EUREGIO MOBILITY GRANT – Ten places available for students of UniTrento
Call for admission
The Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino Europaregion offers 30 grants within the mobility project “ViC-CH Visual Culture and Cultural Heritage” that will take place in Brixen at the Library of the Major Priest Seminary on January 22-26, 2018.
The grant allows the student to attend an intensive 5 days workshop devoted to images processing through free and open source software for the knowledge and enhancement of cultural heritage through digital environments.
The workshop consists of lectures for technical training, laboratory activities and field applications.
Students learn to process digital images for the knowledge and enhancement of cultural heritage, as well as some techniques for its communication, with reference to a study case in Euregio territory. Lessons and exercises use free and open source software.
They will be published in open access on the on-line educational platforms, already available on the university web sites.
The workshop has the goal of describing and applying the most qualified and common methods in the field of graphic sciences, digital representation and visual communication, as well as in the media, in order to enable participants to acquire basic knowledge for the design and implementation of digital images, through which the exchange between cultural heritage, digital culture and society can be established. The project crosses the different fields of scientific and humanistic knowledge, it meets the growing demand for an able to link theory with practice training, it focuses on methodological awareness as a fundamental tool for creating and spreading thought through image.
Students enrolled in a bachelor, master or doctoral programme of the University of Trento.
Number of places available for the second call
10 places for students of UniTrento
Deadline for application: December 7, 2017
A student applying for an EUREGIO mobility grant is required to send the following documents:
- a CV (European format) and the permit of stay or passport (for non-UE citizens only);
- a one-page motivation letter (English and mother language) explaining how the topics of the workshop are related to his/her study plan or interests;
- a copy of the academic transcript with examination grades.
The minimum requirement for the student is the availability of a medium performance laptop.
For further information and applications please send an Email to:
prof. ssa Giovanna Massari, giovanna.massari [at] unitn.it ()