|Title||The REACH project
Re-designing access to cultural heritage for a wider participation in preservation, (re-)use and management of european culture
|Creator||Nicola Alfarano, Elisa Debernardi, Antonella Fresa, Francesca Melani, Elena Pardini|
|Subject||Study on participatory approaches on cultural heritage|
|Description||The REACH social Platform brings together relevant heritage stakeholders’ representatives including research communities, heritage practitioners from public or private cultural institutions and organisations as well as policy-makers at European, national, regional or local levels. Based on a focused, critical mapping of existing research and practice, the objective of the social platform is to develop an understanding of the challenges and opportunities for research and innovation in the participatory preservation, (re)use and management of cultural heritage.
The project identifies theoretical participatory models and tests them in the practice through four thematic pilots in order to propose the adoption of an integrated model of resilient European cultural heritage milieux
|Publisher||EVA Florence 2020 Conference|
|Format||PDF, 715 kB|
|Rights Management||Copyright according to Creative Commons license CC BY, unless otherwise stated. Terms on https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0.