Dear ESACH members and subscribers, we are rapidly entering into the holiday season and, like every month, ESACH is here to bring you plenty of events and news from the heritage sector. First of all, a warm welcome to the new members and subscribers that joined ESACH this month. We are excited to see that the interest in our activities keeps growing!
This month, we decided to open the newsletter with a picture of the Vauban’s Fortifications in Briançon, situated at the border between France and Italy. For a long time, these beautiful 17th century fortifications were threatened by climate change and lack of maintainance, until the local community launched an ambitious restoration project. For this reason, the site was enlisted in the 7 most endangered programme launched by Europa Nostra in 2013. If you want to know more about this amazing initiative, check out the dedicated website!
We also have three new additions to our team: Riley will assist the ESACH Talks!, Sorina will be in charge of the Ambassador program (read below!) and Martina will take care of the ESACH Groups.
If you joined the last ESACH Talks! session on new technologies and innovation in November, you can fill in this form and provide us with your feedback. We would like to hear your suggestions for the future, so that we can improve our activities!
As always, if you want to be always up-to-date on our work, make sure to follow us on social media and to check out our website!
Enjoy the reading!
ESACH Talks! December - Heritage for Sustainable Development
Another month means another ESACH Talks!
This time, we will discuss about cultural heritage and the role it plays to achieve sustainable development. After the session, the participants will have the chance to be divided into smaller groups, so that they can continue exchanging their ideas, formulate questions and engage in interesting discussions. The call for abstract is already closed, but you can register at the link below and join the conversation.
Keynote speaker: Jan Schultheiß, Urban Agenda for the EU.
ESACH Talks! January - Call for abstracts now open!
The first ESACH Talks! session of 2021 will take place on the 21st of January and will focus on museums and art. If you are developing a project on issues related to the topic, submit your abstract and mark your calendar! You can also register as a participant.
Keynote speaker: Charlotte Rixten, Director museum Villa Mondriaan.
Submit your abstract!
ESACH Facebook Group: Sharing is Caring!
Did you know that ESACH has a Facebook group where you can share your ideas and research interest, publish relevant job/inernship openings and much more? It is the perfect opportunity to connnect with other students and young practitioners that share your same interest in cultural heritage and build closer ties in our network!
Join the ESACH Facebook group!
ESACH Linkedin Group: Plenty of Networking Opportunities!
Connect with ESACH on LinkedIn! There, we publish the latest news and relevant articles from the heritage field, and at the same time we create a strong network of connections. You can also share on your profile that you are a ESACH member, showing your commitment to the heritage field!
Connect with us on LinkedIn!
The new ESACH book is out NOW!
We are proud to announce that the ESACH book 'Advances in interdisciplinary cultural heritage studies' has finally been published!
The book contains contributions from ESACH members, featuring an incredible variety of topics related to cultural heritage. You can buy the book by clicking the button below, but you can also download the PDF version.
If you are curious to see other publications by ESACH, visit our website.
Buy the book!
The ESACH Family is Getting Bigger: a new group in Evora, Portugal.
A warm welcome to our new group: 'Society for heritage students in Evora'. The group was founded in 2016 to celebrate many cultural activities taking place in Portugal, Spain and Italy. One of their most successful projects is called Heritales, and is the first International Heritage Film Festival of the Alentejo region.
Thanks for joining us on our journey, we are looking forward to our future collaboration!
Heritales Film Festival
ESACH wants YOU! - Looking for our new Heritage Ambassadors!
We are very excited to announce the launch of the European Youth Ambassador Program, in collaboration with Europa Nostra and European Heritage Tribune (EHT). As an Ambassador, you will have the opportunity to share your experience in the heritage field online, while at the same time working closely with European heritage institutions. The Ambassador Program will allow you to gain relevant experience in the cultural heritage sector and extend your network of connections.
You have time until the 15th of January to apply!
Europeana 2020 feat. ESACH
Last month, in the context of the Europeana New Professional Cafè, our President and Vice-president talked about ESACH's involvement in the New Professionals Task Force. During the interview, they presented ESACH's activities and talked about the challenges that students and young professionals are facing at the moment, proposing future solutions.
Read the interview!
The Future is Heritage (FISH) podcast feat. ESACH
The Future is Heritage Podcast is an interesting project started this September to give voice to the young professionals involved in the heritage sector. Last week, our Vice-president was invited to the podcast to talk about her personal experience and to present our work at ESACH.
Listen to the podcast!
Togetherness: Europa Nostra + EIB
Europa Nostra, in collaboration with the European Investment Bank (EIB), published 'Togetherness - a new heritage deal for Europe'. This collection of essays explores the necessity of a new heritage-led transformation for the future of Europe, following the changes caused by the outbreak of Covid-19.
Read the essays!
Hope you enjoyed the reading! Stay posted for further information, follow us on social media and check the ESACH website.
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