RURITAGE Summer School dedicated to heritage-based regeneration at regional level

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The 3-days Summer School, arranged within RURITAGE project by Savonia University of Applied Science, will be delivered in presence at the Savonia University (UAS), Kuopio Finland on 9-13 May 2022. It will include both lectures, study visits and interactive workshops with the participants.

It is targeted at professionals (such as Practitioners, regional development institutions, representatives of project pilots), and will focus on the RURITAGE methodology supporting rural areas to co-develop through their local heritage, as well as on practices within the opportunity-driven innovation areas: landscape, local food, art & festival, and pilgrimage. Based on these areas, we will have lectures from pilots in our project that have successfully regenerated their area through these innovation areas. Savonia will give lectures based on their expertise on local development, especially as the Region of Gastronomy 2020-21. The idea is that you will be able to apply lessons in your own areas and surroundings back home.

You can find more information and apply here: https://www.ruritage.eu/summer-school-finland-2022/

Read more about RURITAGE on the website: https://www.ruritage.eu/

 

 

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