What potential role can museums play in a (super)diverse society, while working on intangible cultural heritage and with its practitioners? That is the central question of this expert meeting on Museums, Diversity and Intangible Cultural Heritage.
08 November 2017 from 09:00 to 17:15
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Schielandshuis and Museum Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
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Keynote | Looking for Connections: Collections and Repertoires
Position paper: Intangible Heritage and the museum in an age of superdiversity
Reaction by Alexandra van Dongen | Wereldmuseum & Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (NL)
Interactive debate: make your statement!
Dutch and Swiss museums on challenges and most remarkable win-wins relating to (super)diversity and intangible cultural heritage
! Change of locations: from Schielandshuis to Museum Rotterdam
|13h45||Belgian, Italian and French museums on challenges and most remarkable win-wins relating to (super)diversity and intangible cultural heritage|
Working on intangible cultural heritage and with its practitioners?
Working groups | Developing tools for museum practice focussed on intangible cultural heritage and (super)diversity.
Concluding observations | Museums, Diversity and Intangible Cultural Heritage
By Paul van de Laar | Director Museum Rotterdam (NL) and Albert van der Zeijden | Dutch Centre for Intangible Heritage (NL)
Estimated end: 17h15