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Vesuvius Tourism App

In March 2022, on the occasion of the next Mediterranean Tourism Exchange that is the most important b2b fair about tourism in the Mediterranean, a new digital resource will be presented to promote the area of Vesuvius and to facilitate … Continue reading


New report on ‘Culture in the localization of the SDGs: an analysis of the Voluntary Local Reviews’

The campaign #culture2030goal, formed by global cultural networks united to advocate for the role of culture in sustainable developmen, in April 2020 started the elaboration of a strategic framework within the context of the UN Decade of Action. Its main … Continue reading


The Italian Antonio Salinas Regional Archeological Museum returns Parthenon fragment to Greece

The Antonio Salinas Regional Archeological Museum in Sicily has returned a fragment from the Parthenon temple to the Acropolis Museum in Athens, where it will remain on long-term loan. The renowned “Fagan fragment” which depicts the right foot and part … Continue reading


WEAVE collaborates with project ECHO II

Efforts to sustain communities in the engagement with their tangible and intangible heritage are always welcome and a priority for EC and the European Union at large. For this reason, various projects are funded that deal with protecting, engaging and … Continue reading


FLIP: the preparatory action to build a stronger resilience of the cultural and creative sector

From the achievements reached by Pilot project Creative FLIP (2019-2021), co-funded by the EU, “FLIP – Finance, Learning, Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights for CCS” was arose; this new phase of Creative FLIP will be running from 2021-2023 with the … Continue reading


INCULTUM is part of a winter school on Digital Cultural Tourism and Diplomacy

The 2022 Winter School of the UNESCO Chair on Digital Cultural Heritage, in collaboration with the UNESCO Chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable tourism in World Heritage Sites, is dedicated to investigating how ICTs designed to enhance the … Continue reading


Empowering communities and citizens in Heritage research

Wednesday 2nd February h. 9-10.30. This session, organized by the Citizen Heritage  project, will entice an interactive discussion with the audience, focused on understanding the approach methodologies, the various roles and challenges of technology in enabling an inclusive engagement with … Continue reading


Symposium: ‘Heritage for the future/Science for heritage, a European adventure for research and innovation’

Heritage science brings together the human, social, fundamental, digital, and engineering sciences and deals with the study of cultural heritage, contributing to the identification, understanding, preservation, restoration, and transmission of cultural heritage, be it tangible, intangible, natural or digital. Next … Continue reading


Call for Papers: A Sustainable Revolution for Open-Air Museums

The second call for papers was launched by Exarc for the conference “A Sustainable Revolution for Open-Air Museums” that will be held at Butser Ancient Farm in southern England next 19-20 May 2020. The conference, organized by EXARC (the ICOM … Continue reading


Hubs of Innovation and Entrepreneurship for the Transformation of Historic Urban Areas

HUB-IN is an EU H2020 project focused on the transformation and regeneration of historic urban areas (HUAs) while preserving their unique cultural and social identity and environment. The project identifies different HUAs: Historic town or city centres Historic areas which … Continue reading