Tag: participatory approaches

The first ESACH Talks series: people and heritage. In partnership with Europa Nostra

  Last call to participate in the first ESACH Talk series that will be held online tomorrow, October 6, in partnership with Europa Nostra. The event is planned as an interactive, very fast event (about 45 minutes) during which young … Continue reading


ESACH talks! people and heritage

The ESACH (European Student’s Association for Cultural Heritage) is an international network of European students and young professionals working within cultural heritage. It was established in 2017, on the occasion of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, to highlight … Continue reading


The new international project “Reconnecting With Your Culture”

The edA (Esempi di Architettura Internationale Research Center) together with UNESCO University and Heritage activated a new international project titled “Reconnecting With Your Culture” in order to bring the younger generations closer to the theme of cultural heritage. The concept from … Continue reading


The European Heritage Days Stories

The European Heritage Days Call for European Heritage Days Stories is one of the key initiatives within the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH) 2018 and aims to identify the European Dimension of heritage sites and heritage work undertaken by … 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


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


Idrija 2020 promotes HeritageHack , the hackathon for cultural Heritage.

The Idrija 2020 Association organized, from the 13th to the 15th March, a 3-day hackathon for cultural Heritage called HeritageHack. The Association was founded in 2012 when 5 professionals, highly educated and native to Idrija, rethought the cultural heritage of … 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