During the ‘Smart Heritage’ event, IHA will also introduce its new initiative - ‘INTACH Cities for Culture’. This initiative has been developed upon the ‘Agenda 21 for Culture’ that was adopted by the UN-HABITAT and UNESCO in 2004.
The second workshop in the series aims to redefine the characteristics and approaches to the conservation of interiors in ancient temples.
This three-day workshop will aim to understand the concept of ‘Smart Heritage’; analyze the meaning of ‘Smart Heritage within a Smart City’ and prepare a methodology for its application within the management of a ‘Smart City’
‘SMART HERITAGE in Smart City’, the first in a series of events that aimed to develop the concept of ‘Smart Heritage’ was organized by INTACH Heritage Academy during 28 – 30 August 2017 in collaboration with BVDU, Pune Biennale Foundation and BNCA.
The programme is in line with the global SDGs and INTACH’s own vision and the mission proposes to develop a nation-wide programme connecting the efforts of INTACH – its Chapters and Technical Divisions.