Co-creation in arts, culture and heritage
Period and lead partner
Jan - April 2019 with Open Air Museum (LT) as lead partner.
Aim and objectives
The aim is to provide state of the arts knowledge and viewpoints from researchers and key actors in the field.
The objectives are:
Key features of the event
The 2-day Nordic Symposium will take place in Rumšiškės at the Open-Air Museum of Lithuania, April 2019.
The project partners select and send per project country 4 participants (3 VIPS + project leader), in total 16.
Some of the participants will be researchers and experts that are invited to deliver talks on core issues and reviews of the project. A plenary session with round table debate as well as two ses-sions with parallel workshops on main issues will be part of the programme.
A guided tour at the Rumšiškės at the Open-Air Museum of Lithuania will help the participants to experience “good practice” of culture volunteering and co-creative cooperation.
Symposium Compendium on Good Practice
Articles, power-points and other presentation materials from the conference. will be used as draft material for the concluding Symposium Compendium that are planned to have the following disposition:
The text of the compendium will be approx. 35 standard pages, exclusive photos from exemplary activities in the partner associations or their network. The Comepndium will be in English and published as a PDF-edition for wide dissemination.