WH Community

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Nuria Rodríguez Ortega. Universidad de Málaga.

Rodríguez Ortega, N. (07/18/2024). WH Community. Patrimonio Herido. https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/wh-community/
Rodríguez Ortega, Nuria. "WH Community". Patrimonio Herido, iArtHis_LAB Research Group, 07/18/2024, https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/wh-community/
Rodríguez Ortega, N. (2024) 'WH Community', Patrimonio Herido, 07/18/2024. Available at: https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/wh-community/ (Accessed: 04/28/2022)
Nuria Rodríguez Ortega, “WH Community”. Patrimonio Herido. 04/28/2022. https://patrimonioherido.iarthislab.eu/en_US/wh-community/

The Wounded Heritage Community is made up of university students committed to caring for our cultural heritage. Its activities afocus on the analysis of the problems that affect the conservation of heritage assets, on joint work with neighborhood and citizen associations, on the proposal of solutions that facilitate their recovery and conservation, and on the design and development of social awareness actions.

The Wounded Heritage Community receives specific training to carry out these tasks and works in direct collaboration with professors from the Art History Departments of the universities of Malaga, Granada and Seville and with cultural heritage professionals.
The three axes on which the activities will focus during the year 2022 are:

  1. The Percheles
  2. Cathedral at risk
  3. The wounded heritage that we can’t see