The GLAMers

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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

Web2Learn

The 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/

 
News about the project
Europeana 2021

The GLAMers presented at Europeana 2021 - Wednesday 10 November 2021- 15:00-15:45 CET

Corinne Szteinsznaider, Maria Teresa Natale and Pier Giacomo Sola from Michael Culture Association will animate a workshop on "Culture Heritage supporting Creative and Critical Thinking in Education" on Wednesday 10 November 2021- 15:00-15:45 CET. The workshop will include a presentation of 3 Erasmus+ projects MCA is involved in: Creative School, CrowdSchool and The GLAMers as well as a practical session.Learn more and register here  

Learn more and register here

 

Save the date: The GLAMer's second workshop - November 11,2021, 14h-15h30

At the crossroads of 3 main concepts, Youth, the pandemic and GLAMs, The GLAMers study aims to support the dialogue of Cultural Heritage institutions in their attempt to face COVID-19 related challenges by better engaging  youth in their outreach activities. The GLAMers first output, "Practices of digitally mediated youth engagement in GLAMs during the pandemic", is now available as open access publication.


On October 13th, the first  workshop on  "Youth audience engagement during COVID: digital ideas and methods  from The GLAMers" focused on the implementation of digital 
audience-engagement techniques toward youth audiences. You can watch the workshop here.

The GLAMers' next workshop on  "Youth audience engagement during  COVID: digital ideas and methods from The GLAMers" will take place on November 11 from 14h-15h30 CET. The GLAMers  partners will share their knowledge and insights through  case studies and hands-on exercices during this lively interactive workshop.

Register here

 

Publication “Practices of digitally mediated youth engagement in GLAMs during the pandemic”

At the crossroads of 3 main concepts, Youth, the pandemic and GLAMs, The GLAMers study aims to support the dialogue of Cultural Heritage institutions in their attempt to face COVID-19 related challenges by better engaging youth in their outreach activities. From September to December 2021, Web2Learn deploy 2 interactive sessions as an opportunity to support and advise European GLAMs in building better connections with audience, especially youth audience, during the pandemic. More info below

Full publication is available on The GLAMers website.

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