We are very proud to announce that the ARCHES project now also forms part of the European Commission Political Priorities’ video collection. You can either find it on the page where all the videos are published: https://www.research-innovation-exhibition.eu/en/gallery …or directly here: A big thank you to
The Best in Heritage is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation based in Zagreb dedicated to promoting every aspect of professional excellence in heritage occupations and doing it “by the power of example” through an annual, global conference. ARCHES is featured as an exemplary project for Heritage,
ARCHES is nominated as best national digital solution for the World Summit Awards 2020 (@WSAoffice) in the category Inclusion. We are now competing with nominations from almost 80 countries – what an exciting recognition especially in these challenging times!
The winner in the Heritage in Motion Category Apps and Interactivity is “Please Touch! An inclusive art experience powered by ARCHES.” Jury Statement: It is vital that our cultural heritage is accessible to everyone. This EU-funded project is a cooperation between museums, universities and tech
The latest book from Simon Hayhoe is out! One of many publications that include the ARCHES methodology and field research, this time in the form of an “Introduction to Grounded Methodology for Emerging Educational Researchers”. Congrats to Simon and his co-authors!
ARCHES joins the event as an exhibitor. NOTE: All talks of the conference are translated into sign languages! From 27-30 October 2020, ARCHES will be part of the Open Knowledge Week “Cultural Heritage Leading Urban Futures”, a virtual conference for city officers, policy-makers, urban researchers, cultural
The European Commission has announced the 10 projects to reach the final stage of the second edition of Horizon Impact Award – a prize dedicated to EU-funded projects whose results have created societal impact across Europe and beyond. The prize acknowledges and rewards the most
ARCHES was awarded bronze at the IIID Awards 2020 in the category “Social Affairs”. It was also voted “Darling Project” by jury member Kyoko Kaneda. For more than three decades, the International Institute for Information Design (IIID) has presented the IIID Awards to the world’s
The article “Mit ARCHES das Kunsthistorische Museum Wien entdecken” by Rotraut Krall was published on the Magazine neues museum, No. 20-3, June 2020
ARCHES will be at the #ZeroCon20 and is among the nominees. The three day programme will start Wednesday, February 19, in the morning, and will end on Friday, February 21, in the afternoon. It will consist of a variety of formats, that includes plenary and