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Contribute to workshops on digital transitions in the cultural heritage sector

On 20 and 21 April 2021 the project inDICEs is organising two consultation workshops on digital transitions in the cultural heritage sector. Cultural heritage professionals, researchers and the inDICEs community will discuss needs and concerns in relation to digitization, online access, the use and the potential re-use of collections, data needed for developing digital strategies and contents, future research competencies and change management.

Emergent forms of digital cultural production/re-production, participation and re-use of CHI contents in the Digital Single Market
20 April 2021 | 11:00 – 11:20

During this session, the aim is to find out how areas of cultural production intertwine, especially after COVID-19 forced digitalization and which are the emergent areas to be observed. This session will be moderated by Pier Luigi Sacco and three more guests will take part in the roundtable discussion session – Marie Chatel (MOCDA), Maria Elena Colombo (Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera), Gerfried Stocker (Ars Electronica), and Sabine Himmelsbach (HeK Basel).

Sharing collections sustainably & meaningfully: A brief introduction to rights management in cultural organisations
21 April 2021 | 10:00 – 13:00

The session aims at gathering information and best practices from cultural institutions on how their cultural content is shared online: from their relationship with right holders to their relationship with users through the uses of their cultural resources.

Register online in order to contribute to the workshops, which will take place online and are free of charge.

The inDICEs project aims to empower cultural heritage institutions (CHIs) to self-assess their readiness for the Digital Single Market (DSM) and their adaptation to the current legal frameworks in order to foster their digital transformation. inDICEs is developing a methodology that will measure the wide-spread impact of the digital revolution in the cultural heritage sector and guide its future evolution to further support the investment in digitisation and the creation of frameworks for accessible and reusable cultural assets. NEMO is a project partner of the Horizon 2020 funded project.

© Image: Lucrezia Carnelos

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