Bienal AR&PA

This weekend, the 13th edition of the Bienal Ibérica de Patrimonio Cultural AR&PA [Iberian Cultural Heritage Biennial] is taking place at the University of Valladolid, a space for meeting and debate on cultural heritage.

The EcoHeritage Project is represented by the communication “Empowering ecomuseums with digital tools for highlighting the social role of museums in rural areas The EcoHeritage case study”, presented by Leandro França, Marcelo Murta, Nathália Pamio and Jorge Contreras, in session II of XII Congreso Internacional AR&PA.

For more information: https://bienalarpa.es/.

Full program: https://bienalarpa.es/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/ARPA_2022_ok.pdf

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