The fifth edition of # hackCultura2023, the hackathon of female students for “cultural ownership and taking charge of the cultural heritage of the territories”, promoted in the wake and spirit of the Faro Convention, the digital Ventotene Manifesto, is starting. and in the vision of the New European Bauhaus, of which #DiCultHer is an official partner. This was announced with a post by Carmine Marinucci, Secretary General of DiCultHer, the Digital Cultural Heritage, Arts & Humanities School network that promotes the event and brings together over 70 subjects including universities, national research bodies, cultural institutes, associations and other organizations. It is an initiative of the international DiCultHer Association, in collaboration and with the patronage of the New European Bauhaus (Neb), DiCultHer Faro Sicilia Association, DiCultHer Faro Molise Association, Faro-Abruzzo School Network, Italia Patria della Bellezza Foundation, States General delle Donne, Central Institute Single Catalog (Iccu, Indire, Isia Rm, Pce-Erasmus +, Genoa Association, European Movement-Italy, Campus Orienta- The Student Hall, Philosophy Festival in Magna Grecia, Cultura Italiae, PA Social, Civita Association, Media 2000-TuttiMedia Observatory, LutinX, Creative Center of the Elderly of Colle Oppio (Rm), InternationalWebPost, Regional-radio, Megamiti Srls, Gemma Edizioni Publishing House.There are fourteen challenges to convey the use and awareness of the value of digital technologies for the protection, representation and enhancement of cultural heritage – tangible and intangible – among the girls and boys of our schools of various order and grade. But also an opportunity to listen to our young people about what we expect from Europe tomorrow and how we can contribute to it today, writes Marinucci in the post. # HackCultura2023, “challenge” teachers and students to overcome the concept of ‘fruition’ linked to use value in favor of the concept of ‘participation’ of protection processes through full awareness of the ‘cultural ownership’ of heritage exercised by law and its “taking charge” of the cultural heritage they receive from the past. # HackCultura2023, a real content-based ‘virtual marathon’, which will end during the eighth edition of the A. Ruberti Digital Culture Week in May 2023, to support Digital Culture as one of the necessary sources of knowledge for European citizens of the present and the future, adds Marinucci. The presentation by the various teams of students of the results of the Challenges will take place during the fifth edition of the “Review of products made on the themes of Digital Cultural Heritage by Italian schools” during the eighth edition of the “Antonio Ruberti” Week of digital cultures which is held from 8 to 14 May 2023.