On the OpenGLAM homepage, we maintain a calendar of events to notify everyone in our network of relevant events related to opening up cultural heritage. This post highlights some of the most interesting conferences and meet-ups you can participate in this autumn. If you know of an event that should be in our calendar, please notify us […]
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.
EventsThis 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
Events on September 3, 2015
Events on September 7, 2015
Events on September 9, 2015
Events on September 10, 2015
Events on September 24, 2015
Events on September 26, 2015
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.
From our Blog
Miriam Posner, Digital Humanities program coordinator at UCLA and guest curator at the NLM, on what led a 1920s Brooklyn surgeon to remove the veins from a day-old infant, mount them on a board, and film them being pumped with air.
Hi! My name is Kenny Whitebloom, and I’m the newest member of the OpenGLAM Working Group. I’m the Manager of Special Projects at the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), an online digital library that aggregates and makes freely available metadata and thumbnails for millions of digitized cultural objects from across the United States. My […]
CURATOR’S CHOICE #24: Pat Hadley, Sarah King and Stuart Ogilvy from The Yorkshire Museum Pat Hadley, Sarah King and Stuart Ogilvy from The Yorkshire Museum (York Museums Trust), present a fascinating selection of photographs from the collection of Tempest Anderson, the pioneering Victorian volcanologist. What could possess a respectable Victorian surgeon from York to spend […]