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European Commission report confirms continued Member State support for Europeana. Look out over the summer as we delve deeper into what the issues covered in this report mean for Europeana and the #culturalheritage sector.
by @Europeanaeu | 7 hours ago

Today is #SustainableGastronomyDay. Read our blog to learn about eating and drinking in the past and find out what is the real paleo diet
by @Europeanaeu | 14 hours ago

Over 60 young cultural heritage professionals from 23 countries who can think beyond borders - @SneskaEN welcoming the participants of @europanostra Capacity Building Days So happy that @Europeanaeu is part of this!
by @Europeanaeu | 1 day ago

Japanese printmaker #OharaKoson's art is full of 'kachō-ga' style (literally ‘images of flowers and birds’🦆). Explore his delicate, richly coloured artworks in our #GalleryOfTheWeek
by @Europeanaeu | 1 day ago

Jugendstil, Modernisme, Szecesszió, Stile Liberty, Skønvirke: Art Nouveau’s many names indicate how international and influential the style was across Europe. Explore our online exhibition to learn more about #ArtNouveau and its origins
by @Europeanaeu | 3 days ago

June marks #PrideMonth, commemorating the 1969 #Stonewall riots which catalysed modern #LGBTQ+ activism. Read our new blog & discover a short #CulturalHistory of #Pride, exemplified by objects held in European museums, galleries, libraries and archives
by @Europeanaeu | 4 days ago

Aleksandras Mykolas Račkus was a Lithuanian American numismatist, philatelist, ethnographer, curator, and physician, who was born near Kaunas in 1893. Read our new blog and learn more about his life and legacy
by @Europeanaeu | 5 days ago

"I adore the language Europeana use to talk about copyright. It’s exactly what you’re thinking if you want to reuse an image" - thanks @Gavin_Mallory! An interesting round-up of 14 archive websites' functionality
by @Europeanaeu | 5 days ago

#Ravenna in modern Italy was one of Europe’s most important cities in the Byzantine era. Today, experts from the #Byzantine Art and Archaeology project take us on a tour of Ravenna’s remarkable Byzantine heritage. Explore and enjoy #ByzantineArt
by @Europeanaeu | 6 days ago

How Lithuania gamified learning about #copyright and rights statements for #CulturalHeritage - read and find out more
by @Europeanaeu | 7 days ago

On the 10th of June we celebrated the #WorldArtNouveauDay, so let's explore some great #ArtNouveauPosters in our #GalleryOfTheWeek
by @Europeanaeu | 7 days ago

“Beauty, like truth, is relative to the time when one lives and to the individual who can grasp it.” #GustaveCourbet, French-Swiss painter and sculptor was born #OnThisDay in 1819 ️Jo, the Beautiful Irish Girl, Nationalmuseum, public domain
by @Europeanaeu | 8 days ago

Coorte portrayed fruit with the precision of a scientist. By isolating it, it is as if he wanted to get to the very essence. ️ A Bowl of Strawberries on a Stone Plinth | Adriaen Coorte via Rijksmuseum
by @Europeanaeu | 10 days ago

"I shut my eyes in order to see." French artist #PaulGauguin was born #OnThisDay in 1848. Unappreciated until after his death, Gauguin is now recognized for his experimental use of colour and Synthetist style. Explore his work on Europeana:
by @Europeanaeu | 11 days ago

The human crisis and the three Es: Environment, Equality and Endangered - read our new blog and get inspired to make a change #WorldEnvironmentDay #BeatAirPollution
by @Europeanaeu | 13 days ago

As the academic year draws to a close, we’re looking back to see what we & our education community have learned over the last months. Bridget Martin, a #HistoryTeacher in residence at @EUROCLIO, gives us her top 3⃣ lessons learned🤓 #EuropeanaEducation
by @Europeanaeu | 13 days ago

Of the plants and animals we know about, there are more than 16,000 #EndangeredSpecies. 99% of these are at risk due to human activities. This #GalleryOfTheWeek highlights a selection of endangered and threatened plants and animals from across the world
by @Europeanaeu | 14 days ago

Do you have a migration story related to cycling? You can submit it here:
by @Europeanaeu | 15 days ago

Cycling in Amsterdam 🇮🇪🇳🇱
by @Europeanaeu | 15 days ago

Me and my Bicycle 🇮🇪🇬🇧
by @Europeanaeu | 15 days ago

2) Biking from day shift to evening shift 🇪🇸🇳🇱
by @Europeanaeu | 15 days ago

A means of transportation, a sport, a lifestyle... and much more. Read #EuropeanaMigration stories submitted by people from across Europe and learn what a #bicycle means to them‍♂️‍♀️ 1) My grand-uncle's cycling medal 🇳🇱🇦🇺🇱🇻
by @Europeanaeu | 15 days ago

Happy #WorldBicycleDay! ‍♀️‍♂️ It is hard to imagine that a little over a century ago, women were discouraged from riding their bicycles. In the late 19th century, medical professionals made up a disease called #BicycleFace... Read our blog to learn more
by @Europeanaeu | 15 days ago

The 17th-century public would have delighted in this amusing spectacle. At the same time, viewers would have been aware of its hidden message. Learn more The Fête champêtre| Dirck Hals, @rijksmuseum
by @Europeanaeu | 16 days ago