Part of Europeana's Collections Engagement team, Adrian works to engage audiences across Europe with the digitised cultural heritage collections found on the Europeana website. He works on editorial strategy, digital storytelling, participatory campaigns and developing audience communities, as well as curating and writing editorial features such as blogs, galleries and exhibitions.
Often working in partnership with cultural heritage institutions and consortia across Europe, he has worked on a wide range of Europeana campaigns and projects: Europeana Migration, Women's History Season, Europe at Work, Discovering Europe and Europeana Sport.
Prior to Europeana, he was the Digital Manager at south London's Horniman Museum and Gardens where he led on digital strategy, website and social media activities.
Europeana and EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum are inviting communities in Dublin and beyond to this event to share their personal migration stories - and objects such as pictures, diaries, videos and letters - to our migration collection.
This event in Utrecht will be held in partnership with Instituto Cervantes and CRE Paises Bajos, inviting the Spanish-speaking community living in the Netherlands to come and share their migration stories with us.
This event in Dublin will be held in partnership with EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, inviting all Irish people who have lived abroad and returned home, or those who have family members or ancestors who have emigrated, to come and share their stories with us.
In 2021, we celebrate the welcome return of sport to our summers, with the Olympic Games, the European Football Championships and many more sporting events. Explore how our Sports season will share the story of Europe through our sporting heritage in the past and the present.
2020 was supposed to bring a summer of sport - the Tokyo Olympics, European football championships in cities across Europe, Wimbledon - but all of that is now on hold. But people’s passion for sport remains. And that’s why we bring you Europeana Sport - sharing the story of Europe through our sporting heritage in the past and the present.
From September to December 2019, Europeana’s ‘Europe at Work’ season encouraged the public to share their work-related stories, and demonstrated that the working world we inhabit today is rich and varied and is the result of a series of technological and societal changes over time.
We’re now halfway through our Europe at Work season, which, in partnership with museums, galleries, libraries and archives across Europe, aims to show that the working world we inhabit today is rich and varied and is the result of a series of technological and societal changes over time. Here’s a round up of what we've been doing so far...
Building on the success of participatory campaigns Europeana 1914-1918 and Europeana Migration and on the editorial approach of Europeana’s Women’s Season, our season for autumn 2019 will be Europe at Work, sharing the story of Europe through our working lives in the past and present.
With the new Europeana Newspapers thematic collection, Europeana Collections gives access to hundreds of newspaper titles and millions of newspaper pages, spanning four centuries and 20 countries from across Europe.
As part of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, Europeana in partnership with museums, galleries, libraries and archives across Europe, held 18 collection days in 12 countries on the theme of migration.
Europeana empowers the cultural heritage sector in its digital transformation. We develop expertise, tools and policies to embrace digital change and encourage partnerships that foster innovation.
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