Topic: INCULTUM News

Recovering abandoned spaces in the rural area near Granada

text and images courtesy of Elena Correa Jiménez (University of Granada). Following the work for recovering the area that was initiated on Pilot site in January, the students of the Rural Public School “SENED” of Jérez del Marquesado were involved … Continue reading


Fieldwork and expected outcomes for INCULTUM Pilot at Grand Site de France Bibracte-Mont Beuvray

All images courtesy of Bibracte. A special session of the “rural tracks working group” was organized on January 24 2022, gathering around 25 local elected and volunteer residents of the 12 villages of the Bibracte – Mont Beuvray Grand Site … Continue reading


INCULTUM presented as Experience of Participation at Information Day – Horizon Europe

Project coordinator José María Martín Civantos will present the INCULTUM experience at an Information Day – Horizon Europe Cluster 2: Culture, creativity and inclusive society, within the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2021-2027. The presentation is entitled Experience of … Continue reading


INCULTUM Data Workshop: measuring the impact of cultural tourism

INCULTUM project is pleased to announce its first public event, in the framework of the research conducted based on data analysis. The results of this work are expected to provide insights on how to design effective and sustainable cultural policy … Continue reading


Collaboration established between INCULTUM and IMPACTOUR for synergies in cultural tourism

The EU-funded IMPACTOUR project is connecting Cultural Tourism stakeholders and researchers, envisaging new approaches and methods that will support European Cultural Tourism, reinforce a feeling of belonging, value minority cultures and promote Europeanisation. IMPACTOUR is coordinated by Uninova – Instituto … Continue reading


Recovering abandoned spaces at the Dry Stone Balates School, Jérez del Marquesado (Granada)

text and images courtesy of Elena Correa Jiménez (University of Granada). On the 29th and 30th of January 2022, the “Escuela de Balates” (dry-stone balates school) took place in the municipality of Jérez del Marquesado, Granada. More than 70 people … Continue reading


Collaboration established for synergies in cultural tourism, between INCULTUM and CREATOUR Observatory

The CREATOUR Observatory – Observatory on culture and tourism for local development is an initiative coordinated by the Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra. It focuses on 3 thematic fields: 1) Ecologies of Culture and Creativity; 2) … Continue reading


INCULTUM and TExTOUR join forces

Cultural tourism is about managing cultural heritage and tourism in an integrated way. It’s about working with local communities to create benefits for everyone involved, and this helps preserve tangible and intangible cultural heritage while developing tourism. It is a … Continue reading


Tourer.it expands with new itineraries about the city of Bologna

Tourer.it is based on an interactive map of the Emilia-Romagna region, which localizes precisely architectural heritage and landscapes in the area, offering significant information on the sites that have been searched and pinpointed on the map. Thanks to the collaboration … 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