HERITAGE-PRO training camp: application now open

Application period open now: interdisciplinary training camp in Germany for young cultural heritage managers, craftspeople and other young professionals of the cultural heritage sector.  Date: April 19-20, 2021 Application period open until December 31, 2020 Location: Region of the UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley Teaching project: A crane…

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“Cooperation at eye level makes the difference” – conservator Ursula Fuhrer on interdisciplinary project management

HERITAGE-PRO: Cultural heritage conservation requires a great many different disciplines to work together. In your long years of practice, have you actually observed changes in the management of the associated processes or are they still strongly hierarchically organized implementations? Ursula Fuhrer: Both, that always depends on the people involved and…

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“The task of the project manager is more like that of a moderator” – Johanna Leissner on interdisciplinary project management

During the years 2009 – 2014 one of the most challenging European projects in cultural heritage preservation was implemented by a truly interdisciplinary team from research as well as economy and social sciences: “Climate for Culture”. We asked the former project coordinator, Dr. Johanna Leissner (Fraunhofer Institute), about her interdisciplinary experiences.…

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HERITAGE-PRO contributes to the European Framework for Action on Cultural Heritage

The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 aimed at celebrating cultural heritage as a shared resource, it created the momentum for cultural heritage to be placed higher on the European Union’s agenda, through an integrated approach. The European Framework for Action on Cultural Heritage, announced in the new European Agenda…

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HERITAGE-PRO at the European Commission Cultural Heritage Forum

Three experts of HERITAGE-PRO were nominated members of the European Commission Cultural Heritage Forum: GiannaLia Cogliandro (ENCATC), Johanna Leissner (Kultur und Arbeit e.V.) and Jermina Stanojev (from partner RESTRADE though acting in this Forum in personal capacity).

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Russian Heritage Managers Interested in Heritage-Pro

On December 04, 2019, Mr. Sascha Kolhey of the Development Agency Rhineland-Palatinate received a delegation of the Committee for Citizens’ Initiatives (KGI) from the Russian Federation in Mainz. They were accompanied by the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ) on a five-day excursion to Germany. During the reception in…

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Want to know what Heritage-Pro training modules are about?

During the past months, Heritage-Pro partners have formed working groups for the development of the five modules composing our multilingual training scheme. After the partners meeting last 30th September-1st October in Varberg, Sweden, and the editing work done by the lead partner RESTRADE, the modules are now almost ready to…

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Heritage-Pro project meeting in Sweden: The training modules are in development

Our 3rd project meeting on September 30th and October 1st gathered the six HERITAGE-PRO project partners at the invitation of our Swedish partners Christer Gustafsson and Jermina Stanojev (RESTRADE) in Varberg / Province Halland, Sweden. Ever heard of Varberg? No? The little city half an hour train ride south of…

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Practising interdisciplinary cooperation: Heritage-Pro partners meet in Varberg / Sweden

Preparations are in full swing: On September 30 and October 1 the third meeting of the project partners of the Erasmus+ project Heritage-Pro will take place. Following an invitation of our Swedish partners Christer Gustafsson and Jermina Stanojev (RESTRADE) the project team will be welcomed in Varberg/Province Halland in Sweden.…

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Der Glücksfall für HERITAGE-PRO: die Restaurierung der „Nachtwache“

Ein absoluter Glücksfall für HERITAGE-PRO ist die soeben angelaufene Restaurierung von Rembrandt’s „Nachtwache“ im Amsterdamer Rijksmuseum: Die Restaurierung dieser Ikone europäischer Kunstgeschichte wird 12 Monate lang in der Öffentlichkeit und begleitet durch Soziale Medien stattfinden. 20 Naturwissenschaftler*innen, Konservator*innen, Restaurator*innen und Fotograf*innen des Rijksmuseums werden Einblick gewähren in ihre Arbeit und…

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