AEGEE-Berlin, the European Citizenship Working Group (ECWG) and the European Students’ Association for Cultural Heritage (ESACH) have been working together in recent months to bring you the ultimate conference:
“Culture Up Your Future – Living out European Heritage in the Digital Age”.
From the 22nd until the 24th of June 2018, around thirty young people from all over Europe will meet in Berlin on occasion of the European Cultural Heritage Summit. We will host a panel discussion, provide workshops and many more activities to encourage our generation to talk about their influence on and engagement with our European cultural heritage. The event will be held in English.
Friday, 22 June 2018
From Iron Curtain to National Identity and European Heritage
This workshop aims at introducing current debates concerning the legacy of the Iron Curtain in the context of major political transformations after 1989. Focus will be the built environment that emerged in the context of the global political tensions generated between the 1960s to the 1990s. It will also question the motivation for the preservation of ideologically charged architecture from both sides of the Iron Curtain.
The workshop is organized in form of a round table discussion and invites participants to critically address the role of ideology in authoritarian and democratic regimes and its impact on architecture and heritage preservation. Furthermore the increasing conflict between national and European identity and its instrumentalization will be highlighted.
In cooperation with:
Kirsten Angermann, Dora Ivanova (ICOMOS DE, AG 2020), Laura Demeter (Leibniz Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung, Regensburg)
Saturday, 23 June 2018
Multifaceted Heritage and reinterpretation of places
This workshop focuses on the complexity of communicating multifaceted heritage in the digital age and the influence of sociological and political changes on the narratives at cultural heritage sites. Presenting cultural heritage in a museums context, means giving meaning to exhibits in a way that visitors can understand and image the uniqueness of the place, the history and the exhibit itself. In other words, stories must be told, and narratives must be presented.
To present narratives means also to manage narratives as any place or exhibit tells different stories.
The workshop invites participants to discuss and explore interactively how interpretation as well as misinterpretation of cultural heritage are influenced by the specific narrative provided.
In cooperation with:
ERASMUS+ project E-CUL-TOURS (Werner Gronau/Hochschule Stralsund, Luca Driussi/EUFRAK-EuroConsults).
Topic: Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age
Under the moderation of Lea-Marie Warlich (Polis180) we welcome to the discussion:
Sunday, 24 June 2018
Please register here. Participation fees will be charged if you make use of the offers listed in the registration form. The panel discussion on Saturday, 23 June 2018 is open to the intersted public.
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