It was a great weekend, really, at the Europeana TV Hackathon at De Waag, in the offices of Waag Society. In Europeana Space, we will do 6 Hackathons, with the aim of selecting winners for a Remix monetizing event in London. … Continue reading
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From September, 9th till wednesday September, 11th we had the EuropeanaPhotography plenary meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania, organized by Viktorija Jonkute. The meeting focused on the communication strategy, the preparation of the exhibition, and the MINT mapping tool. The general progress … Continue reading
We had our third all-partner meeting on EuropeanaPhotography from March 13 to 15 2013 at the wonderfull location of Divani Palace Acropolis in Athens. In EuropeanaPhotography, an ICT-PSP project, we are digitizing early photographs from the 1839-1939 period. We have … Continue reading
Europeana Photography (European ancient photographic vintage repositories of digitized pictures of historical quality) is a EU-funded project to create a partnership with prestigious photographic collections from archives, public libraries and museums in order to conserve and make accessible online 100 … Continue reading
From September 19th to 21st, 2012 the Faculty of Arts organizes a workshop on Digital Humanities. International experts are joined by researchers of the Faculty’s Research Units to show state-of-the-art computer-assisted research. The workshops aims at doctoral students who want … Continue reading
Digital meets Culture is a portal and blog dedicated to the relationship between technology, art and culture. Maintained by Promoter, an innovation company with an impressive pedigree in – amongst others – cultural digitization projects and a large network with people in cultural … Continue reading
In a very colourfull contribution, “paleofuturist” Matt Novak discusses in his blog how early futuristic cartoons in the late fifties, shortly after the Sputnik launch, envisioned the future. Pairing stunningly accrate visions of future education implying what we now call … Continue reading