CitizenHeritage will organize 4 multiplier events, to disseminate the project’s methodology, achievements and best practice, for further replication and take up by other institutions both in the education and cultural heritage sectors. Due to the evolution of the covid-19 crisis, some of the events may be in virtual form.
More details about each event coming soon.
Conference and collection and digitization day
Pisa, 28 June 2022
The role of photographic heritage in empowering communities participation in cultural heritage
Organized by Photoconsortium in cooperation with the Museo della Grafica and University of Pisa and hosted at the Palazzo Lanfranchi, in the very city center on the banks of the river Arno, the event takes the form of a 1-day conference with leading speakers from the Citizen Heritage consortium partners and other experts in digital cultural heritage, in Social Sciences and Humanities research and in the use of participatory approaches in a cultural and/or educational context. The main aim of the event was to offer insights about successful stories of citizen participation in Cultural Heritage Institutions and Higher Education Institutions.
In addition to the conference programme, a digitization and collection desk was organized, inviting participants to share heritage photos from their family albums, which were digitized on the spot by a professional photographer. The stories associated with the image(s) were also collected and converted in appropriate metadata to accompany the digital objects. The collected records were then aggregated by Photoconsortium and shared in Europeana, the European digital library (view the collection).
Download the Invitation (PDF)
Press Release (PDF, Italian Language)
Conference with workshops
Rotterdam, 23-24 March 2023
CitizenHeritage: A new participatory practice
Hosted by the Erasmus University and preceded by a variety of students’ activities, this multiplier event will deliver selected presentations from academic colleagues at the University as well as presentations by Citizen Heritage partners who will share with the audience recent research on participatory approaches in cultural heritage and stories from the project’s journey so far, also in the light of gaining feedback from participant students, CHIs, colleagues, and the general audience.
- Workshop sessions (in presence)
- 9.00 – 12.30 Conference (hybrid)
- 14.00 – 17.00 Transnational Project Meeting (hybrid, Citizen Heritage partners only)
Conference with workshop
Leuven, 19 May 2023
Citzen Heritage: can citizen science contribute to the CH challenges of today?
In this multiplier event, recommendations and results from the project will be presented in an interactive one day seminar at the premises of the Irish College in Leuven, offering a particular focus on replicability and uptake of the Citizen Heritage methodology by CHIs to engage with citizens and students.
The event will include a workshop session and a transnational project meeting of the Citizen Heritage partners.
- 9.30 – 12.00 Conference (hybrid)
- 13.00 – 17.00 Workshop (in presence)
- 17.30 Transnational project meeting (hybrid, Citizen Heritage partners only)
Athens, May 2023
Digital technologies at the service of Citizen Science
An one-day capacity building and knowledge spreading workshop will be organised in Athens. The event will include: (i) a presentations session by experts (from the CH, technical and educational domain) dedicated to spreading awareness about the achievements of the project, with an emphasis on the use of ICT tools, such as the CrowdHeritage platform, in the fields of Cultural Heritage and education; (ii) a hands-on session where attendees will be trained about how to use such a tool and will be invited to participate in a crowd citizen
challenge; and (iii) a roundtable open discussion, where attendees will be encouraged to contribute with their own thoughts and discuss with experts.