DC-NET („Digital Cultural Heritage Network“)

DC-NET – Digital Cultural Heritage NETwork is an ERA-NET (European Research Area Network) project, financed by the European Commission under FP7’s Capacities Programme Research Infrastructures.

The main objective of the project is to develop and to strengthen the co-ordination among the European countries of public research programmes in the sector of the digital cultural heritage. The project will integrate the research capacities of the participant member states, will identify their communalities and will valorise existing programmes and projects in order to initiate the deployment of a wide and comprehensive European e-Infrastructure that will increase the research capacities of the digital cultural heritage community.

Date – 1st December 2009 – 31st March 2012.

Project website – www.dc-net.org/

May 3, 2011 – Lithuanian Art Museum signed DC-NET Cooperation Agreement.

On 23-24 June, 2011 the second international DC-NET project conference “Digitisation of Cultural Heritage and long term preservation – the role of e-Infrastructures” took place in Budapest, Hungary, at the National Széchényi Library.
The Lithuanian Art Museum was represented by the head of LIMIS and Information Technology Department at the Lithuanian Museums’ Centre for Information, Digitisation and LIMIS dr. Donatas Saulevičius.
More in Hungarian DC-NET Conference website >