Daring participation! The REACH project workshop on Institutional Heritage is just started!

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Cattura.1PNGFour international workshops on different aspects of participation will be held in the frame of REACH. The first one is being  running  right now in Berlin.
During the two days event around 20-25  experts will meet and discuss many aspects of all kinds of possibilities for participation in the institutional care for cultural heritage.

Mostly targeted to cultural institutions and public administrations, the workshop addresses the following themes:

  • Core functions and activities to be faced by cultural heritage institutions
  • Who can and should be involved in which area of work?
  • How can citizens get involved for mutual benefit?
  • What actions are necessary for lasting participation?
  • Best practice examples

Get more information here.

 

 

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