In the context of Digital Past 2021, organised by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, the DHRLab will run the workshop "How complex is 3D digitisation in Cultural Heritage?".
This year the European Researchers’ Night, organized in Cyprus by the Research and Innovation Foundation, was held virtually, on the 27th of November. The Digital Heritage Research Lab was present at Booth 51 of the Virtual Exhibition Hall which will remain accessible for one more month. In «Not A Video Game- Building a Virtual City» you can find out how and why a Virtual City is created and how it can contribute in protecting and preserving Cultural Heritage.
15-17 November 2020, Rijeka, Croatia Each November, NEMO's European Museum Conference attracts 200+ museum and cultural heritage professionals to explore a topic relevant to museums. Save the date! In 2020, we will meet in Rijeka, Croatia, from 15-17 November. The topic of will be released in early 2020. Registration will open in June. Join us for inspiring panels and keynote speeches, engaging workshops, networking opportunities, museum study visits and much more. Until then, read about previous editions of NEMO's European Museum Conference.
Colloquium online “Preserving the Future: New approaches to Heritage Management and Environmental Protection” 16th of November 2020 10:00 to 14:30 (EET) 10.00 - 11.00 Opening Session Welcome Address by Mr. Miltiadis Varvitsiotis Alternative Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece. Greek Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe Address by Mrs Aikaterini Tzitzikosta, President of the Hellenic National Commission for UNESCO Address by Mr Ernesto Ottone Ramírez UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture 10.45 -12.00. First Session : “Sustainable nature” Securing Nature protection through sustainable development : renewed approaches [...]