MCPA Zadar: Međunarodna konferencija ‘Konzervacija i restauracija u podvodnoj arheologiji: iskustva, metode i nove spoznaje’ (PRESS)

MCPA Zadar: međunarodna konferencija ,,Konzervacija i restauracija u podvodnoj arheologiji: iskustva, metode i nove spoznaje’’ , Zadar, 24. – 26.10.2019.

Zadovoljstvo mi je izvijestiti Vas kako Međunarodni centar za podvodnu arheologiju u Zadru, u suradnji sa Sveučilištem, organizira međunarodnu konferenciju pod nazivom ,,Konzervacija i restauracija u podvodnoj arheologiji: iskustva, metode i nove spoznaje’’ – CRUA 2019.

Međunarodna konferencija održat će se u četvrtak 24. listopada u prostoru bivše crkve Sv. Nikole te u petak 25. listopada na Zadarskom Sveučilištu.

Zadarska županija pokrovitelj je ove međunarodne manifestacije.

Svrha konferencije je okupiti znanstvenike i stručnjake koji se bave konzervatorsko-restauratorskim radovima podvodne arheološke baštine kako bi se jačanjem suradnje i umrežavanjem doprinijelo intenzivnijem
povezivanju te razmjeni znanja i iskustva. Predavanja će održati hrvatski i strani stručnjaci, predstavnici uglednih inozemnih sveučilišta i instituta iz 11 zemalja (Slovenija, Italija, Francuska, Velika Britanija, Njemačka, Španjolska, Portugal, Kanada, SAD, Kolumbija, Južna Koreja).

Cilj međunarodne konferencije je predstaviti stručne i znanstvene projekte u području konzervacije i restauracije u podvodnoj arheologiji, a osnovna svrha je približiti građanstvu važnost zaštite i očuvanja podvodne kulturne baštine.

Međunarodna konferencija sufinancirana je sredstvima Ministarstva kulture i otvorena je za širu javnost.

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MCPA Zadar PRESS

SEM – Intangible heritage a challenge for management and collection policy (PRESS)

Intangible heritage a challenge for management and collection policy
Zagreb, Croatia
17. – 20. October 2019.

Conference program

Organisers:
ICOM SEE, ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM
Partners:
ICOM CROATIA, ICOM SLOVENIA, INTERCOM, COMCOL, MIMARA MUSEUM
Project Support:Slovenski etnografski muzejSlovenski etnografski muzej
ICOM Special Project Grant, CROATIAN MINISTRY OF CULTURE, CITY OF ZAGREB
Organising committee:
Darko Babić, ICOM Croatia
Goranka Horjan; ICOM SEE
Åsa Stenström, COMCOL
Alenka Černelič Krošelj, vice president ICOM Slovenia
Ole Winter, INTERCOM
Scientific committee:
Iris Biškupić Bašić
Biljana Đorđević
Tanja Roženbergar
Tvrtko Zebec
Main coordinator:
Tanja Kocković Zaborski

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

17th October 2019, VENUE: Mimara Museum

9:00 – 15:00 Registration
10:00 – Conference opening
Introductory greetings by organisers and members of Croatian Ministry of Culture and City of Zagreb:
Welcome address by the host museum director: mr. sc. Lada Ratković Bukovčan, Mimara Museum
Goranka Horjan, director of Ethnographic Museum and president of ICOM SEE
Representative of City of Zagreb
Representative of Ministry of Culture, Croatia

10:30 – Opening panel:
How to initiate International Day of Intangible Heritage
Keynote to the panel:
Tvrtko Zebec, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore, director of the International Folklore Festival and member of the National Committee for ICH at the Ministry of Culture, Zagreb
Panellists:
Darko Babić, chair of ICOM Croatia,
Alenka Černelič Krošelj, vice president ICOM Slovenia
Alexandra Bounia, board member COMCOL
Goranka Horjan, board member ICOM SEE
Slavko Spasić, INTERCOM
Moderator: Tanja Roženbergar, director of Slovene Ethnographic Museum and vice president of ICOM SEE

11:50 – Coffee break
Visiting artisans of intangible heritage in atrium of Mimara Museum (traditional toys, lace, gold embroidery).
In atrium of Museum Mimara conference attendants can also watch selection of documentary films on intangible heritage shown for the general audience as well.

12:15 – First theme panel:
Challenges in collecting and documenting intangible heritage
Keynote to the panel:
Alexandra Bounia, COMCOL, “Challenges in documenting and collecting intangible heritage in museums: an overview”
Panellists:
Iris Biškupić Bašić, Ethnographic Museum, Zagreb, “The Zagreb Ethnographic Museum – New Challenges in Collecting Disappearing Heritage”
Goran Sanev, direktor Arheoloskog Muzeja Republike Severne Makedonije
Nirha Efendić, Ethnology Department, National Museum of Bossnia and Hercegovina, Sarajevo, “The cultural context of sevdalinka development and archival preservation today”
Lebiba Džeko – National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina – “Some experiences in researches of intangible cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina”
Moderator: Alma Leka, Chair of ICOM Bosnia and Herzegovina

13:35 – 15:00 – Lunch break

15:00 – Second theme panel:
Intangible Heritage and Communities
Keynote to the panel:
Inhye LEE, Curator of Folk Research Division, National Folk Museum of Korea, “Issue of the process of heritigization : Focusing on the culture of Jeju Haenyeo Community”
Panellists:
Matija Dronjić, Ethnographic Museum, Zagreb/project partner with National Folk Museum in South Korea, “What can we learn from “The Culture of Jeju Haenyeo” safeguarding endavours?”
Yiannis Markakis, Ethnographic Museum, Crete, Greece,“Earthly voices; ICH &Cretan Communities“
Lidija Nikočević, Ethnographic Museum of Istria/Museo Etnografico dell’Istria, “In the collaboration with communities: voices from a regional museum”
Adela Pukl, Slovene Etnographic Museum – “What are benefits of researching ICH for Slovene Ethnographic Museum?”
Moderator: Tanja Kocković Zaborski, Ethnographic Museum, Zagreb

16:30 – Tour of Mimara Museum
19:00 – Guided tour – exhibition „Hat off!“ and reception at Ethnographic museum, Zagreb

18th October 2019, Venue: Mimara Museum, Zagreb

9:00 – Registration
9:30 – Third theme panel:
Museum Management and Challenges of Decolonisation and Restitution
Keynote to the panel:
Boris Wastaiu, Ethnographic Museum of Geneva, “Museum management and challenges of decolonisation and restitution”
Panellists:
Rut Carek, chief secretary of the Croatian Commission for UNESCO, Croatia “Multinational nominations for ICH UNESCO list”
Cyril Isnart, MUCEM, “MUCEM as a postcolonial museum? History, collections, and collaborative practices”
Kate Šikić Čubrić, Mirela Bilić, Museum of Wooden Shipbuilding, Betina, Croatia, Awarded ICH Museum project Betina
Moderator: Slavko Spasić, ICOM Serbia Chair

11:00 – Coffee break

11:30 – Forth theme panel:
Sustainable Solutions for ICH
Key note to the panel:
Mirela Hrovatin, Ministry of Culture, Croatia – Financial support to ICH projects
Panellists:
Svetla Dimitrova, Regional Ethnographic open air museum ETAR – Gabrovo
– “The Museum Event Schedule and the Non-tangible Cultural Heritage”
Virgil Stefan Nitulescu, Muzeul National al Taranului Roman
Katarina Sekirnik, Craftsmanship consortium, Slovenia “Consortium of Craft Centres of Slovenia and its sustainable approach“
Moderator: Ralf Čeplak Mencin, ICOM/ICME chair, Slovene Ethnographic Museum

13:00 – Lunch break

14:00. Fifth theme panel:
How to ensure transfer of knowledge and skills to younger generations
Key note to the panel:
Ralf Čeplak Mencin, ICOM/ICME chair, Slovene Ethnographic Museum, “How to ensure transfer of knowledge and skills to younger generations”
Panellists:
Mirjam Gnezda Bogataj, Idrija Municipal Museum, Slovenia, “Transferring knowledge and skills of bobbin lacemaking to young people in Slovenia”
Jelena Đukanović, Muzej Nikšić, Montenegro, “All Colours of Montenegro – Dyeing of Wool with Herbal Dyes “
Mirela Miličević Sečić, “Should I stay or Should I go”, Federal Ministry of Culture and Sports, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Maja Žebčević Matić, “Museum in the pot”, Gradski muzej Požega
Moderator: Alenka Černelić Krošelj, vice president ICOM Slovenia

15:30 – Hyeon Mi CHUNG, Senior Curator of Folk Research Division,
NFMK- Presentation of the International Journal of Intangible Heritage “Museums as Cultural Hubs: Bridging the past-Present-Future of Intangible Culture”

16:00 – Free time – Tour of Croatian Museum of Naive Art
19:00 – Reception

19th October 2019 – Excursion to Slovenia

8:15 – meeting point – Mimara Museum
8:30 – Departure to Trbovlje
Drive along the river Sava, with the view to castles and beautiful scenery of Krško, Sevnica, Radeče
10:30 – stop in the power plant Trbovlje, tour
11:15 – arrival to Trbovlje, bus tour of Trbovlje with guide from Zasavski museum (drive near coal mining colonies)
12:00 – Visit to Informative Center (Culture Park, project Inspiration) and walk to Delavski dom
13:00 – 14.00 – Lunch break
14:00 – 14:30 – Venue: Delavski dom – Discussion on how to preserve intangible industrial heritage, meeting with partners in project Inspiration
14:30 – 15:30 – guided tour of Festival Speculum Artium in Delavski dom, Trbovlje
https://www.culture.si/en/Speculum_Artium_Festival
https://slo-link.si/festival-speculum-artium-2019-in-digitalbigscreen-2019/
http://speculumartium.si/?page_id=1039
Departure to Zagreb
17:00 – 18:00 – Stopover at Brežice castle Museum

20th October 2019
Departure of conference participants

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FFZG – Poziv ‘7th scientific conference Methodology and Archaeometry’ (PRESS)

Dear colleagues,

It is our pleasure to invite you to the 7th scientific conference Methodology and Archaeometry which will take place on 2nd and 3rd of December 2019 at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb

The scientific conference Methodology and Archaeometry is being organised by the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb since 2013. The goal of the conference is to entice interdisciplinarity, critical thinking, new insights and approaches as well as new theoretical frameworks in contemporary archaeological science. Coverage of a wide spectrum of themes and scientific disciplines has resulted in papers and discussions that promote scientific issues in the fields of methodology, documentation and interpretation of archaeological data.

The interdisciplinary character of the conference brings together archaeologists and researchers from other scientific disciplines with whom archaeologists collaborate closely; and who – through their work, projects and ideas – promote new insights about the interpretation of the human life in the past.

Section Methodology

The main questions this section is aimed to address are:

  • 1. Archaeological methodology: Recent trends and continuous problems
  • 2. Interpreting archaeological record
  • 3. Misuse of the archaeological record
  • 4. Archaeological heritage management standards
  • 5. Data sharing in archaeology: Open access digital repositories
  • 6. Experimental archaeology
  • 6. Technological advances and underwater archaeology

Section Archaeometry

The main questions of this session are:

  • 1. Raw material provenance studies
  • 2. Archaeological methodology in the interpretation of archaeometric studies
  • 3. Application of analytical techniques and methods to archaeological material analysis
  • 4. Technological studies
  • 5. Radiocarbon analysis and interpretation

lease send the summaries of your oral presentations and posters by the 15th of October 2019 to the e-mail address metarh@ffzg.hr

Abstracts should be submitted according to the following structure:

  • Author details: full name, organization, address, email
  • Title: choose a title that reflects the main message of the abstract
  • Keywords: please include 4-6 key words
  • Text: should not exceed 300 words

All summaries will be published in the abstract book and available at the web site of the conference.

The official language of the conference is English. There is no registration fee.

This year’s conference has been financially supported by the Croatian Archaeological Society and the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Zagreb.

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DOWNLOAD: Call for papers MetArh2019

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AMZ – Međunarodna konferencija o arheologiji i turizmu – Sense and Sustainability (PRESS)

Poziv na press konferenciju
povodom održavanja Međunarodne konferencije o arheologiji i turizmu – Sense and Sustainability
u ponedjeljak, 6. svibnja 2019. u 12 sati

Velika dvorana Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu
Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 19, Zagreb
Poštovani/a,
Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu Vas poziva na press konferenciju povodom održavanja Međunarodne konferencije o arheologiji i turizmu – Sense and Sustainability, u ponedjeljak 6. svibnja 2019. u 12 sati (podne) u Velikoj dvorani Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu, Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 19, Zagreb.Govornici na konferenciji:

  • Sanjin Mihelić, ravnatelj Arheološkog muzeja u Zagrebu
  • Felipe Criado Boado, predsjednik Europskog udruženja arheologa (European Association for Archaeologists – EAA)
  • Peter DeBrine, voditelj programa za razvoj održivog turizma, UNESCO (UNESCO World Heritage Center, World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Programme)
  • Fergus Maclaren, glavni tajnik Europske mreže kulturnog turizma (European Cultural Tourism Network – ECTN)
  • Marko Mele, voditelj projekta “Monumentalni krajolici starijega željeznog doba na prostoru Podunavlja“ („Monumentalized Early Iron Age Landscapes in the Danube river basin“ (akronim: Iron-Age-Danube))
Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu od 6. do 10. svibnja 2019. godine, u suradnji s Europskim udruženjem arheologa i Projektom Iron-Age-Danube organizira Međunarodnu konferenciju o arheologiji i turizmu – Sense and Sustainability.
Na konferenciji sudjeluje preko 200 stručnjaka iz područja arheologije i turizma iz čitavog svijeta. Neke od tema tijekom trajanja konferencije su kulturne rute, doživljajni turizam i destinacijski menadžment arheološke baštine, arheološki turizam u zaštićenim područjima (lokaliteti svjetske baštine, nacionalni parkovi), održivi razvoj, arheologija i turizam namijenjene arheolozima, turističkim stručnjacima i ostalim dionicima koji stvaraju i upravljanju kulturno-turističkim proizvodima.
Napomena: Na press konferenciji nije osigurano simultano prevođenje, te Vam tijekom konferencije stojimo na raspolaganju za potrebe prijevoda stručnih izraza.
Međunarodna konferencija o arheologiji i turizmu
SENSE AND SUSTAINABILITY
6. – 10. 5. 2019.

Službeni jezik konferencije je engleski.

Predstavnicima medija omogućeno je besplatno sudjelovanje na konferenciji uz obaveznu prethodnu najavu na mail pr@amz.hr sa sljedećim podacima: Ime i prezime, Redakcija i Broj mobitela. Nakon Vaše najave mailom, akreditaciju možete preuzeti u Arheološkom muzeju u Zagrebu u Maloj dvorani na prvom katu. Akreditacija vrijedi za cijeli program konferencije koji se održava u Zagrebu.

U petak, 10. svibnja 2019. kao dio konferencije organizirano je stručno putovanje Zagreb – Istra za koje je potrebna Vaša posebna prijava na mail dmaracic@amz.hr. Prijave za putovanje u Istru zaprimamo do utorka 7. svibnja 2019. do 12 sati (podne).


 

GENERALNI PROGRAM KONFERENCIJE

Monday, 6th May
8:00      18:30    Registration of delegates
12:00    13:00    Press Conference
13:00    14:00    Free time
14:00    15:30    Tour of the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb
15:30    18:00    Walking tour of the Zagreb City Centre
18:00    19:30    Welcome reception by the Mayor of the City of Zagreb, Dverce Palace
20:00    21:00    Opening Ceremony in the Gardens of the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb
, Welcome addresses: Felipe Criado Boado, President, European Association of Archaeologists, Sanjin Mihelić Director, Archaeological Museum in Zagreb Marko Mele, Project leader, Iron Age Danube Project, Frano Matušić, State Secretary, Croatian Ministry of Tourism, Iva Hraste Sočo, Assistant Minister of Culture for International Cooperation, Tedi Lušetić Head of the Zagreb City Office for Culture, Saša Missoni Ambassador of Croatian Tourism for the Croatian National Tourism Board Margaret Gowen Larsen Co-chair of the EAA Community on Integrating Management of Archaeological Heritage and Tourism / Member of ICOMOS-ICAHM Fergus Maclaren President, ICOMOS International Cultural Tourism Committee
21:00    22:00    Keynote lectures:
Peter DeBrine – World Heritage Sustainable Tourism Policy and Tools
Manos Vougioukas – The Charter for Sustainable Cultural Tourism & the European Year of Cultural Heritage legacy
Stefano Dominioni – Cultural Routes and Archaeological Heritage*

Tuesday, 7th May
8:00      18:30    Registration of delegates
8:30      18:30    Parallel sessions
20:00    23:30    Conference Party: Kontesa Bar & Club

Wednesday, 8th May
8:00      18:30    Registration of delegates
8:30      18:30    Parallel sessions
19:00    23:30    Iron Age Danube Party in the Gardens of the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb

Thursday, 9th May
8:00      18:30    Registration of delegates
8:30      18:30    Parallel sessions
20:00    23:30    Closing Conference Party

Friday, 10th May
08:00    11:00    Organized travel Zagreb – Istria
11:00    14:00    Visits to heritage sites in Istria: Dvigrad – forgotten mediaeval town &
Svetvinčenat – mediaeval heritage town
14:00    15:00    Lunch break (lunch package provided)
15:00    16:30    Pula symposium on destination management
16:30    17:30    Walking tour of the City of Pula
17:30    18:30    Visit to the Pula Amphitheatre
18:30    20:00    Visit to the exhibition “Two Prehistoric Treasures of Portugal: Côa and Lagar Velho” / Reception hosted by the Archaeological Museum of Istria
20:00    23:30    Organized travel Pula – Zagreb
The Pula Symposium will further explore the theme “Heritage in Tourism Destination Management”.The Symposium is organized in cooperation with the Archaeological Museum of Istria.
Please note that the visit to Pula requires separate booking.


 

PROGRAM KONFERENCIJE

Detaljan program s opisom prezentacija, radionica i okruglih stolova i ostalih događanja tijekom trajanja konferencije dostupan je u Programskoj knjižici konferencije SENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY.

Konferencija se odvija na tri lokacije: Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu (Trg Nikole Šubića Zrinskog 19), Galerija AMZ (Ulica Pavla Hatza 6) i Matica hrvatska (Matičina 2).

Konferencija je podijeljena na 29 sesija:

  1. Archaeological heritage in destination management of historic towns and cities

VENUE: Matica hrvatska
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Darko Komšo (Archaeological Museum of Istria)

  1. The role of new technologies in interpretation and presentation of archaeological sites

VENUE: Matica hrvatska
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 11:00 – 13:00
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Dora Kušan Špalj (Archaeological Museum in Zagreb)

  1. Dive into the past: Underwater archaeology and sustainable tourism

VENUE: Matica hrvatska
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 14:00 – 16:00
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Irena Radić Rossi (University of Zadar) – Barbara Davidde Petriaggi (Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro (ISCR), Rome, Italy)

  1. Following in the footsteps: The importance of historical figures for modern tourism

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Sunčica Nagradić Habus (Archaeological Museum in Zagreb), Nathan Mannion (EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum)

  1. Destination tourism: Is it right for all heritage tourism?

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 11:00 – 13:00
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Roundtable
ORGANISERS: Valerie Higgins (American University in Rome)

  1. Getting ready for our visitors – Communication and visibility

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 14:00 – 16:00
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Gorana  Barišić Baćelić – Josip Pavić (Public cultural institution Fortress of Culture Šibenik)

  1. Integrated management of archaeological sites: A short review of european practices

VENUE: Great hall
DAY: Tuesday,7 May
TIME: 16:30 – 18:30
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Workshop
ORGANISERS: Hrvoje Potrebica (University of Zagreb) – Vincent Guichard (Bibracte EPCC)

  1. Danse Macabre: Dark tourism and archaeology

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Roundtable
ORGANISERS: Marla J. Toyne (University)

  1. The role of archaeological heritage in development of tourism destinations

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Wednesday, 8 May
TIME: 11:00 – 13:00
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Workshop
ORGANISERS: Renata Nevidal (Globtour Event d.o.o.) – Željko Trezner (Vern’ University of Applied Sciences)

  1. Archaeologist live – Towards active consumption of archaeological heritage

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 14:00 – 16:00
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Ozren Domiter (Archaeological Museum in Zagreb) – Filip Franković (University of Heidelberg)

  1. Education and heritage: Challenges and issues in the age of historicity crisis

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Tuesday, 7 May
TIME: 16:30 – 18:30
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Igor Kulenović (University of Zadar) – Sanja Horvatinčić (Institute of Art History, Zagreb)

  1. Archaeological world heritage sites as tourism attractions: Management, research, conservation and long-term sustainability

VENUE: Matica hrvatska
DAY: Wednesday, 8 May
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30
THEME: Tourism and archaeological heritage management in protected areas, world heritage sites and national parks
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISER: Bruno Navarro (Fundacao Côa Parque, Portugal)

  1. Is tourism destroying world heritage?

(ICAHM sponsored session)
VENUE: Great hall
DAY: Wednesday, 8 May
TIME: 11:00 – 13:00
THEME: Tourism and archaeological heritage management in protected areas, world heritage sites and national parks
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: William P. Megarry (ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management)

  1. Mediterranean cultural routes

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Wednesday, 8 May
TIME: 14:00 – 16:00
THEME: Cultural routes
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Sofia Fonseca (Teiduma, Consultancy on Heritage and Culture) – Alexandra Rodrigues (Algarve University) – Juan Manuel Cid (Legado Andalusí) – Rachid Chamoun (LAU Louis Cardahi Foundation)

  1. Heritage monumets as cultural event sites

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Wednesday, 8 May
TIME: 08:30 – 10:30
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Roundtable
ORGANISERS: Gorana  Barišić Baćelić – Josip Pavić (Public cultural institution Fortress of Culture Šibenik)

  1. Revitalization of cultural heritage sites – sharing values

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Wednesday, 8 May
TIME: 11:00 – 13:00; 14:00 – 16:00
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Katalin Wollák, Erszebet Jerem (Archaeolingua, Hungary) – Matija Črešnar (University of Ljubljana) – Jacqueline Balen, Marta Rakvin (Archaeological Museum in Zagreb) – Ivana Pancirov, Sandra Jakopec (APE d.o.o.)

  1. Watch your step! – Sustainable management of cave sites as tourist attractions

VENUE: Great hall
DAY: Wednesday,8 May
TIME: 16:30 – 18:30
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Jim Ahern (University of Wyoming) – Ivor Janković (Institute for Anthropological Research, Zagreb)

  1. Heritage impact assessment and the cultural property management planning

(ICOMOS CROATIA SPONSORED ROUNDTABLE)
VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Wednesday,87 May
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Roundtable
ORGANISERS: Dražen Arbutina (ICOMOS Croatia / Politechnic of Zagreb)

  1. Borders and boundaries of critical heritage studies in the mediterranean area: Tourism and beyond

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Wednesday, 8 May
TIME: 11:00 – 13:00
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Darko Babić (University of Zagreb) – Clara Masriera Esquerra (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) – Alexandra Bounia (University College London – Qatar)

  1. The Neandertal trail: A nascent cultural route

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Wednesday,87 May
TIME: 11:00 – 13:00
THEME: Cultural routes
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Ivor Janković (Institute for Anthropological Research) – Ivor Karavanić (University of Zagreb) – Sanjin Mihelić (Archaeological Museum in Zagreb)

  1. Crossing borders: Challenges of transnational management of world heritage in relation to tourism

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Wednesday, 8 May
TIME: 14:00 – 16:00
THEME: Tourism and archaeological heritage management in protected areas, world heritage sites and national parks
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Cynthia Dunning (ArchaeoConcept)

  1. Journey to the beginnings: Developing sustainable arts-based heritage tourism

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Wednesday,89 May
TIME: 16:30 – 18:30
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Joanna Sofaer (University of Southampton) – Barna Petrányi (Pro Progressione, Hungary)

  1. Illyria route: How history and archaeology can unite people and countries

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Thursday, 9 May
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30
THEME: Cultural routes
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Damir Murković (Croatian Community of Trieste) – Maša Sakara Sučević (Koper Regional Museum) – Morana Vuković (Archaeological Museum Zadar)

  1. Archaeological parks in protected areas and national parks: Perspectives and their significance for development of cultural tourism

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Thursday, 9 May
TIME: 11:00 – 13:00
THEME: Tourism and archaeological heritage management in protected areas, world heritage sites and national parks
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Joško Zaninović (Krka National Park)

  1. The ICOMOS cultural tourism charter renewal: Implications for archaeological site management and sustainability

VENUE: Great Hall
DAY: Thursday, 9 May
TIME: 14:00 – 16:00
THEME: Heritage in tourism destination management
FORMAT: Workshop
ORGANISERS: Fergus T. Maclaren (ICOMOS International Cultural Tourism Committee)

  1. Approaches and challenges in development and sustainable management of cultural routes

VENUE: Great hall
DAY: Thursday,9 May
TIME: 16:30 – 18:30
THEME: Cultural routes
FORMAT: Workshop
ORGANISERS: Marta Rakvin (Archaeological Museum in Zagreb) – Vlasta Klarić (Ministry of Tourism, Republic of Croatia) – Ksenija Keča (International University Libertas) – Marko Trupković (Žumberak-Samoborsko Gorje Nature Park)

  1. Friend or foe: Reconstructions as a means of site interpretation

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Thursday, 9 May
TIME: 8:30 – 10:30
THEME: Tourism and archaeological heritage management in protected areas, world heritage sites and national parks
FORMAT: Roundtable
ORGANISER: Peter Kienzle (LVR-Archaeological Park at Xanten)

  1. Interpretation and presentation of archaeological sites within the framework of the legislation

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Thursday, 9 May
TIME: 14:00 – 16:00
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Roundtable
ORGANISERS: Dora Kušan Špalj (Archaeological Museum in Zagreb)

  1. Money makes the world go round: Archaeological tourism, alternative funding and sustainability of projects in archaeology

VENUE: Gallery AMZ
DAY: Thursday, 9 May
TIME: 16:30 – 18:30
THEME: Sustainable development, archaeology and tourism
FORMAT: Regular session
ORGANISERS: Filip Franković (University of Heidelberg) – Ozren Domiter (Archaeological Museum in Zagreb)

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Započela je prva stručno-znanstvena konferencija Proceed with Care (PRESS)

Priznati domaći i svjetski stručnjaci bavit će se važnim pitanjem rastućeg konflikta između prekomjernog turizma te zaštite kulturnog okruženja, povijesnih gradova, spomenika i lokaliteta, osobito onih koji su uvršteni na Popis svjetske baštine UNESCO-a

Šibenik, 02. svibnja 2019. – U Hrvatskom narodnom kazalištu u Šibeniku svečano je otvorena prva Međunarodna stručno-znanstvena konferencija Proceed with Care/ Nastavimo s pažnjom koja se održava u organizaciji Nacionalne udruge za interdisciplinarno djelovanje na području baštine i turizma. Konferencija se odvija pod pokroviteljstvom Predsjednice Republike Hrvatske Kolinde Grabar – Kitarović, Hrvatskog povjerenstva za UNESCO i Ministarstva turizma te uz partnerstvo Grada Šibenika, Hrvatske turističke zajednice i Nacionalnog parka Krka.

Na početku svečanog otvorenja konferencije, prisutnima se obratila Jelena Skorup, organizatorica konferencije, koja je svoj govor započela glavnim pitanjem konferencije „Zašto trebamo nastaviti s pažnjom?“

„Turizam je jedna o najbitnijih socijalnih i ekonomskih fenomena zadnjih nekoliko desetljeća i pokazuje znatan rast. Zemlje i zajednice imaju priliku promovirati svoj jedinstveni baštinski identitet, s velikom strašću, upravo preko turizma. U zadnjih nekoliko desetljeća neki gradovi i znamenitosti, posebice oni na UNESCO-voj listi Svjetske baštine, došli su u opasnost zbog prevelikog broja posjetitelja koji prelaze njihove kapacitete.“ – istaknula je Jelena Skorup, jedna od organizatorica konferencije.

Govor su održali i gradonačelnik grada Šibenika Željko Burić, te predstavnik Ministarstva turizma, državni tajnik Tonči Glavina koji su istaknuli kako se hrvatski gradovi sve više susreću s prekomjernim turizmom te je potrebno na vrijeme poduzimati potrebne radnje kako bi se spriječio fenomen prekomjernog turizma.

Članica UNESCO-a i Europa Nostre održala je uvodno predavanje

Nakon svečanog otvorenja, uvodno predavanje održala je Yonca Erkan, voditeljica UNESCO-ve službe za menadžment i promociju Svjetske baštine s naglaskom na nove medije, ujedno profesorica na Sveučilištu Kadir Has u Istanbulu. Predavanje je održala na temu „Inclusiveness for Sustainability: Multiplicities for Cultural Tourism“. Kroz svoju bogatu karijeru radila je na mnogim projektima, članica je UNESCO-a i Europa Nostre, a primila je i mnogobrojne svjetske nagrade za svoj rad.

Misao vodilja konferencije Proceed with Care je „Suživot s turizmom“, a tijekom cijele konferencije obuhvaćene će biti dvije glavne tematske cjeline. Prva će se baviti strategijama i tehnikama projektiranja i planiranja turističkih lokacija i infrastruktura za održivo upravljanje baštinom i turizmom u područjima vrijedne kulturne i prirodne baštine s naglaskom na svjetskoj kulturnoj baštini pod zaštitom UNESCO-a. Druga kategorija odnosi se na komunikacijske strategije i tehnike za implementaciju održivih planerskih i dizajnerskih rješenja gdje će se raspravljati i o strategijama pozicioniranja baštinske turističke destinacije te definiranje njezine brend arhitekture.

Više o konferenciji: http://proceedwithcare.org/

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Keynote Yonca Erkan na konferenciji Proceed with Care – Living with Tourism (PRESS)

U Šibenik, na konferenciju Proceed with Care dolazi Yonca Erkan, voditeljica UNESCO-ve službe za menadžment i promociju Svjetske baštine

UNESCO-ov popis spomenika i lokaliteta svjetske baštine potaknuo je zemlje i cijele zajednice da s povećanom strašću promoviraju svoj jedinstveni identitet nasljeđa kroz turizam. No rastuće zanimanje za drugačijim i posebnim dovodi do većeg priljeva turista, a time i do mogućeg ugrožavanja lokaliteta od posebne važnosti. Tok lako može prerasti u poplavu! Odgovor je Proceed with Care.

Zagreb, 4. travanj 2019. – U Hrvatskom narodnom kazalištu u Šibeniku će se od 2. do 5. svibnja 2019. godine po prvi puta održati Međunarodna stručno-znanstvena konferencija pod nazivom Proceed with Care – Living with tourism u organizaciji Nacionalne udruge za interdisciplinarno djelovanje na području baštine i turizma. Glavna tema konferencije biti će „Suživot s turizmom i održivo upravljanje baštinom i turizmom u područjima vrijedne kulturne i prirodne baštine s naglaskom na svjetskoj kulturnoj baštini pod zaštitom UNESCO-a“. Konferencija će se održati pod pokroviteljstvom Predsjednice Republike Hrvatske Kolinde Grabar-Kitarović, Hrvatskog povjerenstva za UNESCO i Ministarstva turizma te uz partnerstvo Grada Šibenika, Hrvatske turističke zajednice i Nacionalnog parka Krka.

Keynote Yonca Erkan na temu „Inclusiveness for Sustainability: Multiplicities for Cultural Tourism“

Uvodno predavanje na konferenciji Proceed with Care održat će Yonca Erkan, voditeljica UNESCO-ve službe za menadžment i promociju Svjetske baštine s naglaskom na nove medije, ujedno profesorica na Sveučilištu Kadir Has u Istanbulu. Kroz svoju bogatu karijeru radila je na mnogim velikim projektima, a posebno se ističe istraživanje koje se održalo od 2012. do 2014. godine pod nazivom „Nematerijalna baština na pokrivenom bazaru, Istanbul i definiranje inovacijskog kapaciteta“. Članica je UNESCO-a, a ima ključnu ulogu o upravljanju i promicanju mjesta svjetske baštine. Ujedno je članica i Europa Nostre, a primila je i mnogobrojne svjetske nagrade za svoj rad. Yonca Erkan u Šibeniku će izlagati predavanje na temu „Inclusiveness for Sustainability: Multiplicities for Cultural Tourism“

“Program Ujedinjenih naroda za održivi razvoj 2030. prepoznaje važnost transformacije društava kroz održive, otporne i inkluzivne putove, obuhvaćene univerzalnim ciljevima održivog razvoja. Kulturni turizam je jedan takav put. S druge strane, povećana mobilnost ljudi otkriva osporavanja i sučeljavanje s fragmentiranom prošlošću. Prošlost je vladala neskladima. Međutim, današnjem pristupu je potreban inkluzivniji stav koji omogućuje postojanje mnogostrukosti. Mnogostrukost je, u najosnovnijem smislu, složena struktura koja se ne odnosi na prethodno jedinstvo.”

Proceed with Care – budućnost turizma je u njegovom održivom razvoju

Stručno-znanstvena konferencija Proceed with Care – Living with Tourism ima cilj postati trajno godišnje okupljanje svjetskih autoriteta, relevantnih autora i istraživača te ujedno pozicionirati Hrvatsku kao inicijatora u području očuvanja materijalne i nematerijalne baštine. Konferencija će nam predstaviti najnovija akademska i znanstvena istraživanja, istraživanja na terenu, strategije, tehnike i alate, podupirući glavnu misao vodilju konferencije „Suživot s turizmom“.

Više informacija o konferenciji  https://www.proceedwithcare.org/

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