Author Archives: elena.pardini

Upcoming workshop. Small towns in promotion of its cultural heritage: possibilities and experiences

SAVE THE DATE: February 15, 2018. Jana Palacha square, 2, Praha 1, 2nd floor, room 201. Charles University leader of the HORIZON 2020 REACH Project pilot on small towns heritage, promotes the first workshop with associated partners of Czech Republic. … Continue reading


Learning by the past: MEMOLA animation video

Memola project studies the formation process of historical landscapes in relation to the use of natural resources, especially soil and water, in order to define strategies for the conservation, diffusion and connection between cultural heritage and environment. The project produced … Continue reading


Symposium: Roma Cultural Heritage

Representatives of various institutions, researchers, art critics, Roma intellectuals and artists met at this symposium to discuss, together with the audience, the current situation of the Roma cultural heritage. The invited experts faced topics such as the distribution of Roma … Continue reading


REACH Kick-Off Meeting

On Dicember 1st and 2nd 2017, the Institut für Museumsforschung Staatliche Museen zu Berlin hosted the REACH Kick-off Meeting, organized by partner SPK. The REACH project is based on the proposition that Cultural Heritage (CH) plays an important role in … Continue reading


TAKE PART in culture!

  Collaborative approaches to culture are nowadays a current issue; they represent a valuable tool to promote democratic participation, sustainability and social cohesion by helping to address new social challenges. On this subject, the TAKE PART project led by the … Continue reading


Starting a new EU project about participatory approaches to Culture: REACH!

Coordinated by Coventry University with participation of important international partners, the upcoming three-year REACH project will establish a Social Platform as a sustainable space for meeting, discussion and collaboration by a wide-ranging network of professionals, institutions, researchers, arts practitioners, associations, … Continue reading