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The official languages of the Congress were Croatian and French.

Academic Congress: HERITAGE AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT - PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC POLICIES CO-PARTNERS  with French experience overview  -

The Split City Museum

In addition to foreword lectures of the eminent scientists, the present participants were engaged - representatives of department institutions and arrays, artists, administrative professions, culture, education, tourism and science professions who were speaking their own experiences in local, national and/or international level. 

(intro by dr. sc. Nansi Ivanisevic)

 

1. ROUND TABLE 
CAN ARCHAEOLOGY AND MUSEOLOGY PROVIDE FOR THE HERITAGE ALL BY THEMSELVES?
Debate moderator: Lada Laura, The Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments – Split

 

2. ROUND TABLE 
THE GOOD ADMINISTRATION IN THE DECENTRALISED ENVIRONMENT - THE POSTULATE IN THE COMMUNICATION AND PARTNERSHIP
Debate moderator: dr. sc. Nansi Ivanisevic, Prokultura - Observatory of the cultural policies - Split

 

3. ROUND TABLE 
THE ROLE OF ART IN PRESERVATION, AFFIRMATION AND ARCHITECTURE OF HERITAGE
Debate moderator: Ana Gizdic, PowerProgressiveArt - Zagreb

 

4. ROUND TABLE 
IS THERE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PARTICIPANTS OF THE PUBLIC POLICIES IN CULTURE, EDUCATION, AND TOURISM?
Debate moderator: mag. hist. art. Gorana Barisic Bacelic, The Sibenik City Museum

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Gathering at the Split City Museum, the second day.

Photographer: Bojan Mance Brezovic

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       (International Interdisciplinary Conference)

 

1. ROUND TABLE


CAN ARCHAEOLOGY AND MUSEOLOGY PROVIDE FOR THE HERITAGE ALL BY THEMSELVES?


Debate moderator: Lada Laura, The Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments – Split

 

The heritage revealed and nurtured due to the excellence of archaeology, conservatory and museology professions, requires a partnership approach in affirmation of its importance and role in the local, regional, national and international community. Is there good coordination between state and local levels of different participants among this close expertise? Is it built and how is it considered, the necessary dialogue to the fields of education, tourism, urbanism, as the fundamental postulate of understanding and recognition of joint aims of noticeably different activities?  Does the participation in civic forums about public policies of EU help in optimizing that broad and significant area in Croatia? (intro by dr. sc. Nansi Ivanisevic)

 

Speakers:


Academic prof. dr. sc. Emilio Marin, Universitas Studiorum Catholica Croatica, Zagreb
Ph. D. Dino Demicheli, Archaeol. Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb
Mr. sc. Toni Glucina, Narona Archaeological Museum
Mr. sc. Damir Kliskic, Archaeological Museum – Split
Prof. dr. sc. Zeljko Miletic, Archaeology Department, University of Zadar

 

2. ROUND TABLE


GOOD ADMINISTRATION IN THE DECENTRALISED ENVIRONMENT - THE POSTULATE IN THE COMMUNICATION AND PARTNERSHIP


Debate moderator: dr. sc. Nansi Ivanisevic, Prokultura - Observatory of the cultural policies - Split
 

"Sound administration“ aware of the heritage and artistic value and potential, in a word – culture, means interdisciplinary competences. European or national surroundings, marked by decentralization, regionalization, globalization, and immitigable laws of the free market, are making: lifelong learning, experiences and knowledge exchange and collaboration on all levels from local to international, inevitable. Is it possible to build an ambitious culture policy without constant dialogue among state, local self-government units and all co-partners, professionals, amateurs in culture along with all their diversities? How can foreign cooperation construction models alongside the leadership role of ministries serve as an inspiration? Do acquired cadre competences in culture and other akin policies hitherto enable communication and partnership of public and numerous co-partners? How does public administration, its devolved and decentralized layers contribute to accomplishing that achievement in Croatia, and how do they accomplish it in other EU countries? (intro by dr. sc. Nansi Ivanisevic)

 

Speakers:


prof. emeritus Guy Saez, Political Sciences Institute, Grenoble, CNRS member
prof. emerit. Marc Gjidara, Pantheon-Assas, Paris II (written participation)
prof. dr. Catherine Boutin-Aurine, Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand
dipl. sociologist Meri Rogosic, Divina Natura Association, Metkovic
prof. dr. Majda Vlahovic Tafra, Baltasar College
Dr. sc. Merica Pletikosic, Environmental Preservation Department Manager CEMEX Hrvatska

Prof. emeritus Guy Saez, Political Sciences Institute, Grenoble - CNRS
Presentation: Observatoire des politiques culturelles - Grenoble

3. ROUND TABLE


THE ROLE OF ART IN PRESERVATION, AFFIRMATION AND ARCHITECTURE OF HERITAGE


Debate moderator: Ana Gizdic, PowerProgressiveArt - Zagreb

 

Heritage is the essence of identity, and art is the root of its construction and preservation. In economy perspective, especially as a touristic offer, they are the basis for preservation and development of the community as a whole. How art projects such as residencies, colonies, exhibitions, happenings, performances and similar events, can help raise awareness about the value and importance of heritage on all levels? Is Art recognized as developing and promoting vector of Croatia and other European countries? Presenting „one“ that is knowing and respecting the „other one“ through heritage and art is especially important and contributes to international bonding, which is very important in the time of globalization which dictates respecting specifics and variety. (intro by dr. sc. Nansi Ivanisevic)

 

 

Speakers:


mag. hist. art. Ivan Matijevic, History Department, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Split
Prof. dr. Goran Niksic, The Old City Core Department of the City of Split and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Split
Branko Franceschi, Art critic and the Director of "Galerija Umjetnina"
mag. hist. art. Gorana Barisic Bacelic, The Sibenik City Museum
Narcisa Bolsec Ferri, Archaeology prof., Director, The Split City Museum

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The participants of the first round table.

Photographer: Bojan Mance Brezovic

Photography by Bojan Mance Brezovic

The participants of the second round table.

Photographer: Bojan Mance Brezovic

Photography by Bojan Mance Brezovic

The participants of the second round table.

Photographer: Bojan Mance Brezovic

Photography by Bojan Mance Brezovic

The participants of the third round table.

Photographer: Bojan Mance Brezovic

4. ROUND TABLE


IS THERE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PARTICIPANTS OF THE PUBLIC POLICIES IN CULTURE, EDUCATION, AND TOURISM?


Debate moderator: mag. hist. art. Gorana Barisic Bacelic, The Sibenik City Museum

 

Culture is individual and collective welfare, and inherited heritage is the basis of national identity and development advantage. A less significant question is how much is heritage endangered rather than do we know what meaning cultural policies give in valorizing heritage, especially when it is to be taken by younger generations.” (R.Rizzardo) It is possible to recognize heritage and art as specifics and also as actuators of society, through well-developed public policies of education and tourism. How much does the school system recognize the importance and the role of heritage in school education? Cultural exchanges actualized thanks to tourism have particular importance and can expedite international bonding in times of globalization respecting cultural diversity. The aim is the consolidation of economic well-being, affirmation, also a single country's appearance betterment. 

(intro by dr. sc. Nansi Ivanisevic)

 

Speakers:


Doc. dr. sc. Jadran Kale, The Sibenik City Museum
Dr. sc. Nedjeljko Marinov, The Director of "Primosten" Primary School
Josko Stella, dipl oecc, The Split - Dalmatian County Tourist Board
Doc. dr. sc. Vatroslav Skare, Faculty of Economics and Business, Zagreb
Mag. hist. art. Goran Vukovic, Narona Archaeological Museum

Photography by Bojan Mance Brezovic

The participants of the fourth round table.

Photographer: Bojan Mance Brezovic

Slideshow gallery picture/ HOME - ASSEMBLIES AND CONGRESSES / 2nd Round table: Ms. Nansi Ivanisevic, Mr. Guy Saez, Ms. Catherine Boutin-Aurine, Ms. Majda Vlahovic Tafra @ Split City Museum, photo: Bojan Mance Brezovic

Ivanišević, Nansi, The Cultural project inspired by the Antique period - Heritage and the local development. Academic Congress - Heritage and the local development. - partnership between public policies co-partners - intro. POWERPROGRESSIVEART. 2015. 

URL: https://powerprogressiveart.wixsite.com/powerprogressiveart/round-tables (document access date) 

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