Armenian TUMO received EU prestigious award
Armenian "TUMO" Center for Creative Technologies became the winner of the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra in the category Education, Training and Raising Awareness, which was presented the day before in The Hague (Netherlands).
During the event, members of the jury noted that the TUMO educational programs contribute to the preservation of tangible and intangible heritage.
“TUMO clearly understands the educational process and uses an integrated approach, involving young people in various educational programs that also contribute to the preservation of the heritage through digitization. A good example is the project of the Smithsonian Institution and CyArk, during which a group of students digitized important objects of the Armenian heritage - Noravank and Areni cave complexes, ” - Europa Nostra press service quotes the jury’s statement.
It is also noted that in 2019, 25 winners from 16 countries were selected. Winners will be awarded on October 29 in Paris.
The European Heritage Awards / Europe Nostra is the most prestigious in its field and is awarded by the European Commission and the Europa Nostra European Federation of Cultural Heritage Preservation Associations.
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