Topic: reach-culture news

REACH Final conference Cancelled!

Due to the movement restriction measures adopted by all European Countries to avoid the spread of Covid 19 pandemic, the REACH Project decided to cancel its final conference planned for the 4-5 June 2020 in Pisa. However, the Consortium is … Continue reading


New booklet of ROCK: how can cultural heritage be accessible to everyone?

The accessibility allows to fully live in the city and to fully understand and experiment with it, but, how can Cultural Heritage be accessible to everyone? The third booklet of ROCK project, published last February, addresses this question. The urban … Continue reading


Effects of COVID-19 on the European Culture and Creative Industries

The European Creative Business Network (ECBN),  an advocacy institution for the European culture and creative industries, denounced the economic impact due the spread of the corona virus on the cultural and creative industries (CCIs). The entire sector seems to be … Continue reading


How are European museums managing COVID-19?

NEMO, the Network of European Museum Organisations, represents the museum community of the Council of Europe member states . Since its founding, in 1992, it promots the work of museums and their value to policy makers and provide museums with … Continue reading


International Workshop: Building together the future of heritage sites in the Balkans

The municipality of Vau i Dejës is committed to a project to create a regional natural park in order to enhance the diversity of Komani heritage resources (landscape, archaeology, vernacular heritage, etc.). Based on Komani case study and on the … Continue reading


Participatory activity of Rural Heritage pilot

Saturday 15 February 2020 in Sorbas, Almería (Spain), MEMOLab, REACH project and local associations had collaborate in the cleanliness of Fuente de los Caños. This monumental fountain, abandoned decades ago, gave water to the town and was used as a … Continue reading


Roma Heritage:the case study of the REACH project

Last 19 February, Dr György Eszter, interviewed by the “HALLGATOI MAGAZINE” reported her direct experience in carrying on the case study of the minority heritage pilot within the REACH project. Dr György, presented a global overview of the objectives, initiatives … Continue reading


Museums and intangible heritage: towards a third space in the heritage sector

On February 26, the Intangible Cultural Heritage Project will hold its final symposium in Brussels. The conference aims to draft the conclusions of the cognitive and investigative activities started in 2017 and developed through a series of meetings all focused … Continue reading


CultureMoves MOOC “Creating a Digital Cultural Heritage Community”

The MOOC “Creating a Digital Cultural Heritage Community” is now open for registrations. Here students can learn more about how to create a community for digital cultural heritage through innovative practices for user engagement:  https://www.edx.org/course/creating-a-digital-cultural-heritage-community. Developed in collaboration with the Kaleidoscope … Continue reading


The LabDays of CultureMoves

In December 2019 and January 2020, the CultureMoves team held its final project LabDays, working with a range of choreographers, dance artists and dance students across the West Midlands region. On 2nd December 2019, a CultureMoves LabDay co-ordinated in conjunction … Continue reading