Conference: The Future of Roma Cultural Heritage

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CatturaThe conference, organized by the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC) and hosted by the Romani Studies Program of the Central European University (CEU RSP), was supported by the contribution of REACH (project theme H2020-SC6-CULT-COOP-2016-2017, EU Research and Innovation Programme, Horizon 2020, Re-designing Access to European Cultural Heritage).
The event was opened by the presentation of ERIAC to the audience, it’s mission and philosophy; participants were invited to actively contribute to the dialogue focused on the main question ‘the future of Roma cultural heritage’ contemplating possible futures and striving to shape the fields in desired directions.
With ERIAC’s headquarters and main office opening in Berlin in Oct 2017, ERIAC started its international activities with the International Cultural Outreach Program. Within the framework of the program, which encompasses seven events in major European cities, it celebrated the large network of Roma individuals and organizations working in the fields of arts and culture.
The conference was held on February 8, 2018, 15.00h-20.00h at CEU Auditorium A
1051 Budapest, Nador u. 15.
Those interested to attend the event had to confirm their participation and RSVP before January 2018 at:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfHm_VMuoPgByENtVWyXhZjLq9J-UAQDcKh3hCtmXEC7UcxSA/viewform
To read more about the program and the organizers of the conference:
https://eriac.nobadkid.org/

 

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