Upcoming Conference: The Best in Heritage

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Annual, global conference featuring award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects.

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The conference, that celebrates its 17th edition, will take place in the UNESCO heritage site of Dubrovnik on 26-28 September and during the three days programme will feature more then 40 award-winning achievements from 2017.

The Best in Heritage is an annual conference on which award-winning museum, heritage and conservation projects present their success stories. Representatives of over forty laureates elaborate on their achievements, which have been recognised by professional juries over the past year for their outstanding quality. Aim of the conference is to promote these exceptional projects which demonstrate innovation and excellence concerning the care and communication of heritage.

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The event is organized by the European Heritage Association, in partnership with Europa Nostra with support of Creative Europe Programme and Endowment Fund of ICOM.
European Heritage Association, based in Zagreb is non-governmental, non-profit organisation, member of Europa Nostra, dedicated to promoting every aspect of professional excellence in heritage professions.
Its mission is to select and present examples of the best and most successful practices and use their power as change-makers in spreading quality and excellence in public memory domain, contributing thus to creating a powerful profession and better use of heritage.

All awarded projects are available on The Best in Heritage website, organized in a list of several cathegories such as conservation, education, digitalization, art, ethnography and range from the preservation of rural heritage to the promotion of human right as well as immigration, science and history.

Read more about the Conference and the awarded projects here

 

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