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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


Watch the new video of the Saint George on a Bike project

Cultural heritage professionals aim to improve the way we understand paintings by generating descriptions of them. However, since millions of cultural objects have been created throughout history, completing such a task seems impossible, but only for humans. The goal of … Continue reading


Creative Tourism, Regenerative Development and Destination Resilience

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE  Many are the hurdles and dilemmas confronting the tourism industry in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the epicenter of a global upheaval which has exacerbated the already impending threats of the environmental and climate crisis. As … Continue reading


I&R Image and Research conference

I&R Image and Research, the benchmark event for professionals in photography and audiovisual heritage, is organized in the 17th edition in November 2022 by the Centre for Image Research and Diffusion (CRDI) of the Girona City Council and the Association … Continue reading


EuroMed2022: Digital Cultural Heritage Documentation, Preservation and Protection

The international conference EuroMed 2022 will be held in Cyprus from the 31st October until the 4th November 2022. The event, announced by the newly established UNESCO and European Research Area (ERA) Chairs on Digital Heritage, is dedicated on Digital … Continue reading


Cultural Mapping and Connecting with Place – summer school

Cultural mapping as a methodology and paradigm holds tremendous power to create conditions for change by bringing communities together in new ways to co-create new knowledge and understanding. At its core, cultural mapping aims to make visible the ways that … Continue reading


3D reconstructions for storytelling and understanding

This webinar explored some of the ways that 3D reconstructions are being used for story telling and to aid understanding. Two speakers gave short presentations: Catherine Anne Cassidy, Open Virtual Worlds team, University of St Andrews, ‘Dissemination methods for 3D … 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


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 was a virtual event with a large programme of keynotes, presentations, workshops … Continue reading