The Future is Heritage
The Future is Heritage Online Programme
In early 2020, a project team with people from all over Europe was put together to start the organization of our main event for this year. However, because of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we found it not responsible for inviting you to join us in person. Because we really want to reach out to you and involve you as much as possible, we will be hosting online sessions throughout the year in the FisH Online Programme!
In this online series, organized and hosted by the project team, we will dive into several themes that will be central topics in the upcoming main event of The Future is Heritage in 2021! Each month, one of the themes of the upcoming main event will be introduced and discussed in an online session. This will be done by shortly looking into a case study from a European country. We invite you to join us during the online sessions to give your opinions about & experiences with the topics and to share your ideas about the theme. In this way, we cannot only have great conversations about heritage far away from each other, but we can also gather your valuable input for making the programme even better for the upcoming main event!
The theme discussed in the first online session was 'Heritage & Tourism'. In this session, together with our audience, we dived into this theme with a case study about mass tourism in Amsterdam. We talked about mass tourism, the different stakeholders and the effects of the pandemic on tourism.
Missed the first online session? Check out the full recording down below! (The session starts at 11:49 )
The second session of the Future is Heritage Online Programme took place on Tuesday, August 25th, 7 PM / 19:00 CET
In this session, we travelled from Amsterdam to Florești (Prahova) in Romania. In this session, together with our audience, we have discussed the theme "Heritage & the local community" by looking into the case study of the interesting 'Palatul Cantacuzino' estate.
Missed the second online session? Check out the full recording down below!
Online Session 3 |Heritage & Inclusion
The third session of the Future is Heritage Online Programme took place on September 24th. The theme of this session was 'Heritage & Inclusion'. We looked into this theme by presenting you a case study from France: the restaurationproject of Fort Cézon, Bretagne. Following on this case study was an interesting discussion about exclusion and inclusion in the European heritage field, with input from the audience.
Missed the third online session? Check out the full recording down below!
Online Session 4 |Heritage & Repurposing
In session 4 we talk about the theme 'Heritage & Repurposing'. What is repurposing? What role can heritage play in repurposing? And how?
To discuss this session's theme and trying to answer these questions, we dive into a case study from Ireland: Nano Nagle Place in the city of Cork in Southern Ireland. While we will be focussing on this case study, we are aiming for an international approach to the theme.
Missed the fourth session? Check out the full recording down below!
Online Session 5 |Heritage & Climate change
In session 5 we talk about the theme 'Heritage & Climate Change'. We will do so by looking into a case study from the sunny city of Valencia in Spain. During this session, we asked ourselves and our audience questions such as "What can we do to make heritage more sustainable" and "Who is responsible for protecting heritage from the effects of climate change". By looking into different examples from the European heritage field and discussing the problems and the possible solutions, we concluded our last session and online programme for this year.
Have you missed this session? Check out the full recording down below!