Expert Meeting: Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Urbanised Society

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Expert meeting: Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Urbanised Society

During the Expert meeting on Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Urbanised Society, a group of Belgian, French, Italian, Swiss and Dutch museum professionals are invited to profoundly deepen their understanding of the interrelation between these three topics, with ample time for reflection, discussion and networking. During parallel working groups, the participants of the expert meeting work towards the compilation of an ICH-toolbox for museum professionals.

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When

26 September 2018 from 09:00 to 17:00
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Where

Swiss Alpine Museum (Switzerland)

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Program


Expert meeting on Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Urbanised Society 

8h30 Registration
9h15 Welcome
9h20

Reflections on the International conference on Intangible cultural heritage, museums and urbanised society

by Ellen Hertz

9h55

Presentation of the position paper on ICH, museums and urbanised society | abstract

by Walter Leimgruber

followed by a panel discussion 

Walter Leimgruber, Basil Rogger (Zürich University of the Arts) and Beatrice Tobler (Ballenberg, Swiss Open-Air Museum).

11h00 Coffee break 
11h30 Inspiring museum cases on intangible cultural heritage (part 1)
12h45 Lunch break 
13h45 Inspiring museum cases on intangible cultural heritage (part 2)
14h50 Coffee break 
15h20

Parallel working groups

Towards a toolbox on intangible heritage for museum professionals

17h40 End
19h Diner at Haus der Religionen 

 

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Four museum experts from The Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, France and Belgium (twenty in total) are invited to participate to the International conference and Expert meeting on Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Urbanised Society that will take place in Berne (Switzerland) on September 25 and 26, 2018.

Interested museum professionals can check out the call for proposals here. More detailed information about the subscription modalities can be found in the Guidelines.