It is becoming ever more important that Cultural Institutions and the Creative Industries connect, to explore new opportunities and unlock the business potential of digital cultural heritage. The Europeana Space project, including representatives of both sectors, intends to demonstrate the long-term value and mutual benefit of creating an open, fertile environment where digital cultural content can be re-used entrepreneurially, to develop innovative creative applications and viable products.
This two-day conference covered key topics related to re-use of cultural contents in creative Industries, and presented the 6 thematic pilots to be developed by Europeana Space, which are going to explore new possibilities of creative reuse of digital cultural content.
Read the press release here.
Speakers (including presentations)
- Piero Attanasio (AIE, Arrow)
- Sarah Whatley (Coventry University)
- Prodromos Tsiavos (IPR expert, Postscriptum)
- Simon Cronshaw (Culture Label)
- Antonella Fresa (Promoter Srl)
- Charlotte Waelde (University of Exeter)
- Harry Verwayen (Europeana Foundation)
- Panel discussion including Fred Truyen (KU Leuven), Leonardo Buzzavo (Ca’ Foscari), Harry Verwayen, Prodromos Tsiavos. Chair: Antonella Fresa.
The conference included a presentation by Daniel Ockeloen (Noterik) about the current state of multiscreen market, showing the latest innovative applications and toolkits, and trying to stir interest in the wealth of possibilities that everybody can experiment by trying out ideas of what to do with the screens around us.