The Initiative for Heritage Conservation (IHC) is honoured to invite you to participate in the 3rd International Conference in Heritage Management. The conference will take place in Εlefsina under the auspices of Aeschylia Festival, the leading cultural institution of the city, at “Paleo Eleourgio” (Old Oil Factory), from 30 September to 2 October 2016.
-For more information please write to: [email protected]
-The conference is free for all members, and you can become a member in this registration form.
-Membership fees and benefits are explained here.
The aim of the conference is the discussion and development of best practices in heritage management through case studies from all around the world in key fields such as heritage conservation and digitization, public engagement, education and legal protection.
International professionals and academics, with distinguished presence in their respective field, will deliver keynote speeches in each thematic session. Within the conference framework side events [HerMa Market, HerMa Mural Project: Promised Land Is A State Of Mind, HerMa: (Re)discovering Eleusis, HerMa: ReUse Heritage] will encourage an interactive dialogue of the participants with the sector of cultural heritage as well as the multifaceted landscape of Elefsina.
Managing Heritage Resources
-Preservation of Heritage Values and Cultural Significance:
-Public Engagement in Heritage:
Local Communities and Archaeology
-Return and Restitution of Cultural Property to its Countries of Origin
-3D Digital Tools for Heritage Management
-Education and Heritage:
Dynamic Tools for Communicating Heritage Values.
Mr. Mike Corbishley, formerly Head of Education, English Heritage, now Senior Lecturer in Heritage Education, UCL Institute of Archaeology, London.
Prof. Vassilis Ganiatsas, Professor of Theory, Philosophy and Practice of Architectural/Urban/Landscape Design, National Technical University of Athens.
Matthew Bogdanos, Colonel, United States Marine Corp.
Dr Roger White, FSA MCIfA, Academic Director, Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage
Dr. Jack Cothren, Associate Professor, Director of the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, Department of Geosciences, University of Arkansas