More Than Just a Conference: Europeana Creative Culture Jam 9-10 July 2015

Europeana Creative Culture Jam is the final showcase event of Europeana Creative, a ground-breaking project that explores ways for creative industries to connect with cultural heritage.

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What Is It About?

The event, which is being held here at the Austrian National Library, will mix inspiring keynote talks with lively discussions on topics ranging from copyright to co-creation and from living labs to business models. It is a platform for celebrating the project’s innovative Challenge winners, playing with the fantastic apps the project has developed and participating in some live crowd-funding madness! You will be able to see demos of the Europeana Creative Pilots, hear lively Ignite Talks and get hands-on experience in productive Co-Creation Workshops. You won’t want to miss the Exhibition Area where you will be able get to see what other cultured creatives from all over Europe are doing.

Europeana Creative Culture Jam will be a celebration of all that Europeana Creative has achieved. And it will also look to the future as the projects continue to pursue its ambitions with fellow creative projects Europeana Food & Drink and Europeana Space.

You Are invited!

Everyone with a creative, practical or strategic interest in open data, cultural heritage or digital culture is invited to join in on the Europeana Creative Culture Jam. Be sure to sign up now to take advantage of the early bird rate!

Pre-Jam Events

Leading up to Culture Jam are a number of one-day Culture Jam Creation Days (Pre-Events). Over the next two months, Europeana Creative will be inviting you to come along to their labs in various European cities and unleash your creativity. Head on over the conference website to find out more!

Registration is now open! Be sure to sign up by 15 May 2015 to take advantage of the early bird rate!

If you have any questions tweet us at @eCreative_EU or send an email to europeanacreative@onb.ac.at.

See you in lovely Vienna!

*This is an adaptation of an event post first published on the Europeana Creative website.

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