Join in with CrowdHeritage campaigns and contribute to culture

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You’re curious and want to discover European Cultural Heritage?
You’re a Fashion, Culture, Art, Heritage, Sport, Music, landscape lover?
You’re a student, a professional from educational or cultural communities?

Join in with CrowdHeritage campaigns!

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CrowdHeritage website screenshot, CrowdHeritage, 2019, CC BY-SA

Have you ever seen a record on Europeana and thought you can provide some information about that object?

CrowdHeritage is an open platform available in three languages (English, French, Italian), where everybody – including you – can contribute to improve the information about cultural heritage institutions’ collections.

In addition to discovering new cultural heritage, you’ll be helping others to find and search for culture by making it more likely to appear in their search results.

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Music Library “Lilian Voudouri”, CC-BY-NC-ND

Campaigns usually stay open for two months. You can contribute now on a campaign to improve information about the fantastic collection of photos from the personal archive of the internationally known Greek opera bass singer Nicola Zaccaria, provided by the Athens Music Library.

To mark the launch of the platform, an event will be held tomorrow Tuesday 11 February at the Music Library “Lilian Voudouri” at the Athens Music Hall.

Previous campaigns have featured choosing the colours of catwalk fashion, identifying famous composers or identifying sports and European cities in artworks and artefacts.

Get involved

To take part in a crowdsourcing campaign, visit

To get involved in CrowdHeritage, simply make an account and contribute to the campaigns! All you need to register is an email or a Google or Facebook account.

You can also follow CrowdHeritage on Twitter and like, retweet and share the project using the hashtag #CrowdHeritageEU.

By CrowdHeritage

CrowdHeritage is a project co-funded by the European Commission under the CEF programme for 2014-2020

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