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Join our 3D modelling workshop, where we'll explore user-friendly platforms and guide beginners through the basics of creating 3D models for cultural heritage. Our focus extends to personal experiences navigating contested spaces in Jerusalem's old city, especially Islamic and Christian architecture impacted by the Israeli Occupation. Inspired by historical survey and documentation methods post-1968 (following the razing of the Maghrebi quarter in 1967 by the Israeli military), we'll introduce innovative documentation approaches addressing instances of colonial erasure.

Cultural Heritage in 3D: Modelling the Past for the Future

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Admission / Cost FREE
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