From 25th to 27th November, the CLIC Startup Competition took place as an online event marking the final step of an intensive work of the CLIC team to design and develop a capacity-building programme addressed to early-stage startups, informal teams and talented innovators working on a business idea for the adaptive reuse and enhancement of cultural heritage according to the circular economy model.
September: times of new beginnings, good intentions, new projects. Regenerated by the summer vacations, we feel full of vitality, with an unbridled desire to give a turn in our life and launch into new adventures. Here CLIC takes the field coming back to you with an important announcement for innovators, startuppers and entrepreneurs working in the cultural heritage field!
Re.LIGHT | Lights on Cultural Heritage Guided “rediscovery” of Cultural Heritage in the historic centre of Salerno
The Horizon 2020 project CLIC in collaboration with associations and companies of the Salerno area, organizes the event GentleHacking: Re.LIGHT | Cultural Heritage in Light which provides an alternative guided tour in the context of Luci d’Artista 2019/2020.
Within the UN Climate Change Conference, Saša Dobričič, representative of the University of Nova Gorica, was invited as speaker to the panel “A European criminal court to protect the environment and the health of citizens: a proposal to change Europe”.
European Quality principles for EU-funded interventions with potential impact upon Cultural Heritage
A key result of CLIC collaboration with the ICOMOS is represented by the publication of […]
In the framework of the CLIC EU Horizon 2020 project, UCL Institute of Finance and […]
Friday, December 7, the City of Morazzone, in the province of Varese (Italy), will host the Peer-to-peer Event Knowledge Exchange Platform on Cultural Heritage.
From 26 to 29 November, the Municipality of Salerno will host the second International Historic Urban Landscape workshop, a four-day session of the CLIC project.
Under the framework of H2020 research project CLIC, ICHEC welcomed four masters students to undertake their internship programme at ICHEC and abroad.
Within the CLIC project, WP1 deals with identifying the best practices on the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage. For this reason, a survey platform is developed and launched by TU/e with the help of Facility Live and CNR-IRISS. This first level survey aims to enable European Cities to supply their best practices and their necessary associated data.