Tag: citizen participation

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

– How can museums avoid the trap of “freezing” intangible cultural heritage in time by integrating it into more static collections? – How may we assure that heritage practitioners and communities are sufficiently being heard in display settings? – What … 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


HERItage International Conference: March 11-13, 2020 Opatija (Rijeka), Croatia

The University of Rijeka, one of the largest and the most cosmopolitan city in the country, concurrently the 2020 European Capital of Culture, is pleased to welcome you to this three-day HERItage conference organized under the auspices of the Ministry … Continue reading


Sparkling February for Photoconsortium! We are all invited to join the final appointments of We Are#EuropeForCulture and Kaleidoscope projects!

Photoconsortium, REACH project Associate Partner, in the framework of its activity for the promotion of citizen engagement in culture and preservation of societal memory, is happy to share with the REACH community  these glowing events which represent the final milestones … Continue reading


Culture Moves project: Dance (Algo)Rhythms

The CultureMoves research team of the C-DaRE center of Coventry University – Sarah Whatley, Rosa Cisneros and Marie-Louise Crawley – participated in the  ‘Moving Culture: Tourism, Dance and Digital Storytelling’, organised by the Culture Moves project in Pisa. Key stakeholders from … Continue reading


2020 March – Documentation Strategies in (Archaeological) Open-Air Museums

What’s an open-air museum? What is it for? How can it be preserved? Open-air museums are the faithful reconstruction of medieval villages. Starting from the discovery of (pre)history archaeological sites and architectural sources, experts and professionals are able to recreate … Continue reading


REACH at “Citizen participation and the changing meaning & value of cultural heritage across Europe” Workshop

The 29th November, in Brussels, KIK-IRPA and FARO held a workshop titled “Citizen participation and the changing meaning & value of cultural heritage across Europe”. The event was one of the outcomes of the Action Programme 2016-2019 related to the … Continue reading


PLUGGY final event “Europeans to become online heritage curators”

Pluggy, the Pluggable Social Platform for Heritage Awareness and Participation, is a 3 year EC funded project with the aim to involve actively the whole society in cultural heritage.   The platform provides innovative tools and apps (i.e. 3D audio, … Continue reading


Stuart Semple tranforms Denver in a HAPPY CITY

“We live in a time where public space is threatened, and people seem to be more atomized and isolated than ever. I’ve always had this radical idea that could be used to bring people together … “ These are the … Continue reading