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May 2019

European Young Heritage Professionals Forum

20 May - 24 May
Zadar Zadar, Croatia (Local Name: Hrvatska) + Google Map

The European Young Heritage Professionals Forum will take place from 20 to 24 May 2019 in Zadar, Croatia to explore potential synergies and challenges of working on tangible and intangible cultural heritage in the European context. The Forum will enable participants to enhance project management and communication skills by working on their own heritage projects with experts and peers from across Europe. In addition to building a community, the young professionals will be encouraged to become active ‘cultural heritage messengers’…

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‘Water as Heritage’ International Conference

27 May - 31 May

From 27 to 31 May, 2019 the Taiwan International Institute for Water Education in cooperation with ICOMOS Netherlands and the Centre for Global Heritage and Development will organize the international conference ‘Water as Heritage’, in Chiayi, Taiwan. In the contemporary world, the functional and heritage dimensions of water are typically treated separately. Thus, water managers are concerned with supplying/treating water and regulating water resources while local communities may use water for recreation as well as for rituals and ceremonies, and…

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E-FAITH Industrial Heritage Weekend for Associations and Volunteers

30 May - 2 June

To conclude our industrial heritage campaign of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage and to launch our follow-up EYCH2018+, E-FAITH is launching its Industrial Heritage Weekend for Associations and Volunteers. The weekend will be organized in and near BRUSSELS with visits to and meetings at sites in the neigbourhood. The theme of the meeting will be "Industrialization, science and technology, Key to European integration” ("L'industrialisation, la science et la technologie, facteur clé de l'intégration européenne") and we ared looking…

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Interpret Europe Conference 2019

31 May - 3 June

We are happy to announce that our next Interpret Europe Conference will take place from 31 May to 3 June 2019 in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). “United in diversity” is the motto of the European Union, and there is hardly any place in Europe where diversity is more prominent than in Sarajevo. Turkish mosques and orthodox churches, scents of countless booths, offering street food from various cultures, the busy hammering of craftsmen creating artwork in tiny workshops: all of this…

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June 2019

The Open Data and Ontologies for Cultural Heritage (ODOCH)

3 June

The Open Data and Ontologies for Cultural Heritage (ODOCH) aims at bringing together researchers in Semantic Web and Digital Humanities to discuss results and experiences on the design, development and use of ontology-based information systems for Cultural Heritage (Linked) Open Data. While significantly differing from the scope of workshops held in previous CAiSE events, ODOCH’19 will fit the CAiSE’19 theme of Responsible Information Systems, by providing a forum that will emphasize the need for a trustworthy spread of Cultural Heritage.…

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Kinder zum Olymp!-Kongress 2019

6 June - 7 June

What does the term "cultural heritage" mean in a society that is characterized by diversity? How does heritage education work for children and adolescents? How do we create interest, how do we convey the responsibility for the cultural heritage and the enjoyment of it? The congress will address these questions on 6 and 7 June 2019 in Weimar in the context of lectures, panel discussions, forums and practical examples. The main venue will be the German National Theater Weimar, and…

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International Conference Religious Heritage in a Diverse Europe

19 June - 21 June

International conference organized by the University of Groningen, Stichting Oude Groninger Kerken (Groningen Historic Churches Foundation), Museum Catharijneconvent, Future for Religious Heritage Brussels, Jewish Cultural Quarter. In partnership with: International Network for Interreligious Research and Education (INIRE) Groningen, Netherlands June 19-21, 2019 The religious makeup of European societies has been significantly changing over the past few decades. At the same time that more people identify as non-religious, new arrivals and conversion mean that the religious landscape of Europe is becoming…

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UNISCAPE EN-ROUTE International Seminar “Inherited, Built, Lived Landscapes”

20 June - 22 June
Museum of Fine Arts of A Coruña, Calle Zalaeta
A Coruña, Spain
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This Seminar proposes a multidisciplinary, transversal and convergent approach that overcomes the struggles for the institutional prominence and the spurious appropriations of the term, to help a convergence of views on the landscape. Contemplating, in addition to the territorial aspects, the emotional and affective, cognitive, ethical and aesthetic dimensions. The Seminar will host the annual meeting of UNISCAPE GENERAL ASSEMBLY (20 June 2019, 10.00) More information here.

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August 2019

Balkan Earth Conference

23 August - 25 August
Titel, Serbia Titel, Serbia + Google Map

BALKAN EARTH conference is the first conference in this field, started as an initiative from Serbia, Bulgaria and Greece to bring together 12 neighborly countries to talk about our common earthen heritage, problems we are all facing in each country and potentials this heritage has in the terms of sustainable development of whole region. Experts from other parts of Europe and world are invited to talk about their experiences and challenges, vocational trainings they’re organizing, role of the women in…

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Cultural Objects, Human Rights and International Law

26 August - 30 August

The Summer School on Cultural Objects, Human Rights and International Law is a collaboration between the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies and the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Global Heritage and Development. It will take place in The Hague from Monday 26 to Friday 30 August 2019.  Course information The 2018 edition of the summer school gave a broad overview of heritage protection in international law, with a particular emphasis on the destruction of heritage sites. Following on from last year, the 2019…

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Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Cultural Heritage

30 August - 1 September
Staatsbibliothek Berlin, Unter den Linden 8
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The conference is open for contributions that cover technical challenges as well as strategic guidance. Key messages relating to the impact of new technologies and processes on cultural heritage are especially welcome. Find more information at

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September 2019

European Heritage Days 2019

13 September - 15 September

The European Heritage Days are the most widely celebrated participatory cultural events shared by the citizens of Europe.

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Conference: From plan to action (Fra plan til handling) (NOR)

16 September - 17 September

The Riksantikvaren (Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage) invites you to the conference on the work of the Cultural Heritage Planners in municipalities. The conference is organized in cooperation with NOKU and Kulturvernforbundet. Save the date, more information about the program and registration will follow. The conference will take place in Oslo on 16 and 17 September 2019      Riksantikvaren inviterer til erfaringskonferanse om arbeidet med kulturminneplaner i kommunene. Konferansen arrangeres i samarbeid med NOKU og Kulturvernforbundet. Hold av datoene,…

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Heritage Houses for Europe: Final Conference

24 September
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Rue du Musée 9
Brussels, 1000 Belgium
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We are pleased to invite you to the final conference of the project Heritage Houses for Europe which will be opened by Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport. Gathering 300 participants, the event will present the project's study on the impact of the sector of family-owned heritage houses throughout Europe, highlighting the key findings and policy recommendations. It will also be the opportunity to give a voice to the various stakeholders: owners, policy makers, academics, experts…

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Second Mining Heritage Weekend

27 September - 29 September

The Second Mining Heritage Weekend Will Take Place on September 27 - 29th in Belmez And Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo (Andalusia, Spain). Block your agenda   The places where we have the weekend are situated at some 70 km north-west of Cordoba - some 50 minutes by car Belmez and Peñarroya are situated some 10 minutes by car from each other. The Alto Guadiato Mining District (Belmez, Espiel, Pefiarroya- Pueblonuevo) is one of the zones included in the Spanish Mining Historical Heritage tentative list for…

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Workshop on the role of Jpich Funded Research Projects on Heritage Practice

28 September - 29 September
Vilnius Lithuania + Google Map

Lithuanian national committee for UNESCO, JPI CH, ICCROM invites you to the WORKSHOP ON THE ROLE OF JPICH FUNDED RESARCH PROJECTS ON HERITAGE PRACTICE which will take place on 28th-29th September 2017 (14:30-19:00), at Lithuanian National Commission for UNESCO in Vilnius. One of the important functions of JPI Cultural Heritage is to act as a node for research based heritage practice in Europe. The workshop aims at discussing how to improve this aspect by encouraging wider and more targeted communication…

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October 2019

ESACH meeting Genoa 2019

3 October - 5 October
University of Genoa, Via Balbi, 5
Genoa, 16126 Italy
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ESACH (the European Students Associatin for Cultural Heritage) is gathering students, young professionals and researches in the field of Cultural Heritage from Europe for it's ESACH meeting in Genoa on the 3rd to 5th of October. Once concluded our first year of existence within the European Year for Cultural Heritage, and after having ascertained the growth potential, the intention is to extend the project beyond 2018. Our meeting wants to be an international conference that will bring together emerging professionals…

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7th Informed Cities Forum

15 October - 16 October
Warsaw Warsaw, Poland + Google Map

Who profits from heritage? Communities, capital and urban space We invite you to join more than 100 urban thinkers and practitioners from across Europe in the Praga district of Warsaw for the 7th edition of the Informed Cities Forum. The 2019 edition will zoom in on urban regeneration processes, examining their real and potential impacts on people and places. Building on the experience of the OpenHeritage project and the Actors of Urban Change community, the forum will explore new ideas…

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November 2019

Exponatec Cologne 2019

20 November - 22 November
Koelnmesse, Messeplatz 1
Cologne, 50679 Germany
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Welcome to the 9th edition of EXPONATEC COLOGNE. From 20-22 November 2019 EXPONATEC convinces with pioneering themes and an exceptional mixture of exhibition and event programme. It links the classic core segments of the museum, conservation, restoration and cultural heritage with future-oriented trends like virtual reality, 3D staging and new digital developments in the fields of restoration and scenography.   More information on the website.

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Europeana Conference 2019

26 November - 29 November
National Library of Portugal, Campo Grande 83
Lisbon, 1749-081 Portugal
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The 2019 Europeana conference/Europeana Network Association Annual General Meeting will take place at the National Library of Portugal, Lisbon on 26-29 November 2019.   This will be a unique interdisciplinary event bringing together communities from tech, communications, impact, research, education and copyright. Last year we introduced our network communities, and this year they will run the show, offering something for everyone. The event will demonstrate how they all relate but also strengthen each other.

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April 2020

HTHIC2020 Living Heritage and Sustainable Tourism

6 April 2020 - 8 April 2020

HTHIC2020 | Mendrisio | Switzerland | 6-8 April 2020 Living Heritage and Sustainable Tourism  Call for Papers and Presentations Following successful conferences in Istanbul (Turkey), Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Pori (Finland), USI - Università della Svizzera italiana (Lugano, Switzerland) and consultancy Elgin & Co. (The Hague, Netherlands) are pleased to announce the 4th Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality, International Conference (HTHIC2020), and cordially invite researchers, practitioners and policymakers to share their knowledge and experience. Conference Themes HTHIC focuses on the question: How can tourism…

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