The Horizon 2020 Be.CULTOUR project is glad to announce the International Conference on "Cultural Tourism Advances", that will be held on 27-28 June 2023 at KU Leuven, Belgium, together with other five EU funded H2020 research and innovation projects.
Last June 2022 the National Research Council of Italy hosted the side-event of the New European Bauhaus Festival “Energy, Beauty, Participation: Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse as driver of Circular Regeneration and Sustainable Regional Development”.
The event recordings are now available on the Be.CULTOUR YouTube channel.
Text and image courtesy of Joao Martins, UNINOVA Lisbon.
A new co-creation workshop will be held in Perugia, Italy next January 2023, with the cooperation of the Chamber of Commerce of Umbria region and SviluppUmbria, transfer partner of the BeCULTOUR project, and under the coordination of Mirabilia with Iniziativa Cube, CNR and Destination Makers.
The BeCULTOUR project is launching a new series of webinars to boost peer learning among its Community of Interest and other followers. Various experts and on-field stakeholders will be invited to present and discuss their innovative ideas, their progress and their challenges concerning cultural tourism and beyond.
Meet Destination Makers - Harnessing the potential of circular cultural tourism through targeted branding strategies
Destination Makers is a boutique consulting company active since 2014 with the aim to enhance, promote and motivate destinations through shared paths with local communities and according to the latest market trends, with the aim of generating a real impact on territories.
Voices from the local workshops
Local Workshops constitute a core element of the Be.CULTOUR co-creation process, enabling stakeholders of the Heritage Innovation Networks to meet, exchange and gradually co- develop Action Plans for circular cultural tourism in each Pilot.
Three Pilots sent us their comments and opinions on the co-creation processes for the Be.CULTOUR Local Action Plans.