Learning from history to co-create our future

Let's build apps and 3d prototypes, reusing Public domain arts and history collections! Platoniq, a Europeana Labs associate, developed a Co-creation methodology in collaboration with the Europeana Foundation to promote the reuse of European cultural heritage resources by makers communities. Our practical sessions have been adapted using various techniques and principles from creative thinking, rapid prototyping and agile development.

Co-creation made Agile Workshop at THE ARTS+ Lab. Frankfurt Book Fair

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Contributors: Platoniq

Come to THE ARTS+ Fair at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the most prestigious in Europe which, between 19 and 23 October, will gather 270,000 professionals and 7,500 exhibitors from all over the world. Platoniq will be conducting a workshop to explore Co-creation Made #Agile methodology for co-designing and incubating designs of viable apps reusing Europe’s cultural heritage and business models for #culturalheritage. We will also be showing some of our new tools! THE ARTS+ (an area especially designed and commissioned to explore markets for digital creative products) includes three different... Read more
Co-museums, Co-design, Archiving and Participation

Workshop “Co-museums, Co-design, Archiving and Participation”

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Contributors: Platoniq

Platoniq and the Europeana Foundation, with support from ICUB (Barcelona City Council), have prepared a workshop for the co-creation of new cultural prototypes at the Design Museum of Barcelona, to be held on 30 June and 1 July. And we’ll be working with well-known pieces from the Museum of Design, including Rafael Marquina’s Setrilleres (cruet or condiment vessels), silicone steam roasters (bowls or vessels) by Compeixalaigua Designstudio and the legendary BKF chair by Grupo Austral We will apply Platoniq’s methodologies, with different principles, methods and... Read more
Sketch of a dress. Zora Živadinovic Davidovic

Europeana Fashion Co-creation workshop at Rijksmuseum

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Contributors: Platoniq

On April 20th, in the fantastic venue of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Europeana Fashion is organising a co-creation workshop in collaboration with the Europeana Foundation, Platoniq and Rijksmuseum. This will take place right before the two-day international fashion conference "Fashion in museums: past, present & future”, that will also take place in Amsterdam. We’re looking for innovative and adventurous designers, coders, cultural managers, artists, creatives, IT and marketing experts to take up the challenge of engaging with fashion institutions both GLAMs -... Read more
"This is like Shazam but for images"

Europeana #CultJam15 Barcelona: prototipado de apps y 3D de patrimonio digital

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Contributors: Platoniq

¿Cómo podemos acercar el mundo de la fabricación digital, las apps, el diseño artesano, la filosofía "maker" o "hazlo tú mismo" y los contenidos digitalizados en Internet de museos, exposiciones y archivos? En el marco del proyecto Europeana Creative, que busca la reutilización creativa del patrimonio digital abierto para dar forma a nuevas aplicaciones, plataformas y servicios online, Platoniq y Maker Convent organizamos un encuentro práctico de co-creación, para explorar y... Read more
eCreative 2015

Súmate al desafío de diseño abierto en torno a contenidos de Europeana

Communities / NetworksGamesP2PTecnology reappropiationEuropeana

Contributors: Platoniq

En el proyecto Europeana Creative en que colaboramos desde Platoniq, donde nos encargamos de diseñar y aplicar metodologías de co-creación y de evaluación de resultados, para la generación de nuevas aplicaciones basadas en el contenido cultural digitalizado de cientos de instituciones europeas, hemos lanzado un tercer challenge participativo. Una vez más estamos buscando diseñadores, artistas, desarrolladores, start-ups y emprendedores con ganas de reutilizar los contenidos... Read more
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eCreative 2015

The aim of the Europeana Creative Design Challenge is to engage designers, artists, developers and entrepreneurs to explore and experiment with with cultural heritage content available in Europeana. We challenge ingenious minds and makers to rethink and redesign our common culture, and produce innovative and novel interpretations that make use of digital cultural content and data sourced from Europeana.

The challenge opened on the 30th October 2014 and online submissions are welcome until 15th January, 2015