This month, we are thrilled to announce that the ESACH family is getting bigger!
Starting from this week, we have a brand new communication team, ready to bring you the latest news and events through our digital channels. If you want to be always up-to-date on our activities, make sure to follow us on social media and to check out our website! Are you curious to see who is hiding 'behind the screen'? Click here, and have a look at the new composition of our team!
In this month's newsletter, you can find the latest events, conferences and information about ESACH and our partners. The ESACH Talks that will take place next Tuesday 17 November are organized in collaboration with Europeana and will focus on new technologies and innovation. All you have to do is register to the link below, get prepared to share your ideas and listen to the inspiring presentations.
Last but not least, if you are looking for an internship position in the field of cultural heritage, keep reading..
As always, welcome to all the new ESACH members that subscribed to the newsletter.
Enjoy the reading!
ESACH Talks! New Professionals' Forum - registrations still open!
The registrations for the November ESACH Talks are still open!
This month’s theme: new technologies and innovation. What happens when new technologies encounter cultural heritage studies? How can photography, social media, communications and other digital tools help heritage practitioners?
In collaboration with Europeana’s New Professionals' Task Force, join us for an evening filled with inspiring presentations and new ideas for the future. Register now!
Keynote speaker: Killian Downing, Europeana Councillor and Chair of New Professionals Task Force.
ESACH Talks December - Call for abstracts now open!
Mark your calendar: next month's ESACH Talks will take place on the 16th of December. This time, the focus will be on the relationship between culture and sustainable development. The call for abstracts is open now! Remember, all presenters will have the option to publish their presentation as a piece on the European Heritage Tribune!
Submit your abstract!
Europeana 2020 Conference
The Europeana Conference 2020 is an important online hub for heritage practitioners sharing their work and commitment to the field. The topics explored in these three-day conversations are related to crisis, change and culture in the digital heritage sector. This Friday, our Vice-president will be representing ESACH to advocate for increasing support for new professionals. We feel honoured to be featured in such an important conference, and we hope this will be the starting point of a fruitful collaboration with Europeana.
Go through the program, and learn more below.
Join the session!
ESACH + European Heritage Tribune New partnership
The European Heritage Tribune is a non-profit organisation dedicated to building a Pan European Network of heritage connections devoted to providing European citizens with opportunities to participate in, and appreciate, all forms of heritage and culture throughout Europe.
The ESACH blog on the EHT website will feature short writings and presentations by ESACH members, starting with the presenters of the ESACH Talks.
Read the blog
Digital Forum Urban Agenda for the EU: Culture and Cultural Heritage in Europe
As part of the Urban Agenda for the EU, the EU has developed a partnership of 30 stakeholders across Europe. Partners are currently working on concrete actions to manage and develop the European heritage, taking into account social, ecological and economical factors. On 24th and 25th of November, the concrete Action plan will be disclosed and finalised in the context of the EU Council Presidency. Don't miss the unique opportunity to take part in the conversations, sign-up now!
Hope you enjoyed the reading! Stay posted for further infromation, follow us on social media and check the ESACH website.