Can culture enhance the attractiveness of the territory?

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Date / Heure
Date(s) - 23-24 May 2019
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Emplacement
Avrieux - France


 

Two Franco-Italian INTERREG Alcotra projects are co-organising a living-lab event on cultural heritage: FEAST (Universities of Savoie Mont Blanc and Valle d’Aosta) and CORPO LINKS CLUSTER (Malraux Scène Nationale USMB, Dislivelli, Torinodanza)

 

Topic

This 2 day event  aims at bringing together local actors, inhabitants, academics and students to co-create innovative ideas on the use of culture as a lever for developing territorial attractiveness. Discussions will be focused on how to reinforce the attractiveness of the territories by diversifying the tourist offer through culture, promote the economic, cultural and social development of mountain territories and making culture accessible to local communities in rural mountain areas in France and Italy.

 

Programme and logistic

The event is opened to students, researchers, tourism professionnals, local authorities (regions, municipalities) and actors involved in similar projects in France, Switzerland or Italy.

The event will be hosted in one of the forts of the Essaillon barrier, the Redoute Marie-Thérèse located in the municipality of Avrieux.

You can find the detailed programme and registration area here.

 

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