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Heritage Lab at the Villa Decius

Once again, at the Villa Decius, we will meet to talk about topics related to the broadly understood cultural heritage and its unquestionable value.
Once again, at the Villa Decius, we will meet to talk about topics related to the broadly understood cultural heritage and its unquestionable value. This year, 13 participants of the Heritage Lab, young leaders from Visegrad countries, under the guidance of Jonathan Goodacre, an expert in the audience agency, explore their knowledge and gain new competences in the field of audience development. 

Classes, conducted in a non-standard way, are designed to open the participants to new ideas, perspectives and views, which in the long run will translate into developed solutions in their places of work, and more generally - in the countries they come from. During intensive laboratories, participants deal with issues that, although known to everyone, often pose a challenge to the generally understood cultural sector.

  • How does the perception of culture and common heritage change depending on the age of the audience and social changes?
  • How do stereotypes affect audience building and development?
  • What is the relationship between tourism and cultural heritage, and
  • How do we perceive culture and heritage?

This is just one of the many questions that arise during the workshop sessions. The participants, focusing also on their own work, will give short presentations during the summary session that will allow them to follow their work. What conclusions will they reach? - We will certainly share with you the effects of work as part of the Heritage Laboratorium.
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