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From 20-Nov-2018 13:30 GMT:-12 to 21-Nov-2018 15:00 GMT:-12

25 invited experts met and discussed many aspects of all kinds of possibilities for participation in the institutional care for cultural heritage. Discussing experiences the experts gained in everyday work or in projects, best practice was looked for. The possibilities for participation in the institutional care for cultural heritage artifacts have boundaries: Not everyone without any training or skills will be able to do whatever he or she likes to do with the objects of a museum. Nevertheless a wide range of activities can be thought of and is practiced. Workshop webpage: https://www.reach-culture.eu/events/workshops/workshop-on-participatory-approaches-for-cultural-heritage-management

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From 26-Nov-2019 09:00 GMT:-12 to 26-Nov-2019 16:30 GMT:-12

The scope of the international workshop on territorial cohesion was to investigate the value of participatory preservation of CH in terms of research advancement and social innovation.The workshop started from the experiences and lessons learnt during the participatory activities carried out in the MEMOLA project, coordinated by UGR. In addition the UGR team invited to participate some experts related with associations and institutions with a long experience in participatory activities from all around Spain. In particular we were pleased to receive the contribution of Jesús Fernández from La Ponte Ecomuseum (Asturias), Carolina Yacamán who presented the experience of Agrarian Park of Fuenlabrada (Madrid), Manuela Martínez from Salvemos La Vega, Sergio Couto from Iniciativas Comunales-ICCA Consortium and Paola Nella Branduini from Parco Lombardo della Valle del Ticino (Milan, Italy). Workshop webpage: https://www.reach-culture.eu/events/workshops/workshop-on-participatory-approaches-for-territorial-cohesion

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From 05-Mar-2020 09:00 GMT:-12 to 06-Mar-2020 18:30 GMT:-12

Authors of both theoretical and empirical research studies, stakeholders and associate partners of the REACH project have been invited to join the international workshop devoted to the concept of resilience connected to European cultural heritage, both tangible and intangible. Particularly welcome were contributions related to rural heritage, heritage institutions, minority culture, and heritage recognized in small towns. In the meeting was debated the concept of resilience as a dynamic category, how to achieved quality, which may be linked to sustainability, as well as to resistance. More Information: https://www.reach-culture.eu/events/workshops/workshop-on-resilient-cultural-heritage

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Prague

Czech Republic

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The REACH project explores concepts of social cohesion and participation within Cultural Heritage, through four thematic pilots (Small Towns’ Heritage, Minority Heritage, Institutional Heritage, Rural Heritage) and has established a Social Platform for participatory approaches and social innovation within culture: Open-Heritage.eu (https://www.open-heritage.eu) The Final Conference should brought together a wide range of representatives from the cultural heritage sector, with the goal of presenting and assessing the activities and results achieved during the project, considering their lasting and substantial impact within the scientific community. Unfortunately the event has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but we are happy to inform you that the call for posters and videos is still alive and the contributions will be published online in a dedicated digital gallery. Moreover, all speeches that should be held during the conference will be published on line. JOIN the Call for Posters and Videos to share your project’s work with the cultural heritage community. REACH website: https://www.reach-culture.eu/ Conference webpage: https://www.reach-culture.eu/events/pisa-final-conference Call for Posters and Videos webpage: https://www.reach-culture.eu/events/pisa-final-conference/call-for-posters-and-videos

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Pisa

Italy

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From 06-Feb-2020 00:00 GMT:-12 to 07-Feb-2020 00:00 GMT:-12

WeAre#EuropeForCulture, financed in the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, has the objective to realize a series of pop-up exhibitions across 2019 in various European cities, to celebrate the diversity of European cultural heritage and to empower citizens in a more participative approach to cultural heritage. The exhibitions are co-created joining institutional cultural heritage with crowdsourced stories and personal items. As a common theme of these participatory exhibitions, the PAST | PRESENT final event of the project celebrates the richness of this European cultural heritage, its value for our contemporary life, and the importance of best practices in the cultural heritage. The key concept is that the ‘past‘ is not just opposed to the ‘present‘ as in a simple chronological approach, but it is also experienced by and exposed to the audience in a contemporary context and shared as a ‘present’ to future generations.PAST | PRESENT – 10 European cities, 10 heritage stories On 6-7 February 2020, a sparkling event at the House of European History in Brussels will eventually celebrate the experiences of all these participatory exhibitions that took place throughtout Europe. Bringing together images, recordings and interactions from the various locations which hosted and created the pop-up exhibitions, this is a kaleidoscope of local history in European countries, showcasing the variety and commonalities of our cultural heritage. A multiscreen setting will allow visitors to travel through and interact with the stories unfolded at the different events throughout Europe. The exhibition will open with an invitation-only event at the House of European History on February 6th, 2020. On February 7th, it will be open to the general public. Website: https://www.photoconsortium.net/europeforculture/

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Rue Belliard - Belliardstraat

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Ville de Bruxelles - Stad Brussel

Belgium

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From 20-Nov-2019 09:00 GMT:1 to 20-Nov-2019 18:00 GMT:1

Explore the multifaceted contribution heritage makes to sustainable and inclusive societies to tackle societal challenges through innovation and to engage in multicultural dialogue. The ILUCIDARE Playground creates a unique space for those unconventional encounters sparking discussion, networking, international exchanges and innovation. Empowering heritage professionals, researchers, innovators, policy makers, activists and volunteers in their innovative and collaboration practices, the event also ambitions to make a contribution to aligning international and EU actions for heritage and international cultural relations. Learn from the project’s and other stakeholders’ activities, exchange experiences in heritage-led innovation and international relations, meet partners, funds, activists, entrepreneurs, artists and researchers in an entertaining environment! ILUCIDARE events stimulate interdisciplinary interactions and networking among participants with inspirational speeches, workshops, panel discussions and speed-networking. You can choose your activities according to your interests and needs. It will be possible to arrange speed dating with international mentors, investors, potential business or creative partners.

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Rue des Tanneurs - Huidevettersstraat

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Ville de Bruxelles - Stad Brussel

Belgium

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From 25-Sep-2019 10:00 GMT:-12 to 25-Sep-2019 18:00 GMT:-12