Heritage and Identity will be the theme of the next Interpret Europe Conference taking place from 23 to 26 March 2018 in Kőszeg, Hungary, close to the Austrian border. The Hungarian Association of Cultural Heritage Managers (KÖME) was granted the possibility to be the main organiser of the event. This is the first time a Hungarian member can invite international creative experts to home ground within this framework.
The event will be an official part of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, with some 150-200 guests from all over the world.
The 3-day gathering will offer some 60 workshops and presentations, cultural and gastronomic offers, walks and 11 study visits to significant sites of cultural and natural heritage in Hungary. Destinations will include among others the border-crossing Fertő / Neusiedlersee Cultural Landscape (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Eszterháza, the ‘Hungarian Versailles’, which belonged to one of the most famous landowning families of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and the Pan-European Picnic Park where the Iron Curtain was first lifted in 1989. We will run the conference as a border-crossing event, starting our pre-conference tour in Vienna and ending our post-conference tour in Budapest.
Detailed programme of the conference can be accessed here.
Send us your proposal for presentation, workshop or other interactive session by 15 January.
Register here for the conference by 15 March 2018. Early bird registration closes on 15 February.
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BERECZ Zsuzsa, KÖME, communication, PR
BŐCZÉN Árpád, KÖME, conference manager