Meet the winners of the Europeana Research Grants Programme 2017

Created: 21 December 2017

We're thrilled to announce our three Grants Winners for the Europeana Research Grants Programme 2017, together with the short list of promising proposals. 

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Europeana Research Grants Programme 2017: call for submissions and guidelines for applicants

Created: 28 September 2017

Today, we are delighted to be launching the second Europeana Research Grants Programme. We invite you to send in your submissions for the academic year 2017-2018. The focus for this year’s grant proposals is intercultural dialogue in its broadest sense.

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Europeana Research Grants 2016 outcomes: Mapping a Colony by Thylstrup, Asp, and Ojala

Created: 5 September 2017

Europeana Research Grants 2016 outcomes: Mapping a Colony by Thylstrup, Asp, and Ojala

Created: 5 September 2017

The Europeana Research Grants Programme was first launched in 2016 and proved hugely popular. Digital humanities researchers applied with projects that addressed research questions by using Europeana data. The high volume of proposals proved just how important it is to make heritage data available. And the wide variety of ideas showed the depth of potential in Europeana Collections material.

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Art can live anywhere!

Created: 13 February 2017

Art can live anywhere!

Created: 13 February 2017

Art, technology and storytelling. One of the winners of the first Europeana Challenge of 2016, Storypix combines these elements in a web exhibition platform that allows for art institutions to meaningfully present their collections in public spaces. In this interview, Paul Ruseler, part of the Storypix team, tells us about democratising art, museum innovation and other stories.

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Europeana Research Grants: The Long List

Created: 6 December 2016

Europeana Research Grants: The Long List

Created: 6 December 2016

The 160 research proposals received thoroughly exploited the Europeana ecosystem - collections, API, metadata, channels - and reviewing them took longer than expected. We were particularly thrilled to receive proposals from around the world, from researchers of all fields of the Humanities, Social Sciences and Information Technology.

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