ERASMUS+ KA1 COURSES
MUSEATER AND AUGMENTED CULTURAL HERITAGE
The course aims to provide the theoretical expertise, operating methods and innovative design tools for digital enhancement of heritage, as well as events of art and tangible and intangible culture. The course is open to all those interested at improving the educational experience of young or adult students in the cultural, environmental and artistic field.
The educational activities are set so as to always have four points of view: the scenery/context, the protagonist’s point of view (the engine of project activities), the challenger character’s perspective (someone who acts to modify or block the path of the project), the dialectical relationship between the protagonist and the challenger.
The participants are divided into 4 teams that rotate to take over the four major roles in the history during the ten days:
The participants will work together to design, co-create and present museatrical (museum+theatrical) representations of local heritage and traditions, developing theoretical and practical competences in the field of enhancement of the tangible and intangible cultural heritage through digital story-telling techniques, creation and sharing of open data, video-editing and graphic development, web-marketing and dramatic narration.
Welcome, getting to know each other, meeting with the members and users of the hosting organization, introduction to tangible and intangible cultural heritage.
Technologies and enabling technological systems: augmented reality, virtual reality, holograms. etc.
The digital Monument, how to involve the target group and the community.
Exploring the territory for hidden cultural treasures.
Project management, the theory of change in cultural initiatives
Guided tour of Umbrian medieval villages and natural sites.
Free (departure of participants attending the basic course).
Emotional, value and cultural journalism.
Co-creation of the subject, characters and plot of the stories.
Project work: development of a story in augmented reality for the hosting organization.
Preserving and valorizing the cultural heritage in the digital era, how to
get funds from the European Union. Presentation of financing programmes and case studies. Firewall party.
Departure of participants.
06-19 Mar 2017
12-25 Jun 2017
28 Aug-10 Sep 2017
06-19 Nov 2017
12-25 Mar 2018
11-24 Jun 2018
Course fee: € 700,00
HB SR: € 95,00/day
HB DR: € 80,00/day
FB SR: € 115,00/day
FB DR:€ 100,00/day
1 day guided tour included. Optional visits to Rome and Florence on request.
WE SUPPORT YOU
If you are interested in submitting a Erasmus+ KA1 project proposal, we support you in preparing and submitting the application to your National Agency.
We have developed a set of guidelines for the preparation of the KA1 e-form, which we provide with no additional fees.
All the activities and services are fully covered by the grant received by Erasmus+ if the project is approved.
WE ARE FLEXIBLE
We receive international students, teachers and staff during the whole year.
Courses are offered in three different editions and with different formats.
Each course is structured so that it is possible to attend the basic level (20 hours in 6 days) or the advanced level (40 hours in 12 days).
Courses are organized in March, June, September and November.
WE ARE CERTIFIED
EGInA is a training agency accredited at the Umbria Region for the provision of initial, continuous and permanent vocational training.
We certify every mobility experience with the release of Europass Mobility and a certificate of attendance (validated by the Umbria Region in case of advanced