Get inspired by Cultural Heritage!
Tuesday 27 March 2018, 17:00h CEST | Duration: 1 hour
The European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 puts the spotlight on Europe’s rich and diverse history and traditions, showcasing its role in fostering a shared sense of identity and building the future of Europe.
Cultural institutions (museums, art galleries, theatres, dance and music companies, and even sport clubs) are increasingly developing their services and providing schools, young people and families with more opportunities to explore, play and interact with the site or the artefacts. Often empowered by ICT, schools, teachers and providers of cultural experiences have numerous creative ways to allow students to explore what our cultural heritage is, what does it mean and how it can help us to shape the future.
Join the School Education Gateway webinar "Get inspired by Cultural Heritage" on 27 March to learn more about this important topic! Get inspired and learn what kind of ‘cultural spices’ educators can add to their school and classroom projects!
Watch the recording:
- How to inspire learners with culture. Europeana digital collections for teachers. By Milena Popova.
- Intercultural learning, creativity and innovation in museums. By Jenny Siung
Jenny Siung is Head of Education in the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin. She commenced her post in 2000 and has developed the first intercultural learning programme in an Irish museum. Her work involves engaging with the Islamic, Asian, North African, East Asian and European collections of the Library, devising numerous programmes including intercultural projects for schools, cultural festivals, and creating links with local multi-ethnic communities. She is currently one of the coordinators of The Making Museum (2017-2019) and Creative Museum projects (2014-2017) funded by Erasmus +.
Milena Popova is the Business Development Manager at Europeana Foundation. Milena is responsible for the promotion of Europeana re-use services to the creative industries and the development of content distribution partnerships for innovative re-use of cultural heritage content.
Last editor: Koen Glotzbach