The first training on “Digitization of Museum Artifacts and 3D Printing” in Falkovets, Bulgaria has ended

24 representatives of the cultural sector were part of an innovative training on “Digitization of museum artefacts and 3D printing” in Falkovec” under the project Interactive platform for digitization of museums”, project number 2021-1-BG01-KA220-ADU-000035298, financed by Erasmus + program. It represented a unique opportunity for the participants to enrich their knowledge and skills in the field of cultural heritage and technological innovation. The mixed mobility “Digitization of Museum Artifacts and 3D Printing” brought together experts engaged or looking for work in cultural organizations such as museums and galleries from Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia. The training course was dedicated to working with 3D software for 3D modeling and working with a 3D printer. It was held in Falkovec, where participants took part in an intensive course covering both theoretical and practical aspects of 3D modeling and 3D printing of museum artefacts. During the training, participants worked in groups in collaboration with experts in 3D modeling and 3D printing. All of them actively participated with great interest in all phases of the training and realized the potential of modern technologies to preserve and present the cultural wealth. Thanks to their participation in the training, the participants acquired new valuable skills for 3D modeling and 3D printing. They are highly motivated to apply the acquired skills to popularize the local cultural heritage, thereby helping to establish a dialogue between generations and between nations in the European space.