Author Archives: valentina.bachi

Kicking – off the INCULTUM project

On the 4th of June 2021, the large group of partners from all over Europe met online to officially start the INCULTUM project. The core activities are about researching and empowering cultural tourism in peripheral areas, also unlocking their potential … Continue reading


CitizenHeritage presented at NTNU event

CitizenHeritage project partner Katerina Zourou (Web2Learn) was invited by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Brussels office, to give a presentation about CitizenHeritage project on June 4. The topic of the talk was “Citizen science initiatives in the … Continue reading


Discovering Chinese Heritage in Europeana – PAGODE Final Conference

Registration is open for PAGODE – Europeana China Final Conference! See the full programme here: https://photoconsortium.net/pagode/final-conference/ PAGODE is a Generic Service project granted by the European Commission in the frame of the Connecting Europe Facility Programme, in support to Europeana. … Continue reading


PAGODE at Europeana Aggregators Fair

In June 2021 the Europeana Aggregators’ Forum and Europeana Foundation held the first ever Aggregators’ Fair, and PAGODE had a prominent participation with one ignite talk by Kostas Kostantinidis (Postscriptum) on day one and a dedicated session entitled Behind the … Continue reading


From mainstream citizen science to new conceptualizations: insights from the cultural heritage sector

The European Citizen Science Association (ECSA) and its Working Group “Citizen science and universities” in the series of monthly webinars, will host a webinar on October 26 (16 CET) with three partners of the CitizenHeritage project. The topic of the 1h webinar … Continue reading


Europeana cafe on the New European Bauhaus

The European Commission has initiated a New European Bauhaus movement to shape future ways of living that answer the challenges we face today. Think green, sustainable and affordable, alongside accessible, inclusive and beautiful. Find out what it’s all about, what … Continue reading


Using AI to monitor historic towns and landscapes: #Connecting Archaeology

This webinar explores some of the ways that artificial intelligence is being used with aerial and satellite imagery to monitor landscapes. Three speakers will give short presentations after which there will be time for questions and discussion. “AI and satellite … Continue reading


WEAVE presented at “Dance Research Matters” event

Co-hosted by C-DaRE and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), from the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry, Dance Research Matters will include panel discussions on themes relevant for shaping the future of dance research. WEAVE will be part of the presentations on panel 1 by Rosa Cisneros,  with a … Continue reading


Visiting the margins: the INCULTUM project

Tourism is more than travelling and consumption; it has great potential when it comes to culture, nature, knowledge and personal experiences. Travelling is a way to learn and improve oneself, to enrich one’s vision and improve mutual understanding. The INCULTUM … Continue reading


Seminar about Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778)

PIRANESI RITORNO AL FUTURO / DE VOLTA AO FUTURO The Museo della Grafica in Pisa and the Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo di São Paulo organize a live event to discover the art of venetian engraver Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778). … Continue reading