Topic: Reach-culture

DCDC2018 Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities / Memory and Transformation

About the conference Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities is a collaborative conference series between The National Archives and Research Libraries UK. Now in its sixth year, DCDC brings together colleagues from across the archive, library, museum and academic sectors to explore shared … Continue reading


Scintille: Sequence of lectures dedicated to the topic of technological innovation

Doppiozero, the non-profit web magazine, presents a programme of meetings dedicated to the theme of technological innovation. Each session will last about two hours during which a speaker will introduce to the audience a “Spark”,  in other words an idea, … Continue reading


WATIFY: Inspire to Transform

WATIFY: Inspire to Transform takes place on 2 May at DNK – Space for Contemporary Dance and Performance, National Palace of Culture (Sofia, Bulgaria) and is organised by WATIFY, an awareness-raising campaign funded by the European Commission to stimulate the … Continue reading


Last call: TEMA+ European Territories-Heritage and Development Erasmus Mundus joint master degree

          The application for the TEMA+ European Territories: Heritage and Development EMJMD with an Erasmus Mundus scholarship is still open until the 31st of March 2018. Do you speak English and French? Do you want to … Continue reading


REACH at “Innovation and Cultural Heritage” conference in Brussels

A Horizon 2020 conference of The European Year of Cultural Heritage was  organised in Brussels by the European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, in close cooperation with the Directorates General for Education and Culture and for Communications Networks, … Continue reading


“ARE YOU READY TO PARTICIPATE?” Communicating the Museum’s 20th edition

Today’s museums are working towards being more inclusive, encouraging participation and a greater diversity of audiences, ideas and perspectives. The main challenges remain as museums strive to meet with their audiences in genuinely participatory ways. The pressure is on museums … Continue reading


REACH project at conference/workshop “Cultural heritage, social cohesion and place attachment” in Budapest

Organized by the Hungarian Academy of Science, Centre for Social Science / Institute of Sociology, an important event took place in Budapest on 20-21 March. Following the opening talk by Melanie K. Smith (entitled “New Insights into Cultural heritage and Sense … Continue reading


REACH Opening Conference: Call for Posters

The opening conference of the REACH project will be held the 10th and 11th of May 2018 in Budapest organized by ELTE University, Eötvös Loránd Tudomanyegyetem and kindly hosted by the Hungarian National Museum. A poster/video session will be opened … Continue reading


Annual cleaning of the medieval irrigation channel of Barjas

On Saturday 17th of February, the University of Granada, together with the local irrigators community, organised the annual cleaning of the medieval irrigation channel of Barjas and of the branch La Hijuela, surrounding Cáñar. In this fieldwork activity took part … Continue reading


Small towns in promotion of their cultural heritage: possibilities and experiences

The project team in Prague has organized the first meeting of the REACH network of associate partners. The event took place on February 15th and was arranged in the format of a one-day workshop that was intended to prepare ground … Continue reading