In a new report NEMO analyses how museums have been affected by the pandemic. The findings and recommendations follow up on the main themes that emerged in the first report, namely consequences of losses, digital offers and...
- Find out what’s happening in the European museum community.
"Crowdfunding - Reshaping the crowd's engagement in culture" is the European Commission's new publication looking at the role, potential and barriers of crowdfunding for the CCS. It concludes with recommendations for the CCS as...
TRACES is an independent four-monthly refereed journal, launched within the European research programme Transmitting Contentious Cultural Heritages with the Arts: From Intervention to Co-Production.
This online resource is dedicated to copyright and digital cultural heritage and provides "information and expert commentary on how copyright law affects the creation and management of digital cultural heritage."
At the international symposium "New Approaches to the Orphan Works Problem" held at the end of June, the beta version of the EnDow platform was launched and ways to enable and foster "diligent search" were discussed.
During a workshop on 30 June in Berlin, statisticians in the cultural domain discussed the current Indicator Framework on Culture and Democracy and how it can be improved.
The company launched the "Community Tourism Programme" to "help preserve and promote what makes each community unique for everyone". It aims at supporting sustainable, community-based tourism projects across Europe through 2020.
In a joint statement, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have appreciated the initiative of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.
Culture deserves a bigger role in EU diplomacy - with this statement the European Parliament's CULT Committee called for a greater support and acknowledgement of culture as an essential part of EU political dialogue with non-EU...
The 10-day meeting of the World Heritage Committee closed on 12 July with the inscription of 21 new sites on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.