EUROPEAN TRANSSECTORIAL NETWORK FOR PROMOTION & VALORIZATION OF DIGITAL CULTURAL CONTENT
Devoted to European cultural heritage valorisation, Michael Culture Association gathers a strong network of more than 100 public and private organizations from all over Europe. Key actor in the promotion and valorization of the digital cultural content, Michael Culture develops tools and services for cultural institutions and the general public. Linked to other major European cultural heritage networks and projects such as Europeana, Europe's Digital Library, Michael Culture Association supports European and national cultural policies. It also aims at enhancing the network of European professionals working on digital cultural heritage, through the actions towards the Minerva Network.
Through the multilingual MICHAEL service, people are able to find and explore European digital cultural heritage material using the Internet. The MICHAEL service provides access to digital collections from museums, libraries and archives.
MUSEU-HUB is a reference point for European museums and other cultural institutions hosting museum collections in the field of digital cultural heritage and aggregation for Europeana.
It provides services, good practices, training, help-desk, documentation, updating on digitisation, standards, aggregation, IPR and reuse, multilingualism and terminologies, digital exhibitions, digital storytelling tools.
It's managed by Michael Culture.
NEW : CALL FOR PARTICIPATION TO RESTRICTED INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP
Deadline 15 April 2017
HUMANITIES AND GLAMS GOING DIGITAL International Workshop Florence, 4-5 May 2017
A 2 days workshop organized by Dariah IT, Michael Culture, DILL- Parma & Tallinn Universities,
The purpose : to give to participants the capabilities to understand the issues involved in Humanities and GLAMS digitization with a focus on Europe and apply the suggested ways of enhancing digital services.
You want to participate : please submit a letter of motivation & complete application form
Deadline submission: 15 April 2017
Information : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Europeana DSI Workshop: «Publishing on Europeana & tools to make your collection widely visible»
A two days European workshop.
A Museu-Hub activity to increase the knowledge and awareness of museums concerning Europeana platform and digital tools to manage on line collections.
Co-Organized by Michael Culture, Departament de Cultura and Generalitat de Catalunya
Collaborator: Ajuntament de Girona. Centre de Recerca i Difusió de la Imatge (CRDI) Under the framework of Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) project
Read more & access to presentations....coming soon
10.03.2017 New NEMO Publication
Money Matters: The Economic Value of Museums
With “Money Matters: The Economic Value of Museums” NEMO, the Network of European Museum Organisations, follows up on its conference of the same name held in November 2016. The articles introduce and discuss spill-over effects, innovative business models and cooperation strategies for museums and their economies.
Sharing is Caring - Hamburg Extension
Opening Up! - Building Connectivity through Cultural Heritage
20-21.04.2017 Hambourg - Germany
As digitization has become a major task for the cultural heritage sector, more and more cultural institutions are providing access to their digitized collections. But sharing is not only about creating online access, it is about sharing the authority to interpret the digitized assets and to create value by opening them up for reuse....
Read more, registration, agenda http://sharecare.nu/hamburg-2017/
European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 (EYCH2018)
A provisional agreement to establish the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 (EYCH2018) has been reached by the European Parliament and the Council on 9 February 2017, most importantly on the funding of the Year to which EUR 8 million will be dedicated to support actions. Another key outcome of the negotiations is that the European Parliament will participate as observer in meetings of national coordinators for the preparation and implementation of the Year. Both Parliament and Council had already proposed a greater involvement of civil society in the implementation of the Year.
The agreement still needs to be endorsed by Parliament as a whole.
Art Nouveau season on Europeana Art
(21 February - 29 May)
Europeana launched the Art Nouveau season on Europeana Art, a three-month celebration of this popular style. A major new exhibition was published, featuring almost fifty artworks from over twenty museums.
Europeana created beautiful new Pinterest boards for the season and an Art Nouveau Colouring Book. They will be having animated fun on Europeana’s GIPHY page.
Please help Euroepana make the season a success on Twitter and Facebook by using the hashtag #ArtNouveauSeason.
03.02.2017 ALLIANCE FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS
Michael Culture supports the Alliance for culture and the arts.
Alliance gathers 34 European networks urging policy makers to re-think the European approach and include culture and the arts in the long-term strategic goals of the European project.
Support the alliance by signing & disseminating the appeal: https://allianceforculture.com/the-appeal
More information : https://allianceforculture.com/
Culture Action Europe : BtO "Europe Quo Vadis"
26-28.01.2017, Budapest - Hungary
Michael Culture - member of Culture Action Europe - participated to the conference organized by Culture Action Europe in Budapest "Beyond the Obvious".
BtO is an annual gathering for privileged and inspirational exchange between the European cultural community, civil society, researchers, thinkers, institutional and political representatives.
NEMO ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Michael Culture participated to the 24th Annual Conference of NEMO – the Network of European Museum Organisations – “Money Matters: The Economic Value of Museums” in Karlsruhe, Germany. NEMO serves as a voice and network for museums and museum organisations throughout Europe providing them with information, networking and opportunities for cooperation.
NEMO and Michael Culture have developed a strong partnership since several years.
Further information is available at http://www.ne-mo.org
ІV International Scientific and Practical Seminar
Kyiv (Ukraine), 24-25.11. 2016
The National Technical University of Ukraine hold hold the annual scientific and practical seminar, the forth in a series of informational and training events on the subject of digitizing of historical, cultural and scientific heritage.
Michael Culture made an online presentation of Museu Hub & tools, managed by the association (Project Europeana DSI 2 - Digital Service Infrastructure).
Conference Image and Research
Michael Culture participated to the 14th edition of the international conference last November. This event was organized by The Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI) of the Girona City Council and the Association of Archivists of Catalonia, with the support of the Department of Culture of the Generalitat of Catalonia and the Spanish Ministry of Culture .
Franc. J. Zakrajsek. - Researcher at the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Heritage, Slovenia and Michael Culture member - animated a workshop about Photography at the eCultureMap.
IODC16, 6-7.10.2016, Madrid
Preconference meetings 3-5.10.2016
ODC is a meeting point for the global community to debate and study the future of open data. It aims to build stronger relationships between open data initiatives from the different governments and establish a dialogue between these voices: Policy makers and Public Sector Information (PSI) holders ; Private companies, startups and freelancers ; Activists and NGO’s ; Data journalism ; Representatives of civil society from all over the world.
Michael Culture made a presentation of Museu Expert Hub on 5th October.
“Culture 4D: Digitization, Data, Disruptions, Diversity”
The 3rd Council of Europe Platform Exchange on Culture and Digitisation was hosted by Estonia. The conference rationale is based on an understanding that the new digital and networked infrastructures should be used to reinforce access to and participation in an open culture, thereby strengthening democracy. The conference focused on some of the opportunities and challenges that are emerging in relation to digitization of culture and management of cultural data.
European experts & participants including Prof. Monika Hagendorn-Saupe - Vice President of Michael Culture.
Discover the Athena Plus creative tools :
Athena Plus International Conference : "GLAMs going digital ! Multilingualism, Creativity, Reuse " 20 & 21.10.2015, Roma (Simultaneous translation (EN/IT)
Final event of the European project AthenaPlus, coordinated by the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries, which sees the participation of forty partners from 20 European Member States. During the event, the main results of this project were presented, as well as tools and opportunities for cultural institutions in the field of multilingualism, creativity, reuse.
In cooperation with National Library of Roma
Find here Agenda
MICHAEL CULTURE WORKSHOP "Cultural institutions towards Europeana: opportunities, licenses and IPR issues" , 09.10.2015, Bologna
This workshop, organized within the Europeana DSI project, aimed at invite museums to join Europeana through the MUSEU aggregator, managed by the European Association MICHAEL Culture.
NEMO presented on this occasion his report "Survey on Museums and Copyright" published in August, 2015
Workshop organized In cooperation with Istituto per i beni artistici e culturali della Regione Emilia-Romagna and the AthenaPlus Project
Within Europeana DSI Project
Find here Agenda & Presentations
NEW ATHENAPLUS PUBLICATION
Digital storytelling and cultural heritage: stakes and opportunities
edited by AthenaPlus WP5 “Creative applications for the reuse of cultural resources”
texts by Julien Brouillard & Claire Loucopoulos, Dédale (France), Barbara Dierickx, Packed (Belgium)
What is digital storytelling? What tools, devices and services are available? What are the recommendations and technical guidelines for GLAMs wanting to carry out digital storytelling projects? The aim of this publication is to inform cultural institutions on stakes and opportunities given by digital storytelling and answer to their doubts.
NEW ATHENAPLUS PUBLICATION
Metadata for the description of digital exhibitions: the DEMES Element Set
Version 0.9 (August 2015)
Edited by AthenaPlus Digital Exhibitions Working Grouptexts by Giuliana De Francesco (MIBACT), Arlene Peukert (SPK), Stefan Rohde-Enslin (SPK), Werner Schweibenz (BSZ)
A set of 30 descriptive elements specific to digital exhibitions, grouped into seven semantic sections based on existing standards.the seven sections, including the elements, are packaged together in a wrapper called Digital Exhibition Metadata Elements Set (DEMES).
NEW ATHENAPLUS PUBLICATION
text by Gordon McKenna (Collections Trust), Regine Stein (Bildarchiv Foto Marburg)
A methodology for implementing LIDO (Lightweight Information Describing Objects), and in doing so give help and advice to potential and new users of lido seeking to employ it.
Athena Plus - MCA Workshop, Barcelona, 03 July 2015
Partners gathered for Plenary meeting in Barcelona, in Palau Moja building.
On the occasion of AthenaPlus meeting in Barcelona, Michael Culture Association organized an open workshop: "Digital storytelling & Cultural Heritage for cultural mediation, Education & Tourism".
New technologies are a major opportunity for cultural heritage to pass from digitization and aggregation of content to the editorialisation of this content. Digital storytelling offers great opportunities for innovation, participation, inclusion, new economical models in the fields of Education, Cultural mediation and Tourism This workshop focused on those specific roles of DCH, in perspective with European strategy, thanks to European projects, creative tools developed under Athena Plus and a debate on European perspectives.
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Michael Culture and NEMO start partnership
The aim of the cooperation is to strengthen the European museum sector by joining forces in the field of heritage and museum promotion, digitization and valorisation of cultural heritage, research and science.
NEMO, the Network of European Museum Organisations, is an independent network of national museum organisations representing the museum community of the member states of the Council of Europe. Together, NEMO's members speak for over 30.000 museums across Europe. NEMO ensures museums are an integral part of European life by promoting their work and value to policy makers and by providing museums with information, networking and opportunities for co-operation.
NEMO and Michael Culture share many common goals in the field of heritage and museums. The two organizations intend to develop a long term collaboration which includes promoting and complementing each other’s activities and sounding opportunities to develop joint projects in the future.
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