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.
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