Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici, Capo di Ponte, Valcamonica, Italy.

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The “CCSP” is a non profit cultural organisation established in 1964 and housed in the «Citta della Cultura» in Capo di Ponte. Its aim is the study of prehistoric art and related disciplines. The CCSP is involved in training research students, editing and publishing scholarly studies, preserving cultural heritage and promoting its appreciation by the public.





MAA Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK

The University of Cambridge is a leading research and teaching university, consistently rated amongst the best in the UK and Europe. As part of its active role in also addressing a broad public, it maintains three museums concerned with art and archaeology, of which MAA Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology is one.



Institute for Media Production, University of Applied Sciences, St Pölten, Austria

The Department of Media Production in St Pölten is the largest media technology department in Austria and has the crucial advantage of covering the full spectrum of the project's technological requirements from film, internet, acoustics, sound design, interactive games and photography. Being a relatively new university, the equipment is state of the art and research focus is on practical solutions to problems with cutting edge technology.