Tag: Sarah Whatley

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From Digitization to Preservation, Creative Re-Use of Cultural Content, and Citizen Participation – goes to DCDC2015

DCDC2015: Exploring new digital destinations for heritage and academia brought together over 70 speakers from across the UK, Europe and further afield exploring key questions facing the future of digital engagement. An interesting workshop entitled FROM DIGITIZATION TO THE CREATIVE RE-USE OF DIGITAL CULTURAL CONTENT AND CITIZENS PARTICIPATION presented several EU project and initiatives in the domain of (digital) cultural heritage, reserach and technologies. Continue reading


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E-Space @ Manchester DCDC15 conference

DCDC (Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities) is a collaborative conference hosted by The National Archives and Research Libraries UK that explores inter-disciplinary, cross-sector approaches and opportunities to developing and widening access to the wealth of our collections through partnership and collaborative working, … Continue reading


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From Digitisation to Preservation, Creative Re-use of Cultural Content and Citizen Participation

On 1st October 2015, in Granada, European projects RICHES, E-Space, Civic Epistemologies, PREFORMA and the international association Photoconsortium were invited in a panel organised by Promoter SRL under the title “From Digitisation to Preservation, Creative Re-use of Cultural Content and Citizen Participation”. … Continue reading


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Europeana Space and RICHES presented at the Tenth International Conference on the Arts in Society

by Rosemary Cisneros, Coventry University Europeana Space and RICHES projects were presented at the Tenth International Conference on the Arts in Society which took place at Imperial College London from the 22nd- 24th of July. Each year, the International Conference … Continue reading


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Cut&Paste: Dance Advocacy in the Age of Austerity, conference in Athens

by Rosemary Cisneros, Coventry University. The ESpace Dance Pilot travelled to Athens, Greece early June 2015 to attend the Society of Dance History Scholars and Congress of Research in Dance conference. The title of the conference Cut & Paste: Dance Advocacy … Continue reading


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E-Space Dance pilot in Portugal

Two days of testing allowed the pilot developers to gain insight into what its target audience thinks of the two applications developed withing the dance Pilot, using a “think aloud” method, and offered the E-Space Dance Pilot valuable information. The designers are now moving into the implementation of phase of the feedback and look forward to sharing the tools with those Dance Hackathon Participants, scheduled to take place in late Autumn 2015. Continue reading


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Hacking culture for E-Space: TV hackathon successfully concluded!

The three most promising projects will move on to the Europeana Space Business Modelling Workshops where the projects’ ideas will be further shaped and honed as well as the development of business models with the experts from the REMIX Summit Agency and their elite network. Continue reading


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Europeana Space IPR Workshop

The IPR workshop was an opportunity to begin to explore some of the issues that are likely to arise during the project as pilots and tools are developed and as open content is monetised. Continue reading


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Digital Echoes Symposium 2015: Intangible and Performance-based Cultural Heritage

Coventry University Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE, http://c-dare.co.uk/) held the 5th edition of the Digital Echoes Symposium. Digital Echoes Symposium 2015: Intangible and Performance-based Cultural Heritage 13 February 2015, Institute for Creative Enterprise, Coventry University Convenors: Sarah Whatley, Rosamaria Cisneros, Amalia Sabiescu Digital … Continue reading


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E-Space IPR workshop

Speakers: Sarah Whatley (Coventry University, project’s coordinator), Charlotte Waelde (University of Exeter), Prodromos Tsiavos (Postscriptum), Frederik Temmermans, Peter Schelkens, Ann Dooms (iMinds). A workshop focused on IPR that considers content rights in a non traditional way. Rather than only focussing on different … Continue reading