HILAR – Integrated Methodologies to Historical Landscapes Recording: Participatory Approaches.

TEACHING PROGRAMME ON CULTURAL HERITAGE - ERASMUS+ KA 2

HILAR – INTEGRATED METHODOLOGIES TO HISTORICAL LANDSCAPES RECORDING: PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES


The objective of this project is to create and apply an innovative, immersive and participatory teaching programme on Cultural Heritage, particularly on the recording, study and management of historical landscapes understood as a systemic and diachronic product of humanity. The project is also rooted in the European Union’s cultural policies on cultural democracy and participation as it will be carried out in collaboration with local experts, associations, museums and institutions being one of its scopes the promotion of activities which can help economic, social and cultural local development.

Project Coordinator: University of Zagreb, Croatia. prof Miljenko Jurkovic, Department of Art History – Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Partners:

- University of Padua, Italy. prof. Alexandra Chavarria, Department of Cultural Heritage: Archaeology and History of Art, Cinema and Music.

- University of Clermont Ferrand, France. prof. Pascale Chevalier, Department of History of art and Archaeology.

- The Cyprus Institute. prof. Nikolas Bakirtzis, STARC.