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Avenirs du patrimoine | Webinaire du Groupe de travail des professionnels émergents

Heritage Futures EPWG WebinarA quoi ressemble l'avenir du patrimoine culturel ? La notion de l'avenir est-elle pertinente pour la façon dont nous abordons le patrimoine ? Ce sont là deux questions fondamentales auxquelles s'intéresse la Chaire UNESCO sur l'avenir du patrimoine de l'université de Linnaeus, en Suède. Elle est spécialisée dans la réflexion sur l'avenir du patrimoine culturel à l'échelle mondiale. Le 29 mars 2020, Cornelius Holtorf, responsable de la Chaire, a animé un webinaire organisé par le Groupe de travail des professionnels émergents (GTPE) via le service en ligne Zoom. Plus de 100 participants - des membres de l'ICOMOS et un public intéressé - du monde entier ont zoomé sur la présentation et la discussion qui a suivi.

Avenirs du patrimoine | Webinaire du Groupe de travail des professionnels émergents

Heritage Futures EPWG WebinarA quoi ressemble l'avenir du patrimoine culturel ? La notion de l'avenir est-elle pertinente pour la façon dont nous abordons le patrimoine ? Ce sont là deux questions fondamentales auxquelles s'intéresse la Chaire UNESCO sur l'avenir du patrimoine de l'université de Linnaeus, en Suède. Elle est spécialisée dans la réflexion sur l'avenir du patrimoine culturel à l'échelle mondiale. Le 29 mars 2020, Cornelius Holtorf, responsable de la Chaire, a animé un webinaire organisé par le Groupe de travail des professionnels émergents (GTPE) via le service en ligne Zoom. Plus de 100 participants - des membres de l'ICOMOS et un public intéressé - du monde entier ont zoomé sur la présentation et la discussion qui a suivi.

Heritage Futures Webinar | ICOMOS Emerging Professionals Working Group

Heritage Futures EPWG WebinarWhat does the future of cultural heritage look like? Is the future relevant for the way we approach heritage? These are two basic questions that the UNESCO Chair for Heritage Futures at Linnaeus University (Sweden) is concerned with. It specialises in thinking about the future of cultural heritage on a global scale. On 29 March 2020, Cornelius Holtorf, Head of the Chair, gave a webinar organised by the Emerging Professionals Working Group (EPWG) via the online service Zoom. More than 100 participants - ICOMOS members and an interested public - from all over the world zoomed into the presentation and its subsequent discussion.

Heritage Futures Webinar | ICOMOS Emerging Professionals Working Group

Heritage Futures EPWG WebinarWhat does the future of cultural heritage look like? Is the future relevant for the way we approach heritage? These are two basic questions that the UNESCO Chair for Heritage Futures at Linnaeus University (Sweden) is concerned with. It specialises in thinking about the future of cultural heritage on a global scale. On 29 March 2020, Cornelius Holtorf, Head of the Chair, gave a webinar organised by the Emerging Professionals Working Group (EPWG) via the online service Zoom. More than 100 participants - ICOMOS members and an interested public - from all over the world zoomed into the presentation and its subsequent discussion.

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