This year marks the eighth edition of the Heritage in Motion Awards. Once more, the HiM Awards provide a stage for creators and producers of films, apps, websites and interactive experiences related to Europe’s heritage, cultural and natural, tangible and intangible to showcase innovation. An international competition, Heritage in Motion celebrates the most advanced multimedia achievements and innovative use of technology, sharing the core values of European heritage in new ways.
The 2021 Heritage in Motion Awards finalists are:
Anne Frank House with – Anne Frank Video Diary – THE NETHERLANDS
Waterways Ireland with – Stories from the Waterways – IRELAND
Buckled Cranium with – HOME in the Carrickmacross Workhouse – UK
CIDEHUS-Évora with – Heritales – Heritage Film Festival –
University of Malta, Heritage Malta and the Malta Tourism Authority with – The Virtual Museum Under water Malta – MALTA
DigVentures with – Archaeology at Home – UK
Muzeum Jana Amose Komenského v Uherském Brodě with – The Embroidery Craft – CZECH REPUBLIC
Next.space with – LIFE CODE. Escape room quest in Darwin museum, which educate! – RUSSIA
Studio Bertels with – VOC Data Experience
Crack Magazine with – Everything is Music – a brand new location-based digital museum for mobile – UK
CREATE.eu with – Meet the Masters – art experience
Casa Batlló with – Casa Batlló 10D Experience – SPAIN
RVX with – 1238 The Battle of Iceland – ICELAND
University of Ghent with – Lost Ports of the Zwin – BELGIUM
3D Research Srl with – UWAR: a tailored application for Underwater Augumented Reality to access Underwater Cultural Heritage – ITALY
The winners will be announced during the Heritage in Motion Awards ceremony on the 21st of September 2021. The ceremony will take place on the first day of the European Cultural Summit, hosted by Europa Nostra.
Heritage in Motion is a joint initiative of Europa Nostra and the European Museum Academy and is empowered by Europeana.
Europa Nostra, the Voice of Cultural Heritage, represents a rapidly growing citizen’s movement for the safeguarding of Europe’s cultural and natural heritage. Its extensive European network covers almost 50 countries in Europe.
The European Museum Academy is a non-profit foundation representing museums at the European level. The EMA has members in more than 30 countries.
Europeana is the central network for the cultural heritage sector in Europe and directly connects thousands of cultural institutions with European citizens.