Area: digital heritage

INCULTUM presented at EVA Florence 2022

INCULTUM will be presented by the communication and network coordinator dr. Antonella Fresa at EVA FLORENCE, the annual event in Firenze of the EVA series Electronic imaging & the Visual Arts. The accepted paper about INCULTUM is part of the … Continue reading


Curatorial and Programming Activities to Drive Cultural Participation: A Museum to Relate, Represent and Self-identify

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: Antonia Bobik, Aimilia Koltsida & Isabella Legebeke All images courtesy of the authors. Diversity and … Continue reading


RURITAGE Project webinar 12th May 2022

In this online event, participants learn how to use RURITAGE Resources Ecosystem, the project’s digital hub that gathers information, data and methodologies that were created and applied during the RURITAGE project. It serves as an online hub for rural regeneration, … Continue reading


Presentation of EU Study on Quality in 3D Digitisation of Tangible Cultural Heritage

On the occasion of the International Day of Museums, the European Commission is calling for the final presentation of the #VIGIE2020_654 Study Quality in 3D Digitisation of Tangible Cultural Heritage. Topic: Presentation of EU VIGIE2020/654 results: Study on Quality in 3D … Continue reading


Digital Museums: Hype or Future?

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: Tessa de Boer, Emmy Hermans, Julia Rokos During the first lockdowns of the Covid-19 pandemic … Continue reading


INCULTUM Pilot in Portugal presented at Taller de Arquitectura Iberia Sur

Professors Desidério Batista of University of Algarve delivers a presentation in a seminar at Taller de Arquitectura Iberia Sur on May 13, 2022 with the lecture: “Recreation farms as one of the most recognizable features of the landscape in Portugal. … Continue reading


Study on quality in 3D digitisation of tangible cultural heritage

The study, led by Cyprus University of Technology, has identified all relevant elements for successful 3D digitisation of cultural heritage, classifying them by degree of complexity and purpose or use. The study also looked at what determines the quality of … Continue reading


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

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 … Continue reading


NEMO webinar on using cultural heritage to foster social cohesion: the MEMEX project

On April 27, NEMO (the Network of European Museum Organizations) organized a webinar focusing on the use of cultural heritage to promote social cohesion by strengthening historically under-represented communities. For the occasion, the experts of the MEMEX project will be … Continue reading


Newly released RURITAGE “Travelling Voices” book

  INCULTUM and RURITAGE projects have in common a keen focus on empowering marginal and rural areas in the promotion of their cultural and natural heritage, which not only needs to be safeguarded but also leveraged for communities-driven sustainable development. … Continue reading