GeoparkLIFE: Tourism for Conservation Conference
Presenting a model for balancing tourism development and heritage conservation in tourism destinations
Leadwork for Historic Buidilngs. CPD workshop
A single day CPD practical workshop involving the identification of common problems associated with leadwork.
Embracing the Past, Preserving the Future.
The Irish Museums Association presents this lecture by Dr Tristram Hunt, director of the Victoria and Albert museum.
RECENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN THE BOYNE VALLEYA day-conference at which the outputs of current and recent archaeological projects in the Boyne Valley area will be presented.
Settling the Irish Iron Age
The Discovery Programme presents the third annual Martin Doody lecture.
Harry Clarke A Window on the PeninsulaAn exhibition of works by artists, photographers, quilters, ICA, jewellery maker and metal worker base on their response to the Harry Clarke designed stained glass window..."Suffer Little Children"
Heritage as Reconciliation: A Winter School exploring heritage practice in contested societies
This Winter School addresses the roles of cultural heritage in building peace and promoting reconciliation in divided and post–conflict societies. Utilising both local and international perspectives and experiences, the school will include academic and practitioner inputs, dialogue and discussion sessions and participatory field visits.
Museum Connections 2018
Inspiring and professionalizing, the Museum Connections conference gathers every year high-quality speakers who come and share their best practices.
European Cultural Heritage Summit
This summit will provide a unique platform for further raising the profile and impact of our ever-growing European heritage movement and community. The Summit shall also contribute to the shaping of an ambitious European policy and programme for cultural heritage, as a key vehicle for the revival of the entire European project.
The European Cultural Heritage Summit will be co-hosted by Europa Nostra, the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation (SPK) and the German Cultural Heritage Committee (DNK), acting as national coordinator of the EYCH in Germany.
With its wide scope of engagement of heritage stakeholders (public and private, professionals and volunteers), its ambitious and varied programme, its public outreach and three co-hosting organisations, the Summit will distinguish itself from previous annual European Heritage Congresses organised by Europa Nostra. Please save the following dates for the Summit’s highlights:
- 21 June: Heritage Excellence Fair (with contributions by our award laureates)
- 22 June: High-level Policy Debate on Europe & Cultural Heritage
- 22 June (evening): Award-giving Ceremony for the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards 2018
- 23 June (morning): Europa Nostra General Assembly followed by visits of the World Heritage Sites in Potsdam
Please note that some of our partner organisations will organise side events on 18-20 June and/or on 23-24 June. The programme featuring these side events will soon be available.
For your possible interest, on the evening of 24 June, Plácido Domingo will perform the title role in opera ‘Macbeth’ at the recently fully restored Staatsoper Berlin.
Save the dates now and join us in Berlin for the first ever European Cultural Heritage Summit!
More information about the programme, side events and how to register will follow soon.
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