Ilucidare > Open call for applications for focus group and co-creation ateliers (Poland)
Ilucidare is the International Network for Leveraging Successful Cultural Heritage‑Led Innovations and Diplomacy Through Capacity Building and Awareness Raising 2019–2021.
Seeking to examine and subsequently promote and spread the knowledge of relationships between cultural heritage and innovation, and of diplomacy that uses cultural heritage, this international research project draws on the experience of studies carried out earlier on by some of the project partners as part of Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe.
The project activities (literary research, case studies, focus groups, con‑ ferences, workshops) will help garner material for two publications, Innovation Handbook and Diplomacy Toolbox, e‑tutorials (MOOC), and models of effective management structures that employ heritage‑led innovation and diplomacy. In addition, the project is intended to help set up an international network for sharing and promoting experience in cultural heritage innovation and diplomacy. Apart from the ICC, other members of the international project consortium are the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium, Europa Nostra, kEA European Affairs, the World Monuments Fund España, the Kosovo Foundation for Cul‑tural Heritage without Borders and the University of Cuenca. The leading research partners are the ICC and KU Leuven.
The International Cultural Centre in Kraków, together with the members of the ILUCIDARE project consortium, invite experts from Central and Eastern Europe to participate and contribute to increasing and promoting the knowledge on heritage and innovation as well heritage and diplomacy relations by taking part in the ILUCIDARE focus group and co-creation atelier to be held in Kraków on June 10-11, 2019.
The ICC covers the costs of travel and hotels in Kraków during the event.
Deadline: 30 April 2019