- The theme of the webinar was 'Community-led and innovative entrepreneurship for circular cultural tourism'
The Be.CULTOUR project, focused on enhancing cultural heritage and landscape values for sustainable cultural tourism, is unfolding a series of webinars to boost peer learning among its Community of Interest and other followers. Given that Be.CULTOUR and INCULTUM established a cooperation … Continue reading →
- The survey will include ontology network and competency questions on musical cultural heritage.
Polifonia is a project funded by the EU Horizon 2020 Programme that will recreate the connections between music, people, places and events from the sixteenth century to the modern day. These findings will be available to everyone as an interconnected … Continue reading →
- Both projects are focused on the promotion of lesser-known areas, so that visitors can discover hidden heritage sites, rural museums and heritage stories, generating benefits to the local enviroment.
INCULTUM and rurAllure projects recently established a collaboration agreement due to common themes, aims and actions. While rurAllure is more specifically focused on historical pilgrimage routes and INCULTUM expands to other types of lesser-known tourism, the promotion of cultural heritage … Continue reading →
text by prof. PhDr. Alexandra Bitušíková (Head of University Center for International Projects at Matej Bel University), images by Pietro Masi (Promoter s.r.l). Coordinated by Matej Bel University, the INCULTUM Pilot 3 Mining Treasures of Central Slovakia aims at supporting … Continue reading →
A QR code based trail was launched on the 23rd July to celebrate the Pattern Day for St Declan in Ardmore, West Waterford, Ireland. A design process run through the INCULTUM Pilot resulted in an A7 sized brochure with 8 … Continue reading →
Stemming from a conversation around the impact of funding on the heritage sector, the TWA Digitisation Grant has adapted and evolved over the years, responding directly to the real and current needs of the heritage organisations it seeks to support. … Continue reading →
Join 200+ museum colleagues from all over Europe to explore how museums can take action for the climate and a sustainable future during NEMO European Museum Conference 2023 “and… ACTION! Museums in the climate crisis”, that will take place in … Continue reading →
The Be.CULTOUR project, focused on enhancing cultural heritage and landscape values for sustainable cultural tourism, is launching a new series of webinars to boost peer learning among its Community of Interest and other followers. Given that Be.CULTOUR and INCULTUM established a cooperation … Continue reading →
text and images in this post courtesy of the project “From Intangible Expression to Digital Cultural Heritage”. After our first virtual meeting in Italy, this time we were welcomed by the “St. St. Cyril and Methodius” Primary School from 7th … Continue reading →
The first public event of EU funded project EUreka3D is organized by project coordinator Photoconsortium in Rome on 6th June 2023. The conference 3D in Cultural Heritage is integral part of the DHCH 2023 initiative on Data Science, and is … Continue reading →
The annual EGI 2023 conference gathers international scientific communities, computing and service providers, European projects, security experts, community managers, and policy makers, to share and discuss the recent trends of research in data-intensive processing and analytics forward. EGI is the … Continue reading →