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Arctur contributes to innovation in cultural heritage in the WEAVE project

12. 5. 2021 / Heritage The WEAVE (Widen European Access to cultural communities Via Europeana) project started in mid-April with the aim to develop a framework to link the tangible and intangible heritage of cultural communities safeguarding the rich and invaluable cultural heritage which they represent.

It will contribute to preserving for future generations the richness of the European identity and its cultural plurality. In particular, the project will aggregate over 5,200 new high-quality records to Europeana.

The project will bring together cultural heritage institutions (CHIs), minority cultural communities and Europeana. Within the project, a set of open and reusable tools which will employ a mix of AI, machine learning, natural language processing, big data analysis and innovative interface engineering will be developed.  

Arctur collaborates in the WEAVE project as a partner with rich experiences in cultural heritage digitisation. Arctur team will develop a unique 3D Weave Asset Manager tool and will also supply 50 3D heritage content. 


This project is a Europeana Generic Services project, and it is co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union.


Project partners

IN2 Digital Innovations GmbH - Germany (coordinator)

European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture e.V. - Germany

PHOTOCONSORTIUM - International Consortium for Photographic Heritage - Italy

Coventry University - United Kingdom

CRDI - Ajuntament De Girona - Centre De Recerca I Difusió De La Imatge - Spain

PédeXumbo - Associaçãon para a Promoção da Musica e da Dança - Portugal

TOPFOTO - Topham Partners LLP - United Kingdom

ARCTUR d.o.o. - Slovenia

Universidade NOVA de Lisboa - Portugal

Think Code Ltd. - Cyprus

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven- Belgium

Stichting Europeana - The Netherlands



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