The programme each day will begin with a keynote lecture, which will address the participants from different perspectives and stimulate a discursive exchange between the various experts.
Keynote 1 Transcultural Heritage Conservation
Friday 24.3.2023 1:00 p.m.
Johanna M. Blokker
Keynote 2 Culture Heritage Education
Saturday 25.3.2023 9:00 a.m.
Keynote 3 Creativity and Participation in the City
Sunday 26.3.2023 9:00 a.m.
Laila Lucie Huber
Creativity and participation in the city
Recognise the city as a space of possibility. Think of creativity as a social force. Encourage participation as an experience of self-efficacy and a sense of community. Open up spaces for exchange, dialogue and encounter. What can cultural work and cultural education do for co-living in the city, in the district, in the neighbourhood? How can cultural work and cultural education initiate and help shape processes of appropriation and participation in urban development? And what does it take for shared spaces to emerge within these processes? If we think of the city in terms of cultural work and cultural education, then the built, the imagined, and the social space become concrete places for negotiating the common. This lecture combines theoretical guiding ideas on the production of the city with the practical field of cultural work and cultural education.
Laila Lucie Huber is a cultural anthropologist and cultural worker. Her research and work focuses on urban anthropology, participatory art and cultural work, and critical cultural mediation.