CreativeCH: Open Access, IPR and management of rights in the digital Cultural Heritage realm

An overview of the CreativeCH's Workshop on IPR and management of rights, which took place last february in Florence (IT), within the framework of the Museums and the Web Florence 2014


11 December 2013

Google Open Gallery allows museums and individuals to create their own online showcases

The new Google Open Gallery tool was launched yesterday, as part of the broader company's Cultural Institute programme.

06 December 2013

IPR in Digital Culture, a perspective from University of Coimbra

The workshop focused on the legal issues involving the use and reuse of cultural and intellectual contents produced by Memory and Academic Institutions, within the reality of today’s participatory and remix culture, and the search for a better balance between public interest and right holders entitlement to recognition and economic reward.

15 November 2013

Smithsonian's 3D scanned models are now available to the public

Vairochana, the Cosmic Buddha. Source:
The Smithsonian Institution released the first pack of digitsed heritage 3D model that can be freely accessed and even 3D printed

14 November 2013

Next CreativeCH's Workshop announced. New skills and professionalization for the Digital Arena

This 7th CreativeCH's workshop will be hosted next 2nd December in Rotterdam by DISH - Digital Strategies in Heritage

12 November 2013

How Google Glass could allow museums to become fully accessible to deaf people

GoogleGlass4LIS is an App developed for Google Glass which aims to make museums and exhibitions fully accessible to deaf persons.

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CreativeCH is a European project that stimulates the European Cultural Heritage promotion through innovative creative and technological solutions. 



  • PIN - Università di Firenze
  • Salzburg Research
  • Universidade de Coimbra
  • Generalitat de Catalunya
  • Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara
  • MFG Baden-Württemberg


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CreativeCH is a FP7 project funded by the European Commission. The views and opinions expressed in this publication are the sole responsibility of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.