Open Calls and Heritage Events in Europe

European Heritage Days is a part of the network of people who share the passion for developments and celebration of communities, places and culture. Feel free to explore this directory of heritage events taking place this year. The selection of conferences, events and symposiums organised by heritage initiatives in Europe offers an opportunity to participate in the European heritage project and find out what it means for you and our future. 

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Postgraduate studies paper curator for historical paper and related materials

Basel, Switzerland
September 1st, 2008 - September 15th, 2020

The successful postgraduate course "paper curator", which is unique in German-speaking Europe, is offered under the aegis of the University of Basel.

objective
The postgraduate course "paper curator" complements the existing training as a librarian and librarian, archivist and other functions in the field of "documentation and information" in this innovative thematic composition. The study program deals with the production and dating of the paper, the determination of the paper quality, the assessment of the state of preservation and the determination of preservation and restoration measures. It also covers graphics and printing techniques, manuscripts and photography. In the field of special collections a broad basic knowledge is imparted. The legal part of the program will provide basic knowledge of legal provisions related to the duties and duties of a paper curator or

Program structure
Modular, professionally focused degree program in changing forms of teaching and learning.

Target audience
The program is aimed at specialists from libraries, archives, historical and art historical museums, antique dealers, auction houses, private collections, historians and art historians, as well as those who are generally interested in this subject, provided that they meet the study requirements.

Eligibility
Requirements University degree or equivalent equivalent with a minimum of three years' professional experience. 
Classes are in German.

Faculty
Lecturers from Swiss and European universities, from libraries, museums, archives, special collections, experts / inside of the restoration practice and specialists from printing technology.

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Ceramics storehouse

Republic of Estonia, Harju County, City of Tallinn, City Center, Vene Street 17
December 17th, 2014 - December 31st, 2024

A modern exposition area - an open space with ceramics, tin, copper, brass and bronze in the collections of the Tallinn City Museum - has been opened in the medieval cellar of the 17th house of the Tallinn City Museum on December 14, 2017.

It is also the museum's workspace where nearly 2,000 porcelain and earthenware from Estonia, Europe, China and Japan have been deposited at the Museum Museum of Ceramics. In addition, cobalt masonry ovens and ceramic wall tiles from the Netherlands have been exhibited as a temporary show. 
From December 2017 two more open-air halls are open and the collections of tin, copper, brass and bronze items of the Tallinn City Museum are also accessible to visitors.

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Exhibition "Fairy Tale-Grandma Tales"

Vestervalli Street 21, Narva City, Republic of Estonia
September 24th, 2015 - December 6th, 2018

The exhibition is a cozy grandmother's room where one can meet and experience a fairy tale in different forms.

 

This is a cozy grandmother's room where you can meet a fairy tale in different forms - listen, read, play, watch, write and tell yourself. The seemingly ordinary wardrobe can start talking and hide in the fairy tale forest, but the characters on the book pages suddenly wake up and move. Baked pancakes are also missing from the grandmother - this is a sensual pancake with which you can put one new romantic novel into play.

The exhibition was born thanks to the textile flags that came to the museum, the author of which was a fairy tale called Leelo Vau (1921-2010), who traveled around Estonia along with them in the 1980s, and in fairy tales for both children and adults. The fact that when he lived in Tallinn on Niidi Street, he was interested in complicated and time-consuming technique - needle painting - thread painting. Leel Vau's Needles, among other things, masterful portraits, are found in collections of several Estonian museums. The exhibition shows a couple of original and a selection of works in photos.

Most of us have childbirth moments with their grandmother. Older people have had time to share with the child, go around and tell stories to go there. These stories often accompany a person for the rest of his life - so important is what is being experienced as a child.

This exhibition is dedicated to all grandparents who love children to talk stories and try to recall that during this fast and superficial time it is crucial to find time for eye meetings to listen to each other and tell stories.

The exhibition was compiled by: Tuuli Silber 
Designed by: Anneliis Aunapuu and Tuuli Silber. 
Screenings: Risto Järv, Estonian Folklore Archives of the Estonian Literary Museum, Piret Päär 
Animation: Animailm OÜ

Cultural Endowment of Estonia was supported.

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