GLAM Hack Custom Events are non-formal learning activities related to (digital) cultural heritage, that we design, organise and offer for creators (researchers, artists, bloggers etc.), educators, schools, museums, GLAM professionals, web and app developers, as well as for-profit and not-for-profit organisations.
Find out more information about our upcoming and past custom-made events in the sections below. Information regarding all our upcoming and past events can be found on the calendar.
Upcoming Custom Events
COVID-19 Update (March – September 2020): In the context of the protective measures against coronavirus, we couldn’t organise any physical activities during the previous months. We could organise activities online, since we are very comfortable with the digital shift. But we decided not to do so, because we wanted to know our audiences better, and design our new and upcoming events accordingly. In addition, taking into consideration the restrictions of the digital realm, we wanted to explore alternative possibilities to offer our activities online in both interactive and qualitative ways. In any case, apart from working passionately from home, we are monitoring the situation closely, and we’ll come back to you really soon.
Past Custom Events
From November 2019 to March 2020, GLAM Hack participated in the designing and implementation of the educational programme “Archives in Transit” of the Onassis Foundation, which was offered to high-school students in two public schools in Attica, Greece.
Second implementation of our custom-made workshop in the context of the Erasmus+ Training Course “Equal Volunteering Opportunities for All”, organised by Fundació Catalunya Voluntària in Barcelona, Spain.
GLAM Hack was one of the co-organisers of the Youth Fair 2019, which was organised by Inter Alia, in collaboration with more than 20 civil society organisations in Athens, Greece. GLAM Hack was there with its Pop-Up Gallery, inviting the visitors to participate in a creative activity: “The Outcast Europe Colouring Competition”.
Objects Telling the Stories of Outcasts vol. 1
Custom-made workshop designed for Inter Alia, based on the digitised materials of the Outcast Europe Exhibition. The workshop was implemented for the very first time in the context of the International Conference “Re-framing the Migrant Situation in Europe”, organised by Inter Alia and the Department of Political Science and International Relations (University of the Peloponnese) in Corinth, Greece.