So-called “Multiplier Events” take place since autumn 2020 in Germany, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, and Austria in order to communicate the results of HERITAGE-PRO and to raise awareness for interdisciplinary cooperation.
The events have different formats (online and face-to-face) according to the needs and interests of the heritage preservation communities in the respective countries. However, most of the events take place online due to COVID-19 restrictions. All the outcomes of HERITAGE-PRO will be presented and discussed.
If your institution is interested to host one of the events in Germany, Spain, Sweden, or Austria, please get in touch with the coordinator at heritage-pro(at)kultur-und-arbeit.de or contact the representatives of the partner organisations.
Upcoming Multiplier Events
May 11th, 2021, Germany
Online Multiplier Event event offered by Entwicklungsagentur Rheinland-Pfalz. More information coming soon!
Finished Multiplier Events
May 4th and 5th, 2021
Cooperative online Multiplier Event of German partner Kultur und Arbeit e.V. and the Organization of World Heritage Cities (in English and German). Please see the documentation in the HERITAGE-PRO blog.
February 8th and March 22nd, 2021: Multiplying information on HERITAGE-PRO – by partner ACW
Why is interdisciplinary cooperation so important for cultural heritage management and how can the HERITAGE-PRO materials contribute to successful management? These were the main topics of the first two small German Multiplier Events which took place as an online sessions.
November 9th, 2020: HERITAGE-PRO partner ENCATC started the Multiplier Events online
The ENCATC Multiplier Event for HERITAGE-PRO took place in an own session during the annual congress of ENCATC, the network of European cultural managers and policymakers. The event brought together experts from cultural and cultural heritage management in a presentation/training session for the HERITAGE-PRO project to learn more about the training materials. Title of the event: “The challenges of the interdisciplinarity in today’s cultural management: the case of cultural heritage as an example“.
Project coordinator Dr. Karin Drda-Kühn (Association Culture and Work) introduced the project, its ambitions, and the training modules. Project partners presented the HERITAGE-PRO guidelines (Dietmar Wiegand from Austrian Institute of Property Research-IPRE), the HERITAGE-PRO Training Kit (developed by Spanish ASOCIACIÓN ESPAÑOLA DE GESTORES DE PATRIMONIO CULTURAL – AEGPC, presented by Isabel Verdet/ENCATC), and the organisation of a training camp for heritage managers and craftspeople (Sascha Kolhey from Entwicklungsagentur Rheinland-Pfalz), which took place in April 2021.
All materials and activities are focused on interdisciplinary cooperation.