2018 September 11–14

Bauhüttenwesen - cathedral works © Dombauarchiv Köln, German Commission for UNESCO
Bauhüttenwesen - cathedral works © Dombauarchiv Köln, German Commission for UNESCO

Craft Heritage and Heritage Craft Trades in Europe

European Craft Congress

Haus des Deutschen Handwerks, Mohrenstraße 20/21, 10117 Berlin, Germany

In the European Year of Cultural Heritage, craft trade and craft-related organisations in Europe and Germany join forces to raise public awareness for the dual nature of heritage and to address urgent safeguarding issues.

 

The official ceremony for the inscription of Organ Craftsmanship and Music on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity marks the end of the congress.

 

Craft trades inscribed on the German Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage present topics of safeguarding and vocational education and training (VET) in a supporting exhibition.

 

Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Platform Craft Conservation, internal event

 

13:00–14:00, ground floor foyer: lunch

 

14:00–17:00, ground floor, Meistersaal: Exchange of experience on craft conservation (Chamber contacts, heritage advisors, international trade advisors)

Dr. Nicoline Bauers, ZDH; Andreas Gfall, BHI; Christine Großmann, Fraunhofer IRB

 

14.00–17.00 Uhr, 1st floor, Präsidiumssaal

Platform and database advisory board

Dr. Titus Kockel, ZDH; Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Probst, Fraunhofer IRB

 

 

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

„Craft Heritage and Heritage Craft Trades in Europe“, public conference.

(Only 80 seats available. Please register at wegener@zdh.de by 17 August 2018)

10:30 – 13:00, ground Floor Meistersaal. Part One: „Cultural heritage and market development in Europe“ (Michael Olma und Dr. Titus Kockel, ZDH).

  • European chamber and business co-operations (Dr. Handirk von Ungern-Sternberg, Chamber of Craft Trades Freiburg/Br.)
  • Field reports on entrepreneur trips within the Federal Government’s support Programme for foreign market development (Marie-Theres Sobik, Chamber of Craft Trades Düsseldorf)
  • Heritage trade fairs within the foreign trade fair program of the Federal Government (Ulrich Briese, Leipzig Trade Fairs International)

13:00 – 14:00, ground floor foyer: lunch

 

14:00 – 17:00, ground Floor Meistersaal. Part Two: „Future of Craft Conservation in Europe“. International panel discussion on conservation, authenticity, local craft bunsinesses, VET, market potential and development, research, filming, popularisation, awareness raising and integrated safeguarding programmes. Discussion in English and German, simultaneous interpretation provided (Host: Dr. Martine van Lier, European Maritime Heritage Network, Rotterdam, NL.)

 

 

Thursday, 13 September 2018

European Federation for Architectural Heritage Skills / Fédération européenne des métiers du patrimoine (FEMP)

general assembly, guests

9.00 – 17.00, 1st floor, Präsidiumssaal. For further Information please contact Drs. Stefania Barsoni, +39 0 44 537 2329, barsoni@villafabris.eu

Craft Trades and Heritage Preservation in Berlin

10:30–20:00. Nicolaihaus, Brüderstr. 13, 10178 Berlin, Germany

 

Berlin exchange platform for craft conservation and Berlin cultural heritage network (internal and public event). Including bustour to craft businesses and workshops, and evening event (for a detailed programme see www.hwk-berlin.de).

 

 

Organ Craftsmanship and Music © VOD, German Commission for UNESCO
Organ Craftsmanship and Music © VOD, German Commission for UNESCO

Friday, 14 September 2018

„Organ Craftsmanship and Music“ as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

10:30–13:00, ground floor, Meistersaal

Official ceremony (invited guests only). Greetings, certificate award, keynote lecture Prof. Dr. Kilian Bizer (Georg-August-Göttingen University), organ round table hosted by Prof. Dr. Christoph Wulf (German Commission for UNESCO), reception

 

14:00, Berlin locations

Organ music experience. Organs in various sacred and profane buildings in Berlin. Public event. For detailed programme see www.gdo.de

If you have any questions regarding the programme or want to register, please feel free to contact Ms. Sophia Wegener

(+ 49 30 20619-337, wegener@zdh.de).

 


2017 March 3-5

FEMP General Assembly at Centro Europeo per i mestieri del patrimonio, Villa Fabris, Thiene, Italy


Novembre 2016 November

La candidature de la FEMP en tant qu’observateur au Comité-Directeur de la Culture, du Patrimoine et du Paysage du Conseil de l’Europe a été acceptée. La prochaine réunion est programmée au printemps 2017. Ce sera l’occasion d’attirer l’attention de l’Europe sur les objectifs de la FEMP et les enjeux liés à la formation et à la préservation des métiers du patrimoine.

The candidature of FEMP as observer to the Steering Committee for Culture, Heritage and Landscape of the Council of Europe was accepted. The next meeting is scheduled for spring 2017. This will be an opportunity to draw the attention of Europe to the objectives of the FEMP and to issues related to training and preservation of heritage trades.

Salon du patrimoine culturel 2016 Cultural Heritage Fair

Du 9 au 11 novembre, plusieurs membres de la FEMP étaient présents au Salon du Patrimoine culturel organisé annuellement à Leipzig (Denkmal. Europäische Leitmesse für Denkmalpflege Restaurierung und Altbausanierung). 

À l’initiative de Titus Kockel (Union centrale de l'artisanat allemand), 5 centres de formation allemands (Propstei Johannesberg Fulda; Zentrum für Restaurierung und Denkmalpflege, Herrstein; Akademie Schloss Raesfeld; Städtische Meisterschule für das Vergolderhandwerk, München; Kompetenzzentrum für berufliche Bildung im Steinmetz- und Steinbildhauerhandwerk, Wunsiedel) et 3 centres de formation étrangers (Built Heritage Conservation Training Center, Château Banfy, Roumanie ; Centro europeo per I mestieri del Patrimonio, Fondation Villa Fabris, Italie ; Centre des métiers du patrimoine « La Paix-Dieu, Belgique), ont eu l’occasion de présenter leurs activités et de partager leurs expériences lors d’une table-ronde. Plusieurs centres ont ainsi marqué leur intérêt pour intégrer le réseau.

C’est également à Leipzig, qu’en novembre 2010, les bases de la FEMP furent posées, les différents centres de formation aux métiers du patrimoine alors présents souhaitant mutualiser, à travers un réseau européen,  leurs énergies et leurs compétences. 

From 9 to 11 November, several FEMP members were present at the Cultural Heritage Fair held annually in Leipzig (Denkmal, Europäische Leitmesse für Denkmalplefge Restaurierung und Altbausanierung). 

At the initiative of Titus Kockel (German Confederation of Skilled Crafts), five German training centers (Propstei Johannesberg Fulda; Zentrum für Restaurierung und Denkmalpflege, Herrstein; Akademie Schloss Raesfeld; Städtische Meisterschule für das Vergolderhandwerk, München; Kompetenzzentrum für berufliche Bildung im Steinmetz- und Steinbildhauerhandwerk, Wunsiedel) and three foreign training centers (Built Heritage Conservation Training Center, Chateau Banfy, Romania, Centro europeo per I mestieri del Patrimonio, Fondation Villa Fabris, Italy, "La Paix-Dieu", Belgium), have had the opportunity to present their activities and share their experiences during a round table. Several centers have expressed interest in integrating the network. 

It is also in Leipzig that, in November 2010, the foundations of the FEMP were laid, the various training centers for heritage skills then present wishing to pool their energies and skills through a European network.


Avril 2015

6e Conférence du Conseil de l'Europe des Ministres en charge du Patrimoine

La vice-présidente de la FEMP, Stefania Barsoni, a représenté la FEMP lors de la 6ème Conférence du Conseil de l’Europe des Ministres en charge du Patrimoine, ces 23 et 24 avril 2015.

Plus d'infos : http://prevot.wallonie.be/pr-sidence-belge-du-conseil-de-leurope-conf-rence-europ-enne-patrimoine

L'objectif de la FEMP est de devenir l'interlocuteur privilégié au niveau européen en ce qui concerne les métiers du patrimoine bâti.


Février 2015

La FEMP et d'autres partenaires se sont réunis à la Paix-Dieu les 24 et 25 février 2015 afin de travailler sur les projets européens 2015.