Tag Archives: collaboration

Practitioners in Partnership: Sharing best practice across the INTO network

A round table discussion about partnership working and community engagement, including updates on recent collaborations with the National Trust of Georgia, the Pro Patrimonio Foundation in Romania, the Czech National Trust and others, including our Interreg Europe project, Innocastle (with partners from Belgium, Netherlands, Romania and Spain).  

Heritage Encounters

Newcastle University is a an international hub for interdisciplinary heritage studies. We are holding a conference and exhibition on the theme of ‘heritage encounters’, engaging directly with European heritage issues around the topics of 1) belongings, 2) dialogues, and 3) futures. The conference will include keynote papers from Professor Elizabeth Crooke (Ulster University) and Professor Rodney Harrison (UCL), and will…

Frontiers of the Roman Empire

The Vindolanda Trust has worked with UNESCO to look at the interconnectivity of the World Heritage site throughout Europe and beyond. The exhibition will connect these Frontiers and see how the Roman Limes impacted the area. Vindolanda Trust The Vindolanda Trust is an independent archaeological charitable trust, founded in 1970.  Roman Vindolanda is regarded as the most exciting archaeological site…

Before and After Schengen as part of Marchland Season

Inspired by Ignacio Evangelista’s photography sequence After Schengen; we have brought together three artists to create an interdisciplinary event exploring notions of the vanishing border. In front of a screening of his work, Ignacio will be talking about his fascination with Europe’s disused border posts. This talk will be interwoven with poems by Hungarian born poet George Szirtes; written in…

The Challenges to Conservation

Fort George is one of the mightiest artillery fortifications in Britain, but its defences are no match to the power of Mother Nature. A weary traveller will always have something to behold in the Scottish isles. This home nation has always been fortunate that it is rich in archaeological treasures and natural beauty, but in recent months there has been…