In November 8th 2019, in Rome, took place the meeting “Dalla Terra alla Carta: la pubblicazione archeologica in Italia” organised by the Confederazione Italiana Archeologi and hosted at the “Ex Cartiera Latina” (ex Latin Paper Mill), a symbolically suitable place for debating on this matter. The focus of the meeting was the paper to be interpreted both as a publication, outcome of archaeological research hard to produce, and as support that, even if irreplaceable, must be necessarily be supported by digital: for example, the 3D reconstructions or the practices brought back to life by the experimental archaeology.
From November 27th to November 29th 2019 in Lisbon (Portugal) the 2019 Europeana conference – Network Association AGM will take place. The event will be hosted by the National Library of Portugal and the program of the three days conference will include workshops, discussions, panels and networking activities.
From November 7th to November 10th 2019 in Tartu (Estonia) the 27th NEMO European Museum Conference 2019 will be held . Considering the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) adopted in September 2015 by United Nations in order to end the poverty, to preserve the planet and to guarantee the prosperity for the next decade, NEMO has chosen to dedicate the event to the role of the Museums in the construction of a better future. Around 150 participants from Museum in Europe will attend the meeting.
On the 28th June 2019, CARARE organised the conference “Archaeology and Architecture in Europe” in Amersfoort, The Netherlands. On CARARE website it is available a blog post that describes the one-day event and provides the link to the presentations illustrated during the conference.
Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed
3811 MG Amersfoort
This workshop will explore how digital content for the archaeological and architectural heritage is being made available to users of Europeana. Speakers will present case studies, methods, practices, the challenges that they faced and their results. One of the aims of the workshop is to bring together cultural heritage professionals, scholars, specialists and students to share experiences and to discuss possible future developments.