Who are we?

The CLEM

The CLEM is a collective of cultural heritage associations founded in 1987. We design and develop projects for the safeguarding, valorization and mediation of cultural heritage in Gironde. 

In addition, the CLEM devotes a large part of its action to the digitization and online posting of heritage data. It is committed to ensuring the collection, definitive conservation, cataloguing, indexing and valorization of its stereoscopic collections. For this, we have teamed up with a partner who manages the technical aspect of archiving and putting funds online: Archéovision,UMS 3657 of the CNRS.

The Scientific Committee

Louis Bergès (Regional Director of Cultural Affairs of pays de la Loire)

Jean-François Bernard (Institut de Recherche en Architecture Antique)

Jessica de Bideran (MICA Research Engineer)

François Bordes (Inspector General of Archives)

Catherine Carponsin-Martin (Director of the CLEM – Head of the Stereopole Project

Anne-Marie Cocula (Historian – Former President of the University of Bordeaux-Montaigne)

The Scientific Committee

François Hubert (Former director of the Musée d'Aquitaine)

Marion Lagrange (Lecturer in Art History Bordeaux-Montaigne)

Bernard Larrieu (CLEM / Editions de l'Entre-deux-Mers)

Florent Miane (Senior Lecturer university of Brittany)

Sophie Saint-Amans (Musée du Louvre)

Jean-François Sibers (General Curator, former head of the digital division of the DRAC)