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Symposium - Capturing tangible and intangible cultural heritage through co-production

When:We 13-12-2023 11:00 - 16:00
Where:University Museum

The symposium provides an opportunity to discuss co-production as a method to capture cultural heritage through provocations, roundtable discussions, and workshops. It is to carve out possibilities within academia as well as through engagement with civic organisations for the identification, capture and valuation of both tangible and intangible heritage.


10.45 Arrival

11.00 Welcome by Sara Strandvad (Co-director of the Research Centre for Arts in Society) and Beate Peter (organiser)
11.15 Academic speed dating: Heritage, co-production and you!
11.45 Workshop: Co-producing the history and the future of the digital archives (Nathalie Fridzema, Marije Miedema & Susan Aasman)

12.30 Lunch

13.00 Talk: Audio-visual story-telling of language endangerment (Aurélie Joubert)
13.30 Talk: Tracing the tracks in the city: Opportunity of co-production in identifying historic urban landscape in the Old Town of Jakarta (Arida Yasmin)
14.00 Talk: Co-creating the visual manifesto "Más allá de la Giralda" (Deborah Castro)

14.30 Coffee break

14.50 Talk: Co-producing jazz online (Kristin McGee)
15.10 Talk: Co producing new ways of communicating about theatre (Johan Kolsteeg)
15.30 Talk: Co-producing the Waterwalk Tube and its memory: In search of participants from the year 1972 and their stories (Annemarie Kok)

15.50 Closing remarks
16.00 End