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EuropeanaPhotography at EVA Florence 2013 International Conference


The EuropeanaPhotography project was presented on the occasion of the EVA Florence 2013 on May 15.

EuropeanaPhotography project at fotofringe 2013


TopFoto were pleased to be able to represent the EuropeanaPhotography project at fotofringe held at Kings Place, London on 24 April 2013.

EuropeanaPhotography at the Bulgarian National Radio!


Evgeni Dimitrov, our partner at the National Academic Library and Information System (NALIS), gave an interview at the Bulgarian National Radio: enjoy listening!

EuropeanaPhotography and family tales: an amazing story from the past


Preserving the heritage of the past is fundamental, but making visible and sharing our heritage is even more important to keep the memory alive.

Hierarchical Objects in Europeana


The EuropeanaTech Task Force on hierarchical objects has finalised its recommendations. This is not only an impressive and important document, it is also the result of a great collaborative effort of many Network members across several domains.

Europeana Collections & Metadata Analysis


Europeana recently finalised a study on Europeana's content, collections and data repository.

Rijksstudio: free creative reuse of Rijksmuseum’s masterpieces


The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam launched Rijksstudio, the new online presentation of 125,000 works in the collection. Thanks to Rijksstudio, web users can to create their own masterpieces by downloading images of artworks or details of artworks in the collection and using them in a creative way.

DIGITALHERITAGE2013 - Call for participation


DIGITALHERITAGE2013 International Congress
Over 13 Conferences, Symposia, Workshops and Exhibitions under one roof
27 October 2013 1 November 2013
Marseille, France

EuropeanaPhotography vocabulary will be presented in Paris next 18 April


Nacha van Steen of partner KMKG will make a presentation on the Europeana Photography vocabulary at the Linked Heritage Seminar on Multilingualism and Terminology, which will be held in Paris next 18th April 2013.

The effects of opening up data for re-use on social media: case study


What happens when Europeana shares 225 high-quality images from five European heritage institutions across 10 thematic collections on Pinterest?

3rd Plenary meeting and Aggregation workshop held in Athens


All EuropeanaPhotography partners met on March 13, 14 and 15 in Athens for the 3rd Plenary meeting and the Aggregation workshop.

Europeana Business Plan 2013 just published


It has been edited in order to truly reflects the needs, priorities and insight of the whole Europeana community. Three were the priorities which emerged during the Business Planning discussions.

Coma 2013: call for papers


On October 31st 2013 IRPA-KIK organises a conference on management and conservation of photographic collections.
If you would like to present a paper on one of the diverse topics concerning this theme, you can send your proposal to IRPA-KIK before March 31 2013.

EuropeanaPhotography passed the first review!


We’re delighted to report that the EuropeanaPhotography project recently passed its first year review. The Commission’s specialists evaluated the work done by the whole consortium as good.

Europeana participates in Licenses for Europe


Europeana has been invited to participate in a European Commission initiative called 'Licences for Europe'. The initiative is led by Commissioners Michel Barnier (Internal Market and Services), Neelie Kroes (Digital Agenda) and Androulla Vassiliou (Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth) and seeks to deliver practical industry-led solutions for making more content available online.