Topic: WEAVE

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


Two Western Washington artists charged with misrepresenting themselves as Native American carvers

In two separate criminal cases, Western Washington artists are charged with violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act (IACA) by representing themselves as Native American artists, when they have no tribal membership or heritage, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown.  The … Continue reading


WEAVE LabDays continue to support institutions safeguarding tangible and intangible heritage

text and image courtesy of Rosa Cisneros. Over the last few months, the WEAVE team (Rosa Cisneros, Marie-Louise Crawley and Sarah Whatley) have been busy co-ordinating a series of ten project LabDays held in conjunction with partners IN2, ARCTUR, UNL, … Continue reading


ECHO II: Traditions in Transition

ECHO II: Traditions in Transition is a project co-founded by Creative Europe Culture Subprogramme ‘Support for European cooperation projects’ 2020 EACEA-32-2019 – Smaller scale cooperation projects (COOP1). The Creative Europe Programme finances transnational cooperation projects, so as to help Europe’s … Continue reading


European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry ECQI 2022

The congress theme of the 5th edition of the European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry is “Qualitative Inquiry in the online technological realm“. Organized by KU Leuven, this edition will be a virtual event with a large programme of keynotes, presentations, … Continue reading


WEAVE was a best practice example at the Erasmus+ NEFELI training

text and image by Rosa Cisneros. The Erasmus+ NEFELI project offered a weeklong training of non-formal learning activities and methods that can support women from various parts of society. The team targeted women from grassroots communities, refugee and asylum seekers as well … Continue reading


2022 Winter School on Digital Cultural Tourism and Diplomacy

Indigenous cultural heritage is the legacy of tangible physical objects combining the intangible aspects of a group of society. Objects, artefacts, buildings, places and monuments aside, intangible cultural heritage, also known as “living heritage” or “living culture”, refers to living … Continue reading


Weaving, Dance and Coding teamed up with the WEAVE project

text and images: Rosa Cisneros, Coventry University. As part of the UKRI Making Connections Funding scheme Rosa Cisneros, WEAVE partner (Coventry University)  collaborates with musician and researcher Alex McLean and coder Lucy Chesman. The trio have teamed up for the Making Connections: … Continue reading


ILUCIDARE Innovation Handbook

As one outcome of the ILUCIDARE project, this publication offers an innovation roadmap for whomever has a new idea related to a heritage building, site or even local traditions, and tries to identify paths for enabling creative ideas in cultural … Continue reading


Crafting heritage: Restoring, Reactivating, Resisting

European Fashion Heritage Association invites you to its conference “Crafting Heritage: Restoring, Reactivating, Resisting” organized in collaboration with DIDA – Università degli Studi di Firenze and Museo del Tessuto di Prato. According to UNESCO “traditional craftsmanship is perhaps the  most … Continue reading