Topic: Reach-culture

European Research & Innovation Days, join the virtual event!

European Research and Innovation Days bring together policymakers, researchers, entrepreneurs and citizens to debate and shape the future of research and innovation in Europe and beyond. This event, planned on 22-24 September, is the European Commission’s annual flagship event and … Continue reading


Designing Participation for Cultural Heritage: the digital gallery is online on the REACH website!

The REACH project is pleased to announce the launch of the digital posters&videos gallery , joined by innovative and engaging contributions coming from resilient communities and the European Cultural Heritage network of social participation as a whole. You can visit … Continue reading


Art Transfer, the new app to transform common life into artwork

The rapid shuttering of museums due to COVID-19 has had serious consequences; museums, to stay connected with audiences when they can’t physically visit collections, found new and unusual ways to bring together their public. So they have entered in the … Continue reading


Extended dead line for the REACH Call for Posters & Videos: your are still in time to participate!

This call is addressed to researchers, practitioners, professionals, citizens and in general to the representatives from the cultural heritage sector who are interested in promoting the value of cultural heritage and in supporting its public recognition. We welcome posters and … Continue reading


HeritageHack: in Idrija to tackle the challenges of cultural heritage!

From the 13th to the 15th March, in Idrija (Slovenia), the HeritageHack will take place. It is a 3-day hackathon for cultural Heritage, financed by European Commission and the Council of Europe, and organized by Idrija 2020 Association. This Association was … Continue reading


Remarkable outcomes for the REACH International Workshop on Rural Heritage

The last 26th November, the University of Granada, task leader of the Rural Heritage Pilot of the REACH project, held a Workshop on“Participatory Approaches for Territorial Cohesion”. Aim of the meeting was to investigate the value of participatory preservation of … Continue reading


Embedding engagement: participatory approaches to cultural heritage

The article, written by Prof. Neil Forbes and  Prof.  Silvana Colella (both from Coventry University,  REACH project coordinator and leader of the sustainability and resilience Work Package) went on-line last Saturday, in the Special Edition of the SCIRES-IT Journal titled … Continue reading


5th Biennial Conference of ACHS: “Futures”

The Association of Studies on Critical Heritage (ACHS) is an international networking  that brings together people of  the interdisciplinary field of heritage studies (researchers, scholars and professionals ) who are interested in contributing to a critical  analysis of the role … Continue reading


The art to connect people “The Chronicles of San Francisco”

With his digital mural “ The Chronicles of San Francisco” the French artist JR tryied to capture a whole city. The mural,107 feet long and 16 feet tall, is installed in a ground-floor gallery free to the public at the … Continue reading


Good practices from the Rural Heritage Pilot: MEMOLab campaign “recovery of historic irrigation channels”

MEMOLab laboratory of the University of Granada, in the framework of REACH project, continues the planning and implementation of events dedicated to the recovery and use of historical irrigation systems. Also this year the “recovery of historic irrigation channels” campaign … Continue reading