GLAM Hack Workshops are educational seminars helping participants become acquainted with: (a) digital archives and repositories, (b) open content licenses and Rights Statements, and (c) various examples of creative reuses and remixes of digital cultural heritage.
Find out what kinds of workshops we design, organise and offer, and for whom in the sections below. Information regarding all our upcoming and past events can be found on the calendar.
GLAM Hack Workshops for Adults
Introductory workshop in the context of which participants become acquainted with: (a) digital archives and repositories, (b) open content licenses, and (c) some examples of creative reuses of digital cultural heritage materials. In addition, with the use of image processing programmes and tools, they can create their own derivative artworks.
Introductory workshop in the context of which participants become acquainted with: (a) intellectual property rights, (b) open content licenses, and (c) Rights Statements. In addition, they learn to distinguish digital commons from social media, as well as from digital piracy.
GLAM Hack Workshops for Students
To be announced soon.
To be announced soon.
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.
Customised version of our workshop “What the Hack?!”, in the context of European Youth Weeks 2019, organised by Haus am Maiberg in Heppenheim, Germany.
Our first workshop, in the context of the Conference: “Tradition anew! Documenting cultural heritage and artistic creation -interdisciplinary approaches, contemporary media”, organised by the Biennale of Western Balkans, in light of the International Museum Day 2019.