Welcome to JPI on Cultural Heritage


DCH2017 International Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Cultural Heritage August 30 – September 1, 2017

First announcement   The conference is open for contributions that cover technical challenges as well as strategic guidance. Key messages relating to the impact of new technologies and processes on cultural heritage are especially welcome.   Our special aims:   raise awareness in Society, Science, and Technology fields about importance of… continue reading →

JOINT COMMUNICATION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL. Towards an EU strategy for international cultural relations

The EC has recently released a significant document signed by the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, and addressed to the European Parliament and the Council, which proposes a strategic approach towards cultural diplomacy. The document draws attention on the need, now more than… continue reading →

JPI CH at the European Culture Forum 2016

The JPI CH participated to the European Culture Forum held in Brussels on 19-20 April 2016. The event organized by the European Commission was a relevant occasion for gathering diverse dimensions working in the wide field of culture. Key players and policy makers highlighted the great contribution of culture to… continue reading →

2018 – The European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH)

The European Commission – DG Education and Culture – announced its proposal for making 2018 as the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH). The decision has an enormous significance for the future of all European institutions and networks working in support of cultural heritage, and amongst all, the JPI CH…. continue reading →

PROJECTS ON ACTION – A collection of news from the research projects granted within the JPI CH joint calls.

ArCo: Project closure and participation to WOAM Conference In April, the JPI Pilot project Ageing Study of Treated Composite Archaeological Waterlogged Artefacts (ArCo) finished. For two years, scientists and conservators from Denmark, France, Italy and Norway worked together to improve the conservation of wooden objects containing unstable salts, especially iron… continue reading →

GPC meetings, Brussels

The last GPC meetings held in Brussels on 29 April and 14 June were very important for understanding what the future of JPIs will be. In particular in the second one, the new Working Group (WG) of the GPC “GPC Working Group on the Long Term Strategy of Joint Programming”… continue reading →