Following its work on the ILUCIDARE project on culture heritage led innovation and international relations KEA is pleased to announce its participation in ARCHE, an EU funded Horizon project that will develop a pan European framework for a holistic approach to Cultural Heritage Research and Innovation. ARCHE (Alliance for Research and Innovation in Cultural Heritage in Europe) is a strong consortium of 26 partners from 17 countries led by the Fondation des Sciences du Patrimoine (France). The 3-year project aims for cultural heritage to contribute to innovation in line with EU priorities to a climate neutral and green Europe. KEA’s main tasks relate to mapping R&I domains with European added-value, work on the development plan to build the Alliance and dissemination/promotion. The kick off meeting of the project is taking place in Paris on 29th September.
For more information on the project please contact Aleksandra Cwik-Mohanty : firstname.lastname@example.org
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