[Wiki Loves Monuments] Europa Nostra awards
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Tue May 17 10:28:41 UTC 2011
As far as I could tell, entries for the awards have to be submitted by
someone in close relation with the project (
entry form (
contains space for a one page summary and four sections with a maximum of
1500 words each.
Anyway, it is something to keep in mind. I am more than happy to take the
lead on this if necessary, if a few more people would join me.
2011/5/16 Maarten Dammers <maarten at mdammers.nl>
> Hi Gonçalo,
> Op 15-5-2011 20:41, GoEthe.wiki schreef:
> Hi everyone,
> First of all, I would like to say that I really enjoyed meeting many of you
> in Berlin this weekend and apologize for leaving without saying goodbye. I
> was expecting to meet up with you on Friday after dinner in the hostel, but
> that didn't happen and when I left Saturday everyone was still asleep.
> They were probably happy that you didn't wake them Saturday morning to say
> goodbye ;-)
> With that said, I am looking forward to seeing the Europa Nostra article
> coming out soon. As I was browsing through their website, I came across
> this: http://www.europanostra.org/apply-for-an-award-2012/
> I think we should really consider applying for this in category 4: *EDUCATION,
> TRAINING and AWARENESS-RAISING *. The deadline is October 1st, so we have
> until the end of the contest to write this up.
> The award is 10000€ which could be used to cover our costs if needed or
> cover costs of next years contest.
> The application form is quite extensive, but I am sure that if we make it
> wiki-style and use the material we have already produced, it will not be
> that hard.
> What do you think?
> The Europa Nostra awards are on my lists of things to think about. We could
> probably get nominated by someone else to increase our chances. Thanks for
> bringing this up here!
> Today I received the invitation to go the European Heritage Awards
> Ceremony, more info at http://www.europanostra.org/coming-events/129/(please do notice that the image is from Commons AND correctly attributed).
> I plan to go there in "Tenue de Ville" (had to use Wikipedia to know for
> sure what that meant ;-), looks like a high profile event.
> Best regards,
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