Space4CC announces an upcoming webinar "Impact of War on Cultural Heritage Studies in Ukraine: Capturing Changes, Exploring Tools" on December 20, 2023, from 10:00 to 11:15 (Kyiv time). Hosted by Kateryna Boichenko, with Bente Lilja Bye and Katerina Zourou, the webinar will explore how Ukrainian higher education institutions adapt their programs during Russia's war. The webinar is intended for academics, cultural heritage professionals, students, and anyone interested in the role of higher education in preserving cultural heritage amid war. It's an essential session for those looking to understand the dynamic interplay between conflict, cultural heritage, and education.
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On November 24, 2023, Kateryna Boichenko, representing the Space4CC team, will give a talk at the online conference “Culture in Modern and Contemporary Times: Research, Preservation, Socialization” that is hosted by the Institute of Balkan Studies and the Center of Tracology of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, the A.Y. Krymsky Institute of oriental studies at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University and the Kharkiv State Academy of Culture. Read more
To expand Data4UA reach and engage with a broader audience and key stakeholders, the Data4UA Ukrainian team has just introduced the project's Facebook page. This social platform is widely used by Ukrainian higher education professionals and heritage experts. We encourage you to follow us for the latest updates!
On November 1, Data4UA project kicked off with the aim of enhancing data-driven cultural heritage management in Ukraine. This 18-month project, running from November 1, 2023, to April 30, 2025, brings together a dynamic consortium of partners, including the Institute of Literature, Folklore, and Art at the University of Latvia in the role of a coordinator (Latvia), Lviv Polytechnic National University (Ukraine), Space4CC (Greece/Norway), and the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia). The project is supported by the European Union's Erasmus+ program. Read more
Kick-off meeting in Athens
On November 1, the Data4UA project team held the project's kick-off meeting in Athens. The session included both in-person attendance and remote participation. The agenda centered on a thorough examination of the project's objectives, strategies, and crucial milestones.
We are looking forward to making a meaningful impact on the safeguarding of Ukrainian cultural heritage through the collaborative efforts of the Data4UA project!