We’re preparing a multilingual thesaurus specialized in historical silk. In order to obtain better results, we are going to analyze the international state of the art of textile thesauri. By filling-up this survey you will contribute to establish common points to enhance access and preservation of silk heritage.
We want to know more about our potential users in order to ameliorate our tools and materials. This survey will let us know what you are expecting of us and how can we improve.
On the 10th and 11th of September, SILKNOW held its second meeting in Lyon, France. It was hosted by CNRS-LARHRA, a project member, at the Maison des sciences de l’Homme Lyon.
The meeting was attended by leading institutions of the Lyon textile world, such as the Musée d’Art et d’Industrie Saint-Etienne, the Musée des Tissus de Lyon, the Musée de Bourgoin Jailleu and the Denis & fils SAS or the the Tissages Perrin . The Service Patrimoines et Inventaire général- Direction de la culture et du patrimoine- Région ARA, the President of the Commission Qualité et Technique d’Intersoie France and the Director of the Instituto Cervantes center in Lyon were also present at the meeting.
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11 July 2018
CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service, has made public SILKNOW in their database. Cordis is the European Commission’s primary public repository and portal to disseminate information on all EU-funded research projects and their results in the broadest sense..
From the 5th to 9th of September, SILKNOW went to Algemesí, Spain in order to present the project on a stand at the local Exhibition Room. This was an excellent opportunity to show how SILKNOW will preserve the intangible heritage associated with traditional weaving techniques at the 2018 ICCN General Assembly.