Co-creation in arts, culture and heritage

Baltic Symposium 

Group photo of the participants at the symposium

From the symposium, 2nd day

From the guided tour at the Open Air Museum

Symposium Compendium on Good Practice

The Compendium includes resentation materials and summaries from the Baltic Symposium. 

Time and place of the Baltic Symposium

The Batic Symposium took plaace 11 - 13 September 2019 at the Open Air Museum in Rumšiškės, Lithuania.

The project partners selected and send per project country 4 participants, in total 16 persons.

Aim and objectives

The aim was to provide state of the arts knowledge and viewpoints from researchers and key actors in the field.

The objectives were:

  • To present key positions on co-creative cooperation in the field of arts, culture and heritage.
  • To compile examples of good practise and innovative approaches of co-creative cooperation.
  • To clarify needs and key issues for further education / in-service training.

Symposium material 

Presentations from the symposium can be seen here:

01   Presentation of the Open Air Museum by Gita Sapranauskaite

02   Introduction to co-creation by Hans Jørgen Vodsgaard

03   Presentation of workshops in Leknes by Trond Handberg

04   Presentation of good practice in Denmark by Bente von Schindel

05   Presentation of good practice example in Cesis by Kristīne Timermane-Malēja

06   Presentation of typology of co-creation by Hans Jørgen Vodsgaard

07   Presentation of the national day by Trond Handberg

08   Presentation of co-creation in the culture unit by Richard Brattli

09   Presentation of youths at the library by Kristin Granhus

10   Intro to transfer of the learned by Hans Jørgen Vodsgaard

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