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Intangible Cultural Heritage and Museums Project – Concluding Symposium
Museums and intangible heritage: towards a third space in the heritage sector
On 26 February 2020, the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Museums Project is hosting its Concluding Symposium in Brussels. The conference offers a public forum for key stakeholders from the fields of intangible heritage and museums, such as heritage practitioners, museum professionals, policy makers, academics and representatives of transnational networks. They will be summarizing the theoretical and practical insights that have been pooled throughout the years of cooperation in Europe around the topic of ICH and Museums since 2017. Based upon the IMP Project, future-oriented recommendations and methodologies for both policies and practice will be launched.
When intangible cultural heritage and museums meet, numerous opportunities come about. At the same time, intangible cultural heritage and museums can also appear at odds with each other, raise debate, or even bring about fields of tension.
Over the past three years, the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Museums Project has tackled these and many other questions, and explored the interaction of museum work and intangible heritage practices in a comparative European context. It now reaches out to you. We warmly invite you to join this on-going process for exploring the various ways in which museums and safeguarding living heritage go together, to step into reciprocal understanding of different methods, possibilities and approaches, and to foster fruitful interfaces of museum activity with living heritage, to be taken towards future elaboration.