GLAM Hack Workshops are non-formal educational activities in the context of which participants become acquainted with: (a) digital archives and repositories, (b) Creative Commons licenses, and (c) various good practices of creative reuses of digital cultural heritage.

GLAM Hack Hack-a-thons are campaigns that encourage people to create their own artworks from digitized cultural heritage materials. Winning entries are determined by a panel of judges and prizes are awarded.

GLAM Hack Exhibitions are temporary public installations of selected artworks (created by the participants of GLAM Hack Workshops and Hack-a-thons), held in unorthodox art spaces.