Our grants. Applications for Step Beyond currently closed In 2016, the last date to submit your application for Step Beyond travel grants was 30 November.
In early 2017, the application form will be re-opened with NEW GUIDELINES. Please subscribe to our eZine or social media channels (Facebook, Twitter) to stay updated. Every year, we issue an open call to cultural organisations and individual change-makers to submit innovative ideas to address Europe-wide issues. A selection of 50 applicants from a variety of sectors and countries are then invited to attend an Idea Camp - a meeting and working place with opportunities to network, find new partners for collaborative projects, develop ideas and take part in training.
Following the Idea Camp, the 50 Idea Makers are invited to submit a proposal for up to 10,000 Euros for an R&D project. The British Society for the History of Science (BSHS) - Ayrton Prize 2015. Ayrton Prize 2015bshs-admin2015-10-27T20:03:07+00:00 Ayrton Prize The Ayrton Prize recognises outstanding web projects and digital engagement in the history of science, technology and medicine.
The prize name was chosen by members of the BSHS from a shortlist to recognize the major contributions of Hertha Ayrton (1854-1923) to numerous scientific fields, especially electrical engineering and mathematics, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The shortlist was compiled by members of the BSHS’s Outreach and Education Committee and reflect the broad range of entries. LoCloud. LoCloud is launching an international competition focussing on local heritage and culture.
The competition has two strands: My Local Heritage - invites people to explore a favourite place or part of their local history through Europeana and to present their experience online in webpages, a blog or video. My LoCloud Services - invites developers, aggregators and individual cultural institutions to showcase their use of LoCloud services. The finalists will be invited to present their entries at the LoCloud final event, which will be held in Amersfoort, Netherlands on 5th February 2016. Competition winners will receive a prize of a tablet computer or smart watch and their winning entries will be publicised by LoCloud and Europeana.
How to finance your interactive documentary. Part 1. They are looking for innovative projects in any form, including technologies used or business model in development, which still seeks financing: projects with a substantial audiovisual component for more than one screen other than television (web, mobile, tablet, etc.) as well as multiplatform, transmedia and linear projects designed for web, e.g. webseries, are welcomed.
The current edition provides very specific and diversified categories: “Cinema & Transmedia,” in partnership with Cannes Film Market (the selected projects will be pitched both in Cannes in May and Paris in June 11th & 12th), “Interactive Documentary”, “Webseries & webfiction”, “Youth & Education”, “Interactive Animation”, “Video game”, “Crossmedia TV show” and “Others” for all out-of-the- box projects received every year. But Cross Video Days is more than a financing market; there are also conferences, round tables, pitches and a hackaton. Have a look at all the videos recorded from the last edition. Alternative finance in arts and culture. Documentary Project Chronicles South Williamsburg's Latino Community - Williamsburg.
UnionDocs SOUTH WILLIAMSBURG — An expansive history of the neighborhood's Latino community is about to come to life.
Williamsburg-based nonprofit film company UnionDocs has successfully raised more than $30,000 via its Kickstarter campaign this week to restore a decades-old documentary, "Los Sures," that chronicled the lives of the area's Latino community, as well as to release hundreds of new mini documentaries and create an interactive history project. The project kicked off approximately five years ago after UnionDocs got a copy of the 1984 documentary that took an in-depth look at the Williamsburg Latino community — called Los Sures — which was once one of the poorest neighborhoods in New York.
The new project and interactive is called "Living Los Sures. " The 1984 film highlights an important alternative narrative in the history of the neighborhood, said Christopher Allen, founder and executive artistic director of UnionDocs. "Los Sures is a really kind of important meeting ground. " Digital Nomad Documentary — One Way Ticket.
MAKERS. The History Project. Ready or not better get it while its hot. PORDATA - Museus, jardins zoológicos, botânicos e aquários: número e visitantes - Portugal. LA GRANDE GUERRE EN DESSINS. Untold Stories of the First World War. Photos, letters and other memorabilia.
The Great War by Joe Sacco. Olivier Kugler in Burkina Faso – in pictures. Turn autoplay off Edition: <span><a href=" Sign in Beta About us Today's paper Subscribe Custom Search.
Sustainable Herbs Project Aims to Support Quality Botanicals, Ethical Sourcing. A new project focused on supporting the reliability of herbal ingredients could help empower industry to become a leader in sustainable and ethical sourcing of botanicals.
The Sustainable Herbs Project, recently announced by the American Botanical Council, will involve the production of an interactive documentary following medicinal plants through the supply chain. Using stories, videos and facts, the project will encourage greater support for developing sustainable supply chains, provide resources for smaller botanical companies to do so, and launch a more educated consumer movement to back high-quality botanicals with ethical sourcing.
Ann Armbrecht, Ph.D., and Terrence Yolk, producers of the award-winning documentary “Numen: the Nature of Plants," will gather stories from people involved in each sector of the botanical industry to document how sustainable and transparent supply chains are created, as well as the impact the supply chains have on biodiversity conservation.