Promotion and elevation of the European Cultural Centre of Delphi activities

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Promotion and elevation of the European Cultural Centre of Delphi activities

PostScriptum and the European Cultural Centre of Delphi have completed the Project "Promotion and elevation of the European Cultural Centre of Delphi activities through the establishment of a comprehensive digital strategy", which was implemented under the NSRF and the Operational Programme Digital Convergence.

This is an innovative project of interactive digital applications designed to enhance communication between the Centre and the public and to enhance accessibility to the rich cultural stock that produces while at the same time it is maximizing the value of actions carried out so far.

Part of the project was the digitization and scientific documentation of more than 500 items, which consisted of works of art, architectural drawings, rare publications, objects of Angelos and Eva Sikelianos etc. The digitized collection is now uploaded to the collections management system MuseumPlus, which was installed at the Centre for organizing the collection, while they are publicly available on the Centre's website through the subsystem eMuseumPlus.

The main axis of the project was to create a new website with a modern design complient with the new functional requirements, which hosts the new digital applications implemented. More specifically available to users are: interactive timeline on the history and events of the Centre, virtual tour of the Museum of Delphic Festivals - House Sikelianou, digital walk in the area of ​​Delphi with suggested itineraries based on themes and virtual tour of the facilities of the Centre of Delphi, which is an application available for mobile devices. An important part of the website is the participation platform for young artists, one of the main actions of the Centre. Additionally, a YouTube channel was created on which more than 70 hours of video, which were digitized as part of the project, are available.

The Centre has acquired a presence in the global encyclopedia Wikipedia with 80 new entries related to the European Cultural Centre of Delphi. In this context training seminars for writing articles were organized for the scientific staff and friends of the Centre.

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