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March 2020

EHT Calendar during the Coronavirus outbreak

17 March @ 8:00 am - 14 June @ 5:00 pm


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April 2020

HTHIC2020 Living Heritage and Sustainable Tourism

6 April - 8 April

HTHIC2020 | Mendrisio | Switzerland | 6-8 April 2020 Living Heritage and Sustainable Tourism  Call for Papers and Presentations www.heritagetourismhospitality.org 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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International Day of Monuments and Sites

18 April

Every year, on the occasion of the International Day of  Monuments and Sites, ICOMOS proposes a theme for the  celebrations and activities to be organised by the ICOMOS  National and International Scientific Committees and by other  organisations that wish to participate. In 2020, the theme is Shared Cultures, Shared Heritage, Shared Responsibility. The theme for ‘Shared Cultures, Shared Heritage, Shared Responsibility’, reflects the global context of heritage as part of cultural identity at a time of rapid population shift, conflict, and environmental uncertainty.…

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May 2020

Adapt Northern Heritage Conference 2020

5 May - 7 May
Surgeon’s Quarters, Nicolson Street
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Climate change is threatening historic places across the world, especially in the world’s northern regions. The international Adapt Northern Heritage Conference 2020 will explore practices and research concerned with: · assessing the environmental impacts of climate change on, and associated risks to, historic places · planning and/or implementing adaptation measures to make historic places more resilient to, or manage their loss because of, climate change This peer-review conference offers themed parallel session over the course of two days with oral…

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60th Annual Conference of the Estonian National Museum

5 May - 7 May
Estonian National Museum , Muuseumi tee 2
Tartu, Estonia
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RELEVANCE 60th Annual Conference of the Estonian National Museum 5.-7. May 2020 in Tartu, Estonia The 60th Annual Conference of the Estonian National Museum from 5.-7.05.2020 sets up sets up a discussion with this quote from Kenneth Hudson on the relevance of museums in the context of museum audiences, approaching museums as means of communication. A good museum is primarily one which provides good service to its visitors, interpreting widely the usefulness of a museum for the community. The number…

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Accessibility, Culture and Cultural Heritage

13 May

ROCK programme 'Design for people’s autonomy. Rights to independent living' POSTPONED TO 13th May 2020 In the historical areas of the cities, accessibility has to face the adaptability of places, the scarcity of resources for organic and systematic interventions, the conservative and heritage protection requirements that inevitably affect the field of action. The programme Design for people’s autonomy. Rights to independent living, organised as part of ROCK, is articulated into two workshops. The first one, Accessibility, culture and cultural heritage,…

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Rock Final Conference and Business Matching Event: Innovating Cities: Cultural Heritage in Action

14 May - 15 May
Bologna Bologna, Italy + Google Map

For three years, ten cities participating in the ROCK project – Athens, Bologna, Cluj-Napoca, Eindhoven, Liverpool, Lisbon,  Lyon, Skopje, Turin, and Vilnius – were developing innovative solutions that demonstrate how cultural heritage can be the driving force behind the city’s overall sustainability. Supported by service providers and knowledge brokers from among project partners, the ROCK cities tested and advanced numerous tools and approaches aimed at shaping sustainable, heritage-led urban futures. At the final project conference, they will share their results, lessons learned, and best practices, while the subsequent business matching event will become a…

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Intangible heritage as a tourist destination

29 May
Arnhem Arnhem, Netherlands + Google Map

Op vrijdag 29 mei 2020 organiseren Kenniscentrum Immaterieel Erfgoed Nederland en Werkplaats immaterieel erfgoed een internationale conferentie over ‘Immaterieel Erfgoed als toeristische bestemming’. De dag wordt georganiseerd in samenspraak met Erfgoed Gelderland en met toerisme-docenten en -onderzoekers van hogescholen en universiteiten in Nederland. Over hetzelfde onderwerp zal het tijdschrift Volkskunde een themanummer laten verschijnen.  Sinds het 2003 UNESCO Verdrag inzake de bescherming van het immaterieel erfgoed, is er een toenemende aandacht voor het potentieel van immaterieel erfgoed toerisme. De kracht van…

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June 2020

Iconic Houses Conference

2 June - 8 June
Het Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25,
Rotterdam, Netherlands
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Welcome from Iconic Houses We’re excitedly putting the finishing touches to the programme for next year’s Iconic Houses Conference in Rotterdam, The Netherlands – which we’re thrilled to announce will include visits to circa 23 unique houses in The Netherlands, Belgium and France! The Iconic Houses Foundation is proud to present its 6th International Conference from 2-8 June 2020 at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam. The lectures on the two conference days (4 and 5 June) will be devoted to two themes: Thursday…

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REACH: Final Conference in Pisa

4 June - 5 June
Scuola Normale Superiore, Piazza dei Cavalieri 7
Pisa, Italy
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Designing Participation for Cultural Heritage Pisa, 4-5 June 2020 For registration click here The Final Conference of the REACH project will take place on 4-5 June 2020 in Pisa (Italy), hosted by Scuola Normale Superiore. The event will bring together a wide range of representatives from the cultural heritage sector, with the goal of presenting and assessing the results achieved during the project, considering their lasting and substantial impact within the scientific community. It will be the occasion to: illustrate ‘The REACH…

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ESACH Meeting 2020 Madrid

8 June - 10 June

Our 3rd ESACH Meeting 2020 Madrid, “Our common past, our future”, is organised by ESACH and the MA Cultural Heritage in the 21st Century: Management and Research (ESACH Madrid). It aims to innovate following the previous work done in Girona (2018) and Genoa (2019). This meeting is open to ESACH's members and non-members. We want this to be a place for the exchange of knowledges and ideas about our European heritage, but also we hope this event serve for thinking…

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The E-Faith Industrial Heritage Weekend for Associations and Volunteers

12 June - 14 June
Kortrijk Kortrijk, Belgium + Google Map

June 12th - June 14th 2020 To celebrate 20 years of EFAITH, the weekend will be organized in and near KORTRIJK and HARELBEKE (Belgium) in the so-called 'Flax Valley' The theme of the meeting will be "The place and role of volunteers, associations and private companies for the saving and interpretation of industrial and technical heritage” More information to follow on: http://industrialheritage.eu/event/en/2020-weekend

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International Water History Conference

24 June - 26 June

Start date Wednesday 24 June 2020 - 10:00 End date Friday 26 June 2020 - 17:00 Location Delft University of Technology, exact location tbd The 2020 Delft Water History meeting in the Netherlands will be a unique opportunity to exchange existing and develop new insights on the history of one of our most precious resources. The conference is hosted by the Water Resources Group at Delft University of Technology. Both proposals for individual papers and complete sessions are most welcome.…

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July 2020

sKBL International Summer School

3 July - 11 July

The first edition of the sKBL International Summer School will start in 2020. Many associate England, France and Germany with beautiful castles and stretched-out rural estates. Within Europe, the Netherlands is not as often associated with this, even though contains hundreds of special castles, historic country houses and rural estates. The sKBL International Summer School wants to change this by focusing on this versatile Dutch monumental heritage with knowledgable participants of various nationalities. The organisation also aspires to create an…

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Scientific Methods in Cultural Heritage Research conference

12 July

Integrating Multidisciplinary Approaches for Deeper Characterization, Interpretation and Preservation of Heritage July 12 - 17, 2020 The conference, open to researchers from all fields of heritage sciences, will highlight exceptional advances in methodologies and applications, which impact the interpretation, conservation and the fundamental knowledge of global material culture. Innovative researchers in the field of heritage sciences and a selection of inspiring speakers from related fields will discuss the impact of comprehensive analytical, biological, and engineering approaches on heritage research. In…

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August 2020

Association of Critical Heritage Studies 5th Biennial Conference

26 August - 30 August
University College London, Gower St
London, United Kingdom
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Organised by the UCL Institute of Archaeology at University College London in association with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Heritage Priority Area. For more information, please visite the conference’s website: https://achs2020london.com/ The conference’s theme—Futures—invites participants to explore a range of issues, including the future of critical heritage studies; newly emerging concepts, themes and methods for the study of heritage; the future of heritage management, governance and diplomacy; evolving and nascent forms of heritage, and how they might be…

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September 2020

Applied Nuclear Physics (ANP) conference

13 September - 18 September
Czech Technical University, 166 36 Prague 6
Prague, Czech Republic
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The European Physical Society (EPS) introduces the new Applied Nuclear Physics (ANP) conference promoted by the EPS Nuclear Physics Division. The ANP conference will provide an open forum for scientists and engineers working in the wide field of nuclear applications with particular emphasis on energy, health, space, environment, material science, preservation and cultural heritage. This is a unique opportunity for scientists from these different communities to exchange views and foster synergies to find new ways and horizons to the challenges…

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Heritage in Motion

18 September
Chemnitz Chemnitz, Germany + Google Map

Heritage in Motion is a multimedia competition for the creators and users of films, games, apps and websites on themes related to Europe’s heritage, cultural and natural, tangible and intangible. Heritage in Motion grants awards and celebrates the best multimedia achievements and products – through varied, creative and innovative means - in order to draw attention to the value of Europe’s cultural and natural heritage in all its facets. Call for projects: Heritage in Motion Award Ceremony, 18th of September…

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Digital Transformation in Cultural Heritage Institutions

19 September - 25 September
Museum of Art and History, Rue Charles-Galland 2
Geneva, 1206 Switzerland
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The CIDOC Conference 2020 in Geneva will address an important societal theme that cannot be ignored nowadays: digital transformation in cultural heritage institutions. The use of digital technology, though marginal at first, has gradually reshaped documentation practices and transformed almost all aspects of museum work, sometimes even pushing institutions to deviate from traditional conceptions of what their roles should be. The conference, organized by the Museum of Art and History of the City of Geneva, will take place from September…

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The best in heritage 2020

23 September - 25 September
dubrovnik dubrovnik, Croatia (Local Name: Hrvatska) + Google Map

The Best in Heritage is an annual conference on which award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects present their success stories. Representatives of over forty laureates elaborate on their achievements, which have been recognised by professional juries over the past year for their outstanding quality. Aim of the conference is to promote these exceptional projects which demonstrate innovation and excellence concerning the care and communication of heritage. The Best in Heritage is taking place in Dubrovnik every year at the end…

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SEMINAR Digital Technology and heritage – Challenges and Issues

29 September - 30 September

SEMINAR Digital Technology and heritage – Challenges and Issues Digital applied to heritage represents an important field of digital humanities, and also of what is now known as “Heritage Science”. It encompasses all aspects of heritage, from cultural to natural, tangible to intangible, physical to digital. It brings together heterogeneous scientific competence in a dialogue that stimulates creativity and opens new perspectives for the understanding, transmission and sharing of heritage elements. This significant progress, in a field with a high…

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October 2020

4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings

7 October - 8 October
Fraunhofer Institut for Building Physics IBP, Fraunhoferstr. 10
Valley, Germany
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After tree successful conferences organised by Casas Históricas y Singulares and Ars Civilis in Madrid (2014), the Belgian Building Research Institute in Brussels (2016) and the Swedish Energy Agency, Uppsala University and the Swedish National Heritage Board in Visby (2018) we are proud to announce the 4th International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings which will be held October 7th to 8th, 2020 in Benediktbeuern, Germany. Achieving the ambitious governmental and societal goals in CO2 reduction needed to mitigate global climate change requires the contribution of all sectors including buildings and the construction industry.…

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European Week of Regions and Cities 2020

10 October - 15 October

The 2020 edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) is coming up on 12-15 October in Brussels, Belgium.  The preparations for this 18th edition have already started. The main topics of 2020 are: Green Europe Cohesion and cooperation (including also the celebration of 30 years of Interreg!) Empowering citizens Call for event partners is open #EURegionsWeek offers plenty of opportunities to actively contribute to the event and the agenda. Call for 'event partners' and session proposals is open until 27 March 2020. You can…

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Florence Heri-Tech

14 October - 16 October
Villa Vittoria, Palazzo dei Congressi
Florence, Italy
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-- POSTPONED TO 14 to 16 October 2020 -- The International Conference Florence Heri-tech: the Future of Heritage Science and Technologies, involves a large number of researches and scholars from around the world and puts the industry's current issues under spotlight, specifically on issues related to innovative techniques and technologies for Cultural Heritage. The Conference is part of the Florence International Biennial for Art and Restoration, an international event attracting prestigious institutions and companies and creating a unique opportunity to…

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Conference: Contested Heritage, the Art Market and Ethical and Legal Issues

20 October @ 8:00 pm - 22 October @ 5:00 pm
Leiden (tbd) Leiden, Netherlands + Google Map

POSTPONED TO 20 October 2020 The National Museum of Antiquities (RMO) together with the Centre for Museums, Collections and Society and the LDE Centre for Global Heritage and Development organize a two day conference on the theme of contested heritage, the art marktet and ethical and legal issues. More information will follow soon and will be published first on globalheritage.nl.

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