@Europeanaeu
Visit our new exhibition and learn about the evolution of Greek song from the 19th century until now The story is based on the unique collection of Greek songs of @mmblilian and covers a wide range of songs that embody both scholarly and popular #music http://bit.ly/2vi8Y1g https://t.co/NFK23fZ59Q
@Europeanaeu
In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - German postcards sent by soldiers to their families during #WorldWarOne Surprising images, colourful content and serious matters alternate in this selection of ‘Feldpostkarten’ #WW1 http://bit.ly/2MhdgR9 https://t.co/7NlbP7jRBV
@Europeanaeu
Have you considered taking a DNA test to find out about your ancestry? Sarah has done it, read her story, submitted as part of #EuropeanaMigration here: https://bit.ly/2KHmaSZ https://t.co/LVJUjcmer0
@blog.europeana.eu
Book Censorship and Banned Books: the Index Librorum Prohibitorum
@ICTcreativityEU
Check out the @lavalvirtual ReVolution 2019 calls for #innovative #virtualreality demo projects that fall under the theme “VR5.0”: https://lnkd.in/g8vcxJq
@Europeanaeu
Need a #summer read? Well, what about this anthology of prize-winning writers from across Europe? Download it here: http://bit.ly/2vPnSfx #AllezCulture https://t.co/1186mEeowh
@Europeanaeu
Challenge: Day 1 of 7. 7 B&W photos of #librarylife. No humans, no explanations. Today's image via @erfgoedcluster: http://bit.ly/2LYy0xr Challenge someone new every day. We were challenged by @FFHistorians and today we'd like to challenge @nuk https://t.co/4j7T5yBPC5
@blog.euscreen.eu
Europeana’s Impact Playbook: the cultural heritage professionals’ guide to assessing impact
@Europeanaeu
As long as there have been babies, which is quite a long time, there’s been #breastfeeding. Breastfeeding heritage for #WorldBreastfeedingWeek on our blog: http://bit.ly/2vaQKQ5 #WBW2018 #worldbreastfeedingweek2018 #EuropeForCulture #culturalheritage https://t.co/UQRTFaD9OD
@EUscreen
#FashionFriday: An iconic Dutch Polygoon newsreel about summer fashion for kids; with bathing suits, summer dresses, beach wear and a sailor suit ⛵️ @BeeldenGeluid - http://bit.ly/2vw6Cw0 https://t.co/ouvMqkVkc9
@Europeanaeu
August is here and we need a new cover image. Which of these fruits and vegetables would you like to see on your summer plate? 🥒Vote here: http://bit.ly/2NYWYJC #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/sHb8yqm2FH
@Europeanaeu
Since the very beginnings of modern horse racing, the tracks were used as a ‘catwalk-avant-la-lettre’ by ladies and fashion designers alike. Learn more about fashion at the Races http://bit.ly/2OAV3wf https://t.co/ShyzOCJwSk
@blog.europeana.eu
Dracula was from Yorkshire – and other facts for Yorkshire Day
@digitalmeetsculture.net
Augmented Reality makes street art come to life
@Europeanaeu
#JudithLeyster, Dutch Golden Age painter was born #OnThisDay in 1609. She was the first Dutch woman to be admitted as a master painter to the prestigious Painters' Guild. Explore her artworks on Europeana: http://bit.ly/1pfG0Lb #womeninhistory https://t.co/BCqFfZ8W63
@digitalmeetsculture.net
Last call for Paper for ECHIC Conference 2019
@Europeanaeu
In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - German postcards sent by soldiers to their families during #WorldWarOne Surprising images, colourful content and serious matters alternate in this selection of ‘Feldpostkarten’ #WW1 http://bit.ly/2Oy13Vx https://t.co/IoGhtcLrMi
@ICTcreativityEU
Check out the @EU_Commission #CallforExperts in #InteractiveTechnologies! If you are interested in participating as an expert in this evaluation, we invite you to contact us by 1 October. More information: https://bit.ly/2MHgt9m, @DSMeu https://t.co/CNCBPbVMcc
@EUscreen
This #FashionFriday is all about the "bad boy" hat fashion: a presentation of spring's hat fashion in 1953 . A theme inspired by Paris's neighborhoods Montmartre and Ménilmontant and the sounds of the accordion 🇫🇷 @Inafr_officiel - https://buff.ly/2ORTvy7 https://t.co/ImsA0xpF1O
@EUscreen
On this #TreasureThursday the recording of a family play at the local pub the Abbey Tavern in Howth, Dublin. Tune in for some wonderful Irish folk music ☘️ @RTEArchives - https://buff.ly/2vFHwe2 https://t.co/b0B1AD6mMs
@Europeanaeu
A #CrayfishParty🦞is a traditional summertime eating and drinking celebration in the Nordic countries. The tradition originated in @sweden, where a crayfish party is called a #kräftskiva Crayfishing | Carl Larsson via @NatMus_SWE http://bit.ly/2gIJtyK #EuropeForCulture https://t.co/XZk68R7Spb
@blog.euscreen.eu
Top 5 Archive-Based Films Selected by the Expert
@Europeanaeu
During #WW1, over a million Belgian refugees and thousands of British soldiers fled to the neutral Netherlands. Read our new blog about the Belgian Exodus of World War One http://bit.ly/2OcOFtO #WWI https://t.co/26ebh5Sj3z
@blog.europeana.eu
The Belgian Exodus of World War One
@Europeanaeu
“If you have to ask what jazz is, you'll never know.” #LouisArmstrong, American trumpet player and singer was born #OnThisDay in 1901 http://bit.ly/2axrtWp https://t.co/g4egqRCnqm
@Europeanaeu
Challenge accepted! https://twitter.com/FFHistorians/status/1025107627938861058
@Europeanaeu
As long as there have been babies, which is quite a long time, there’s been #breastfeeding. Breastfeeding heritage for #WorldBreastfeedingWeek on our blog: http://bit.ly/2vaQKQ5 #WBW2018 #worldbreastfeedingweek2018 #EuropeForCulture #culturalheritage https://t.co/A1kjOrKrEH
@Europeanaeu
Dracula was from Yorkshire – and other facts for #YorkshireDay. Read our new blog, celebrate and learn something new: http://bit.ly/2Ox5d0J #YorkshireDay2018 https://t.co/GQtlelY5J8
@Europeanaeu
Visit our new exhibition and learn about the evolution of Greek song from the 19th century until now The story is based on the unique collection of Greek songs of @mmblilian and covers a wide range of songs that embody both scholarly and popular #music http://bit.ly/2vi8Y1g https://t.co/LYukMwSJe6
@Europeanaeu
Migration occurs everywhere and at anytime, sometimes forced, sometimes by choice. In this #GalleryOfTheWeek - photographs, sketches and drawings of people in transit, leaving their homes in search of new horizons https://bit.ly/2LxjMnm https://t.co/EODELm6K27
@EUscreen
Today #FashionFriday is all about wearing black . "Wearing black is always fashionable. It defies time and is suitable with different textures and fabrics", according to @RTBF. Video clip dating from 1969 - http://bit.ly/2OkAp3o https://t.co/4Juhcc0hWh
@Europeanaeu
.@amazon to replace local libraries? Do you agree that this argument 'misses the point'? Add to the conversation! http://bit.ly/2LQFpei #digitalculture #europeforculture #DigitalTransformation https://t.co/PUUovVuveP
@Europeanaeu
We are looking for a Senior #SoftwareDeveloper who will share our passion for #OpenSource and #OpenData, whilst using technology to make culture available to all http://bit.ly/2yD146Q #vacancy #vacature #jobopening Spread the word! https://t.co/WPiiFg5TIo
@digicultEU
Check out the @EU_Commission #CallforExperts in #InteractiveTechnologies! If you are interested in participating as an expert in this evaluation, we invite you to contact us by 1 October. More information: https://bit.ly/2MHgt9m, @DSMeu https://t.co/LsI11S0Lpp
@Europeanaeu
Today is #BookLoversDay but we all know that book hatersexist(ed) as well. Read our blog about book censorship and banned books: the Index Librorum Prohibitorum http://bit.ly/2OjWzlg #medievaltwitter https://t.co/oGXqcyEUHp
@Europeanaeu
Fearing the outcome of a battle, Saul, king of the Israelites, consulted the fortune-telling #witch of Endor. On hearing that he would lose, the king threw himself on his sword http://bit.ly/2MA4TNy #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/jwUcnrk7Op
@EUscreen
A new selection of the best archive-based films by expert @RichardMisek, filmmaker and Senior Lecturer at the @UniKent . "Every video essay made since the mid-2000s consciously or unconsciously owes something to “Los Angeles Plays Itself." - https://buff.ly/2njcAfT https://t.co/sDtGHV5kT7
@Europeanaeu
Today is #InternationalCatDay and we have a purr-fect gallery for you, featuring paw-some images of cats from the collections of cultural institutions across Europe http://bit.ly/2OTkJUH https://t.co/UzCz0FyJ7V
@EUscreen
"Our sector is at risk of remaining seriously under-recognised as a major contributor to the knowledge-based economy“ - @julia_fallon from @Europeanaeu about the need of #measuring #impact as a #cultural #heritage #institution. Latest #EUscreen blog ➡️: https://buff.ly/2vM1SST https://t.co/KKLRkYJxsX
@Europeanaeu
Rainbows have been used as symbols for centuries, from biblical scenes to heraldry to the symbol of pride. In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - all the colours of the rainbow in manuscripts, posters, paintings, and more http://bit.ly/2OFeoMJ https://t.co/Ug68LLSVi3
@Europeanaeu
Happy #InternationalBeerDay! Still Life with a Tall Beer Glass by Jan Jansz van de Velde from @rijksmuseum http://bit.ly/2uq0bIi https://t.co/jc0o1WdGn2
@digitalmeetsculture.net
Glasgow City Heritage Trust: An Open Mind To Heritage
@blog.europeana.eu
Breastfeeding heritage for World Breastfeeding Week
@Europeanaeu
Just who are we, Europeana, in this state of #DigitalTransformations? We pose this question to Executive Director @Hverwayen and his insights set the tone for the next stage of sharing digital culture. http://bit.ly/2KgnrAq #EuropeForCulture #EuropeanUnion https://t.co/SNq7YVI5Kf
@digitalmeetsculture.net
Europe and Fashion: Questioning Identities and Cultures
@Europeanaeu
Painted in 1860 Road in Häme or Hot summer day, is the result of sketches that Werner Holmberg made around Tampere in northern Häme. Read our guest post on @DailyArtMag http://bit.ly/2LWIXvp https://t.co/QkEZoLoaX4
@Europeanaeu
Detail of diagrams of solar and lunar eclipses from 1431 to 1462. Image taken from f. 8 of Physician's folding almanac, including John Somer's 'Calendar' via @britishlibrary http://bit.ly/2NJshIu #LunarEclipse #BloodMoon https://t.co/o4aAhMP953
@Europeanaeu
Do you know the legend of the Norwegian hero Frithiof? It’s become an immortal Scandinavian tale – several variations of it exist, and composers and artists throughout history have been inspired by the story it tells. Read more: http://bit.ly/1HSYpzU #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/K8zi2wa3cn
@Europeanaeu
Visit our new exhibition and learn about the evolution of Greek song from the 19th century until now The story is based on the unique collection of Greek songs of @mmblilian and covers a wide range of songs that embody both scholarly and popular #music http://bit.ly/2vi8Y1g https://t.co/NFK23fZ59Q
@Europeanaeu
We are looking for a Senior #SoftwareDeveloper who will share our passion for #OpenSource and #OpenData, whilst using technology to make culture available to all http://bit.ly/2yD146Q #vacancy #vacature #jobopening Spread the word! https://t.co/WPiiFg5TIo
@ICTcreativityEU
Check out the @EU_Commission #CallforExperts in #InteractiveTechnologies! If you are interested in participating as an expert in this evaluation, we invite you to contact us by 1 October. More information: https://bit.ly/2MHgt9m, @DSMeu https://t.co/CNCBPbVMcc
@Europeanaeu
Have you considered taking a DNA test to find out about your ancestry? Sarah has done it, read her story, submitted as part of #EuropeanaMigration here: https://bit.ly/2KHmaSZ https://t.co/LVJUjcmer0
@Europeanaeu
Today is #BookLoversDay but we all know that book hatersexist(ed) as well. Read our blog about book censorship and banned books: the Index Librorum Prohibitorum http://bit.ly/2OjWzlg #medievaltwitter https://t.co/oGXqcyEUHp
@EUscreen
On this #TreasureThursday the recording of a family play at the local pub the Abbey Tavern in Howth, Dublin. Tune in for some wonderful Irish folk music ☘️ @RTEArchives - https://buff.ly/2vFHwe2 https://t.co/b0B1AD6mMs
@ICTcreativityEU
Check out the @lavalvirtual ReVolution 2019 calls for #innovative #virtualreality demo projects that fall under the theme “VR5.0”: https://lnkd.in/g8vcxJq
@EUscreen
A new selection of the best archive-based films by expert @RichardMisek, filmmaker and Senior Lecturer at the @UniKent . "Every video essay made since the mid-2000s consciously or unconsciously owes something to “Los Angeles Plays Itself." - https://buff.ly/2njcAfT https://t.co/sDtGHV5kT7
@blog.euscreen.eu
Top 5 Archive-Based Films Selected by the Expert
@Europeanaeu
Challenge: Day 1 of 7. 7 B&W photos of #librarylife. No humans, no explanations. Today's image via @erfgoedcluster: http://bit.ly/2LYy0xr Challenge someone new every day. We were challenged by @FFHistorians and today we'd like to challenge @nuk https://t.co/4j7T5yBPC5
@EUscreen
"Our sector is at risk of remaining seriously under-recognised as a major contributor to the knowledge-based economy“ - @julia_fallon from @Europeanaeu about the need of #measuring #impact as a #cultural #heritage #institution. Latest #EUscreen blog ➡️: https://buff.ly/2vM1SST https://t.co/KKLRkYJxsX
@blog.europeana.eu
The Belgian Exodus of World War One
@Europeanaeu
As long as there have been babies, which is quite a long time, there’s been #breastfeeding. Breastfeeding heritage for #WorldBreastfeedingWeek on our blog: http://bit.ly/2vaQKQ5 #WBW2018 #worldbreastfeedingweek2018 #EuropeForCulture #culturalheritage https://t.co/UQRTFaD9OD
@Europeanaeu
Happy #InternationalBeerDay! Still Life with a Tall Beer Glass by Jan Jansz van de Velde from @rijksmuseum http://bit.ly/2uq0bIi https://t.co/jc0o1WdGn2
@Europeanaeu
Challenge accepted! https://twitter.com/FFHistorians/status/1025107627938861058
@Europeanaeu
August is here and we need a new cover image. Which of these fruits and vegetables would you like to see on your summer plate? 🥒Vote here: http://bit.ly/2NYWYJC #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/sHb8yqm2FH
@blog.europeana.eu
Breastfeeding heritage for World Breastfeeding Week
@Europeanaeu
Dracula was from Yorkshire – and other facts for #YorkshireDay. Read our new blog, celebrate and learn something new: http://bit.ly/2Ox5d0J #YorkshireDay2018 https://t.co/GQtlelY5J8
@blog.europeana.eu
Dracula was from Yorkshire – and other facts for Yorkshire Day
@digitalmeetsculture.net
Europe and Fashion: Questioning Identities and Cultures
@Europeanaeu
Migration occurs everywhere and at anytime, sometimes forced, sometimes by choice. In this #GalleryOfTheWeek - photographs, sketches and drawings of people in transit, leaving their homes in search of new horizons https://bit.ly/2LxjMnm https://t.co/EODELm6K27
@Europeanaeu
#JudithLeyster, Dutch Golden Age painter was born #OnThisDay in 1609. She was the first Dutch woman to be admitted as a master painter to the prestigious Painters' Guild. Explore her artworks on Europeana: http://bit.ly/1pfG0Lb #womeninhistory https://t.co/BCqFfZ8W63
@Europeanaeu
Detail of diagrams of solar and lunar eclipses from 1431 to 1462. Image taken from f. 8 of Physician's folding almanac, including John Somer's 'Calendar' via @britishlibrary http://bit.ly/2NJshIu #LunarEclipse #BloodMoon https://t.co/o4aAhMP953
@Europeanaeu
.@amazon to replace local libraries? Do you agree that this argument 'misses the point'? Add to the conversation! http://bit.ly/2LQFpei #digitalculture #europeforculture #DigitalTransformation https://t.co/PUUovVuveP
@Europeanaeu
In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - German postcards sent by soldiers to their families during #WorldWarOne Surprising images, colourful content and serious matters alternate in this selection of ‘Feldpostkarten’ #WW1 http://bit.ly/2Oy13Vx https://t.co/IoGhtcLrMi
@Europeanaeu
In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - German postcards sent by soldiers to their families during #WorldWarOne Surprising images, colourful content and serious matters alternate in this selection of ‘Feldpostkarten’ #WW1 http://bit.ly/2MhdgR9 https://t.co/7NlbP7jRBV
@digicultEU
Check out the @EU_Commission #CallforExperts in #InteractiveTechnologies! If you are interested in participating as an expert in this evaluation, we invite you to contact us by 1 October. More information: https://bit.ly/2MHgt9m, @DSMeu https://t.co/LsI11S0Lpp
@EUscreen
This #FashionFriday is all about the "bad boy" hat fashion: a presentation of spring's hat fashion in 1953 . A theme inspired by Paris's neighborhoods Montmartre and Ménilmontant and the sounds of the accordion 🇫🇷 @Inafr_officiel - https://buff.ly/2ORTvy7 https://t.co/ImsA0xpF1O
@blog.europeana.eu
Book Censorship and Banned Books: the Index Librorum Prohibitorum
@Europeanaeu
Fearing the outcome of a battle, Saul, king of the Israelites, consulted the fortune-telling #witch of Endor. On hearing that he would lose, the king threw himself on his sword http://bit.ly/2MA4TNy #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/jwUcnrk7Op
@Europeanaeu
A #CrayfishParty🦞is a traditional summertime eating and drinking celebration in the Nordic countries. The tradition originated in @sweden, where a crayfish party is called a #kräftskiva Crayfishing | Carl Larsson via @NatMus_SWE http://bit.ly/2gIJtyK #EuropeForCulture https://t.co/XZk68R7Spb
@Europeanaeu
Need a #summer read? Well, what about this anthology of prize-winning writers from across Europe? Download it here: http://bit.ly/2vPnSfx #AllezCulture https://t.co/1186mEeowh
@Europeanaeu
Today is #InternationalCatDay and we have a purr-fect gallery for you, featuring paw-some images of cats from the collections of cultural institutions across Europe http://bit.ly/2OTkJUH https://t.co/UzCz0FyJ7V
@Europeanaeu
During #WW1, over a million Belgian refugees and thousands of British soldiers fled to the neutral Netherlands. Read our new blog about the Belgian Exodus of World War One http://bit.ly/2OcOFtO #WWI https://t.co/26ebh5Sj3z
@blog.euscreen.eu
Europeana’s Impact Playbook: the cultural heritage professionals’ guide to assessing impact
@Europeanaeu
Rainbows have been used as symbols for centuries, from biblical scenes to heraldry to the symbol of pride. In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - all the colours of the rainbow in manuscripts, posters, paintings, and more http://bit.ly/2OFeoMJ https://t.co/Ug68LLSVi3
@Europeanaeu
“If you have to ask what jazz is, you'll never know.” #LouisArmstrong, American trumpet player and singer was born #OnThisDay in 1901 http://bit.ly/2axrtWp https://t.co/g4egqRCnqm
@EUscreen
#FashionFriday: An iconic Dutch Polygoon newsreel about summer fashion for kids; with bathing suits, summer dresses, beach wear and a sailor suit ⛵️ @BeeldenGeluid - http://bit.ly/2vw6Cw0 https://t.co/ouvMqkVkc9
@digitalmeetsculture.net
Glasgow City Heritage Trust: An Open Mind To Heritage
@Europeanaeu
As long as there have been babies, which is quite a long time, there’s been #breastfeeding. Breastfeeding heritage for #WorldBreastfeedingWeek on our blog: http://bit.ly/2vaQKQ5 #WBW2018 #worldbreastfeedingweek2018 #EuropeForCulture #culturalheritage https://t.co/A1kjOrKrEH
@Europeanaeu
Since the very beginnings of modern horse racing, the tracks were used as a ‘catwalk-avant-la-lettre’ by ladies and fashion designers alike. Learn more about fashion at the Races http://bit.ly/2OAV3wf https://t.co/ShyzOCJwSk
@Europeanaeu
Just who are we, Europeana, in this state of #DigitalTransformations? We pose this question to Executive Director @Hverwayen and his insights set the tone for the next stage of sharing digital culture. http://bit.ly/2KgnrAq #EuropeForCulture #EuropeanUnion https://t.co/SNq7YVI5Kf
@Europeanaeu
Visit our new exhibition and learn about the evolution of Greek song from the 19th century until now The story is based on the unique collection of Greek songs of @mmblilian and covers a wide range of songs that embody both scholarly and popular #music http://bit.ly/2vi8Y1g https://t.co/LYukMwSJe6
@digitalmeetsculture.net
Augmented Reality makes street art come to life
@Europeanaeu
Painted in 1860 Road in Häme or Hot summer day, is the result of sketches that Werner Holmberg made around Tampere in northern Häme. Read our guest post on @DailyArtMag http://bit.ly/2LWIXvp https://t.co/QkEZoLoaX4
@EUscreen
Today #FashionFriday is all about wearing black . "Wearing black is always fashionable. It defies time and is suitable with different textures and fabrics", according to @RTBF. Video clip dating from 1969 - http://bit.ly/2OkAp3o https://t.co/4Juhcc0hWh
@digitalmeetsculture.net
Last call for Paper for ECHIC Conference 2019
@Europeanaeu
Do you know the legend of the Norwegian hero Frithiof? It’s become an immortal Scandinavian tale – several variations of it exist, and composers and artists throughout history have been inspired by the story it tells. Read more: http://bit.ly/1HSYpzU #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/K8zi2wa3cn
@Europeanaeu
Visit our new exhibition and learn about the evolution of Greek song from the 19th century until now The story is based on the unique collection of Greek songs of @mmblilian and covers a wide range of songs that embody both scholarly and popular #music http://bit.ly/2vi8Y1g https://t.co/NFK23fZ59Q
@Europeanaeu
In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - German postcards sent by soldiers to their families during #WorldWarOne Surprising images, colourful content and serious matters alternate in this selection of ‘Feldpostkarten’ #WW1 http://bit.ly/2Oy13Vx https://t.co/IoGhtcLrMi
@Europeanaeu
We are looking for a Senior #SoftwareDeveloper who will share our passion for #OpenSource and #OpenData, whilst using technology to make culture available to all http://bit.ly/2yD146Q #vacancy #vacature #jobopening Spread the word! https://t.co/WPiiFg5TIo
@Europeanaeu
In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - German postcards sent by soldiers to their families during #WorldWarOne Surprising images, colourful content and serious matters alternate in this selection of ‘Feldpostkarten’ #WW1 http://bit.ly/2MhdgR9 https://t.co/7NlbP7jRBV
@ICTcreativityEU
Check out the @EU_Commission #CallforExperts in #InteractiveTechnologies! If you are interested in participating as an expert in this evaluation, we invite you to contact us by 1 October. More information: https://bit.ly/2MHgt9m, @DSMeu https://t.co/CNCBPbVMcc
@digicultEU
Check out the @EU_Commission #CallforExperts in #InteractiveTechnologies! If you are interested in participating as an expert in this evaluation, we invite you to contact us by 1 October. More information: https://bit.ly/2MHgt9m, @DSMeu https://t.co/LsI11S0Lpp
@Europeanaeu
Have you considered taking a DNA test to find out about your ancestry? Sarah has done it, read her story, submitted as part of #EuropeanaMigration here: https://bit.ly/2KHmaSZ https://t.co/LVJUjcmer0
@EUscreen
This #FashionFriday is all about the "bad boy" hat fashion: a presentation of spring's hat fashion in 1953 . A theme inspired by Paris's neighborhoods Montmartre and Ménilmontant and the sounds of the accordion 🇫🇷 @Inafr_officiel - https://buff.ly/2ORTvy7 https://t.co/ImsA0xpF1O
@Europeanaeu
Today is #BookLoversDay but we all know that book hatersexist(ed) as well. Read our blog about book censorship and banned books: the Index Librorum Prohibitorum http://bit.ly/2OjWzlg #medievaltwitter https://t.co/oGXqcyEUHp
@blog.europeana.eu
Book Censorship and Banned Books: the Index Librorum Prohibitorum
@EUscreen
On this #TreasureThursday the recording of a family play at the local pub the Abbey Tavern in Howth, Dublin. Tune in for some wonderful Irish folk music ☘️ @RTEArchives - https://buff.ly/2vFHwe2 https://t.co/b0B1AD6mMs
@Europeanaeu
Fearing the outcome of a battle, Saul, king of the Israelites, consulted the fortune-telling #witch of Endor. On hearing that he would lose, the king threw himself on his sword http://bit.ly/2MA4TNy #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/jwUcnrk7Op
@ICTcreativityEU
Check out the @lavalvirtual ReVolution 2019 calls for #innovative #virtualreality demo projects that fall under the theme “VR5.0”: https://lnkd.in/g8vcxJq
@Europeanaeu
A #CrayfishParty🦞is a traditional summertime eating and drinking celebration in the Nordic countries. The tradition originated in @sweden, where a crayfish party is called a #kräftskiva Crayfishing | Carl Larsson via @NatMus_SWE http://bit.ly/2gIJtyK #EuropeForCulture https://t.co/XZk68R7Spb
@EUscreen
A new selection of the best archive-based films by expert @RichardMisek, filmmaker and Senior Lecturer at the @UniKent . "Every video essay made since the mid-2000s consciously or unconsciously owes something to “Los Angeles Plays Itself." - https://buff.ly/2njcAfT https://t.co/sDtGHV5kT7
@Europeanaeu
Need a #summer read? Well, what about this anthology of prize-winning writers from across Europe? Download it here: http://bit.ly/2vPnSfx #AllezCulture https://t.co/1186mEeowh
@blog.euscreen.eu
Top 5 Archive-Based Films Selected by the Expert
@Europeanaeu
Today is #InternationalCatDay and we have a purr-fect gallery for you, featuring paw-some images of cats from the collections of cultural institutions across Europe http://bit.ly/2OTkJUH https://t.co/UzCz0FyJ7V
@Europeanaeu
Challenge: Day 1 of 7. 7 B&W photos of #librarylife. No humans, no explanations. Today's image via @erfgoedcluster: http://bit.ly/2LYy0xr Challenge someone new every day. We were challenged by @FFHistorians and today we'd like to challenge @nuk https://t.co/4j7T5yBPC5
@Europeanaeu
During #WW1, over a million Belgian refugees and thousands of British soldiers fled to the neutral Netherlands. Read our new blog about the Belgian Exodus of World War One http://bit.ly/2OcOFtO #WWI https://t.co/26ebh5Sj3z
@EUscreen
"Our sector is at risk of remaining seriously under-recognised as a major contributor to the knowledge-based economy“ - @julia_fallon from @Europeanaeu about the need of #measuring #impact as a #cultural #heritage #institution. Latest #EUscreen blog ➡️: https://buff.ly/2vM1SST https://t.co/KKLRkYJxsX
@blog.euscreen.eu
Europeana’s Impact Playbook: the cultural heritage professionals’ guide to assessing impact
@blog.europeana.eu
The Belgian Exodus of World War One
@Europeanaeu
Rainbows have been used as symbols for centuries, from biblical scenes to heraldry to the symbol of pride. In our #GalleryOfTheWeek - all the colours of the rainbow in manuscripts, posters, paintings, and more http://bit.ly/2OFeoMJ https://t.co/Ug68LLSVi3
@Europeanaeu
As long as there have been babies, which is quite a long time, there’s been #breastfeeding. Breastfeeding heritage for #WorldBreastfeedingWeek on our blog: http://bit.ly/2vaQKQ5 #WBW2018 #worldbreastfeedingweek2018 #EuropeForCulture #culturalheritage https://t.co/UQRTFaD9OD
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“If you have to ask what jazz is, you'll never know.” #LouisArmstrong, American trumpet player and singer was born #OnThisDay in 1901 http://bit.ly/2axrtWp https://t.co/g4egqRCnqm
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Happy #InternationalBeerDay! Still Life with a Tall Beer Glass by Jan Jansz van de Velde from @rijksmuseum http://bit.ly/2uq0bIi https://t.co/jc0o1WdGn2
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#FashionFriday: An iconic Dutch Polygoon newsreel about summer fashion for kids; with bathing suits, summer dresses, beach wear and a sailor suit ⛵️ @BeeldenGeluid - http://bit.ly/2vw6Cw0 https://t.co/ouvMqkVkc9
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Challenge accepted! https://twitter.com/FFHistorians/status/1025107627938861058
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Glasgow City Heritage Trust: An Open Mind To Heritage
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August is here and we need a new cover image. Which of these fruits and vegetables would you like to see on your summer plate? 🥒Vote here: http://bit.ly/2NYWYJC #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/sHb8yqm2FH
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As long as there have been babies, which is quite a long time, there’s been #breastfeeding. Breastfeeding heritage for #WorldBreastfeedingWeek on our blog: http://bit.ly/2vaQKQ5 #WBW2018 #worldbreastfeedingweek2018 #EuropeForCulture #culturalheritage https://t.co/A1kjOrKrEH
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Breastfeeding heritage for World Breastfeeding Week
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Since the very beginnings of modern horse racing, the tracks were used as a ‘catwalk-avant-la-lettre’ by ladies and fashion designers alike. Learn more about fashion at the Races http://bit.ly/2OAV3wf https://t.co/ShyzOCJwSk
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Dracula was from Yorkshire – and other facts for #YorkshireDay. Read our new blog, celebrate and learn something new: http://bit.ly/2Ox5d0J #YorkshireDay2018 https://t.co/GQtlelY5J8
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Just who are we, Europeana, in this state of #DigitalTransformations? We pose this question to Executive Director @Hverwayen and his insights set the tone for the next stage of sharing digital culture. http://bit.ly/2KgnrAq #EuropeForCulture #EuropeanUnion https://t.co/SNq7YVI5Kf
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Dracula was from Yorkshire – and other facts for Yorkshire Day
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Visit our new exhibition and learn about the evolution of Greek song from the 19th century until now The story is based on the unique collection of Greek songs of @mmblilian and covers a wide range of songs that embody both scholarly and popular #music http://bit.ly/2vi8Y1g https://t.co/LYukMwSJe6
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Europe and Fashion: Questioning Identities and Cultures
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Augmented Reality makes street art come to life
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Migration occurs everywhere and at anytime, sometimes forced, sometimes by choice. In this #GalleryOfTheWeek - photographs, sketches and drawings of people in transit, leaving their homes in search of new horizons https://bit.ly/2LxjMnm https://t.co/EODELm6K27
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Painted in 1860 Road in Häme or Hot summer day, is the result of sketches that Werner Holmberg made around Tampere in northern Häme. Read our guest post on @DailyArtMag http://bit.ly/2LWIXvp https://t.co/QkEZoLoaX4
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#JudithLeyster, Dutch Golden Age painter was born #OnThisDay in 1609. She was the first Dutch woman to be admitted as a master painter to the prestigious Painters' Guild. Explore her artworks on Europeana: http://bit.ly/1pfG0Lb #womeninhistory https://t.co/BCqFfZ8W63
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Today #FashionFriday is all about wearing black . "Wearing black is always fashionable. It defies time and is suitable with different textures and fabrics", according to @RTBF. Video clip dating from 1969 - http://bit.ly/2OkAp3o https://t.co/4Juhcc0hWh
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Detail of diagrams of solar and lunar eclipses from 1431 to 1462. Image taken from f. 8 of Physician's folding almanac, including John Somer's 'Calendar' via @britishlibrary http://bit.ly/2NJshIu #LunarEclipse #BloodMoon https://t.co/o4aAhMP953
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Last call for Paper for ECHIC Conference 2019
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.@amazon to replace local libraries? Do you agree that this argument 'misses the point'? Add to the conversation! http://bit.ly/2LQFpei #digitalculture #europeforculture #DigitalTransformation https://t.co/PUUovVuveP
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Do you know the legend of the Norwegian hero Frithiof? It’s become an immortal Scandinavian tale – several variations of it exist, and composers and artists throughout history have been inspired by the story it tells. Read more: http://bit.ly/1HSYpzU #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/K8zi2wa3cn