exhibitions

Your Winner: WLM Art Nouveau Category

We are pleased to announce the winner of the Art Nouveau category in the Wiki Loves Monuments photography competition! This picture of the interior of the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest by Csaba Attila Kontar is the winning photo, receiving the most votes on Flickr. The photo beat off competition from 343 finalists, all entries were impressive examples […]

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Weddings in Eastern Europe

In traditional cultures, the wedding was one of the most important and complex of all social ceremonies, with its own music repertoire. Cultural treasures preserved in the sound archives of Hungary, Lithuania, Poland and Slovenia provide a fascinating look view at vanishing wedding traditions and rituals in Eastern Europe from around 1910 to 1970.   Poland […]

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MIMO Virtual Exhibition Live

The exhibition Explore the World of Musical Instruments launched in partnership with the Musical Instruments Museums Online (MIMO)project is now live!  Discover instruments owned by famous celebrities and monarchs,  instruments made by world renowned instrument makers, instruments with peculiar designs and features and more… “The museums involved in this project are all contributors to MIMO and […]

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From Dada to Surrealism Exhibition Live

The exhibition From Dada to Surrealism from the Jewish Historical Museum is now live on Europeana! The virtual exhibition is available in Dutch and English, and will soon be available in French and German also.  The virtual exhibition is a selection of items from the exhibition that opens tomorrow at the JHM in Amsterdam.  For […]

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Virtual Exhibition Launches Next Week

Next week will see the launch of a new virtual exhibition on Europeana. We are pleased to make available an exhibition provided by the Jewish Historical Museum (JHM). What makes this virtual exhibition so exciting is that it unveils some of the works in the unique exhibition From Dada to Surrealism: Jewish Avant-Garde Artists from […]

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Jewish Museum London Visit

In the coming months, Europeana will launch a few new virtual exhibitions. Among the first to be released are the exhibitions produced in partnership with Judaica Europeana,  a project that highlights content documenting the Jewish presence and heritage in the cities of Europe. Already there are over 6,000 texts and audio files on Europeana coming […]

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