The Cultural Heritage Sector is a key enabler of the advancement of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) in Europe. Not only does it provide access to vast amounts of reusable cultural content, it can be seen as a R&D lab of the cultural and creative ecosystem through which it contributes both to the economic advancement and to society at large. However, researchers and policy-makers are struggling to fully understand the crucial role that the Cultural Heritage Sector can play in the digitisation process of the cultural and creative ecosystem in Europe.
By tracking policies in an open observatory and establishing policy priorities for successful digital transformation and future governance of cultural and creative content ecosystems, inDICEs provides tools to measure and advance the impact of cultural heritage in Europe.
By the end of the project, policy-makers will have a solid framework to assess the impact of cultural heritage and an open observatory to keep track of the advancement of its impact. For their own part, Cultural Heritage Institutions will be able to make strategic decisions that will allow them to increase their positive contributions to the CCI and society.
This project is funded by the European Commission via the Horizon 2020 programme.
ICCU (IT), KU Leuven (BE), Sound & Vision, Centrum Cyfrowe (PL), Fondazione Bruno Kessler (IT), Platoniq (ES), Europeana Foundation, European Fashion Heritage Association (IT), MICHAEL Culture (BE), Deutscher Museumsbund (DE), webLyzard technology gmbh (AT), Capital High Tech SARL (FR), PIN SOC.CONS. A R.L. (IT), Centrul Cultural Clujean (RO)