Sector: Cultural Heritage & Museums

Future for Religious Heritage (FRH)

FRH the only organisation of its kind, is a not for profit, non-religious organisation open to all that brings together those who work to protect religious heritage across Europe. FRH members include NGOs, charities, government, religious and university departments.

European web conference

A European web conference on the value and use of 3D digital cultural heritage for resilience, recovery and sustainability.

Cultural Heritage and Museums as agents of resilience post-covid19

An open letter sent on April 24th 2020 to the Belgian Prime Minister, Ms Sophie Wilmès; to the Belgian Regional Ministers: Mr Jan Jambon for the Flemish Region, Mr Elio Di Rupo for the Walloon Region and Mr Rudi Vervoort for the Brussels Capital Region ; to the Belgian Community Ministers : Mr Jan Jambon for the Flemish Community, Mr Pierre-Yves Jeholet for the Fench Community, and Oliver Paasch for the German Community; to the MPs of the different Belgian political entities; to the Belgian mayors; and to all Belgian politicians.

Getting creative with paper monuments in times of confinement

To celebrate this year’s International Day for Monuments and Sites, the UNESCO Chair in cooperation with the ERA Chair on Digital Cultural Heritage at the Cyprus University of Technology and the Perrevia Network in Greece launch a Panhellenic social media campaign to promote cultural heritage in the current COVID-19 period.

Italy – a digital library

A digital collection containing valuable old books, as a result of the cooperation between University Library of Belgrade, University Library of Banja Luka and Library Lazic (the library of  Adligat Society).

XXI Cerveira International Art Biennial

The Cerveira International Art Biennial takes place in Vila Nova de Ceveira (North of Portugal), it is one of the most outstanding festivals of visual arts and is an important event for the national and international artistic culture.

Storia.Edu

An online initiative on history matters, to help schools of all levels during the Coronavirus lockdown

International Council of Museums (ICOM)

The International Council of Museums is an international organisation of museums and museum professionals which is committed to the research, conservation, continuation and communication to society of the world’s natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible.

Europeana

Europeana works with thousands of European archives, libraries and museums to share cultural heritage for enjoyment, education and research. Europeana provides access to millions of books, music, artworks.

Europa Nostra

Europa Nostra was founded on 29 November 1963 in Paris. Its mission is to give shape and voice to an ever-growing citizens’ movement and to support cultural and natural heritage across Europe.

Webinar: Museum lives in post-pandemia

This webinar shall explore the ways and means how institutions can sustain relevance over time even when circumstances dictate closure. It shall also provide practical

Trans Europe Halles

TEH is repurposing abandoned buildings for arts, culture and activism since 1983. Based in Sweden with more than 127 members in 36 different countries across Europe – from Spain to Ukraine, center around three founding pillars: People, Arts and Buildings.