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Disclosing Futures – Rethinking Heritage Conference
November 2, 2022 - November 3, 2022Sold Out
Disclosing Futures - Rethinking Heritage
2nd & 3th November | Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam
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As part of the Disclosing Architecture programme, Het Nieuwe Instituut is organising the Disclosing Futures – Rethinking Heritage conference on 2 and 3 November. Over a total of six years, Disclosing Architecture is working on the visibility and sustainable accessibility of the National Collection for Dutch Architecture and Urban Planning, which Het Nieuwe Instituut manages. The programme, busy in recent years with the restoration, preservation and digitisation of a large part of the collection, has also focused on developing new methodologies for a more inclusive and multivocal collection policy and new (digital) networks for improving accessibility. All this has been made possible by the one-time investment of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW).
The innovative power of heritage
The conference Disclosing Futures – Rethinking Heritage focuses on the innovative power of heritage, which is partly the result of technological developments, but mainly of questioning current collecting practices. A collection is not a neutral representation of the past; rather, it acquires meaning through the interpretation and interaction of new generations of users. This means that heritage must, by definition, be future-oriented.
Two days of inspiration and knowledge sharing
On 2 and 3 November we will explore the reorientation of heritage’s role and innovation as a precondition for sustainable collection management. We will discuss these themes with our partners and fellow heritage professionals, based on the results of the Disclosing Architecture programme and initiatives from other (inter)national institutes.