The 8th Annual International Conference
EVA 2005 Moscow
The 75th Jubilee EVA since 1990!
The 8th Annual International Conference EVA2005 Moscow was held 28 November – 2 December 2005 in the M.I. Rudomino All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature (Moscow, Russian Federation).
EVA Moscow is one of a series of annual conferences having been held since 1990 in Florence, London, Edinburgh, Berlin, Prague, Warsaw, Kiev, Harvard (USA), Gifu (Japan), Beijing and other cities of the world. EVA2005 Moscow is the 75th conference of the EVA series since 1990. On the same week, 29 – 30 November 2005, the 2nd EVA-MINERVA conference was held in Jerusalem.
EVA2005 Moscow theme:
Information for all: Culture and Information Society Technologies
The main organisers of the conference are: European Commission, Federal Agency on Culture and Cinematography,
Centre on the Problems of Informatisation in the sphere of Culture (Centre PIC),
M.I. Rudomino All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature, EVA Conferences International.
The conference is supported by the Russian Committee of the UNESCO Programme “Information for All”,
by the Russian Branch of ICOMOS, by the Moscow Committee on Cultural heritage, by the Russian State Art Library,
by ARTINFO, Activision, Formoza, Xerox, AltSoft, KAMIS, companies, by Digital Archives Corporation,
“Museums of Russia” portal, ADIT and other professional associations and institutions.
The programme includes 175 papers and presentation, 2 plenary sessions, 12 sections and 3 round table discussions.
• The 5th Annual International Conference ECHOLOT2005: IST and audiovisual heritage
• The 5th Annual International Conference Information Resources and Technologies for Non-Movable heritage Preservation
• Presenting IST in Russian regions: Smolensk
• Exhibition: Multimedia in Culture, Art and Education
• The 10th Festival of Creative Interactive Multimedia “Content – 2005”
• The first contest of the Library WEB sites “New Era”
• A session in the State Polytechnic Museum “Pocket computers in museums (project Museum Orientation)”