OpenGLAM is supported by a global network of people and organisations who are working to open up content and data held by GLAM institutions.

We run workshops and provide documentation for cultural institutions wanting to open up their data and content as well as organising events bringing together groups that are committed to building an open cultural commons.

Events

This is a calendar of global events relevant to the OpenGLAM network. It includes hackathons, code sprints, conferences and meet-ups that relate to opening up cultural heritage. Open GLAM Calendar
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Events on February 6, 2015
  • Hack4FI - Hack your heritage

    Starts: February 6, 2015

    Ends: February 9, 2015

    Location: Aalto Media Factory, Hämeentie 135, 00560 Helsinki, Finland

  • ArtBytes 3 Hackathon

    Starts: February 6, 2015

    Ends: February 9, 2015

    Location: Walters Art Museum, 600 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, United States

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Events on February 12, 2015
  • Europeana Tech conference

    Starts: February 12, 2015

    Ends: February 14, 2015

    Location: National Library of France, Quai François Mauriac, 75013 Paris, France

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Events on February 15, 2015
  • Wiki Loves Small Museums

    Starts: February 15, 2015

    Ends: February 16, 2015

    Location: Ocean City, MD, USA

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Events on February 27, 2015
  • First Swiss Open Cultural Data Hackathon

    Starts: February 27, 2015

    Ends: March 1, 2015

    Location: Swiss National Library, Hallwylstrasse 15, Berne, Switzerland

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“Cleopatra” in Domain Cricket Ground, 1914, Auckland, by Robert Walrond. Purchased 1999 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds. Te Papa (A.018196)

Each month, in our “Curator’s Choice” series, we feature a guest article from a curator on a group of works in one of their openly licensed digital collections.

Curator’s Choice #18: Lissa Mitchell, Curator of Historical Documentary Photography at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, explores the work of three photographers creating autochromes in early 20th-century New Zealand. Read on

From our Blog

Over 25,000 early English books released into the public domain

Since January 2015 over 25,000 early English texts from 1473-1700 have been released online to members of the public under the CC0 Public Domain Dedication through the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership (EEBO-TCP). Since 2000, the university libraries of Michigan and Oxford and ProQuest have been working together in this initiative to create electronic text versions of early printed books from ProQuest’s Early English […]

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Join the EuropeanaTech conference

Under the subtitle ‘Making the beautiful thing – Transforming technology and culture’ the second EuropeanaTech Conference will be held on 12-13 February 2015 at the National Library of France in Paris. This event brings invites all those working in the cultural heritage field, including application developers, information professionals, technology researchers and decision makers, to come together and explore technical challenges around […]

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DPLA: New Strategic Plan

This week the DPLA (Digital Public Library of America) published its Strategic Plan, which details the organisation’s goals for the period 2015-2017. DPLA brings together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, museums, and cultural heritage sites, and making them freely available to students, teachers, researchers, and the general public. Since the start in 2013, nearly 8,5 million items are now available through the DPLA portal. […]

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Autochromes from the Te Papa collection

CURATOR’S CHOICE #18: LISSA MITCHELL FROM Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Lissa Mitchell, Curator of Historical Documentary Photography at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, explores the work of three photographers creating autochromes in early 20th-century New Zealand. Announcements of the Lumiére brothers’ autochrome process were reported widely in New Zealand […]

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