The GLAMers

TheGLAMers

Title: The GLAMers

DURATION: 2021–2023

PROGRAMME: Erasmus +

The GLAMers project is about youth engagement in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums during the COVID-19 crisis.

The cultural and creative sector was severely hit in Europe by the COVID-19 crisis. Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAMs) are now facing the disruption of their relationship with their audiences. Yet, many young people followed remote digital activities organised by GLAMs to support them, demonstrating that they are ready to take an active role in the support of cultural and creative sector.

The GLAMers project aims to enhance GLAMs through youth involvement by providing uses cases emphasizing youth engagement as a means of GLAM recovery, create an open access collection of digital resources, map social change and disseminate the actions by events involving youth audiences.

PARTNERS:

Cyprus University of Technology (Coordinator)

Citizens in Power

Web2LearnThe Museum of Arts and Crafts of Zagreb

Michael Culture

The GLAMers project is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.

Read more here: https://glamers.eu/

 
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In the framework of the first Output of the project, about a collection of practices of digitally mediated youth engagement by GLAMs during the pandemic, the project launched a short survey to understand and share knowledge of concrete and remarkable examples of youth engagement as a means to support the cultural sector in Europe during the pandemic. The aim is to gather practices that emphasize social connections between citizens and cultural institutions during the current situation and to examine the role of technology as a tool for mediating these practices.




The survey will remain open until May 10, 2021 and will take 05 minutes.
The results of the research will be published on the project website by August 2021.

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