The #PALMYRAVERSE November Campaign


#NEWPALMYRA released the model for Tower of Elahbel.
Artists, Designers, Technologists & Researchers
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#NEWPALMYRA Launches the #PALMYRAVERSE Building Campaign with LikeCoin Ethereum Tokens Paid to Artists

NEWPALMYRA Temple of Allat Temple of Allat, CC Zero

Columbus, Indiana — Today the #NEWPALMYRA project launched the #PALMYRAVERSE, with a global building campaign. The #PALMYRAVERSE is an online space where monuments from Palmyra come together across time and space. The campaign sets a monthly prompt for artists, designers, technologists, and researchers to come together and create for the #PALMYRAVERSE with 3D modeling, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality. Each month, a rotating panel of judges from the fields of art, cultural heritage, and technology will select the top three works for prizes. Starting Monday, October 1st, artists and Makers are invited to create works inspired by the Temple of Al-Lat and submit them on newpalmyra.org. Winners will be announced November 1.

The judges for the first round of works are Razan Al-Hadid, Public Lead at Creative Commons Jordan and Independent Art History Researcher, London based technologist and educator Mahmoud Max Wardeh, and Majd Al-shihabi, Palestinian-Syrian urban planning graduate, developer of Palestine Open Maps, and recipient of the first Bassel Khartabil Free Culture Fellowship.

“#NEWPALMYRA has produced five models monuments destroyed in Palmyra, Syria, starting with the Temple of Bel, Triumphal Arch, Roman Theatre, and Baalshamin,” said Barry Threw, Executive Director of #NEWPALMYRA. “Most recently released was the Tetrapylon, made in collaboration with Creative Commons and re:3D, the largest 3D printed column structure in the world. #NEWPALMYRA also created the first 3D model added to Wikipedia, the Lion of Al-Lat. Our announcement today is a drive to complete the monuments from Palmyra, but a pledge to open up the possibility of a future space where all may collaborate, with incentives in cryptocurrencies to fuel work.”

In support of the #PALMYRAVERSE project, #NEWPALMYRA has partnered with the LikeCoin Foundation, who plan to provide technology to support feedback on submissions from the community-at-large.

“At LikeCoin Foundation, we are reinventing the like. We are proud to support the creators of #PALMYRAVERSE monuments – not just through technology support, but also our LikeButton, which rewards creators daily for their likes,” said Kin Ko, co-founder of the LikeCoin Foundation. “Submissions to the #PALMYRAVERSE could receive LikeCoin incentives daily as users engage with monuments through our system and also larger rewards for selections made by judges.”

The #NEWPALMYRA #PALMYRAVERSE announcement is released today at the Exhibit Columbus National Symposium, an annual conference of architecture, design and art with specific focus on cultural architectural preservation. #NEWPALMYRA Executive Director, Barry Threw will present the current status of the project and explain in more detail the future of #NEWPALMYRA and the #PALMYRAVERSE. Also, on special exhibition during the conference is the 7.5-feet-tall Tetrapylon.

“The #NEWPALMYRA project is a tremendously meaningful preservation effort and we are honored to have Barry Threw attending our symposium this year,” said Richard McCoy Director of Landmark Columbus the parent organization of Exhibit Columbus. “#PALMYRAVERSE is an innovative way to continue growing this global project to care for cultural heritage.”

Join the Building Campaign.

Aidez-nous à préserver le patrimoine culturel de la Syrie, actuellement menacé, avec la création des outils numériques de #NEWPALMYRA pour construire l’avenir sur la base du passé.

#NEWPALMYRA est :

  • Un projet « d’archéologie numérique », qui veut recueillir des données des partenaires internationaux et les analyser, créer une reconstruction de Palmyre dans l’espace virtuel, et partager les modèles et les données dans le domaine public. Nous utilisons des outils numériques pour préserver les sites du patrimoine national qui l’État Islamique essaie de détruire.

  • Un projet de « développement culturel », qui anime des ateliers et construit un réseau d’artistes, techniciens, archéologues, architectes, et autres pour faire des recherches, construire des modèles, et créer des œuvres artistiques.

  • Un projet de « conservateur », qui crée des expositions et des expériences dans des musées au niveau mondial, pour célébrer le patrimoine culturel de la Syrie et du monde en considérant l’architecture comme une incarnation de la culture et le pouvoir.

En collaboration avec nos associés internationaux, NEWPALMYRA recueille des données archéologiques et historiques, les partage avec le public, et les utilise pour créer des expositions et salons artistiques et des œuvres créatives pour passer l’histoire riche de Palmyre aux générations futures.

Nous avons besoin de votre aide!

Nous cherchons des divers contributeurs: modélistes en 3D, archéologues, artistes, conservateurs, développeurs, éducateurs, journalistes, chercheurs, adeptes de Wikimédia. Comment vous pouvez nous soutenir :

  • Venez aux évènements de #NEWPALMYRA

  • Contribuez des informations, du code, et des données à nos modèles GitHub

  • Contactez-nous par courriel [email protected]

  • Suivez-nous et faites passer le mot sur les réseaux sociaux: Facebook, Instagram, et Twitter

  • Abonnez-vous à nos bulletins d’information par courriel (https://tinyletter.com/NewPalmyra)

UPLOAD PHOTOS OR MODELS

  • Your photos can be used to help remodel Palmyra!
  • Please include a text file with a description of your photos or 3d models.
  • Unless otherwise specified, by upload your photos or model to #NEWPALMYRA they will be placed under a CC0 license.

For questions, please email [email protected]

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