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EUROPEAN GARDEN HERITAGE NETWORK – EGHN

“European Garden Award” and symposium “Europe’s heritage of gardens and gardening”

Agenda as PDF download here..

SYMPOSIUM: “EUROPE’S HERITAGE OF GARDENS & GARDENING”

6. SEPTEMBER 2019, SCHLOSS DYCK, 41363 JÜCHEN, GERMANY

09:30  Registration

10:00
Welcome and Introduction
– Jens Spanjer (Board, Schloss Dyck Foundation, European Garden Heritage Network)
– Roswitha Arnold (Vice-Chairman EGHN, Rhineland Regional Council – LVR)

10:15
The Necessity with the Beauty – New Ways of Gardenthinking
– Ronald Clark (Director, Herrenhäuser Gärten)
Development of historic parks and gardens
Presentations by representatives of the nominated gardens
– Chatsworth Garden (Steve Porter, Head of Gardens and Landscape)
– Les Jardins d‘Étretat (Alexander Grivko, IL Nature’s Creative Director)
– Vrtba Garden (Vladimír Dlouhý, Chairman of the Board, Casus Direct Mail)

11:30 Coffee Break

12:00
Europe’s heritage of gardens and gardening
Presentations by representatives of the nominated gardens
– Gärten der Welt (Beate Reuber, Senior Consultant, Parkbotschafterin) requested
– Merian Gärten (Bettina Hamel, Managing Director)
– Royal Horticultural Society (Tim Upson, Director of Horticulture)
Special Award of the Schloss Dyck Foundation
– Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire (Chantal Colleu-Dumond, Directrice)
Summary
– Roswitha Arnold (Vice-Chairman EGHN, Rhineland Regional Council – LVR)

13:15 Lunch Buffet

14:00 Guided tour park and gardens of Schloss Dyck

EUROPEAN GARDEN AWARD 2019/2020

15:00 Award Ceremony

PDF: European Garden Award 2019/2020

Participation is free of charge.

A confirmed registration is needed.
Please send your request to: feedback@eghn.org.

Inquiries: feedback@eghn.org

By registering, you agree that we may publish photographs of the event at which you may be shown. If you do not agree, please let us know at the time of registration.

Organizers are the Schloss Dyck Foundation, Centre for Garden Art and Landscape in 41363 Jüchen and the European Garden Heritage Network EGHN.

The Rhineland Regional Council and the Regional Association of Westphalia-Lippe are actively involved in the implementation.

The project is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media (BKM) as part of the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018 SHARING HERITAGE.