Programme

   

  25th October

9h00: Welcome desk registration
Reception, accreditation of participants and delivery of documentation

9h30: Opening session
Isabel Mota, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins, National Coordinator of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018
Catherine Magnant, Advisor, Head of task force European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, European Commission
Paula Araújo da Silva, Director General of Cultural Heritage, Portugal
Luís Castro Mendes, Minister of Culture
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, President of the Portuguese Republic (to be confirmed)

10h10: Opening speech
Silvia Costa, MEP and former chair of the Culture and Education Committee of the European Parliament

10h30: coffee break  

 

Panel I - HERITAGE, KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION

Moderator: Raquel Henriques da Silva, Professor, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the NOVA University of Lisbon, Portugal

 

11h00: Heritage, Education and Citizenship: The National Education and Heritage Plan of Spain
Olaia Fontal Merillas, Professor, Valladolid University, Spain

11h20: Preserving for the Future: Science at the service of Heritage?
António Candeias, Professor, Évora University, Director of HERCULES Laboratory and ERIHS.pt, Portugal

11h40: Challenges to the heritage professions, perspectives for the future
Ana Galán Pérez, Chair of the Work Group of the Culture Plan within the Cultural Heritage sub-program of the European Commission. OMC “Skills, training and knowledge transfer of the heritage professions”

12h00: Society in Change: Heritage, Technology and Knowledge Networks
Gustavo Cardoso, Professor at the ISCTE/IUL, Lisbon, Portugal

12h20: Debate

13h00-15h00: Lunch break  

 

Panel II - HERITAGE AND SUSTAINABILITY

Moderator: Maria Calado, President of the National Centre of Culture - CNC, Portugal

 

15h00: Heritage and Tourism: New Paradigms of Sustainability
Juan Requejo Liberal, Consultant in Tourism, Heritage and Sustainability, at CLAVE, Spain

15h20: Heritage 3.0: Creating Value and Structural Policies
Pier Luigi Sacco, Special Adviser of the EU Commissioner for Education and Culture, European Commission

15h40: Heritage and Climate Change
Cristina Sabbioni, Senior Rsearcher of the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, CNR-ISAC, Italy

16h00: Debate

16h15: coffee break

16h45: Round Table on Heritage and Sustainability
Moderator: David Santos, Deputy Director of Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage

Participants: Carlos Fortuna, Professor and Researcher at the Center for Social Studies. University of Coimbra, Portugal, João Seixas Professor and Researcher, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the NOVA University of Lisbon, Portugal, António Barreto, Sociologist, Portugal, Graça Filipe, Professor, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the NOVA University of Lisbon, researcher of the IHC, Portugal, e Enrique Saiz Martin, Director General of Cultural Heritage - Junta de Castilla y León, Spain

18h00: Closing session

   

  26th October


Panel III - MODELS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT

Moderator: Fernando António Baptista Pereira, Advisor to the Portuguese Minister of Culture, Portugal

 

10h00: The “Assets Management” System in France
Jean-Michel Loyer-Hascoët, Head of Department, Assistant to the Director General of Heritage, responsible for Heritage, Ministry of Culture and Communication, France

10h20: “Mission Museums for the 21st Century": 15 measures for tomorrow’s museums
Marie Christine Labourdette, President of the Cité de l'Architecture & du Patrimoine, France

10h40: Diversity of museums in Spain: shared future challenges
Miguel González Suela, Deputy Director of Directorate-General for State Museums, Spain

11h00: coffee break

11h20: Towards participatory governance: heritage management models in Finland
Pirjo Hamari, Director of Development, Finnish Heritage Agency, Finland

11h40: Cultural heritage and the landscape of Ireland: towards a model of joint management
Ian Doyle, Head of Conservation, Heritage Council, Ireland

12h00: Debate

13h00-15h00: Lunch break  

15h00: The Museums Reformation in Italy
Antonio Lampis, Director General of Museums, Italy

15h20: The cycles of Heritage Management in Portugal
Paulo Pereira, Professor, Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon, Portugal

15h40: Directorate General for Cultural Heritage - An integrated heritage approach
Paula Araújo da Silva, Director General of Cultural Heritage, Portugal

16h00: Debate

16h20: coffee break

16h50: Cultural Heritage Strategy for the 21st Century
Ana Schoebel, Coordinator of the Strategy 21 Program, Culture and Cultural Heritage Division, Council of Europe

17h10: Europe: Memory and Future of Cultural Heritage
Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins, National Coordinator of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, Portugal

17h30: Closing session