The ILUCIDARE Consortium, including Europa Nostra, and the European Commission are looking forward to welcoming you to this event presenting the achievements of the three-year ILUCIDARE project, and invite you to turn a new page for heritage, together!
ILUCIDARE Final Playground
Turning a new page for heritage
In Brussels & Online
Registrations are now open for the final ILUCIDARE Playground on 22 April 2022!
The all-day event will revolve around the ILUCIDARE learning outcomes and practical tools to support heritage-led innovation and international relations in future policy actions and cooperation projects. Participants will have the opportunity to discover the Innovation Handbook and the International Relations Display, to tap into the ILUCIDARE Inspirational kits and the Capacity Building roadmap, and network with the project partners and international guests. The closing event will also crown the winner of the ILUCIDARE Challenge.
The programme will include a series of inspirational speeches as well as interesting panel discussions with heritage practitioners and policy makers to share reflections and experiences from the three-year ILUCIDARE journey.
How to participate?
The event will take place in Brussels and will be livestreamed on an online platform. Both physical and online participation are for free, but prior registration is necessary.
Please register here and indicate your preference to follow the event either physically or online. After registering, you will receive an email confirming your participation. Please note that, due to limited capacity, registrations will be considered on a first-come first-served basis.
Where? At Comet Meetings Louise (Place Stéphanie 20, 1050 Brussels) & Online
When? On Friday 22 April 2022, from 9:00 to 18:00 CET, followed by a reception. On-site registration check and welcome coffee will start as of 08:30 CET.
Covid-19: In line with the current Belgian health regulations, the Covid Safe Ticket and the use of masks inside the venue are no longer mandatory. For your safety, the air is filtered in the venue.
Source, photo: Europa Nostra