The final conference of Civic Epistemologies project takes place in Berlin on 12-13 November 2015: Digital Heritage and Innovation, Engagement and Identity.
Two lines will be explored during the Conference:
- Digitisation is producing a big change that is impacting cultural institutions, their practices, the way that the heritage is preserved, accessed and made available on the Internet
- The participation of citizens in digitisation activities and co-creation experiences, including the artistic dimension, represents a big potential that is demanding to be unlocked.
Integrated in the conference programme, a RICHES workshop will be held on the theme “Community-Led Redesign of Cultural Heritage“.
Date: FRIDAY 13 November 2015 – Venue: Hamburger Bahnhof
09.30 – 09.45 Introduction to the RICHES project: Overview of the project aims and objectives – Neil Forbes, Project Coordinator, Coventry University, UK
09.45 – 10.00 Introduction to the topic of Community-Led Cultural Heritage – Moya Kneafsey, Coventry University, UK
10.00 – 11.30: Sub-session 1: Strategies for the Co-Creation of Cultural Heritage
The Spanish-speaking community in Berlin and the use of ‘diasporic’ media – Swenja Wirtz and Monica Hagedorn-Saupe, SPK, Germany
Co-Creation of Cultural Heritage Strategies – Robin van Westen and Dick van Dijk, WAAG, The Netherland
11.30 – 13.00: Sub-session 2: Community-Led Culture Economies
Community-Led Commodification of Food Cultures – Moya Kneafsey, Coventry University
The Commodification of Community-learned Skills in the Digital Age: The Case of Craft – Amalia Sabiescu and Martin Woolley, Coventry University, UK
Community Participation in the Redesign of Urban Built Heritage: the case of Palazzo Pretorio, Italy Antonella Fresa, Promoter, Italy
The whole conference programme and registration is available here.