The OPENHeritage project has kicked off its Dialogue series. The first Dialogue, on 22 September, was attended by sixty participants working on cultural heritage. As a basis for the discussions, results delivered by the OpenHeritage researchers who investigated and mapped heritage reuse policies in fifteen European countries were used.
If you are interested in adaptive heritage reuse policies, watch the recording of the first Dialogue below. Click here to read a summary of the OpenHeritage research and here to read a summary of the first Dialouge.
The OpenHeritage project identifies and tests the best practices of adaptive heritage reuse in Europe. Drawing on the observations and results, the project will develop inclusive governance and management models for marginalized, non-touristic heritage sites and tests them in selected Cooperative Heritage Labs over Europe.
Click here to sign up to receive updates on the second Dialogue ‘Sharing and caring: Partnerships for adaptive heritage reuse’ on 12 November.