The HUL Anniversary Event not only marks the start of the 2021 celebration but serves as a catalyst for greater … More
On 28 June (17:00 CET), Europa Nostra and the Erasmus Student Network will come together in an online event to launch their “Cultural Heritage on Erasmus” … More
Updating of the “Policy Document on the impacts of Climate Change on World Heritage properties” World Heritage properties are affected … More
The Ainu were assimilated into Japanese society and their traditional tattoos and other customs banned (Credit: Michele and Tom Grimm/Alamy)
It provides an overview of the most dominant gender gaps in the cultural creative sectors (CCS), practical recommendations on how to tackle … More
World Heritage properties and heritage sites in general are exposed to the impacts of natural and man-triggered catastrophic events, which … More
The German Commission for UNESCO herewith invites UNESCO World Heritage sites and UNESCO Biosphere Reserves in Africa to submit proposals … More
Germany says it has now returned 14 artworks — from a collection looted by the Nazis from Jewish owners — … More
We are delighted to share with you an article piece by Klaudia Chzhu who participated in e-residency called #VirtualCrossovers organised by Asia-Europe Foundation and ENCATC to support virtual mobility for young professionals in the restricted conditions caused by Covid.
The Pinacoteca de São Paulo, a museum of the Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy of the State of São Paulo, presents the 360º virtual experience of the mega exhibition OSGEMEOS: Secrets.
Fluctuart is the first floating urban art center of the world.
The Celebration of the Greek Revolution of 1821, also known as Independence Day is a national holiday in Greece, Cyprus as well as in the Greek diaspora celebrated on March 25.
The European Cultural Heritage Green Paper is produced by Europa Nostra in close cooperation with ICOMOS and the Climate Heritage Network, with the input of other members of the European Heritage Alliance. It is supported by the European Investment Bank Institute and the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
Storytelling is a way our species has explained events, explored meaning and purpose, and examined common values. Women have always created and they have always led but their contributions have either been simply erased or relegated to token status, and their works dismissed as somehow less genius than their male counterparts’.
ESACH Talks are an interactive, fast-paced event that provides a platform for sharing knowledge amongst students and young professionals working within cultural heritage studies.
A new year has brought a number of fresh and exciting commitments to heritage young professionals across Europe and beyond. On 28 January, Europa Nostra officially launched its ‘European Heritage Youth Ambassadors Programme’, in partnership with the European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH) and the European Heritage Tribune.
There is a global movement to restructure cities, putting health and sustainability at the centre of policies that guide the built environment.
On 22 January 2021, the Sultanate of Oman signed an agreement with UNESCO in the amount of Euros 583,566 to provide support for capacity-building of nomination projects and promotion of World Heritage sites in five Eastern African countries: Comoros, Kenya, Madagascar, Somalia and United Republic of Tanzania.
In December 2020, UNESCO prepared a practical guide for the CCI to cope with the impact of COVID-19 and build resilience to the current situation. Read an overview of this guide!
his post reviews the webconference entitled Digital Transformation for User Engagement in Cultural Heritage, organized by Photoconsortium in collaboration with Europeana and the Cyprus University of Technology, on November 5, 2020, as well as a course on Creating a Digital Cultural Heritage Community on edX online platform.