Meet the European Heritage Hub and engage on social media
We are pleased to introduce you to the European Heritage Hub. The Hub is a two-year pilot project bringing together heritage stakeholders and movements across Europe to support the transition towards a more sustainable, innovative and inclusive society. The project, funded by the European Union, is formed by a consortium of 20 partners led by Europa Nostra.
The dedicated social media channels for the European Heritage Hub are also now up and running, where we will share regular updates and news from the Hub and the broader heritage world:
The visual identity of the Hub truly reflects the connected and collaborative spirit of the project. The vertical and horizontal ‘H’ come together like two pieces of a puzzle to form the logo. Inspired by a mosaic, cultural heritage is at the heart of this design. The intertwined shape was also inspired by natural elements, a reflection of the green focus of the Hub.
The official inauguration of the European Heritage Hub took place on 10-11 May 2023 in Brussels for an initial kick-off meeting and a reception with around 100 attendees.
The first steering committee meeting will be held on 5 June 2023. The next series of public activities of the European Heritage Hub will take place in Venice on 27-30 September, as part of European Cultural Heritage Summit 2023, which will mark Europa Nostra’s 60th Anniversary.
Keep an eye out on social media for new announcements soon and get involved!
The European Heritage Hub Team
From museums, cities and civil society organisations active in the field of cultural heritage to sustainability, digitalisation or music, the 20 partners of the newly launched European Heritage Hub gather a wide array of expertise and experience, covering all aspects of heritage in the whole of Europe.
Europa Nostra will take the role of the project leader, working closely with the European partners (co-beneficiaries) of the project, Europeana Foundation, Eurocities, KU Leuven (via HERKUL) and ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability; as well as the affiliated partners of the project, the Society of Friends of Kraków History and Heritage, ELLINIKI ETAIRIA – Society for the Environment and Cultural Heritage, Cinquantenaire 2030, Centro Nacional de Cultura, Hispania Nostra and the European Music Centre.
Several associated partners will support the European Heritage Hub pilot-project, including the Organisation of World Heritage Cities, the City of Kraków, the City of Athens, the Municipality of Lisbon, the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and SUMUS. Other partners supporting the project are the European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH) and the European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO).
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