Dear ESACH members and subscribers, welcome back!
Earlier this month we had our ESACH Meeting in Madrid and it was a success! The ESACH Team sincerely thanks all the wonderful people involved and hope to meet you all again soon. We are also happy to announce that the second issue of our ESACH Quarterly Magazine is on its way! All of you are warmly invited to send your articles, poetries, photgraphies or other writting papers by August 27. Keep reading for more details!
As always, make sure to follow us on social media and to check out our website in order to stay updated in all ESACH's activities.
Enjoy the reading!
ESACH Quarterly Magazine (Issue n°2)
We are currently working on Issue n°2 of our ESACH Quarterly Magazine! We encourage students and early young professionals to submit their scientific or creative writting pieces under a variety of formats, from academic papers to interviews or poetries. You can check the submission guidelines on our website. You have time until August 27 to submit your papers!
If you haven't had a chance to check Issue n°1 yet, it is possible to download it! Don't miss the opportunity of having your paper published with us!
#HeritageAmbassadors at ESACH Madrid Meeting "Our common past. Our future"
Our European Heritage Youth Ambassadors engaged in panel discussions, workshops and presentations on the New European Bauhaus & digital heritage. We thank them all for their involvement, shared opinions, and perspectives! Follow #HeritageAmbassadors on social media to discover more.
Snippet of the Programme:
- Monday June 7
10:00 - 11:30 Cultural Heritage and the New European Bauhaus: Mobilising Youth and Hearing their Voices
15:00 - 16:00 Roundtable discussion: Exploring digital careers in the cultural heritage sector
- Tuesday June 8
15:05 - 17:00 Workshop Cultural Heritage and the New European Bauhaus: Perspectives from the European Heritage Youth Ambassadors
COVID-19 SURVEY on Cultural Heritage Students
On July 18 ESACH is launching its very own COVID-19 survey in order to better understand how the pandemic's situation has affected the lives of young heritage professionals. We all know that the heritage field has been one of the most deeply affected by lockdowns and travel restructions, so we would like to understand how to better move towards recovery in the near future. Your opinion means a lot to us!
ESACH Blog ft. European Heritage Tribune
Check out our latest ESACH blog reading recommendation featured on the European Heritage Tribune website! The post "Reconversion and Authenticity: The Case of Hagia Sophia in Instanbul", by Shaheera Pesnani and Valentine Flambeaux explores the dynamics between preservation, conservation and social meaning of heritage sites using the beautiful Hagia Sophia as a case study.
2021 ICAHM Annual Meeting
The International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) is having its annual meeting on "Archaeological Heritage Management: Towards a People-centered Approach". The sessions will happen from June 21st until June 24th. Registration is free and open until June 20!
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Open call for Heritage Place - Lab Pilot Phase
The ICCROM-IUCN World Heritage Leadership Programm has an open call for those who are interested in being a part of their Heritage Place Lab. Candidates will be divided into teams and will work on topics relevant to the World Heritage List. They encourage researchers, site managers and graduates to apply by June 30.
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ICCROM Lecture Series: Pandemic Insights
ICCROM is hosting a webinar on the impacts of COVID-19 on heritage conservation on June 24. "What has the pandemics shown to be essential to conservation?", "is conservation a matter of social necessity?", "what is the future for heritage conservation practices?"... These are only but a few questions that the panelists will address.
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"Paintings Conservation" online talk
On July 7 the British Association of Paintings Conservator-Restorers is hosting an online talk on the sustainability for paintings conservation. The lecture will be presented by Dr. Caitlin Southwick, who has worked for the Vatican Museums, the Getty Conservation Institute, the Uffizi Gallery, and Easter Island. Find out more via the button below!
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ICOMOS Student Competition 2021: 1960 plus – Brutalism
This year's biennial student competition proposed by ICOMOS Germany will focus on post-1960's architecture. ICOMOS is looking for works (in English or German) that can explain why brutalist buildings are worth preserving and also the valuable meanings that can be attributed to them. The submission deadline is September 27 and the winners will be awarded a 500€ prize!
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