PresentationHackcamp on Cultural Heritage, Inland Tourism and Sustainability
Hackcamp on Cultural Heritage, Inland Tourism and Sustainability

Hackcamp on Cultural Heritage, Inland Tourism and Sustainability

Hackcamp on Cultural Heritage, Inland Tourism and Sustainability.
22-23 November 2021. Headquarters of the International University of Andalusia. Baeza, Jaén (Spain).

Dr. Ana García López was commissioned to participate in Strand 02: “Crafts, practices and knowledge: exploring new ways of development and survival in the digital era” to discuss with stakeholders like designers, administration staff and crafters some strategies and ways to develop sustainable crafts in the digital era.

The context was a dynamic activity organized by the Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage and the collective ZEMOS98 S.C.A. included as part of the project “Cultural and Natural Heritage in Andalusia: sustainable management of tourism, heritage recovery and tourism, heritage recovery and socio-economic transfer” led by the Campus of International Excellence in Heritage PATRIMONIUMIUM S.C.A. in Heritage PATRIMONIUM10, approved within the RIS3 project initiative.

Hackcamps are meetings for the collective creation and prototyping of solutions, in our case, with a focus on cultural heritage, inland tourism and sustainability. cultural heritage, inland tourism and sustainability.


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