The CULTURATI project, funded by the European Commission and coordinated by Bilkent University, aims to develop, test, and validate an innovative online platform utilizing state-of-the-art digital and cutting-edge technologies to create content collectively for cultural heritage and arts across Europe. CULTURATI is a global content platform that delivers the content in its database to end-users (consumers of cultural heritage and arts) in customized games (Q&A) and routes to attract and engage them with cultural heritage and arts more closely.

CULTURATI's Istanbul Event

CULTURATI Project Showcases Innovative Solutions for Cultural Heritage Enhancement at Istanbul Rahmi M. Koç Museum

CULTURATI’s recent international event was held at Istanbul’s Rahmi M. Koç Museum on April 19, 2024! Funded by the EU, CULTURATI aims to preserve Europe’s cultural heritage through innovation. Distinguished speakers and guests joined us, highlighting the project’s impact. 

Latest Events

International Event

The second international event of CULTURATI, hosted by the Rahmi M. Koç Museum in Istanbul, is scheduled to take place on April 19, 2024, with the participation of all key stakeholders. Please registration using the link below.

General Assembly

The third General Assembly of CULTURATI, chaired by the coordinator, Bilkent University, will convene with participation from representatives of each partner. We look forward to our active collaboration in shaping our shared vision.

Our Events

National Event and Kick-off Meeting

Hosted by Bilkent University, Faculty of Applied Sciences, the first National Event was held in Ankara Türkiye at Bilkent Hotel and Conference Center on 8 March 2023 with the involvement of all potential stakeholders of CULTURATI.

General Assembly

As with other Horizon Europe projects, the decision mechanism is democratic. The first General Assembly was held by involving representatives from each partner and was chaired by the coordinator; Bilkent University.


The overall objective of CULTURATI is to build a sustainable and inclusive cultural-educational ecosystem with visitor and capacity management that will aim to achieve five strategic objectives.


Both institutions and individuals involved in Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) and citizens can use CULTURATI. It can be used by venue or site-based CCIs such as museums, art galleries, art fairs, biennial events, palaces, castles, historic town centres, cities etc., CCI professionals such as artists, authors, handcraft designers, freelancers, painters, film and animation producers etc. and citizens to share knowledge involving cultural and artistic merit.