Author Archives: valentina.bachi

RURALIZATION and INCULTUM establish collaboration

 Dreaming of an escape to the country? Rural living in Europe is currently on the decline, but why? What tools and dynamic approaches are needed in rural areas to stimulate innovation and create opportunities for newcomers and established communities … Continue reading


WEAVE works for metadata curation of community and minority collections

images courtesy TopFoto.co.uk Digital collections of various types of heritage are an immense resource for knowledge sharing, and Europeana is the EU flagship initiative to make this common heritage accessible to any type of users. Europeana and its network of … Continue reading


IN LOCO and INCULTUM join forces for enabling participative approaches in local development

IN LOCO is an Association, very active in Portugal to support local development. IN LOCO in facts aims to promote local-based development with a view to improving the quality of life in its multiple dimensions, also seeing local development as … Continue reading


Cultural Policy Group of KU Leuven launches Roma Genius Project in collaboration with WEAVE

RomaGenius is an annotation tool designed by four students from the Cultural Studies Master’s program at KU Leuven University. As part of their Cultural Policy course, they collaborated with the Weave/Europeana project and made their contribution by creating a platform … Continue reading


Erasmus+ project Share your Culture enables collaborations between schools in Lithuania, Turkey and Greece

text and all images courtesy of the project Share your Culture. Erasmus+ project activities carried out by three partner countries have started. The project carried out by Lithuania, Turkey and Greece is called “Share your culture”. The first virtual meeting … Continue reading


Can Digital Immersive Experience be the future of museums’ collections?

Research project of MA students in the Museums in Context course at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, MA Cultural Economics led by professor Trilce Navarrete. Authors: Anna Bontempi, Ludovica Giberti, Florent Mortier All images courtesy of the authors. Rotterdam just opened Remastered, … Continue reading


WEAVE links to the Creative Climate Justice Hub via a partnership with the RRR project

text by Rosa Cisneros, C-DARE Coventry University. The Roma Recycle Reuse Reimagine Project team already collaborated with WEAVE and in particular Rosa Cisneros devoted great efforts in establishing collaborations across domains and initiatives for communites inclusion. One of these collaborations … Continue reading


INCULTUM Pilot: Trail mapping work for digitisation of irrigation ditch networks

text and images courtesy of Elena Correa Jiménez (University of Granada). Another participative activity was organised in the framework of INCULTUM Pilot by the Biocultural Archaeology Laboratory (MEMOLab), coordinated by Professor Dr. José María Martín Civantos, from the Department of … Continue reading


WEAVE final conference

The WEAVE project is excited to invite you to the final conference, hosted by CRDI/Ajuntament de Girona, which will explore the connections between tangible and intangible heritage, cultural communities and the process of digital transformation of cultural heritage organisations. The … Continue reading


Superdiversity and City Branding: improving the diverse experience in Rotterdam museums

Research project of MA students in the Museums in Context course at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, MA Cultural Economics led by professor Trilce Navarrete. Authors: Xue Mi, Ziyou Bao, Nicolò Morando All images courtesy of the authors. Let’s begin with … Continue reading