The first Wednesday of the following months are reserved for live(ly) exchange about creating connections between heritage and people.
As IE members you are welcome to join us on Zoom (registration needed) or follow the livestream in the IE members group on Facebook.
Around thematic tables we will discuss how heritage can become more meaningful for people, and how people can become more mindful through heritage. We would like to exchange ideas but also practical tips on different areas of heritage interpretation, e.g. geological or gastronomical, and we want to talk about subjects such as the role of architecture in interpretation and how interpretation can help to recreate tourism in a more sustainable way.
Join us on 7 April 2021 at 18:00 CET for the thematic table The Interpretive Brief, hosted by our Architects Coordinator Angus Forbes and his team. You can register here.
The Interpretive Brief
How can interpretive planning be best integrated into collaborative projects involving architects, landscape architects, interpretive planners, writers and designers? This discussion will interest both planners and anyone involved in the procurement of planners, from site managers to planning authorities and development agencies. We will offer any insights gained to the Training team for consideration in Interpret Europe’s Certified Interpretive Planner course.
Join us and share your views, experiences and thoughts.