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EUROPEAN GARDEN HERITAGE NETWORK – EGHN

Workshop: Garden Heritage in Europe

4th June 2018, Schloss Branitz / Cottbus

Garden Heritage in Europe: Conservation and Development  –  International Best Practice

Workshop organised by the AWARDING HERITAGE project within the European Year of Cultural Heritage – EYCH 2018 “SHARING HERITAGE”

10:00   Welcome
(Representative(s) of Foundation Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Schloss and/or City of Cottbus)

10:15   Introduction
Jens Spanjer (Board, Schloss Dyck Foundation, European Garden Heritage Network EGHN)

10:30   UNESCO World Heritage: Cultural Landscape of Sintra
Nuno Oliveira (Technical Director Natural Heritage, Parques de Sintra – Monte da Lua)

11:15     Coffee break

11:30   Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Schloss Branitz
Gert Streidt (Director, Foundation Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Schloss Branitz)

12:15  Stately Palaces and Gardens in Baden-Württemberg
Prof. Dr. Hartmut Troll (Advisor for historic gardens, Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg)

Moderation:

Udo Woltering (Head of Division, Communication and Built Heritage, LWL – Heritage Protection,  Cultural Landscapes and Build Heritage in Westphalia, The Regional Association of Westphalia-Lippe)

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch break

14:00   Castle and Park Egeskov
Henrik Neelmeyer (CEO / Manager, Egeskov)

14:45   The Trentham Estate
Michael Walker (Head of Garden and Estate, The Trentham Estate)

15:30    Coffee break

15:45   Herrenhausen Gardens
Ronald Clark (Director Herrenhausen Gardens, City of Hannover)

16:30   UNESCO World Heritage: Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz
Brigitte Mang (Director and Board, Kulturstiftung DessauWörlitz)

17:15   Conclusion
Christian Grüßen (Projektkoordinator Awarding Heritage, Plan+)

Moderation:
Roswitha Arnold (Vice Chairman European Garden Heritage Network, LVR-Department Culture and Cultural Landscapes, LVR-Division Cultural Landscape Protection, Rhineland Regional Council)

Download (pdf): Agenda and information (in German)

Simultaneous translation will be provided.

The workshop is open to the public at no costs  (not including the lunch).

A binding registration is needed: info@eghn.eu.

 

Read more about AWARDING HERITAGE and SHARING HERITAGE here.

 

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