Last week, during the Europeana Sounds Conference: Unlocking Sound Collections in Vilnius, Lisette Kalshoven of Kennisland presented the Europeana Sounds Policy Recommendations to the audio heritage community. […]
Digital Strategies for Heritage (DISH) is the biennial international conference on digital heritage and strategies for heritage institutions. DISH2015 will be held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The main theme for DISH2015 is Money and Power. Lisette Kalshoven (Kennisland) and Maarten Brinkering (The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision) will facilitate the workshop "Shedding light on the [...]
In March the Europeana Sounds Rightsholder Consultation Workshop was held in the beautiful Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels. This workshop marked an important point in the work of our licensing guidelines workpackage (WP3). […]
In January, the British Library launched Save Our Sounds, a programme to save Britain’s sound collections for future generations. Here, Richard Ranft, the library’s Head of Sound and Vision (and incidentally Project Coordinator of Europeana Sounds) discusses the aims of the campaign, and the challenges faced, as well as the rewards gained, by the institution as it digitises its extraordinary collections. […]
Europeana Sounds was presented by Juozas Markauskas at this event organised by Klaipėda County Public Library and supported by Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania. Read a blog post about this event.