The second general assembly of PAGODE project is set on 22 June 2021 in an online meeting, to review the progress of the project and to plan the project’s activities in the final period: PAGODE is in facts going to end on 30 September 2021.
The uncertainities of the covid -19 evolution forced the project team to review the tasks originally foreseen for the project’s conclusion. Due to safety reasons, physical meetings are in facts not advisable and this caused the need to consider alternative ways of engaging audiences and of transferring knowledge to colleagues and pros.
PAGODE’s end will therefore be celebrated with
- PAGODE Digital Festival, a series of short online seminars to discover beautiful collections of Chinese heritage, in the period May – September (go to programme)
- Final Conference, an online event on 23-24 September 2021 (programme coming soon)
- PAGODE book, an exclusive and high-profile publication, to tell the stories of the project and to share beautiful images of cultural heritage content
During the General Assembly, more details will be unveiled about these initiatives. Additionally the status of all the project’s activities will be reviewed, with a particular attention to the development of the upcoming Europeana China virtual exhibition. The meeting is open to partners and associate partners, with a special invitation also forwarded to the HaDEA agency of European Commission, for the possible participation of the PAGODE ‘s Project Officer..
General Assembly, tentative agenda
9,00 – 9,30 Online check-in
9,30 – 10,00 Reserved session: only for the beneficiaries
Activity 1 Project Management and finances (MISE & Promoter)
Morning session: 10,00 am – 12,00 pm CET
10,00 – 10,15 Welcome by the Coordinator and by the Project Officer
10,15 – 10,20 Approval of the agenda and introduction by the Technical Coordinator
10,20 – 11,00 The thematic space of Europeana China Feature Page (Photoconsortium and Europeana Foundation)
11,00 – 11,40 Activity 2 Annotation and ingestion to Europeana (Photoconsortium, Europeana Foundation, NTUA) with participation of all PAGODE content providers
The annotation pilot
Ingestion to Europeana
11,40 – 12,00 Q&A and wrap-up of the morning session
Afternoon session: 2,00 pm – 4,00 pm CET
14,00 – 14,15 Activity 3 Digitisation (KIK-IRPA & United Archives)
14,15 – 14,30 Activity 4 Enrichment (PostScriptum)
14,30 – 15,30 Activity 5 Communication, dissemination, user engagement and sustainability
Website, blog, Europeana China space on WITH (Promoter)
Liaison with China (PostScriptum)
PAGODE Digital Festival (Photoconsortium)
PAGODE Final Conference (KIK-IRPA & University of Ljubljana)
15,30 – 16,00 Discussion 16,00 Conclusions of the meeting
img. Promoter Digital Gallery CC-BY-SA. Part of the house of a wealthy family, signed by A. Bertrand. Engraving from the book “Viaggio in Cina” by J. Thompson and T. Choutzé, illustrated with 167 engravings. In the book the name is mispelled as Thompson, but the author is the Scottish photographer and traveller John Thomson (1837-1921), while T. Choutzé (朱茨) is the pseudonym of Gabriel Devéria (1844-1899), a French diplomat and interpreter who worked and travelled in China.
PAGODE – Europeana China is co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility Programme of the European Union, under GA n. INEA/CEF/ICT/A2019/1931839