Summer Schools in Heritage Management
The Initiative for Heritage Conservation was established in Greece in 2008. The IHC is a research and training organization focused on realizing the full potential of the world’s cultural heritage as a source of learning, community identity and long lasting economic development. IHC achieves its aims through tapping highly trained human resources, developing educational programs at all levels, fostering research, facilitating access to relevant information, as well as stimulating discourse. The Initiative's cutting edge programs have received high international accolades. In order to ascertain the quality of IHC’s academic decisions, an international academic committee advises the Initiative.
Digital Tools for Heritage Management: 3D Laser Scanning and Photogrammetry
29 may – 24 june
TThe digitization field school introduces students to a broad range of 3D recording and mapping techniques. Students are provided with hands-on instruction in these methods on site in the historical structures of Nafplion. Students record the towns extensive architectural remains using terrestrial laser scanning, GIS and GPS. The skills learned should allow students to work in digitization of any other site thereafter.
An Introduction to Heritage Management
28 may – 24 june
Following a 4 day immersion into the key concepts of heritage management, numerous sites all over Greece will be visited. This program aims to build awareness and the ability to assess experiences in a critical and constructive way. If you come to this class you will be a discerning heritage management enthusiast; by the end you will be able to visit a heritage site and assess it professionally.
Engaging local communities in heritage asset management through Archaeological Ethnography
26 june – 22 july
Our Archaeological Ethnography field school, aims to closely investigate the involvement of locals with their material and intangible heritage in general, and the remains of various heritage sites scattered around the area of our lab-area, Gonies, Crete. We address the issues arising in the documentation, preservation, and dissemination of cultural heritage through our research and our public engagement with the village of Gonies, as well as local and national stakeholders. Our goal is to develop a public archaeology program that will contribute to the sustainable development of the area, engage with the locals and render them more active in the protection of their own heritage.
The IHC, in striving to achieve its mission by fostering research and good practices in heritage management, offers many opportunities for learning new skills or developing the skills and knowledge you may already have.
Our field school programs are designed for students new to a respective field, but also for professionals already in a field who wish to pursue research, training, and professional development.
We have a lot to offer! Explore the IHC today and don’t miss out on an opportunity to join in helping us further our mission by participating in our field school programs and projects.
Summer field school programs and projects are listed on the left by their respective IHC department. You may also find them within each department’s page.
See our Summer 2016 brochure here http://inherity.org/files/IHC_summer%20programs_2016_general.pdf
In honour of our donors, and in celebration of our recent international rankings, we are now offering scholarships to all our summer field school programs!*
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