During the Expert meeting on 'Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Participation' participants are provided the opportunity to reflect profoundly about the meaning of participation of ICH-practitioners (communities, groups and individuals) in museum practice and policy. Who are those 'communities, groups and individuals'? What inspiring practices have been developed in museums across Europe and what can we learn from them? How can the safeguarding measures for intangible cultural heritage be developed in a profoundly participatory manner?
Presentation of the position paper on Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Participation
'Living museums for a living heritage', written by Valentina Lapiccirella Zingari, Rosario Perricone and Pietro Clemente.
by Berardino Palumbo (University of Messina - IT)
by Marc Jacobs (VUB, UNESCO chair on critical heritage studies and the safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage and FARO. Flemish Interface for cultural heritage - BE)
Followed by a debate between Berardino Palumbo and Marc Jacobs on the concept of community, in the context of ICH safeguarding processes
Expert working groups on intangible cultural heritage, museums and participation
‘A beginners guide to Intangible Cultural Heritage for museums’: participatory safeguarding measures
Guided museum visit
Museums from across Europe present their inspiring cases on intangible cultural heritage and participation
Followed by a group conversation moderated by Alessandra Broccolini | SIMBDEA - IT
Followed by a group conversation moderated by Katia Ballacchino | Università degli Studi del Molise e della Basilicata - IT
Followed by a group conversation moderated by Vita Santoro (Unesco Chair on Mediterranean Cultural Landscape and Communities of Knowledge, University of Basilicata; SIMBDEA - IT)
'Local knowledge and intangible cultural heritage: microeconomics for small villages and inner areas'
by Mathieu Champretavy (Maison Bruil - IT) & Tommaso Lussu (Casa Lussu - IT)
by Daniele Parbuono (Chongqing University of Arts and Sciences - CN and University of Perugia - IT)
& Vito Lattanzi (Direzione generale Musei, Ministero dei Beni Culturali e del Turismo - IT)
The Expert meeting will be chaired by Valentina Lapiccirella Zingari (SIMBDEA - IT) and Lauso Zagato (Ca' Foscari University of Venice - IT)
Subscriptions to the Expert meeting are closed
Four museum experts from The Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, France and Belgium (twenty in total) are invited to participate to the International conference and Expert meeting on Intangible Cultural Heritage, Museums and Participation that will take place in Palermo (Italy) on Febraury 27 and 28, 2018.
If you have recently finished or initiated an inspiring project, practice or program on intangible cultural heritage in which the active participation of practitioners of intangible heritage is a strong and inherent feature, check out the call for proposals and secure your place in Palermo by submitting your example via the form below. More detailed information about the subscription modalities can be found in the Guidelines .