Meetings of the digital Cultural Content Forum:
The Digital Cultural Content Forum holds meetings around the world, in order to progress issues of shared interest to participants.
The Forum meets in general once per year. Attendance at these meetings is by invitation only, although expressions of interest are welcome.
Dresden, Germany, September 2014
The tenth meeting will be held at Saxon State and University Library (SLUB) in Dresden, Germany. The meeting will be organised by the Institute for Museum Research, State Museums of Berlin, Foundation Prussian Heritage. It will be supported by the Bundesbeauftragte für Kultur und Medien (BKM).
Berlin, Germany, May 2011
The ninth meeting was held at Bodemuseum, Berlin. The meeting was organised by the Institute for Museum Research, State Museums of Berlin, Foundation Prussian Heritage. It was supported by the Bundesbeauftragter für Kultur und Medien (BKM).
Vancouver, Canada, February 2010
Convergence and networks of memory institutions were explored on the occasion of the eighth meeting, hosted by the Canadian Heritage Information Network and held at the University of British Columbia on February 2-3, 2010.
Montreal, Canada, April/May 2007
The seventh meeting was organised by CHIN and held in Montreal, from April 28 to May 1, 2007. The main topic was How to Engage Audiences Through Innovative Technologies
Los Angeles, USA, February 2006
Our sixth meeting was held at the J. Paul Getty Center, Los Angeles, on February 17-19, 2006. The main topic was Social Impacts of Networked Knowledge - the Role of Cultural heritage and Learning Organizations in the Networked World
Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire, UK. February 2005
Our fifth meeting was held at The Mill and Old Swan Conference Centre, Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire, UK, over the weekend of 11-13 February 2005
Banff, Alberta, Canada, February 2004
Our fourth meeting was held at the Banff Centre, in Banff, Alberta, Canada, over the weekend of 28-29 February 2004. It was preceded by a one day workshop, "Beyond Productivity: Culture & Heritage Resources in the Digital Age", in Calgary, Alberta on Friday 27 February. The meeting is described in D-Lib Magazine
Pistoia, Italy, March 2003
Our third meeting was held at the Villa Celle, outside the Italian town of Pistoia, and followed the EVA Florence conference. The meeting was organised in conjunction with EVA Florence. It is described in D-Lib Magazine.
Washington DC, United States of America, March 2002
Our second meeting was held at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. The meeting was organised in conjunction with the Federal Institute of Museum & Library Services (IMLS), and is described in Cultivate Interactive
London, UK, July 2001
Our first meeting was held at Tate Modern in London, and is described in Cultivate Interactive.