The service AHICE was created to provide easier access to information about events in the domain of art history in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.
The institutions registered with the service, enter information into its framework about their own activity. It means that the news published on the AHICE homepage come directly from the sources.
AHICE helps to find the way to the information on exhibitions, conferences and publications from Central Europe.
is a quarterly journal published by Kolegium Europy Wschodniej im. Jana Nowaka-Jeziorańskiego based in Wrocław and the European Solidarity Centre based in Gdańsk. The journal focuses on Central/Eastern European affairs. The objective of New Eastern Europe is to enhance understanding, raise awareness and further dialogue surrounding issues facing the states that were once a part of the Soviet Union or under its influence.
Centrum Cyfrowe Projekt: Polska works towards social change and enhancing citizens’ participation through the use of digital technologies and open, cooperative models based on sharing knowledge and other resources. Advocating for more open approach towards cultural heritage resources, within Open Culture programme we work as consultants for GLAM institutions: working with media education, developing digital strategies, digitising heritage resources, creating audience engagement and analysing new models of institutional collaborations that keep the heritage resources circulating.
is a connecting space built between Italy and Eastern, Central Europe, the Balkans and the Post-Soviet space. The Portal aims to provide both expert and generic users with scientific contents such as Politics, Economics, Society, Culture, History, and the Media coming from or focusing on the involved countries.
The project of the Portal is implemented with the collaboration of the Italian Association of Slavists (AIS) and the "Europe and the Balkans" International Network. It permits to collect up-to-date information, to produce new scientific contents, and to strengthen international collaboration among research groups, scholars, PhD and Master's students on specific issues.
The Portal offers a database of relevant sources, an advanced search opportunity, a community, and education courses through an e-learning platform.
The PECOB Editorial Staff selects and brings together the thinking of distinguished scholars, experts, researchers and generic users . The Editorial Staff is assisted by the Scientific Committee and by several translators. Ms. Luciana Moretti, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
is a national institution devoted to gathering and dissemination of knowledge about museums, museum pieces, public collections and historical buildings and defining and promotion of standards in the field of museology and protection of collections.
The mission of NIMOZ is to create development and innovation in the area of management of museums and public collections in Poland. The website www.nimoz.pl presents the projects carried out by the Institute and the current legal environment of museology and protection of collections, publications or museum events.
PANORAMA KULTUR – EUROPA MNIEJ ZNANA (PANORAMA OF CULTURES – THE EUROPE LESS KNOWN)
is a magazine that deals with the cultural and intellectual life and traditions of our part of Europe, which is known as the Central Eastern Europe. In a wide sense of this term. Panorama Kultur is active in the branch of promotion and popularization of culture of the countries of Central Eastern Europe – in this, what is common for all of us and in this, what we are different in. We are aiming to show the close elements between the nations and communities and also the diversity of cultures and traditions appearing in this very unique region, which is our part of Europe.
“The Universal Weekly” - the Catholic Weekly Journal on Society and Culture – is published in Poland every Wednesday countrywide and runs in 40 000 copies. The title stands for a prestigious opinion weekly and furthermore, due to recent engagement in other activities, also for the cultural institution. The editorial office of Tygodnik Powszechny is in Krakow, 12th Wislna St. The Editor-in-Chief is Piotr Mucharski
Culture Management Programme provides an opportunity for managers to develop competences and offers to prepare specialists under the supervision and guidance of Polish and foreign experts so that modernly managed institutions become the centres of local artistic activity, open to the needs of increasingly demanding audiences. The trainings preparing culture sector staff to effectively manage cultural institutions and projects are the key element of the programme “Culture Management”. The programme comprises such topics as law, finances, developing competences, project management, EU funds, communication and promotion.
Philobiblon is a journal edited by the Research Department of the Lucian Blaga Central University Library, Cluj-Napoca, Romania which focuses on multidisciplinary relations in the Humanities.
Philobiblon is interested in multidisciplinary researches of history, philosophy, anthropology, ethics, human communication, linguistics, literary theory and criticism, art theory and criticism, as well as investigations of various aspects of sciences which imply perspectives equally philosophical, historical, anthropological, and cultural.
The Best in Heritage taking place in Dubrovnik is an international, annual survey of award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects, organised in partnership with Europa Nostra and under special patronage of International Council of Museums. Presenters of the awarded projects from all over the world present their success stories, interact with the audience and take part in moderated discussions. Participants have the opportunity to meet and get inspired by many acclaimed experts and acquire insight into best practices.