Eurographics Workshop on
Graphics and Cultural Heritage 2023

From the 4th to the 6th of September 2023, the 21st Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage (GCH 2023) is organised in the astonishing location of Salento (Lecce, Italy), for the first time as a joint event and in co-location with XRSalento (XRSalento 2023), that will be organised from the 6th to the 8th of September.

A special interactive session will be held by the two conferences, jointly, dedicated to “XR for Cultural Heritage”, that will contribute to cross fertilisation among sectors. The events will run on site, with hybrid support only for registered attendees.

The entire 2023 joint event, including GCH and XR Salento is entitled “Salento Conference”.

Salento Conference 2023
GCH Workshop04 – 05 Sept. 2023
GCH Workshop + XRSalento special Session:
“XR for Cultural Heritage”
6th Sept. 2023
XRSalento conference and Tutorials07 – 09 Sept. 2023

Participants registering for GCH2023 will be entitled to follow the event from the 04th until the 6th of September, including the special session.

This co-location event aims at engaging practitioners and researchers across the world working at novel digital technologies and approaches to Cultural Heritage. 

This year’s GCH workshop will open up a new avenue and impact by creating a link between researchers with innovative ideas and scientific journals. Accepted papers will be published in the Eurographics Digital Library (EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage ISSN 1811-864X, since 2014: GCH: ISSN 2312-6124).
Works with a high innovation potential will receive a proposal to prepare an extended manuscript of their contribution (or extended version in case of Full Papers) to be submitted to a scientific journal.
This year, GCH is establishing dedicated agreements with the following journals: ACM JOCCH Journal, Elsevier DAACH, MDPI Heritage, Elsevier JCH.

The event will run on site, with hybrid support available only for attendees and not for presenters. 


GCH2023 is organised and supported by CNR ISPC, Fraunhofer IGD, University of Salento, the EU funded PERCEIVE project and the PNRR H2IOSC project.