INCULTUM: Visiting the margins

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PROMOTER's role

Promoter is responsible of dissemination and of effective framework and mechanisms for spreading awareness of project activities and outcomes. 

The main tool to implement the project's Communication and Dissemination Plan is the creation of the project's website which will be keep costantly updated with news, initiatives and data collected; accompanied by a project's blog hosted on www.digitalmeetsculture.net.

Antonella Fresa is the Network Coordinator. 

 

Project profile 

INCULTUM - Visiting the margins

INnovative CULtural ToUrisM in European peripheries

The INCULTUM project deals with the challenges and opportunities of cultural tourism with the aim of furthering sustainable social, cultural and economic development. It will explore the full potential of marginal and peripheral areas when managed by local communities and stakeholders. Innovative participatory approaches are adopted, transforming locals into protagonists, able to reduce negative impacts, learning from and improving good practices to be replicated and translated into strategies and policies.

  • 15 partners: an interdisciplinary group of partners including academia, municipalities and SMEs will deploy effectively knowledge and participate in the various project’s activities
  • 10 local pilots: pilot cases of living territories and communities are investigated and, on the basis of the findings, innovative customised solutions are co-created.
  • Synergies: INCULTUM fosters intercultural understanding through the implementation of bottom-up strategies that can have positive effects for both locals and tourists.

Financed by the H2020 programme of the European Union.

 

Partners

  • University of Granada, Spain (Coordinator)
  • Matej Bel University, Slovakia
  • Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Promoter S.r.l., Italy
  • SDU – University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
  • University of Pisa, Italy
  • Uppsala University, Sweden
  • G.A.L Elimos, Italy
  • Eachtra Archaeological Projects, Ireland
  • Bibracte, France
  • The High Mountains cooperative, Greece
  • Centre for the Research and Promotion of Historical-Archaeological Albanian Landscapes, Albania
  • University of Algarve, Portugal
  • Provincial Tourism Board of Granada, Spain
  • Municipality of Permet, Albania

 

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UNCHARTED-CULTURE

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Promoter is Task leader for establish an effective framework and mechanisms for spreading awareness of project activities and outcomes. 

It draws out knowledge and best practice and disseminates it to its target users, employing a range of different methods.
The implementation of the project's Communication and Dissemination Plan is realised by the creation of an online portal and a project's website which will be keep costantly updated with news, initiatives and data collected.

 

 

The UNCHARTED project is a research and innovation action about understanding, capturing and fostering the societal value of culture.

In recent decades, with the growing emphasis on the creative economy, culture has tended to be increasingly seen in political circles under the exclusive lens of the economy and its contribution to it. To counteract this tendency, it is necessary to define the social values associated with culture on a different basis from the traditional one. The work focuses on the valuation practices of the actors involved in cultural life. In this respect, three areas and three types of fundamental actors in the value dynamics of culture are distinguished:

  • the field of cultural participation, in which citizenship is the protagonist
  • the field of cultural production and heritage, where the professionals of creation and preservation are the ones who take the initiative
  • the field of cultural administration, in which it is the experts and politicians who decide.

These are the starting point to structure the study of the different aspects involved in this evaluative dynamic: the emergence of values, the configuration of a value order and the political impulse of values.

Objectives

  • To examine the key factors in shaping the values of culture in Europe: gender and rising diversity; urbanization and social and spatial segregation in cities; globalisation and digitisation; neo-liberalism; and the European historical and political experience
  • To identify the plurality of values that emerge in cultural practices (economic values, public values and personal values) and to study them in different arenas of practices (cultural participation in live arts and culture and through media, cultural production and heritage management, cultural administration)
  • To understand the tensions relating to how different actors in the cultural field (i.e. citizens, professionals, public administrators) construct, measure, compare and rank the values they attribute to culture
  • To assess the strategies and effectiveness of cultural policy and institutions in taking full advantage of the potential benefits of culture for society.

Partners

  • 1. Universitat de Barcelona (Coordination)
    2. Eötvös Loránd Tudomanyegyetem
    3. University of Coimbra
    4. University of Bologna
    5. Telemark Research Institute
    6. CNRS
    7. University of Porto
    8. Goldsmiths, University of London
    9. Promoter

 

INCULTUM: Visiting the margins

Incultumlogo-200x128
 
 
Project official site:
 
Blog:
 

PROMOTER's role

Promoter is responsible of dissemination and of effective framework and mechanisms for spreading awareness of project activities and outcomes. 

The main tool to implement the project's Communication and Dissemination Plan is the creation of the project's website which will be keep costantly updated with news, initiatives and data collected; accompanied by a project's blog hosted on www.digitalmeetsculture.net.

Antonella Fresa is the Network Coordinator. 

 

Project profile 

INCULTUM - Visiting the margins

INnovative CULtural ToUrisM in European peripheries

The INCULTUM project deals with the challenges and opportunities of cultural tourism with the aim of furthering sustainable social, cultural and economic development. It will explore the full potential of marginal and peripheral areas when managed by local communities and stakeholders. Innovative participatory approaches are adopted, transforming locals into protagonists, able to reduce negative impacts, learning from and improving good practices to be replicated and translated into strategies and policies.

  • 15 partners: an interdisciplinary group of partners including academia, municipalities and SMEs will deploy effectively knowledge and participate in the various project’s activities
  • 10 local pilots: pilot cases of living territories and communities are investigated and, on the basis of the findings, innovative customised solutions are co-created.
  • Synergies: INCULTUM fosters intercultural understanding through the implementation of bottom-up strategies that can have positive effects for both locals and tourists.

Financed by the H2020 programme of the European Union.

 

Partners

  • University of Granada, Spain (Coordinator)
  • Matej Bel University, Slovakia
  • Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Promoter S.r.l., Italy
  • SDU – University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
  • University of Pisa, Italy
  • Uppsala University, Sweden
  • G.A.L Elimos, Italy
  • Eachtra Archaeological Projects, Ireland
  • Bibracte, France
  • The High Mountains cooperative, Greece
  • Centre for the Research and Promotion of Historical-Archaeological Albanian Landscapes, Albania
  • University of Algarve, Portugal
  • Provincial Tourism Board of Granada, Spain
  • Municipality of Permet, Albania

 

PAGODE

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https://photoconsortium.net/pagode/

PROMOTER's role

Promoter s.r.l. is responsible for the dissemination, communication and outreach tasks, and supports the coordinator for project's monitoring.

 

 

Project profile

PAGODE is a EU project funded under the CEF Telecom programme, running until 2021 and dedicated to enriching and improving Europeana, the European platform for digital cultural heritage. The PAGODE consortium is led by the Italian Ministry of Economic Development and includes both public and private institutions.

PAGODE will digitize at the highest levels of quality and opennes ca. 10.000 cultural heritage objects witnessing the relationships that intercoursed between Europe and China across centuries. Additionally, PAGODE will provide crowdsourced tags on ca. 2.000 existing records in Europeana during an annotation pilot, and AI semantic enrichment on ca. 20.000 records that are already published. A photographic exhibition, to premiere in Pisa hosted by the Museo della Grafica in September 2021, will showcase stories and nice examples of Chinese cultural heritage in Europe. PAGODE is open to associate partners in joining the effort of showcasing Chinese cultural heritage objects in digital format.

The primary scope of the project is enriching Europeana, but a broader aim is to enable collaborations among European museums and archives, and to foster international relations with Chinese cultural heritage institutions. 

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