Szerkesztő:Szabó Levente
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The Limits of Heritage – The 2nd Heritage Forum of Central Europe


2013, June 11- 14.

International Cultural Centre, Krakow, Poland

Titel of the conference:
The Limits of Heritage – The 2nd Heritage Forum of Central Europe

The Heritage Forum of Central Europe is a biennial international conference where specialists from Central Europe, as well as researchers and experts on the region from all over the world, discuss the issues of cultural heritage. The Krakow conference is the voice of Central Europe on the philosophy, management, protection, economics and politics of cultural heritage. 
The leading theme of the 2nd Forum in 2013 was The limits of heritage. The second decade of the 21st century favours considerations not only on the system of heritage protection itself but also on its significance and philosophy: What is to be protected? In what way should the relations between the present and the past be built? In the context of international and local lists of properties, sites and forms of cultural heritage – where does this heritage end and when does the present become heritage?
The discussions was held in six parallel thematic sessions: The limits of heritageHeritage and politicsHow to sell heritage?Attractive cities – the role of heritageManagement of large-scale cultural heritage propertiesIntangible cultural heritage. The thematic meetings were introduced by a panel discussion called The limits of reconstruction?, devoted to the currently burning issue of retrieving the original shape of intangible heritage properties. During the two days of discussions almost eighty participants representing nineteen countries of the world hold speeches. 
The 2nd Forum was organised within the Polish Presidency of the Visegrad Group. The partners of the International Cultural Centre were: the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, the Gyula Forster National Centre for Cultural Heritage Management in Budapest and the Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic in Bratislava. The closing ceremony, during which the International Visegrad Prize for 2011 was presented, was graced by the presence of the ministers of culture of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.
The Forum will result in a peer-reviewed book with articles based on the presented papers. Its publication is planned for 2014.


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