Online attendance on Saturday, 13 May
Under the ‘Learning for the future’ strand, we have selected a prominent keynote speaker and several presentations for you to watch remotely from early morning until evening. Check out below what we have on stock for you and book your virtual seat until 7 May.
Many of you know Graham Black (UK) as a must-read author for museum studies. Graham is known for his progressive approach to curation. His provoking contribution will highlight the importance of participation and inclusion in heritage that is not only urged by conventions and politics, but also increasingly expected by people themselves. His recent exhibition was short-listed for the Museums and Heritage ‘Temporary Exhibition of the Year’ award.
We have lined up several most relevant presentations from several countries, from Europe and the USA that will share theoretical findings and practical experiences.
· Elisa Bailey (Spain): Ephemeral heritage: Socio-political graphics in the public realm, both interpreting and interpreted
· Krisztina Balázs-Bécsi (Hungary): How heritage interpretation enhances formal and informal learning – the case of Szigetvár Castle
· Elena-Maria Cautiș (Italy): The ‘interpretation’ dilemma within the Faro Convention and its link to sustainability thinking
· Katia Dianina (USA): Whose Heritage? Contested sites and memory wars in the post-socialist public space
· Angus Forbes (Germany): Lost and found
· Claudia Grünberg & Sandra Nasser (Germany): Young Climate Action for World Heritage (YCAWH)
· Patrick Lehnes (Germany): The potential of heritage and interpretation to transform societies
· Eleonora Narvelius (Sweden): Terrorscapes, leisurescapes, migrantscapes? (Re)interpreting European heritage sites associated with expulsions and forced migrations in the wake of the 2015 migrant crisis
· Mark Wallis (UK): Make do and mend: How costumed live interpretation can seduce visitors into sustainability
The programme starts with a keynote speech at 7:30 CEST and ends at 16:30 CEST, and it includes a lunch break and two coffee breaks.
The recordings will be made available for all online attendees until the end of May on a dedicated platform.
Interpret Europe conference fees are pegged to average income levels in different countries (Groups A-D). Attendees pay the appropriate fee in Euros corresponding to their country of residence.
Group A: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Kenya, Kosovo, Moldova, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Pakistan, Philippines, Rwanda, Serbia, South Africa, Ukraine.
Group B: Argentina, Belarus, Bulgaria, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Greece, Latvia, Montenegro, Romania, Slovakia Turkey.
Group C: Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Slovenia, Spain.
Group D: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States.
If your country is not listed above, please contact [email protected]
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Interpret Europe members taking part in our conference pay reduced conference fees and institutional or business members can send up to two delegates at reduced fees.
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If you have any questions regarding the online attendance, please contact Inesa Sulaj, IE Office Manager at [email protected].
For matters related to a live conference, reach out to our local conference team at [email protected].