 January 2014; 10 am – 5 pm Convenors:  Professor Sarah Whatley (Coventry University) and Dr Sarah Atkinson (University of Brighton) Digital Echoes 2014 builds … Continue reading


Photography – Museum narratives: a valuable conference

Organized by the Archeology of Photography Foundation, the National Museum in Warsaw and the national Institute of Museology and Collections protection, the seminar included a panel of international speakers. “Bringing together an array of internationally renowned speakers, the conference provided ample platform for debate and creative comparison”, said the organizers. Continue reading


Creative re-use of digital cultural content and private-public-partnerships

Promoter participated to LuBeC 2013 with a presentation of dr. Antonella Fresa about the creative re-use of digital cultural content and best practice for private-public-partnerships. The presentation starts from the consideration that the amount of Digital Cultural Heritage is very large and constantly growing, thanks to the digitization programmes that both private and public content holders are carrying on since the last 10 years. The return on investment should be assessed against the impact delivered to society both in terms of… Continue reading


Europeana Photography @ ICT2013, IPR networking session

The session was intended to foster knowledge exchange and networking actions to address a very common and shared issue from different points of view and backgrounds, also in the light of enabling a true and exploitable creative re-use of the digital content available in Europeana and in other online collections. Continue reading


Agorà of Polis comes back: Mobility, Cultural Heritage, Sustainable Building

The annual event organized by Polis (Polo di Innovazione delle Tecnologie per la Città Sostenibile – Innovation Pole of the Technologies for a Sustainable City) was held in the Engineering College of Siena’s University on the 26th – 27th September 2013. It has hosted two days of debate about the “Smart Specialization Strategy” general topic, structured on the three Polis themes MOBILITY, CULTURAL HERITAGE and SUSTAINABLE BUILDING. Continue reading


International seminar Photography – Museum Narratives

On 14-15 October 2013 the National Museum in Warsaw has hosted the international seminar Photography – Museum Narratives. The seminar was organized by the Archaeology of Photography Foundation, in collaboration with the National Museum in Warsaw and National Institute of Museology and Collections Protection. Continue reading


Lithuanian Art Museum, conference and exhibition about photography

LAM is a national museum based in Vilnius, originally founded in 1933, it takes an active role in regularly organizing exhibitions and cultural events and in connection of the opening of a travelling exhibition and an internationa conference about ancient photography and digitization, it was chosen to host the third plenary meeting of EuropeanaPhotography project. Continue reading