202325may1:00 pm2:30 pmWebinar: FRH TALKS - “European Year of Skills: the future of endangered heritage crafts”

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FRH is pleased to announce a new webinar of the FRH Talks series titled European Year of Skills: the future of endangered heritage crafts. On the occasion of the European Year of Skills, we have invited Daniel Carpenter and Mary Lewis from the Heritage Crafts Association which publishes the Red List of Endangered Crafts in the UK every two years. The 2023 list will be published in May, which gives us a great opportunity to analyse and reflect on the future of some essential crafts for religious heritage.

Following their presentation, Madina Benvenuti, Managing Director of Mad’in Europe, will present the CRAEFT project, an initiative funded by the Horizon programme that aims to deepen our understanding of the multifaceted expression of crafts as a living and developing heritage, as a sustainable source of income and as an expression of the mind.

The meeting will take place on 25 May, from 13:00 to 14:30 CEST.

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(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm


Future for Religious Heritage (FRH)

Future for Religious Heritage (FRH) was founded in 2011 as an organisation dedicated to the safeguarding of Europe’s diverse and unique religious heritage. It is the only independent, non-faith, and non-profit network of charities and conservation departments of governmental, religious and university institutions, and other professionals working to protect religious heritage buildings across Europe, with over 170 members in over 35 countries. FRH works to ensure the promotion and safeguarding of Europe’s religious heritage, by bringing together organisations and individuals in a Europe-wide network and participating in forums and advocacy networks in order to bring the voice of religious heritage to relevant stakeholders and policymakers.

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