Digital meets Culture
Export date: Fri Jun 14 22:29:32 2024 / +0000 GMT

ROCK - Cultural heritage leading urban futures- joins the REACH Digital Gallery

In ROCK- cities believe that cultural heritage is a great tool for urban regeneration and a driver for change. But consequences of lockdown measures and of pandemic situation had a strong impact on cities' local culture and cultural heritage, communities and sites, and citizens' services. The ROCK cities reacted quickly and creatively to an unprecedented situation, exploiting the instruments developed in the ROCK project. That's the theme presented by ROCK to the REACH Digital Gallery. Participation in culture and the rule of cultural heritage as a driving force for urban sustainability are topics shared by the two projects and that align their actions. The poster, introduces one focus of the ROCK Open Knowledge Week, a four days on line conference that will be held from 27th to 30th October 2020. The Open Knowledge Week aims to identify new ways in which cultural heritage can contribute to the regeneration, sustainable development and economic growth of cities.
Look at the poster on the REACH digital gallery
ROCK event's page
More information about the ROCK Open Knowledge Week
ROCK event's page