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Title: HERITAGE EDUCATION as an instrument for building of partnership with public


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HERITAGE EDUCATIONas an instrument for building
of partnership with public
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  • The National Heritage Institute of the Czech
    Republic
  • is a professional body whose responsibility
    is to protect, study, document, and present
  • the cultural heritage fund of the Czech
    Republic.
  •   The main task of the Institute's specialists
    is to draw the public's attention to cultural,
    artistic, and technical qualities
  • which benefit not only us, but future
    generations as well. It would be a pity to pass
    by such qualities without noticing them.
  • Perspective of an effective heritage protection
    strategy is in partnership with public
  • Building of this partnership through education

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Education as the key instrument improving quality
of the care for the cultural heritage of the
Czech Republic
  • Despite the heritage protection and care has very
    long tradition
  • in the Czech Republic (the first systhematic
    steps were done
  • in the last third of the 19th century), the
    heritage education started in this country quite
    recently, around fifteen years ago. After the
    velvet revolution in 1989 many activities
    supporting
  • re-development of dynamic and live civic society
    appeared.
  • Also professionals of the National Heritage
    Institute initiated wider cooperation with public
    as an important partner of the heritage
    protection and care. Side by side with a good
    legislative and professional bodies the real
    effect of heritage protection must be carried out
    with public assistence. Education of young
    generation-representative of a perspective future
    is one
  • of the most important goals.
  • Since 2005 started the new research project
    supported by
  • the Czech Ministry of Culture with the main aim
    to
  • create and diseminate pilot education programmes
    in all regions with emphasize on special local
    values of heritage fund.

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  • Projects are based on principle of an active
    discovery initiaded
  • by young people themselves. Interactive forming
    of relationships to domestic cultural heritage
    enables to reveal the role
  • of the national heritage in European context and
    to understand its uniqueness as a part of modern
    European identity. They are instrumental both to
    effective presentations of monumental values and
    to the development of intelligence, creativity
    and value orientation of target groups, in favour
    of voluntary and sustainable care for cultural
    heritage.
  • The network of educational centres of NHI secures
    relevance and accessibility of project outputs
    the centres cooperate on forming, implementation
    and evaluation of educational programs. The
    outputs of the research project will provide
    methodical support
  • for both state and non-state heritage care,
    coming in useful
  • on all levels of formal education and in
    non-profit sector.
  • We d like to share our original solutions on
    international platform, especially experience
    from still running (and successful) programmes
    with emphasizes on active discovery of local
    monuments and discovery of traditional craft
    skills. In our focus there are also special
    programmes for socially handicaped groups (for
    instance deff and blind people or drug dependents
    heritage as symbol of quality and stability).

5
  • The core objective is an applied research and
    development
  • their results will gain an effective social use.
    They contribute
  • the creation of the system of educational
    programs in the sphere of movable and immovable
    cultural heritage both
  • in historical seats and cultural landscape.
  • The target groups are children and youth,
    families with children, but also seniors and
    people physically and psychically disabled.
  • In all programmes the aspect of partnership (both
    for cofinancing and special professional
    services) plays very important role. It means
    cooperation with local authorities, other
    cultural institutions, universities and NGOs.

6
Unknown townswhere we live
  • Pilot projects
  • for 2 towns with historic monument
  • protected reservations
  • - Ceské Budejovice
  • - Telc

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  • Ceské Budejovice
  • capital of the South Bohemia
  • 94 000 inhabitants
  • 11 primary schools, 13 secondary schools
  • the South Bohemia University
  • historic town center with monument protected
    reservation
  • historic buildings since middle ages until
    functionalism

8
Young generation as an important partner for
future heritage protection and care
  • Perspective of an effective heritage protection
    strategy
  • in partnership of public
  • Building of this partnership through education
    especially
  • of young people

9
Importance of good professional partners
  • Cooperation of the National Heritage
    Institute
  • and
  • the City Council of Ceské Budejovice
  • Three pilot education programmes
  • for which the historic centre of the town
  • is the live textbook of period styles
  • (Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque)
  • cofinancing of edition of education sheets
  • common organizing of annual workshops for
    teachers
  • common organizing of European Heritage Days
  • for schools

10
  • hear
  • see
  • touch
  • interactive discovering
  • common searching
  • of answers
  • for questions
  • building of citizenship
  • and responsibility
  • for historic sites

11
Middle agesThe Journeyfrom the Wandering Stone
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RenaissanceRenaissance under the Black Tower
13
BaroqueAlsoSamson is baroque
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  • The wet variantof heritage education tour
    starts
  • in the conference hall of the National Heritage
    Institute

15
Discovering of barogue allegories through
sculptures of Virtues from the town hall
16
The sculpture of Samson on the top of the
fountain at the main square is well-known town
symbol
17
Heritage as a live textbook Discovering of
baroque symetry on the facade of the town hall
18
Which one sculpture is original and which one
copy?We discuss about conservation
19
Since 2009 participate on European Heritage Days
at Ceské Budejovice annually approximately 500
pupils
  • Age of participants 8-12 years

20
Lecturers of heritage education tours are
specialists from the National Heritage
Institute and students of the South Bohemian
University
  • Translated education sheets
  • are used for lessons
  • of English and German
  • in secondary schools

21
  • Telc UNESCO site
  • district town 4 primary schools, 2 secondary
    schools
  • university

22
Education project How to build a town
  • observation of the town planning from the
    bell-tower
  • disscussing about the traditional town structure
  • and its crucial points

23
Historic architecture as a message
  • meeting of skills of our ancestors traditional
    crafts
  • understanding of ancient symbols and allegories

24
Design your town!
  • using of wooden models
  • pupils work in small groups
  • heritage professional lecturer as adviser

25
Well done! Happy future architects
  • building of better understanding for historic
    sites planning
  • future responsibility for their protection

26
Adventure with traditional materials and
technologies
  • Pilot programme for
  • the Castle Becov

27
Castle Becov historic monument of the national
importance open to public
  • damaged building of old castleas a place to
    study traditional building technologies and crafts

28
Secrets of old skillsAdventureof lime and
sand
  • under leadership
  • of heritage experts kids study old stonework
  • and
  • masonery

29
Secrets of old skillsAdventureof lime and
sand
  • importance
  • of scientific analyses
  • lets try to do it ourselves!
  • under leadership
  • of heritage professionals kids do
    traditional plaster

30
Adventure of archeology
31
Adventure of carpentry
  • under leadership
  • of professional carpenter kids assist on
    reconstruction of medieval bridge

32
Adventure of carpentry
  • reconstruction of medieval bridge
  • lesson of carpentry in practice

33
Historic monument as a place and an instrument
of therapy
  • Pilot project
  • for the manor house and park
  • Cervený Dvur

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since 1960 is Cervený Dvur Manor used as a
psychiatric hospitalfor dependent people with
capacity of 115 beds
36
the natural park, founded by the Duke Jan Adolf
II. Schwarzenberg,provides a space both for
therapy and relaxation
37
since 2003 cooperation with the Czech National
Heritage Institute meeting of patients with
history awareness of traditional values
supports feeling of stability and harmony
38
through common discovering of the history and
aeshtetic values of the manor house and the
park create patients their relation to the site
together with feeling of selfresponsibility
39
since 2003 is the park open to publicin 2005
was open the public natural trail regular
contact with public is for patients very
important tool of resocialization breaking
barriers among patients and public
40
meeting with embroideriescultural events in
interiors of the house and in the park are
visited both by patients and public
41
Sculpture sympozium 2009wood of trees from the
park comes back to the parkin new appearance
patients work with artists
42
making of copies of historic lights by
patientsin the pottery workshop for baroque
illumination of the park
43
making of lights for various festivities since
2009 patients supply three important state
historic sites open to public
44
baroque illumination of the fountain at the
Castle Ceský Krumlov
  • participation of socially disabled people on
    public cultural
  • events through heritage care and education

45
  • cultural heritage miror of our identity
  • approach for present
  • inspiration for future
  • Heritage education stakeholders
  • in the Czech Republic
  • regional education centers
  • with professional team
  • partnership with
  • local authorities and NGOs
  • close personal cooperation
  • with schools
  • our motto

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Thanks for your attentionMgr.Katerina
CichrováNárodní památkový ústav(Czech National
Heritage Institute)nám.Premysla Otakara
II.34Ceské BudejoviceCzech Republick.cichrova_at_s
eznam.cz
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