- A Photographic Collection that has shined a spotlight on the worlds of Black people in America and worldwide since 1945
Text by Caterina Sbrana. It’s been 74 years since John H. Johnson, an American businessman and publisher, laid the foundation of a new magazine called Ebony and 68 years from the birth of Jet, considered the Ebony sister. We are … Continue reading →
- submissions are open until 23rd September 2019
Artacia and MasterCard are inviting TWO Digital/New Media artists from Asia to create artworks for the new MasterCard Experience Center in Singapore that will highlight factors that keep MasterCard at the forefront of technology and innovation. This project aims to … Continue reading →
Tag: Digital Cultural Heritage
Organised by CODATA-Germany, the German National Committee on Data for Science and Technology of the International Council for Science, the DCH2017 International Conference will take place in Berlin, at the National Library, on August 30 – September 01, 2017. The conference focuses on providing key messages relating to the impact of new technologies and processes on cultural heritage. Continue reading
Towards an e-infrastructure for the Digital Cultural Heritage sector and the humanities research: which are the needs and the requirements of the DCH?
How can this sector benefit from the new and innovative solutions offered by the e-Infrastructures?
Experts tries to answer these question. Continue reading
Highlighting Retrospect & Prospect as the theme, 2013 TELDAP International Conference was scheduled on March 14-16 at Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan. In 2008, Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archive Program (TELDAP) was launched to integrate the digital archiving and e-learning projects … Continue reading
The CARARE Final Conference took place on 8th-9th November 2012 in Copenhagen. The programme included presentations from CARARE participants as well as a number of guest speakers, and focuses upon both the project and wider cultural heritage aspects such as sustaiability and use of digitised data. Continue reading
Extract from the article by Steve Brewer, EGI, available on EGI’s blog. EGI, European Grid Infrastructure, was one of the protagonists of this valuable event that collected experts from the digital cultural heritage field, researchers, scientist and technicians. The common goal is to focus on interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research on tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage, the use of cutting edge technologies for the protection, preservation, conservation, massive digitalisation and visualization/presentation of the Cultural Heritage content (archeological sites, artifacts, monuments, libraries, archives, museums, etc) Continue reading
The International Conference on Cultural Heritage. EUROMED 2012 has been organized by the Cyprus University of Technology, under the patronage of UNESCO, the Auspices of the CY-Presidency of the EU Council and in cooperation with the European Commission, the ESF/COST Programme, the Europeana, the CY Ministry of Education and Culture and the Department of Antiquities. Continue reading
Offering an integrated presentation of the best practices encountered along the project, the INDICATE Handbook originates from the many efforts made by the whole digital cultural heritage sector in the last years and by many people who are working in the direction of creating a federated e-Infrastructure dedicated to the research community on Digital Cultural Heritage. Continue reading