EUSDR presents the project CultPlatForm_21

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EUSDR presents the project CultPlatForm_21

Posted by webadmin, Friday, 26th July 2019 @ 12:37 pm
EUSDR presents the project CultPlatForm_21
EUSDR presents the project CultPlatForm_21

In its special week's story, the EUSDR presented Cultplatform_21 – the Danube Culture Platform. The project was financed by the Danube Transnational Programme and finished its implementation at the end of June. It contributes to the EUSDR culture&tourism’s targets, by working against forgetting and creating awareness of cultural diversity and history in the Danube Region.

By using new technologies and artistic means, Cultplatform_21, contribute to conveying historic places and events in a contemporary way. The project sought a response to multiple themes: the interpretation of historic places and events in a contemporary way (culture), the experience of culture (international audience/ tourists) and the development of new destinations along the Danube (tourism).

Under the heading “Heritage Reloaded” and according to the concept of making the invisible visible, Cultplatform_21 developed and implemented eight pilot projects to create spaces of remembrance. Using 3D applications for digital reconstructions renders lost history visible again and create distinct experiences of historic sites, as well as artistic interventions, allow encounter and exchange with hidden cultural heritage.

By creating a Policy Learning Platform, the core outcome of the project, as cultural policy network of the project partners to enhance cooperation between culture and tourism and think tank of stakeholders from EUSDR countries, Cultplatform_21 contributes to expand cultural routes. The Policy Learning Platform follows an interdisciplinary approach and it is an active contribution to the EUSDR.

One key result of the Danube Culture Platform was to develop strategies for cultural routes. The most important outcome of the working meetings and conferences was the development of the “Interpretation Framework for the Cultural Routes Based on Hidden Heritage in the Danube Region” and the proposal of “Themes for the Prolongation of European Cultural Routes”.

All 19 project partners from 8 countries in the Danube Region understood the importance of history for future generations and joined their efforts towards the culture of remembrance to raise awareness of cultural diversity and history.

You can learn about all the project's outcomes on its website and facebook pages.