The Cultural Content Forum holds meetings around the world,
in order to progress issues of shared interest to participants.
Attendance at these meetings is by invitation only, although
expressions of interest are often invited by means of targeted calls.
Banff, Alberta, Canada. February 2004
Our fourth meeting was held at the Banff Centre, in Banff, Alberta, Canada, over the weekend of 28-29 February 2004. The meeting was organised in association with the Canadian Culture Online Program (CCOP), eCulture and the Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN), on behalf of the Department of Canadian Heritage, with support from the UK’s Resource and the US Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). It was preceded by a one day workshop, “Beyond Productivity: Culture & Heritage Resources in the Digital Age”, in Calgary, Alberta on Friday 27 February. The meeting is described in D-Lib Magazine.
Pistoia, Italy. March
Our third meeting was held at the Villa Celle, outside the Italian town of Pistoia, and followed the EVA Florence conference. The meeting was organised in conjunction with EVA Florence, and received generous financial support from the Bank of Pistoia Foundation. It is described in D-Lib Magazine.
Washington DC, United
States of America. March 2002
Our second meeting was held at the Brookings Institution in
Washington, DC. The meeting was organised in conjunction with the Federal
Institute of Museum & Library Services (IMLS),
and is described in Cultivate
London, United Kingdom.
Our first meeting was held at Tate Modern in London, and is