Cultural landscapes can be understood in many perspectives and what they share is the material and intangible consequences of humanity’s interaction with the landscape in a broad variety of different areas and contents. The issues motivating this strategic partnership build on the experiences and competencies of the partners and rest in a number of issues such as:
- how to organise stakeholders into a sustainable governance structures;
- how to identify, describe and interpret material and intangible properties of the landscape;
- how to develop strategies for valuation, preservation, development; and
- how to develop sustainable local economies out of identified qualities of the landscape.
The objective of this partnership is through a number of case studies approach these issues as inroads to development of courses and didactic resources to be used on master’s level.
Program October 12
10:00-12:00 Presentation of the Landsupport software and its functionalities
13:00-16:00 Workshop: working with and discussion on some of the functions
To register contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com
You are invited to join the following three on-line conferences with SUMCULA partners, for developing the resources in education, research and in the territory of sustainable cultural landscapes.
October 12: on the Land support software: applications for SUMCULA
November 16: on case studies and the virtual didactic material (‘the SUMCULA Book’)
December 14: on the MSc framework for cooperating in Sustainable Management of Cultural Landscapes