About CulMe-WeOnCT

Culture in the Mediterranean and Europe – Weaving on Common Threads” (CulMe-WeOnCT ) project focuses on the valorization of the common historical and cultural heritage of four countries of the Eastern Mediterranean area (Greece, Italy, Egypt and Jordan) through the exploitation of new technologies, in a way ensuring the promotion of mutual understanding and dialogue.

Through CulMe-WeOnCT activities, the common historical origins of those cultural elements that are still influential in the current lifestyle of the partner countries are revealed, enhanced and promoted. The Greek-Roman culture and its influences on the Eastern Mediterranean area are on the spot.

Therefore, a research will reveal the common historical background of the partner countries, focusing in two eras of their common heritage: During the first three centuries after the death of Alexander the Great (323 -30 B.C.E) and during the three centuries C.E. when Rome established its dominance in the Mediterranean, developing in parallel, the cultural affiliation with Greece.

Tool for the promotion of the findings will be a DVD including a documentary with 3-dimension enactments of the Greek-Roman assets. Schools, universities, museums, cultural and other relevant bodies will receive the DVD and be encouraged to creatively build on it.

Raising wide awareness, the documentary will be presented in TV and one wide, open to the public, conference will be held. For the viability of the project, the partners will seek to create network and various initiatives promoting the common culture of this Eastern Mediterranean area.

Partnership

CulMe-WeOnCT project includes the following bodies from Egypt, Greece, Italy and Jordan:

Beneficiary: Interbalkan Institute for Public Administration – Greece

Partners:

  1. Institute for Balkan Studies – Greece

  2. Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria and the Mediterranean Research Center – Egypt

  3. Yarmouk University – Jordan

  4. New Cultural Proposals Foundation – Italy

  5. Municipality of Catanzaro – Italy

Project outputs

  • One study with findings from researches in each partner area upon monuments, museums, architectural projects, archaeological sites, literature, folklore (tradition and customs), philosophy, literature, historical persons, which give evidence of Greek-Roman influence.

  • Production of DVD including a documentary and 3D re-enactments of assets identified by the researches.

  • TV presentation of the documentary

  • One wide, open to the public, conference

Expected results

  • Promotion and increased knowledge of the common Greek-Roman historical heritage through the use of new technologies.

  • Creation of network that could undertake in the future studies and research related to the involved regions’ common history.

  • Contribution to the enhancement of the dialogue among different actors involved in the cultural and tourism sectors.

  • Visibility of the cultural assets promoted by the project.

Project financing

The CulMe-WeOnCT project is funded by 90% by the European Union under the 2007-2013 ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme (http://www.enpicbcmed.eu).

Total budjet: 499200€
Program contribution: 499280€ (90%)
Project co-financing: 49.920€ (10%)

 

 

 

 

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