This website is no longer being updated due to the project’s end. However, we believe that the research, the products and the documentation produced by CreativeCH’s consortium should remain up and accessible for everyone. If you wish to get in touch with us feel free to send us and email. Your contact person is Stefano Sbarbati stefano.sbarbati [at]

Cultural Heritage and Creative City / Regional Development

An overview of the CreativeCH's last workshop on Cultural Heritage and Creative Ctiy / Regional Development, which took place on the 17 September 2014 in Budapest


15 September 2014

Salzburg's Showcase wrap up. An interview with Julia Eder

Julia Eder, Manager of the Salzburg's Showcase, talks about the lesson learned and the objectives achieved during the three years of CreativeCH project.

11 September 2014

Catalonia's Showcase wrap up. Lessons learned and objectives achieved

Carme Prats i Joaniquet, Manager of the Catalonia Showcase, talks about the lesson learned and the objectives achieved during the three years of CreativeCH project.

05 September 2014

CREATIVE AT-HU and CREATIVE Expo – promoting cooperation across borders

The CREATIVE AT-HU project brings together creative businesses in the cross-border region of Austria and Hungary, and invites participants to their CREATIVE Expo, 1-4 October, Sopron, Hungary.

22 August 2014

"Keys to Rome. The city of Augustus" opening this summer

On the 23 September 2014, 13 countries will meet in Rome, Amsterdam, Alexandria and Sarajevo, for the opening of an extraordinary exhibition, Keys to Rome: an original interactive journey to discover the city of Augustus and the Roman Empire

20 August 2014

New sections added to the CreativeCH toolkit

Our partner Salzburg Research has relesead two new sections to the CreativeCH toolkit

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CreativeCH is a European project that stimulates the European Cultural Heritage promotion through innovative creative and technological solutions. 



  • PIN - Università di Firenze
  • Salzburg Research
  • Universidade de Coimbra
  • Generalitat de Catalunya
  • Universitatea de Vest din Timisoara
  • MFG Baden-Württemberg


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CreativeCH is a FP7 project funded by the European Commission. The views and opinions expressed in this publication are the sole responsibility of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.