Conferences and events on the topic of digital cultural heritage:

The established and annual events include:

Design access! – More responsibility for cultural heritage

Digitalization is intended to make access to cultural heritage easier. The conference series “Shaping Access! – More responsibility for cultural heritage” makes an important contribution to the discourse about the opportunities, obstacles, challenges and changes associated with digitalization for libraries, Archive and museums and their relationship to other institutions, initiatives and commercial . The conference takes place annually at different locations.

EVA – Electronic media & art, culture, history

The focus of the Berlin EVA cycles is electronic media, art, culture and history. Every year, EVA Berlin – which is part of the international EVA conferences – takes place in the Kunstgewerbemuseum museum the Kulturforum Potsdam dam Platz. The global interdisciplinary conference is a platform for discussion about challenges and developments of visual Info technologies in the cultural sector.

May conference – museum and the internet

The specialist conference on the topic of “ Museum and Internet ” takes place annually in May and is aimed at employees of museums, exhibition halls and cultural administrations as well as Archive and libraries. During the two-day event, current aspects of Internet use in the cultural sector will be examined. Important topics are the presentation, advertising, marketing and communication possibilities of the Internet based on social developments, changes in media use and progress in Info and communication technology. The aim of the conference is to provide Museum

DHd Annual Conference – Conference of the Digital Humanities Association in German-speaking countries

Digital Humanities Association in German-speaking countries, founded in 2013, is the interdisciplinary, formal advocacy group for the field of digital humanities . As a regional association, DHd is associated with the EADH (European Association of Digital Humanities) and is represented in the international umbrella organization ADHO (Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations). The association meets once a year as part of an international conference.