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INTERDISCIPLINARY CONGRESS: THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE DELTAS

14th November 2015

1st TABLE
PUBLIC PROPERTY AND PRIVATE PROPERTY AND THE COPYRIGHT

Debate moderator: Ana Gizdic, POWERPROGRESSIVEART

THE PICTURES FROM SYRIA, the lecture

Dr. sc. Zeljko Miletic, Archaeology Department, University of Zadar

2nd TABLE
HOW DOES CULTURAL HERITAGE BECOME HISTORY

Debate moderator: mag. hist. art. Goran Vuković, Narona Archaeological Museum

The official language of the Congress was Croatian.

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1st TABLE
PUBLIC PROPERTY AND PRIVATE PROPERTY AND THE COPYRIGHT

Debate moderator: Ana Gizdic, POWERPROGRESSIVEART

European Development policy asserts its guidelines through the encouragement of human rights, democracy, good governance and the rule of law and as well as sustainable and inclusive growth. To what extent is established a quality relationship between the private owners of the cultural, also natural heritage and the institutions that should take care of it? How can civil initiatives, civil organizations, art and science initiatives, and institutions assist whilst being protected themselves in their work and the rights they claim on it? Is there a quality communication between the state and local institutions that serve the citizens and the citizens who take bask of such arranged systems?

(intro Ana Gizdic)

 

Speakers:

Dr. sc. Nansi Ivanisevic, Prokultura - Observatory on Cultural Politics, The Office of State Administration in Split - Dalmatia County

Margita Plazanin, dipl. iur, Lawyers Office

Mag. hist. art. Goran Vukovic, Narona Archaeological Museum

Prof. dr. sc. Neven Seric, Faculty of Economics and Business, Split

THE PICTURES FROM SYRIA, the lecture

Dr. sc. Zeljko Miletic, Archaeology Department, University of Zadar

 

... shows historical legacy and the beauty of the landscape of the first-class importance area, both politically and strategically. It equally outlines the life of the contemporary Syrians and the riches of people, religions, and worldviews of one of the most wealthy provinces of the Roman Empire which is now brought to the struggle for survival in the bloody war. (intro: Zeljko Miletic)

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Photos: Dean Faj and Marija Srsen 

Pictures from Syria

Mr Zeljko Miletic's The pictures from Syria lecture

2nd TABLE
HOW DOES CULTURAL HERITAGE BECOME HISTORY

Debate moderator: mag. hist. art. Goran Vuković, Narona Archaeological Museum

The cultural heritage doesn't exist without art. The Relational Aesthetics critic thought states that the new types of the art production are marked as unattainable, first of all, because of the online communication where the modern art seduces the resistance capacities of the art; does the cultural heritage produced nowadays have the potential of survival? Did the cultural heritage as well as the natural heritage become the set of communication equipment in the space of world wars conducted on local layers? Is the internet communication, after all, a system of simulation shifting to reality and the reality to the alienation strategy, so-called the hyper-reality?

(intro Ana Gizdic)

 

Speakers:

 

Narcisa Bolsec Ferri, Archaeology prof., Director, The Split City Museum

Ana Gizdic, POWERPROGRESSIVEART

Branko Franceschi, Art critic and the Director of the Art Gallery, Split

Dr. sc. Zeljko Miletic, Archaeology Department, University of Zadar

Ivana Bace, Director, Natural History Museum Metkovic

Branko Franceschi

Mr Branko Franceschi at the second round table

Slideshow gallery picture/ HOME - ASSEMBLIES AND CONGRESSES / Gathering after Congress: Mr. Branko Franceshi, Ms. Ana Gizdic, Ms. Narcisa Bolsec Ferri and Ms. Ivana Bace @ Natural History Museum Metkovic, photo: Dean Faj

Gizdić, Ana. Miletić, Željko. The Cultural Heritage of the Deltas - Interdisciplinary Congress - intro. POWERWEB. POWERPROGRESSIVEART. 2015.

URL: https://powerprogressiveart.wixsite.com/powerprogressiveart/powerwebfoundationinterdisciplinary (document access date) 

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