Repository of documents linked to HERITAGE-PRO by our Spanish colleagues from AEGPC
Our colleagues of the Asociación Española de Gestores de Patrimonio Cultural (AEGPC) have created a repository with Spanish and English material in the context of HERITAGE-PRO. Have a look and enjoy the experts’ choice!
Brainstorming Report – ”Towards an integrated approach to cultural heritage for Europe – prospects on skills, training and knowledge transfer for traditional and emerging professions”
In the so-called “Structured Dialogue” of the European Commission, four experts of Heritage-Pro, Karin Drda-Kühn (Association Culture and Work), Jermina Stanojev (now at University of Uppsala / and Restrade AB ), Victoria Ateca (AEGPC – Asociación Española de Gestores de Patrimonio Cultural) and Giannalia Cogliandro (ENCATC – European Network on Cultural Management Policy ) together with about 30 European experts contributed to a study on the topic “Towards an integrated approach to cultural heritage for Europe – prospects on skills, training and knowledge transfer for traditional and emerging professions” within the framework of the EU initiative Voice of Culture. The aim was to develop strategies for the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018 on how education and knowledge transfer in cultural heritage conservation must be organised in the future. The study was handed over to the European Commission in autumn 2017.
Association Culture & Work expressly thanks the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the German translation.
Brainstorming Bericht“Auf dem Weg zu einem integrierten Ansatz – Ausbildung, Weiterbildung und Wissenstransfer für traditionelle und neue Berufe zum Erhalt des Europäischen Kulturerbes”
Die deutschsprachige Studie steht hier zum Download bereit
Brainstorming Report“Towards an integrated approach to cultural heritage for Europe – prospects on skills, training and knowledge transfer for traditional and emerging professions”
The English version is available for download here
ERASMUS + – Enriching our Cultural HeritageAs one of the most well-known and successful EU programmes, Erasmus+ provides many opportunities for young people to learn more about cultural heritage. Throughout 2018, Erasmus+ has brought cultural heritage to the fore. Take a look at this publication developed by Erasmus + on the occasion of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, and read about some inspirational examples of what has been done.
Publication “Restaurierendes Handwerk” (in German only)
The “Zentralverband des Deutschen Handwerks – German Confederation of Skilled Crafts and Small Businesses” published in 2017 a brochure on craftsmen and -women working is preservation and conservation. It is available here.