Digital, #HackCultura is back, the hackathon for young people who are the most protagonists

Marinucci (DiCultHer): “Active involvement of our students on the themes of cultural heritage, digital and Europe

# HackCultura2022 is back, the hackathon of the most prominent students and to give cultural ownership and take charge of the cultural heritage of the territories, in the spirit of the Faro Convention and in the context of the digital Ventotene Manifesto. The appointment is for Friday 26 November in the weekly DiCultHer webinar of presentation of the ten # HackCultura2022 Challenges. The results will be announced in the Review of digital products made by schools, during the seventh edition of the ‘Antonio Ruberti’ Week of Digital Cultures to be held from 9 to 15 May 2022. At the center of the hackathon are the Faro Convention, the Conference on the Future of Europe, the new European Bauhaus, the Ventotene Digital Manifesto which “represent the objectives and the context of
this renewed cultural appointment to support the protagonism of our students and our students on the themes of cultural heritage, digital culture, Europe

explains Carmine Marinucci, General Secretary of DiCultHer

Marinucci points out that for DiCultHer and its partners, who up to now have taken on the responsibility of supporting the themes of ‘Digital Culture’, “this fourth edition of # HackCultura2022 represents relevant, unmissable opportunities for the active involvement of our girls and boys on cultural heritage, digital and Europe issues. Real spaces for dialogue and in-depth study with the world of schools to support a ‘Digital Culture’ through constant attention to innovation, to the themes of social inclusion, interculturality, sustainability and the contrast of prejudices towards differences of every kind, culture, age, origin, ability, skin color “.

Ten ‘Challenges’ contained in #HackCultura to convey the use and awareness of value of digital technologies for the protection, representation and enhancement of tangible and intangible cultural heritages and the goal is “to foster cultural ownership of Europe for a new ‘Megàle Hellàs’ that knows how to collect the extraordinary Italian and European cultural heritage, increasing it thanks to the creativity of its young people and enhancing it with the involvement of ‘heritage communities’ in the spirit of the Faro Convention “. But not only. With these projects, Marinucci observes that “he also wants to give an opportunity to hear our young people about what we expect from Europe tomorrow and how we can contribute to it “.