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Sparkling February for Photoconsortium! We are all invited to join the final appointments of We Are#EuropeForCulture and Kaleidoscope projects!

Photoconsortium, REACH project Associate Partner, in the framework of its activity for the promotion of citizen engagement in culture and preservation of societal memory, is happy to share with the REACH community  these glowing events which represent the final milestones … Continue reading


sargetia: 3D Reconstruction and augmented reality applied to history and archeology

sargetia.ro offers the possibility to visit and learn about Romanian cultural sites and historical monuments by the use of 3D technology and Virtual Reality. The platform is part of a wide promotional campaign set up by virtual museums aiming to … Continue reading


CALL for POSTERS and VIDEOS is now open for the REACH project Final Conference

This call is addressed to researchers, practitioners, professionals, citizens and in general to the representatives from the cultural heritage sector who are interested in promoting the value of cultural heritage and in supporting its public recognition.  REACH Final Conference “Designing … Continue reading


Culture Moves project: Dance (Algo)Rhythms

The CultureMoves research team of the C-DaRE center of Coventry University – Sarah Whatley, Rosa Cisneros and Marie-Louise Crawley – participated in the  ‘Moving Culture: Tourism, Dance and Digital Storytelling’, organised by the Culture Moves project in Pisa. Key stakeholders from … Continue reading


2020 March – Documentation Strategies in (Archaeological) Open-Air Museums

What’s an open-air museum? What is it for? How can it be preserved? Open-air museums are the faithful reconstruction of medieval villages. Starting from the discovery of (pre)history archaeological sites and architectural sources, experts and professionals are able to recreate … Continue reading


Remarkable outcomes for the REACH International Workshop on Rural Heritage

The last 26th November, the University of Granada, task leader of the Rural Heritage Pilot of the REACH project, held a Workshop on“Participatory Approaches for Territorial Cohesion”. Aim of the meeting was to investigate the value of participatory preservation of … Continue reading


EMOTIVE project’s survey on digital experiences in Cultural Heritage

EMOTIVE is a EU-funded research project that works from the premise that cultural sites are highly emotional places stimulating human connection and the interest for knowledge. From 2016-2019, the EMOTIVE consortium has researched, designed, developed and evaluated methods and tools … Continue reading


REACH Project Best Practices on Social Participation In Cultural Heritage

The Faro Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Society (Council of Europe, 2005) promotes a broader understanding of heritage in relation to communities and society, placing much emphasis on citizen participation. How can participation be done most effectively? … Continue reading


REACH project presented to the informative meeting of H2020 programme

Last Tuesday, Prof.José María Martín Civantos of the University of Granada, Task Leader of the REACH Rural Heritage Pilot, has participated in a briefing of the H2020 program entitled “Inclusive, Innovative and Reflective Societies” organized by the Office of International … Continue reading


Hey Students! Get involve in Cultura Heritage!

TEMA+ European Territories Heritage and Development Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree programme, is currently running a full day agenda of workshops, conferences, visits and debate on the theme of cultural heritage. The event  is organized by ELTE in cooperation with … Continue reading