Tag: Athens

Cultural Heritage EU funded projects meet at the CrossCult & Emotive Workshop in Athens

On Monday the 14th of May 2018, the EMOTIVE team had the chance to organize and co-host with the CrossCult project an exciting event that brought together representatives of most of the current cultural heritage EU funded projects. The event was structured in three main sessions, attempting to approach cultural heritage research and innovation through […]

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EMOTIVE@ATHENA participates in the International Museum Day 2018 celebrations

EMOTIVE@ATHENA participates in the International Museum Day  2018 celebrations The ATHENA Research Center’s EMOTIVE team participated actively in the celebrations of the International Museum Day 2018 on May 18, 2018. This year’s theme was “Hyperconnected museums: New approaches, new publics”. More than 36,000 museums worldwide participate in the celebrations each year. This year was particularly […]

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CrossCult & Emotive Workshop

The European H2020 projects “EMOTIVE: Storytelling for Cultural heritage” (http://www.emotiveproject.eu/)  and “CrossCult: Empowering reuse of digital cultural heritage in context-aware crosscuts of European history” (www.crosscult.eu) would like to invite you to a EU projects workshop in order to explore possible collaborations between EU funded projects relevant to Cultural Heritage. In particular, we will explore possibilities […]

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1001 Stories at the Ancient Agora of Athens

The first iteration of the first EMOTIVE stories was released and tested in December at the archeological site of the Ancient Agora in Athens, Greece. The stories, composed by archeologist- storytellers Ms. Katerina Servi and Mr. Francesco Ripanti, aim at involving the visitors of the Ancient Agora in an emotional travel to the past. Well […]

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Emotive Project kick-off!

After months of planning, we are very excited to kick off the EMOTIVE project in Athens! On November 26th, members from all eight partner institutions and companies gathered at the offices of the Athena Research Institute to meet, greet and plan the work ahead. Over the next three years, the team will research, design, develop […]

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