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Intercultural Heritage

Intercultural Heritage

📅 Date: 03 March 2018, Saturday

⌚ Start time: 11:00

📌 Place: Warsaw - Śródmieście dist., Pracownia Duży Pokój, ul. Warecka 4/6 (show on the map)
Behind each piece of art, there are multiple hidden interpretations. Each of us looks at these pieces and interact with them in a different way, adding new points of view. The aim of these two meetings is to show cultural and artistic heritage as a multi-level context. We are going to learn and to experience heritage's potential for the development of an intercultural dialogue between people. Sometimes there is no one proper or right meaning of a work of art. There are as many interpretations and meanings as people in the world.

Be a part of that.
We cordially invite you to the workshops:
Intercultural Heritage
by Anna Bertoncini (Italy)
language: English
(but with a translator if you feel more comfortable speaking in polish)

Two parts:
3nd and 10th of March 2018 (two Saturdays)
11:00 - 16:00
at Pracownia Duzy Pokój
Free entry!
to take part, please send us this simple form, you will find HERE: link
Deadline: 27th of February

We recommend to take part in both parts of the workshops!

Anna Bertoncini is the author of a book “Heritage education in multicultural society: experiences in schools and museums” (original title: “Educare al patrimonio in una società multiculturale: problematicità ed esperienze nella scuola e nel museo”).
This volume represents the achievement of an important personal goal: the publication of a master thesis’s research by the publisher Franco Angeli. The publication was realized thanks to the achievement of the “Premio Valeria Solesin” in December 2016.
The book speaks about interculturalism and heritage as a perfect combination of two fields on which museums and schools can plan projects and events for participants of all ages. The common aim inside these kind of activities is the development of a dialogue between people with a different nationality and so different artistic and cultural backgrounds. Considering the current situation of the migration in Europe, author believes that the topic might be interesting in Poland - for artists, teachers, activists, museums, galleries, NGOs and all people as a source of inspirations and for further projects.