Professor Maria Economou wins Best Arts & Culture Collaboration award
Published: 15 June 2021
For her work on the EU Horizon2020 EMOTIVE research project
Professor Maria Economou (Information Studies & The Hunterian) is the winner of the Best Arts & Culture Collaboration award for her work on the EU Horizon2020 EMOTIVE research project which involved collaboration with cultural and creative industry professionals to pioneer the use of digital storytelling to engage visitors to heritage attractions in richer, more rewarding ways. This award is part of the University of Glasgow’s Engagement 2021 awards which celebrate diverse and impactful world-changing partnerships.
More information about the project and the award is available here.
First published: 15 June 2021