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Digital Meets Culture
- CitizenHeritage multiplier event - Athens, 29th May 2023Naples (Italy), 5-8 June 2023Roma (Italy), 6th June 2023The hybrid event will take place June 9th in Athens, Greece.Oslo (Norway), 19-23 June 2023The conference will be held from June 19th to June 23rd.online, 23 June 2023 h. 14 CESTBrussels (Belgium), 27-28 June 2023
- welcomed by colleagues of Eachtra, the team of partner Promoter visited churches and graves that tell stories of local communities
In March 2023, INCULTUM partners Promoter and Eachtra met to discuss about the work ongoing in the Pilot 9 Historic Graves of Ireland. This online project capitalized on the phenomenon of Irish diaspora, supporting Irish descents in maintaining or rediscovering … Continue reading →
- In February-March 2023 the partners had online meetings for four days, with the participating of the teachers and the students.
text and images in this post courtesy of the project “From Intangible Expression to Digital Cultural Heritage”. Erasmus+ Project “From Intangible Expression to Digital Cultural Heritage” includes partners from Turkey, Italy and Bulgaria and aims at boosting introduction of national … Continue reading →
- The pilot of San Pellegrino in Alpe showcased during a lesson about touristic flows and their management.
On 18th February, the 2023 editon of Winter School, organized by the Università di Pisa, Cattedra UNESCO in ICT of Università della Svizzera Italiana and with the support of Museo della Grafica and Sistema Museale di Ateneo di Unipi, came … Continue reading →
Area: digital heritage
IN SITU is a 48-month-long research project currently exploring how cultural and creative practices can help tackle place-based issues in six non-urban areas representing the six IN SITU Labs: Azores, Portugal; Western coastal region, Ireland; Western region, Iceland; Rauma and … Continue reading
The Be.CULTOUR project, focused on enhancing cultural heritage and landscape values for sustainable cultural tourism, is launching a new series of webinars to boost peer learning among its Community of Interest and other followers. Given that Be.CULTOUR and INCULTUM established a cooperation … Continue reading
INCULTUM and rurAllure projects recently established a collaboration agreement due to common themes, aims and actions. While rurAllure is more specifically focused on historical pilgrimage routes and INCULTUM expands to other types of lesser-known tourism, the promotion of cultural heritage … Continue reading
The Be.CULTOUR project, focused on enhancing cultural heritage and landscape values for sustainable cultural tourism, is launching a new series of webinars to boost peer learning among its Community of Interest and other followers. Various experts and on-field stakeholders will be invited … Continue reading
EuropeanaTech is the community of experts, developers, and researchers from the R&D sector within the greater Europeana Network Association, that coordinates research and development endeavors that seek to improve the standing of European digital cultural heritage and facilitate knowledge across … Continue reading
RURALIZATION is a EU-funded project aiming at developing forward-looking policies fulfilling the ‘future dreams’ of new rural generations and foster sustainable development of rural and marginal areas. In this light, RURALIZATION and INCULTUM established a cooperation agreement for cross-dissemination and … Continue reading
The Municipal Archive of Girona organized a Seminar within the framework of the Faber-Llull Residency (Olot, Catalonia) and the project InterPARES Trust AI of the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada), and with the collaboration of the Society of Catalan … Continue reading
We are enthusiast to announce the launch of the official website of EUreka3D, a project co-funded by the Digital Europe Programme of the European Union, that aims to support the digital transformation of the cultural heritage sector, by offering capacity … Continue reading
The Europeana conference “Why 3D Matters: accelerating 3D in the common European data space for cultural heritage” will take place on 18 April 2023 (9h00 – 15h00 CET). The conference under the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU will … Continue reading
On November 8th, 9th and 10th, 2023, Museum of Cinema – Tomàs Mallol Collection, Department of History and History of Art of the Universitat de Girona, the Research Unit on Early Cinema (GROC) and the Spanish Ministry of Science and … Continue reading