KEY DATES & PLACES:

November 28th, 2019:
10am-6pm
Académie Royale de Belgique, Rue Ducale, 1 – 1000 Brussels

International symposium and stakeholders event

November 28th, 2019:
7pm
BOZAR Brussels’ Center for Fine Arts, Rue Ravenstein, 23 – 1000 Brussels

Exhibition opening

November 28th, 2019:
8.30pm
BOZAR Brussels’ Center for Fine Arts, Rue Ravenstein, 23 – 1000 Brussels

Walking dinner (upon registration only)

November 29th, 2019:
10am-6pm
VUB/ULB WeKonekt City Campus at BOZAR, Rue Royale, 10 – 1000 Brussels

International symposium and stakeholders event (Cont’d)

November 29th, 2019 >> January 11th, 2020:
Tue-Sun 10am-6pm
Thu 10am-6pm

“Enter the Modern Landscape!” exhibition (free access)

Kindly supported by:

Partners:

ENTER THE MODERN LANDSCAPE
international symposium, stakeholders event and exhibition

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28-29 November 2019 (Brussels, Belgium)

MODSCAPES is proud to announce its final event, an international symposium, stakeholders event and exhibition concluding 3 years dedicated to present its outcomes and results, and to explore future collaboration opportunities among concerned stakeholders.

This event will be hosted in prestigious venues across the European capital city’s Royal district:

  • the Palais des Académies, headquarters of the Belgian Royal Academy of Sciences, Humanites and the Arts;
  • the Brussels Center for Fine Arts – BOZAR;
  • the VUB/ULB WeKonekt City Campus at the Brussels Center for Fine Arts – BOZAR.

This event aims at:

  • presenting the findings of 3 years research activities around Modernist Rural Landscapes;
  • presenting MODSCAPES’ outputs: proceedings of the 2018 conference, journal issues, monograph;
  • opening MODSCAPES’ exhibition produced in collaboration with BOZAR – Brussels’ Center for Fine Arts;
  • connecting local stakeholders from across Europe: representatives of local municipalities, planning offices, cultural and heritage organisations  boards, NGOs, museums and archival institutions …
  • planning ahead for future collaborative activities.

The event is open to the public, prior registration.

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

THURSDAY 28th November 2019

Palais des Académies
Rue Ducale 1, 1000 Brussels

9:30 – Registration / Coffee-tea break

10:00 – Welcome words :

  • Oberdan Leo (ULB, vice-chancellor for research)
  • Geoffrey Grulois (ULB, School of architecture, vice-dean for research)
  • Representative of Fonds National de la Recherche Scientific – FNRS (tbc)
  • Representative of DG-EACEA head of European Year of Cultural Heritage (tbc)

10:30 – MODSCAPES’ Findings

  • Axel Fisher (ULB)
  • Helena Maia (CESAP/CEAA)
  • Cristina Pallini (Politecnico di Milano)
  • Vittoria Capresi (TU Berlin)
  • Simon Bell (EMÜ)

12:30 – Panel discussion


13:00 – Lunch break


14:00 – Stakeholder’s workshop I

Best practices and daily problems from the field


16:00 – Coffee-tea break

16:30 – Stakeholder’s workshop II (cont’d)

Best practices and daily problems from the field

6.30pm

BOZAR – Brussels’ Center for Fine Arts
Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Brussels

18:30 – Exhibition opening :

  • Paul Dujardin (CEO, BOZAR)
  • Pablo Lhoas (ULB, School of architecture, dean)
  • Iwan Strauven & Francelle Cane (BOZAR)
  • Luca Monica & Francesca Bonfante (Politecnico di Milano)

20:00 – Walking dinner

FRIDAY 29th November 2019

VUB/ULB weKonekt City Campus at BOZAR
Rue Royale 10, 1000 Brussels

9:30 – Registration / Coffee-tea break

10:00 – Training and Q&A session on funding opportunities :

By ULB Technology Transfer Office + cellule Europe

  • COST Actions
  • HERA JRP IV
  • Horizon 2020 / Horizon Europe calls
  • Erasmus + / Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees
  • Marie Curie International Training Networks
  • Europe for citizens: Operating grants / Democratic engagement and civil participation = Networks of towns + Town twinning
  • Creative Europe: Culture-European Networks
  • “7 most endangered cultural heritage programme” – Europa Nostra / European Investment Bank Institute

11:00 – Stakeholder’s workshop III

Exploring future collaboration opportunities according to funding schemes

“World café” roundtables

13:00 – Lunch break


14:00 – Stakeholder’s workshop IV

Exploring future collaboration opportunities according to funding schemes

“World café” roundtables (Cont’d)


16:00 – Coffee-tea break

16:30 – Civil society’s perspective on the future research and action agenda

  • Dirk Gotzmann – Civilscape
  • Ana Tostões – Docomomo International
  • Simon Bell – ECLAS

17:30 – Wrap up and concluding remarks


18:00 – Closing cocktail and finger food