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  1. 1. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Welcome and introduction of the day By Prasanna Oommen
  2. 2. Programme ● Welcome ○ Welcome Mobilier National ○ Setting the scene: the leading visions ○ Welcome by Minister of Culture Roselyne Bachelot ● Keynote by and an interview with Yvo Volman ● Session 1- A moderated roundtable discussion with ○ Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak ○ Marie Veronique Leroi ○ Marco Rendina ○ Roberto Di Giulio ● Lunch
  3. 3. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Hélène Cavalié Deputy Director, Mobilier national collections
  4. 4. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Setting the scene: the leading visions Harry Verwayen, General Director Europeana Foundation Marie-Veronique Leroi, Ministry of Culture of France
  7. 7. COMMON DATA SPACE FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE RECOMMENDATIONS On a ‘Common Data Space for Cultural Heritage’
  8. 8. “Digitise in 3D all monuments and sites (at risk) and 50% of all monuments and sites that are most visited” “Member States should …support and raise awareness of Europeana among the general public and particularly in the education sector and schools” “All public funding for future digitisation …should be made conditional upon making digitised content available in Europeana and the data space”
  9. 9. WHAT IF…
  10. 10. Adoption levels need >
  11. 11. Europeana Network Association EUROPEANA NETWORK ASSOCIATION (3,300)
  12. 12. Europeana Aggregators forum EUROPEANA AGGREGATORS FORUM (EAF)
  13. 13. How do we align the Commission’s vision with the state of play in the Member States and the needs and expectations of the sector and citizens? What is the role of aggregators, and how can they be better supported to deliver change at scale? Surface and articulate some of key challenges and issues with regard to aggregation and data space How do we develop partnerships with other actors that strengthen the data space?
  14. 14. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Roselyne Bachelot - Narquin French Minister of Culture
  15. 15. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Yvo Volman Director, DG CONNECT
  16. 16. BREAK 10:20 - 10:35
  17. 17. BREAK 10:20 - 10:35
  18. 18. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Creating the European Data Space for Cultural Heritage By Prasanna Oommen
  19. 19. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Exploring the building blocks of the European Data Space for Cultural Heritage and how they are interconnected Speakers ● Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak, DG CONNECT ● Marie Veronique Leroi - Ministry of Culture, France ● Marco Rendina - European Fashion Heritage Association ● Roberto Di Giulio - University of Ferrara, The 4CH Project
  20. 20. 3D DIGITISATION & EUROPEAN DATA SPACE FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE Roberto Di Giulio 4CH is a Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission under Grant Agreement n.101004468 – 4CH.
  21. 21. Thierry Breton How digital will help us preserve our cultural heritage Statement, 10 Novembre 2021 GodefroyParis | (CC) Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 (…) Our cultural heritage is an intrinsic part of our shared European values and cultural diversity which are the foundation of our European identity. This is why we need to preserve it. And in order to preserve it, we need to help ensure that our European heritage is fully embedded in the Digital Decade. Less than 20% of the collections at our museums, galleries or libraries are digitised. The situation is even more dramatic for sites and monuments. At the same time, these treasures are increasingly exposed to natural and man-made risks: from the fire of the cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris, to the regular flooding of Venice, or vandalism in the Modern Theatre in Sofia. (…) By 2030, we want all monuments and sites at risk, and at least 50% of the most visited ones, to be digitised in 3D. (…) I want a digital twin of Notre Dame, for preserving it, for re-using it. In video-games, in education, in research, in tourism.
  22. 22. 3D DIGITISATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE THE BIG CHALLENGES LAUNCHED BY THE COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION OF 10.11.2021 To be digitised in 3D by 2030: - all monuments and sites at risk and - 50% of the most physically visited monuments, buildings and sites A huge number of Cultural Heritage Assets to be digitised in 3D 2,400,000 by 2025 16,000,000 by 2030 The creation of a common European data space to host and make findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable the 3D Digital Assets (the FAIR principle) Semantic interoperability of format and standards for 3D Digital Assets and metadata Defining a strategy to address this challenge raises some questions
  23. 23. QUESTIONS RAISED Are those targets achievable? Time and cost of 3D digitization should be considered Are the targets correctly sized for each Member State? Various factors such as size, characteristics, risk exposure require appropriate strategies for each Country Should a level of quality be established? How to fix the level of quality? Which parameter? FAIR principles? How to assess the FAIR principles satisfaction? For whom, for what purpose and in which way the 3D digitised assets have to be: Findable / Accessible / Interoperable / Reusable
  24. 24. A MULTISCALE APPROACH A VARIETY OF FEDERATED 3D DIGITISED ASSETS AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF RESOLUTION AND COMPLEXITY The different levels depend firstly on the scope the 3D digitised assets will be used for. A multiscale approach fosters an inclusive strategy in the collection, implementation and upload of 3D digitised assets into the data space. It allows to: - reuse existing ones by addressing them for appropriate purposes - improve and standardize those one in progress - optimize the new ones A Semantic Platform based on common ontologies and supported by an adequate technical infrastructure can improve the interconnections within the data space and can make the 3D assets Findable – Accessible – Interoperable - Reusable These principles are the basis of: - the development of the semantic platform for interoperable 3D HBIM based model implemented in the H2020 Project Inception - the ongoing work of the H2020 Projet 4CH to establish the European Competence Centre for preservation and conservation of Monuments and Sites
  25. 25. AN INTERCONNECTED DATA SPACE THE H2020 INCEPTION PROJECT AND ITS SPIN-OFF HAVE ALREADY TESTED HOW THE INTERCONNECTIVITY CAN WORK The H2020 Project Inception implemented a semantic platform where the 3D Models can be navigated and every single piece of a model can be selected to retrieve its metadata or to be enriched with documents. Here is the example of the integration of the Europeana Collections: exploiting developed APIs, we can search into Europeana directly from the INCEPTION platform and create an interconnection between the two worlds.
  26. 26. AN INTERCONNECTED DATA SPACE THE H2020 INCEPTION PROJECT AND ITS SPIN-OFF HAVE ALREADY TESTED HOW THE INTERCONNECTIVITY CAN WORK Once the semantic correlation has been established, then you can decide how to access the content. From the 3D models to its preview into the INCEPTION platform itself or to the Europeana Collections page. In this way, the picture remains where it was since the beginning but we create new ways of navigating and therefore understanding the content.
  27. 27. The H2020 4CH project is working on the establishment of a European Competence Centre for preservation and conservation of Monuments and Sites THE 4CH Project ROLE AND CONTRIBUTE OF THE EUROPEAN COMPETENCE CENTRE The implementation of the Compentence Centre’s Semantic Platform for the 3D Digitised Assets is an important strategic objective of 4CH
  28. 28. Fields of activities of the Competence Centre | ICTs and 3D Technology Dept o Definition of standards and basis that the multiscale levels for the 3D digitised assets should be based on o Implementation of common ontologies for semantic based interoperability and interconnections o Networking of Member States' digital infrastructures In order to address the challenges and achieve the objectives recommended by the European Commission, a common strategy of the Member States and a strong and broad cooperation in these fields will be required. THE 4CH Project ROLE AND CONTRIBUTE OF THE EUROPEAN COMPETENCE CENTRE
  29. 29. 3D DIGITISATION & EUROPEAN DATA SPACE FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE Roberto Di Giulio 4CH is a Horizon 2020 project funded by the European Commission under Grant Agreement n.101004468 – 4CH.
  30. 30. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Graphic Design Jeroen Meijer, Atelier Kompas
  31. 31. LUNCH 11:50 - 12:50
  32. 32. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Welcome Back By Prasanna Oommen
  33. 33. Programme Session 2 - Getting inspired with ○ Vincent Detalle ○ Julia Noordegraaf ○ Fiona Mowat Session 3 - A Moderated panel with ○ Valentine Charles ○ Kerstin Herlt ○ Thomas Sagory ○ Frederik Truyen Session 4 - More inspirations with ○ Meta Knol ○ Eirini Kaldeli ○ Hélène Cavalié ○ Gael Chenard ○ Amandine Contet Wrap up and closing
  34. 34. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Getting Inspired
  35. 35. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Vincent Detalle ‘ESPADON, a digital project dedicated to heritage science’ Research engineer, C2RMF
  36. 36. ESPADON, a digital project dedicated to heritage science Funding body: Fondation des Sciences du Patrimoine (Heritage Science Foundation) Scientific Coordinator: Vincent Detalle Scientific Deputies: Romain Thomas, Emmanuel Poirault 40
  37. 37. In France: 1989: AGLAE accelerator (Ministry of culture) 2004: 14 C ARTEMIS accelerator (CNRS-CEA) 2006: NanoSIMS (Muséum national d’histoire naturelle) 2011: X-ray tomograph AST-RX (0.9 M€) 2011: PATRIMA (Labex 7.6 M€) PATRIMEX (Equipex 6.5 M€) New AGLAE (Equipex 1.45 M€) 2013: IPANEMA (CPER 6 M€, MESR / Île-de-France) 2013: Fondation des sciences du patrimoine 2017: DIM Matériaux anciens & Patrimoniaux (Île-de-France 10 M€) 2019: PUMA beamline at the SOLEIL synchrotron (CPER 3 M€) WHAT BRINGS US TO ESPADON? 41 In Europe 1999–2002:ICN Labs-Tech Network 2004–2009: EU-Artech and SYNTHESIS projects 2009–2014: CHARISMA Project 2013–2015: ARIADNE Project 2015–2019: IPERION CH Project 2016: E-RIHS in the ESFRI Roadmap 2017–2020: E-RIHS PP Project 2018: European Open Science Cloud 2020: E-RIHS DIGILAB Working Group 2020 - 2023: IPERION HS project
  38. 38. Who is ESPADON ? 13 institutions signataires 31 unités partenaires Plus de 1 000 PM en apport
  39. 39. Strategic objectives of • Addressing instrumental issues • 2D/3D Spatialization, Multidimensional (multi-scale, multi-temporal) • Multimodal • Responding to the challenge of massive data management. • Storage • Processing and treatment • Data exchange • Managing the digital transition • Federating and training the scientific and professional communities in France • Integrating new practices ("best practices") 43 •Enriching the possibilities of access to artworks • Access to researchers and the cultural world • Socio-economic opening • Dissemination to civil society and public actors •Proactive participation to E-RIHS / DIGILAB
  40. 40. The project Co-construction and implementation of the Augmented Heritage Object Model - by the reinforcement of 3 interconnected networks: • a network of SHS specialists and actors from the world of conservation/restoration • a network of specialists in physico-chemical analysis and multi-scale 2D and 3D imaging • a network of specialists in digital sciences - by the synergy of new tools and digital methods for the study at all scales and in time, and for the production of metadata including the reflections resulting from multi- and interdisciplinary research paradata 44
  41. 41. Establishment of models Heritage Sciences Surrounding Object/ Heritage Object Documented object Object questioned Augmented object Studied object Interdisciplinary research Multi-scales Multidimensional Multi-temporal Study methodologies Archives, Documentation, Databases Collection, evaluation of information and its gaps Definition of a study and analysis protocol and a data management plan Museum, site, collection 3D Spatialization, Semantization, Interoperability Link with infrastructure and partner initiatives, e.g. E-RIHS, INHA, Humanum, Biblissima+ Comparison, classification, automatic learning New knowledge Beneficiation to the general public Reuse of data and models, development of new models Economic developments Shapes, Materials, Phenomena, Behaviors Structural, elemental, molecular, isotopic, … Formation Documentation Beneficiation in the scientific community Beneficiation to cultural heritage professionals Mediation, education Digital services platform Members of ESPADON Data management, enrichment and analysis Augmented Heritage Object 45
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  43. 43. Who is ESPADON ? 31 Research institutions (academic/heritage) More than 1 000 PM in kind 47
  44. 44. THE EXAMPLE OF MANUSCRIPTS Non Linear Optical Microscopy OCT correlation of the 2 techniques Hyperspectral Imaging UV-VIS-NIR X-ray Tomography Full field elemental analysis (PIXE, XRF) Morphological information at macro and micro scale Chemical information and degradation state Structure and manufacturing techniques Conservation state monitoring Decision on restauration/conservation treatments Recover illegible or underlying writings Materials identification (inks, coloring materials) Knowledge on scriptorium practices → Provenance, datation, attribution Cu Zn Materials analysis Multiscale / Interdisciplinary Multitemporal/Dynamic History, codicology and materials data Structuration and standardisation Storage, sharing and data searchability 2D Imaging 3D Imaging Development of dedicated data treatments Information correlation Data Biblissima+ / Huma Num
  45. 45. 49 The example of Built Heritage LIBS-Raman-Drone + 3D photogrammetry VIS-IR SIRT highspeed + 3D imaging systems TeraHertz ToF Photoacoustic platform Continuum of morphological and structural information from macroscale to microscale Identification and surface/internal location of original/restoration materials Conservation state monitoring, decision on restauration/conservation treatments, structure and manufacturing Track and identify the degradation causes in their first steps before the start of an irreversible degradation process Porosity study of the first surface layers and in depth In field materials analysis Dynamic analysis, multiscale and multitemporal data History and materials data Multi-mapping, multimodal, structuration Storage, sharing and data searchability 3D Imaging of (sub)-surface 3D ortho-imaging Development of dedicated data treatments Semantic annotation, propagation of annotations, information correlation Data Aïoli, Huma Num
  46. 46. Axe 3: Analyse collaborative de données spatialisées Enjeux • Spatialisation de données • Numérisation et reconstructions géométriques 3D • Données instrumentales • Sources documentaires • Aborder la spatialisation de données par la prise en compte de • dimensions des représentations (2D, 2,5D, 3D, 4D), • échelles (problèmes d’emboitement) • nature des données (géométrie d’acquisition des capteurs, typologie des sources documentaires, etc… ) et des annotations (localisations ponctuelles, régions surfaciques, patterns, volumes, … ). • Analyse collaborative et exploration du corpus • Gérer des multiples systèmes de visualisation (et possiblement via des technologies accessibles à tou.te.s) • Permettre l’accès, l’analyse interactive et l’exploration de données interconnectées au sein d’environnements numériques collaboratifs
  47. 47. WP0 WP4 Pastaga WP2 PixXL WP1 X WP3 Lumière WP5 SSH WP6 Climate Missions thématiques Valorisation, Communication, and Institutional Partnerships Data Interoperability and Accessibility within the Information System AHO and its users: scholars and professionals Instrumental Interoperability, Analytical Strategy and Research Platform Data lifecycle WP7 DATA WP8 Training
  48. 48. Regroupement Domaine des sciences du patrimoine Coordinateurs Organismes représentatifs et experts 1 Restaurateurs Dominique Martos, Cécile Aufaure et al. FFCR, ARAAFU, restaurateurs fonctionnaires 2 Régie, conservation préventive, … Juliette Rémy et al. AprévU, AFROA (régisseurs d’œuvres d’art), FFCR 3 Conservateurs Isabelle Pallot Frossard et al. AGCCPF, FEMS, AAF, OCIM,… 4 Documentalistes Olivier Malavergne et al. Sociétés des ingénieurs et scientifiques de France 5 Scientifiques de la conservation et Archéomètres Vincent Detalle et al. CaiRN, C2RMF, CRC, LRMH, CICRP… 6 Professionnels de la médiation, scénographes… Marie-Claire Le Bourdellès et al. Association professionnelle des muséographes, association nationale des guides conférenciers + experts EDL 7 Architectes + conservateurs MH + historiens de l’architecture Stéphanie Celle et al. Architectes du patrimoine, Collège des monuments historiques, ANABF 8 Anthropologues, sociologues, juristes… Question des recherches en provenance Monica Heintz (à definir) OCBC, ISP Saclay, ICOM France, SMF, SDMHEP 9 Historiens de l’art Romain Thomas et al. APAHAU, CFHA 10 Archéologues (universitaires, …) + philosophes Ph Jockey et al. INRAP, APAHAU, MSH Mondes, conservateurs régionaux de l’archéologie, SDA, Anne LEHOERFF (CNRA) 11 Historiens Pauline Lemaigre (à definir) Valérie Toureille (à definir) AHMUF, SHMESP + contemporanéistes Etats généraux des données du patrimoine
  49. 49. Strategic Orientation Committee Scientific Executive Committee 1 representative per WP 1 representative per Mission Coordination Bureau Scient Coord. + 2 Deputies. 2 FSP VP COS Chair GB Governance Meets every 6 weeks 2 ESPADON plenary meetings/ year Interoperability and information Scientific oversight Biannual reports Meets every 6 weeks 2 ESPADON plenary meetings/ year Validates the budget and the hiring processes Writes Financial and Scientific reports for the ANR 2 meetings + possible thematic meetings Guidance and oversight National and international collaboration WPs and Missions Validates
  50. 50. Around ESPADON 54
  51. 51. Thank you for your attention!
  52. 52. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND ‘Time machine’ Julia Noordegraaf Professor of Digital Heritage in the departmen Media Studies, University of Amsterdam
  53. 53. Time Machine Big Data of the Past for a Shared Future 3 March 2022 Julia Noordegraaf University of Amsterdam & Time Machine Organisation
  54. 54. Since 2016, more than 600 partners from science, industry, cultural heritage and civil society have joined an unprecedented alliance under the umbrella of the Time Machine.
  55. 55. With Time Machine, Europe will build the first 5D mirror world, connecting each place with the depth of its past and giving direct access to unique assets for studying, learning, deciding, creating and inventing a shared future.
  56. 56. Local Time Machines • 67 Local Time Machines • 19 countries • > 5,000 years of history • Project registry: Amsterdam 1550-2000
  57. 57. Amsterdam Time Machine
  58. 58. Picture Weixuan Li, Virtual Interiors Project (Huygens ING/UvA)
  59. 59. Artist house and shop at Warmoesstraat 138 in 1580 Wouter van Elburg & Madelon Simons, University of Amsterdam
  60. 60. Time Machine for European Data Space
  61. 61. Time Machine for Society
  62. 62. Scalable Historical Research
  63. 63. Virtual Interiors as Interfaces for Big Historical Data Spatial analysis of cultural production and consumption
  64. 64. “In the social sciences and humanities, scholars returned to urban history and environmental studies with a renewed interest in the microcosms of everyday life and the macrocosms of global flows.” Jo Guldi, ‘What is the Spatial Turn?’ Spatial Humanities: A Project of the Institute for Enabling Geospatial Scholarship. University of Virginia Library Scholar’s Lab,
  65. 65. Citizens contribute their own knowledge and objects Time Machine enriches cultural heritage collections The model: Europeana WWI roadshows
  66. 66. Time Machine for Education and Social Cohesion Give historical data new relevance
  67. 67. Virtual reconstruction of Bergen-Belsen by the Future Memory Foundation
  68. 68.
  69. 69. Time Machine for Tourism Virtual Escape Room Amsterdam
  70. 70. Provide a longitudinal perspective to present-day problems Time Machine for Smart Cities
  71. 71. Time Machine for Present-day Urban Challenges Maintaining the Historic City
  72. 72. Follow Time Machine @TimeMachineEU @TimeMachineEU
  73. 73. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Fiona Mowat and inDICEs partners ‘Visualising the impact of the digital transformation of the cultural heritage sector’ Data Analyst, Europeana Foundation
  74. 74. Observing the Europeana Data Space - Data Statistics Dashboard
  75. 75. ● Records for Europeana Collections ● Data from Cultural Heritage Institutions ● Targeted advice ● Interaction with target audiences
  76. 76. BREAK 13:35 - 13:50
  77. 77. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND "Aggregation in the European common data space" Valentine Charles , Europeana Foundation Kerstin Herlt , DFF - Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum Thomas Sagory, Musée d'Archéologie Fredrik Truyen, KU Leuven, InDICEs
  78. 78. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Valentine Charles Europeana Foundation, the operator of Europeana DSI
  79. 79. EUROPEANA CORE PLATFORM 51 millions of high quality content in 38 languages Available on Europeana .eu and APIs Events and training for cultural heritage professionals Data quality standards and frameworks
  80. 80. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Kerstin Herlt Europeana Aggregators Forum
  81. 81. 22.0 IBM Diverse maskiner, Telemuseet, Norway, CC BY-SA EAF - WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO ● We work with 40 domain, thematic & national aggregators ● We offer advice and support in digitisation, content description, licensing & copyright, media formats accessibility, multilingualism, and in domain and subject vocabularies ● We promote open standards and encourage the free flow of data across borders for re-use in applications for education, research, creative industries and the general public
  82. 82. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Thomas Sagory Musée d'Archéologie
  83. 83. Le Musée d’Archéologie nationale (MAN) et le projet Europeana Archaeology Plusieurs millions d’objets du Paléolithique au Moyen Âge ⇒ base des collections en développement ⇒ base de données archives (Atom) •Objectif : renforcer le rayonnement du musée et de ses collections en diffusant des données ouvertes de qualité •Calendrier : 2019 – 2020 •Résultats : 1205 images - 37 modèles 3D
  84. 84. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Frederik Truyen InDICEs
  85. 85. BREAK 14:35 - 14:50 Video: Sparnatural, a graphical editor for semantic queries, Thomas Francart, Sparna.
  86. 86. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Meta Knol Leiden European City of Science 2022
  87. 87. WHO KNOWS? Connecting Science and Society for a Sustainable Future Leiden European City of Science 2022 & New European Bauhaus What, why, how? Learnings… Meta Knol, director Leiden2022 @ KnolMeta
  88. 88. Leiden is the first European city to host a 365 day Science Festival
  89. 89. What is Leiden European City of Science? • a 365 days-science-festival… • connecting science with society… • exploring human knowledge: science & knowledge & arts, culture, crafts & know-how, expertise • on local, national and international scales • …for anyone with a curious mind!
  90. 90. Who Knows… • “I don’t think science knows, actually” • deep fake - filter bubbles - post-truth • repositioning relationships between science and society, seeking new models for integrating & embedding knowledge systems within our societies • overarching narrative Leiden2022: WHO KNOWS
  91. 91. platform: Year of Events hyperlocal: Knowledge throughout Neigborhoods international highlights: Euro Science Open Forum 2022 (13 -16 July) young talent: EU Contest for Young Scientists 2022 (12 -18 September) future: New European Bauhaus and much more… European Commission: “Leiden2022 provides a generic model for building sustainable relationships between scientists and citizens.” Programme components
  92. 92. THE WALL: co-created between Jan-July 2021 365 curiosity sparking topics related to health, wellbeing, biodiversity, technology, culture, society, history, the future ...
  93. 93. Tear-off calendar: 365 days curious
  94. 94. Local distribution at markets, in libraries etc
  95. 95. Example #1: February 14 > DADA
  96. 96. Example #2: February 21 > Mother Tongue
  97. 97. Example #3: February 25 > Bruises
  98. 98. Daily Science & Society Radio Show
  99. 99. bottom-up / participatory / non-usual suspects generous adventurous empathic curious
  100. 100. For example…
  101. 101. Public Engagement with Science
  102. 102. New European Bauhaus
  103. 103. Stadsbauhaus Leiden
  104. 104. PLATFORM: Leiden as a local case-study
  105. 105. NETWORK: Ministery of the Future
  106. 106. PRODUCER: Toekomstbouwers
  107. 107. PRODUCER: climate & GLAM workshop
  108. 108. PRODUCER: Young Talent & EUCYS 2022
  109. 109. How do we make it spin?
  110. 110. Learning no. 1: “the messy stuff wins” • let go of control, build on trust • allow spontaneous, original ideas to win from fixed formats - every step along the way! • don’t let the rational get in the way of the intuitive • foster and stimulate *real* bottom-up ownership
  111. 111. Learning no. 2: “be generous” • bottom-up inclusivity only works IF… • you are performing continuous bias checks • you keep on reaching beyond your own networks • you follow the pathway from public awareness to public engagement to public participation
  112. 112. Learning no. 3: “it’s all about curiosity” • curiosity is just so very… • open boxes, take corners, tempt people to open up their brains and senses • the power of curiosity reaches far beyond classical target groups and/or pre-fixed media strategies • ignite, surprise and delight: enlight!
  113. 113. SO
  114. 114. PLEASE
  115. 115. JOIN US
  116. 116. THANK YOU
  117. 117. Mobilier National | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Eirini Kaldeli, National Technical University of Athens Hélène Cavalié, Mobilier national
  118. 118. CRAFTED Enrich and promote traditional and contemporary crafts National Technical University of Athens Eirini Kaldeli Senior Researcher at NTUA Hélène Cavalier Deputy Director of Mobilier National Mobilier National
  119. 119. CRAFTED project overview ● Europeana Generic Services project (Sep 2021 - Jul 2023) ● 14 partners: museums, aggregators, technical partners, EF ● Focus on ○ Fashion and textile ○ Traditional crafts and their re-appropriation by contemporary creators ○ Analogue media production
  120. 120. New content ● More than 15 CHIs contributing new high quality content to Europeana ● Images, videos, and 3D content ● More than 186,000 new records (some of which to be digitised) ● Enrich and upgrade existing records to open licenses
  121. 121. Enhance interest in European crafts and craft practices Raise awareness about the historic, cultural, and artistic value of crafts and inspire amateurs and professional creators to reuse crafts heritage in contemporary practices. ● Multiple exhibitions, galleries, and blog series on Europeana ● Behind-the-scenes videos with craftsmen and artists ● Edit-a-thons to enrich Wikipedia pages ● Crafts challenges on social media ● Online webinars for educators Read our editorials on the Making Culture page on Europeana
  122. 122. Human-in-the-loop methodology Combine the power of state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence tools with experts’ and crowd human intelligence for improving the automatic enrichment of CH metadata
  123. 123. Content analysis ● Image tagging/object detection ● Color extraction ● Speech to Text ● Optical Character Recognition
  124. 124. Semantic Analysis ➢ Thesaurus Annotators: Lemmatisation and smart string matching to link text to domain-specific vocabularies. ➢ Named Entity Recognition and Disambiguation: Identify persons, places, and organisations considering contextual information. ➢ SPARQL Annotators: RegEx to link with external knowledge bases such as WikiData and Geonames. ❖ Deal with different languages
  125. 125. Role of human contributions ● Feedback pointing to certain errors ● Fine-tune the AI algorithms so that they consider the characteristics of the specific domain ● Produce training data ● Feedback used to deduce “acceptable” automatic confidence levels
  126. 126. What do we gain? ● Scale up enrichment of CH-related metadata in a cost-effective way ● Improve the accuracy of existing AI tools by gaining useful in-domain data and insights ● Generalise and systematise experience gained from previous attempts into a reusable and comprehensive methodology ● Proposed approach and toolset can be uptaken by Europeana for more efficient metadata quality improvement at scale
  127. 127. Une collection spécifique A specific collection 72 500 biens culturels en ligne (principalement XVIIe -XXIe century) 72 500 furnitures online (mainly 17th -21th century) Used in the State’s buildings 26 000 sieges - chairs 20 000 mobiliers de bois - wood furnitures 14 000 luminaires et bronzes - light fixture 3 600 tapisseries - tapestries 3 200 carpets collection de dentelles, etc. - lace Réalisés pour beaucoup dans des manufactures ou entreprises françaises / Made for lots of them by French manufactures or worshops
  128. 128. Une institution spécifique A specific institution 14 ateliers créant et restaurant le mobilier (250 artisans pour une institution de 350 agents) 14 workshops creating and fixing / restoring the furniture (250 craftsmen) - 7 ateliers de création : manufactures de tapis de la Savonnerie (à Paris et Lodève), de tapisseries de Beauvais (à Paris et Beauvais), de tapisseries de haute lice des Gobelins, de dentelles du Puy et d’Alençon + atelier de teinture, atelier de recherche et de création (ARC) - 7 ateliers de restauration : lustrerie-bronzes, ébénisterie, menuiserie en sièges, restauration de tapisseries (Paris et Aubusson), de tapis, tapisserie d’ameublement, tapisserie décor. - 7 creation worshops for : carpets (Savonnerie), tapestries (Beauvais, Gobelins), lace (Alençon, Le Puy), dying, and Funiture (Atelier de recherche et de création said ARC) - 7 Restoration workshops for : metal, wood chairs, wood furniture, carpets, tapestries, sewing, chairs ornaments (Paris and Aubusson).
  129. 129. 14 ateliers - workshops
  130. 130. - Enrichir de données - augmenter l’informatisation ; - augmenter la couverture photo ; - documenter les biens et les savoir-faire ; - Promouvoir les savoir-faire traditionnels et contemporains - Préparation de contenus sur les métiers, outils, gestes - Prépararer et agréger au portail - Profiter d’Europeana pour permettre un accès multilingue et d’autres moyens de navigation The project - Enrich the datas - Promote traditional and contemporary crafts - Aggregate the datas with european partners - Allow multilingual discoveries
  131. 131. 1. Création d’une plateforme pour documenter et donner acces aux technniques et “secrets” de fabrication dans les ateliers Creation of a plateform to give an access to the techniques and secrets of the workshops (stories, recipes, etc.). 2. Rejoindre la communauté d’Europeana grâce au projet Crafted Make the collection accessible with the Europeana – Crafted programme Coming soon…
  132. 132. Merci de votre attention
  133. 133. Mobilier Nationale | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Gael Chenard, French Departmental archives Amandine Contet, French Archive
  134. 134. BREAK 15:35 - 15:50 Video: Mint & Sage
  135. 135. Mobilier Nationale | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Wrap up By Prasanna Oommen
  136. 136. Mobilier Nationale | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Graphic Design Jeroen Meijer, Atelier Kompas
  137. 137. COMMON DATA SPACE FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE RECOMMENDATIONS On a ‘Common Data Space for Cultural Heritage’
  138. 138. How do we align the Commission’s vision with the state of play in the Member States and the needs and expectations of the sector and citizens? What is the role of aggregators, and how can they be better supported to deliver change at scale? Surface and articulate some of key challenges and issues with regard to aggregation and data space How do we develop partnerships with other actors that strengthen the data space?
  141. 141. CONTENT OR METADATA? QUANTITY VS QUALITY ‘Tier 4 of today is the Tier 0 of tomorrow’ DATA CHECK OUT THE DATA DASHBOARD! CHECK OUT INDICES survey in May!
  143. 143. DATA
  145. 145. Mobilier Nationale | |Hélène Cavalié | France | CC BY-NC-ND Closing Harry Verwayen, General Director Europeana Foundation Marie-Veronique Leroi, Ministry of Culture and Communication France
  146. 146. THANK YOU!