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1 WP6 Communication and disemination Work in progress and milestones - midterm WP leader Z-Z Croatia

2 Milestones and Person-months

3 Deliverable list Deliverable list – sorted by topic

4 EU CHIC Portal The portal (www.eu-chic.eu) was launched on March 2010. The portal and forum are administered by Z-Z, leader of WP6, and the Project Coordinator UL. Subsequently, Z-Z launched an additional Restricted Members Area to accommodate all documents, drafts and materials required for the Partners within the project (http://www.chiceu.net). The EU-CHIC portal enables internal communication amongst all CHIC partners (through the restricted part) and the visibility of the project progress and its communication amongst stakeholders. No confidential deliverables are loaded into the public part of the website, which displays other relevant documents and details of events. In addition, a forum open to the Advisory Network is a way to exchange information and criteria regarding the EU CHIC Identity Card concept.

5 http://www.chiceu.net/

6 Distribution of the work

7 Invitation to CHIC Advisory Network

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9 CHIC Leaflet

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14 Disemination activities Presented on ECTP Conference, Brussels, November 2009 by coordinator of project.

15 Presentation of the project Valladolid fair of Cultural Heritage, Coordinator Roko Žarnić presented the project and it was also presented by poster among other FP7 ongoing projects within the cultural heritage domain, organised by European Comission. WP6 leader was also present on the fair.

16 Ravenna Workshop

17 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) 11.–12.11.2009: Research and conservation of early medieval architecture, Bratislava, organised by Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic and Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic; Short information about the CHIC project, aims and objectives. 13.11.2009: Joint Workshop of the Forum for European ICT Professionals FITCE Greece – AICT; "European Cultural Heritage - Identity Card: a challenge for Greece and Italy in the European Framework", Roma, Italy; Antonia Moropoulou, Prof. NTUA (Partner, Member of the Coordinating Group), Roko Žarnić, Prof. University of Ljubljana (Project Coordinator). 13.11.2009: Meeting with representatives of Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic (Mgr. Slavomít Katkin, RNDr. Ľuboslav Ńkoviera) and Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republik (ing. Arch. Pavol Iņvolt); Information about CHIC objectives, agreement on collaboration, members of CHIC Advisory Network group.

18 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) November 2009: ECTP Conference, Brussels, Coordinator Roko Žarnić presented the project. 05. – 06.12.2009: Seminar Access to Contemporary Art, project UE PRACTICs (Research, Access, Collaboration, Teaching in Conservation of Contemporary Art), Ljubljana, Slovenia; Dissemination of the idea and results of CHIC Project through discussions with scientists and practitioners during symposiums, conferences, seminars. 21.01.2010: Dr Maria Stępińska, editor of the News-Journal of the Association of Monument Conservators; SKZ (Stowarzyszenie Konserwatorów Zabytków – Association of Monument Conservators); Main objectives of the EU CHIC Project were presented and discussed possible contact with people and organizations from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, connected with cultural heritage and interested in sharing knowledge with CHIC partners; discussing the possibilities of collaboration.

19 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) January 2010: Meeting with GIS experts of the Czech National Heritage Institute; Information about CHIC project and its objectives. 21.02.2010: Dr Marek Barański, chairman of the board, PKZ (Pracownie Konserwacji Zabytków – Polish Laboratory of Conservation of Cultural Heritage); Main objectives of the EU CHIC Project were presented and discussed possible contact with people and organizations from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, connected with cultural heritage and interested in sharing knowledge with CHIC partners; discussing the possibilities of collaboration. 26.02.2010: Prague, National Museum, Methodological expert meeting organized by the Association for Historic Building Research; Paper (Jiri Blaha) "Historic monuments inventorial and passportisation activities in the European and global context", suppl. with short information about the CHIC project.

20 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) 09.–12.03.2010: Seminar Access to Contemporary Art, part 2, project UE PRACTICs (Research, Access, Collaboration, Teaching in Conservation of Contemporary Art), Porto, Portugal; Dissemination of the idea and results of CHIC Project through discussions with scientists and practitioners during symposiums, conferences, seminars. 30.03.2011– 02.04.2011: "Salone del Restauro 2011" – Ferrara; Presentation EU-CHIC project in a poster session.34 11.05.2010: CULTH-EX project regional conference »Energy efficiency of build heritage«, Kranj, Slovenia; Barbara Vodopivec: presentation of EU- CHIC project. June 2010. Info day of FP7 projects: Environment; Vlatka Rajčić: Presentation of EU-CHIC project in Ministry of science and education Republic of Croatia, about 120 participants

21 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) 13.–15.05.2010: Slovenian Academy of Arts and Science, Franc Stele Institute of Art History: 4th Meeting of Art Historians »Heritage conservation and research«, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Roko Žarnić: contribution with EU-CHIC presentation at the round table discussion, entitled »Cultural heritage and sustainable development« and UL, Barbara Vodopivec: paper entitled »Digitization of cultural heritage as a basis for heritage research and preservation; perspectives in Slovenia and in Europe. EU-CHIC case.« 24. – 26.05.2010: YOCOCU - Youth in Conservation of Cultural heritage; CHIC - A proposal for a Cultural Heritage Identity Card. 27. – 29.05.2010: Conference Wokół zagadnień estetyki zabytku po konserwacji i restauracji (Esthetical Issues after Conservation-Restoration of Monuments), Toruń, Poland; Dissemination of the idea and results of CHIC Project through discussions with scientists and practitioners during symposiums, conferences, seminars.

22 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) May 2010: Meeting with representatives of the Czech National Heritage Institute (Ing. arch Naďa Goryczkova, Mgr. et Mgr. Jana Čevonova); Information about CHIC project and its objectives. 12.– 13.06.2010: Joint Interim meeting Education and Training (E&T), and Modern Materials and Contemporary Art (MMCA) working groups of ICOM- CC, Training needs for the conservation of modern and contemporary art, Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, Holland; Dissemination of the idea and results of CHIC Project through discussions with scientists and practitioners during symposiums, conferences, seminars. 24.06.2010: Mr. Jerzy Szałygin, Chairman of the Department of Register and Record of Monuments, National Heritage Board of Poland, Warsaw; Main objectives of the EU CHIC Project were presented and discussed possible contact with people and organizations from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, connected with cultural heritage and interested in sharing knowledge with CHIC partners; discussing the possibilities of collaboration.

23 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) 02.– 06.07.2010: Symposium Art and Science, Special Forum Symposium on Art and Science, held as part of The 22nd International Conference on System Research, Informatics and Cybernetics, Baden Baden, Germany; Dissemination of the idea and results of CHIC Project through discussions with scientists and practitioners during symposiums, conferences, seminars. 09. – 11.07.2010: Symposium International Symposium Contemporary Art: Who Cares? Research and Practices in Contemporary Art Conservation, Amsterdam, Holland; Dissemination of the idea and results of CHIC Project through discussions with scientists and practitioners during symposiums, conferences, seminars. 26.08.2010: Ms. Agata Kłoczko, Department of Digitalization of Monuments and Museum Objects, National Heritage Board of Poland, Warsaw; Presentation of the main objectives of the EU CHIC, discussion related to the methodology of documentation, register and system of gathering information based on the Report of the protection of monuments in Poland.

24 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) 09.09.2010: Mr. Karol Czajkowski, Manager of the Monuments Inventory Control; Department of Digitalization of Monuments and Museum Objects, National Heritage Board of Poland; Presentation of the main objectives of the EU CHIC, discussion related to the methodology of documentation, register and system of gathering information based on the Report of the protection of monuments in Poland and inventory programs. 22. – 24.09.2010: 2nd Historic mortars conference, HMC2010 and RILEM TC 203RHM final workshop, Prague 2010; Information about CHIC project and its objectives. 23. – 24.09.2010: Roztoky u Krivoklatu, International workshop "The survey and documentation of historic buildings - the current status, organization, position in society, views"; Paper (Jiri Blaha) "Foreign examples of methods, tools and organization of research and documentation of historic buildings", suppl. with short information about the CHIC project. 35

25 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) 09.10.2010: Slovenian Academy of Arts and Science, Conference on National Research and Innovation Programme and Slovenian Science, Ljubljana, Slovenia: Barbara Vodopivec: paper on cultural heritage research with presentation of several FP7 projects (EU-CHIC among them). 12.10.2010: La Voce di Romagna; Meeting in Ravenna - CHIC - A proposal for a Cultural Heritage Identity Card - Risk Assessment. 12.10.2010: Corriere Romagna; Meeting in Ravenna - CHIC - A proposal for a Cultural Heritage Identity Card - Risk Assessment. 12.10.2010: Il resto del Carlino; Meeting in Ravenna - CHIC - A proposal for a Cultural Heritage Identity Card - Risk Assessment. 11.–14.11.2010: Valladolid fair of Cultural Heritage; Coordinator Roko Žarnić and WP6 leader V Rajčić presented the project and it was also presented by poster among other FP7 ongoing projects within the cultural heritage domain, organised by European Comission.

26 Individual Partners Efforts Dissemination activities of consortium (chronologically sorted) - Hellenic Ministry of Culture - Directorate of Byzantine and Post Byzantine Monuments - The National Archive of Monuments - The Acroplis Restoration Service (YSMA) - Directorate of Museum's and Cultural Building's Studies - Technical Chamber of Greece - The Hellenic Construction Technology Platform - Hellenic Organization for Standardization (ELOT sa).

27 Tasks Task 6.1 Development and implementation of Awareness and Dissemination Plan (Leader: SKB, Partners: Z-Z, BBRI, ITAM, LABEIN, NTUA) An awareness and Dissemination Plan containing different kind of activities will be prepared and deployed along the project and beyond. There are four objectives of the dissemination plan: to ensure maximum impact of CHIC within and outside the project consortium; to inform the research community about the results; to disseminate the project results and the identity card concept within key European stakeholders in conservation; to contribute to the awareness of the importance of Cultural Heritage conservation within the Society.

28 Tasks A detailed identification of the stakeholders beyond the consortium, and the general and particular message for each of the collectives at national, European and Third Countries level will be performed. Main collectives to be considered are: Owners and managers of Cultural Heritage buildings; Architects and other prescription bodies; Restoration enterprises (specially SMEs); Related NGOs; scientific community; Laboratories and technical assistant bodies to conservation; European and International Associations of networks related to Cultural Heritage; FACH of the European Construction Technology Platform; ERANET; Standardisation Committees, mostly CEN/TC 346. Another effort of the plan will be to disseminate methods and activities at national, European and Third countries level, as well as the share and complementarities

29 EU – CHIC Dissemination Plan - the result of brainstorming from the beginning of project amongst the partners involved in WP6 and Advisory Committee members. Very intensive discussion took place at the end of January 2011 in Ljubljana when this outline came out

30 1st Workshop Vienna In line with the EU-CHIC DoW, the 1st Workshop took place in Vienna, Austria, on 29 April 2010. The first part of the workshop was given by invited lecturers Mr. Wilfired Lipp (ICOMOS), Mr. Douglas Pritchard (Glasgow School of Art), Mr. Chis McGregor (Historic Scotland), Mr. Stewart Kidd (Loss Prevention Consultancy Ltd) and Mr. Christian Poehn (City of Vienna). It focused on presentations offering particular views regarding documenting cultural heritage and related issues, as anticipated by relevant organisations and end-users. The second part of the workshop was an implementation of Task 2.1 of WP2, prepared by partner Tecnalia The Workshop programme invited relevant experts and users of collections (members of Advisory Network and other networks relevant to CHIC) to discuss their experiences and knowledge. In addition it considered how to learn from their experiences in the development of data collections, and how to assess the most usable and interesting strategies, concepts and tools of Identity Card models for future assessment of the EU CHIC directive.

31 D6.4. Proceedings of the 1st Workshop Since the Workshop proceedings will be e-published, the project management decided to invite EU-CHIC and AC partners to prepare more detailed presentations of the most Illustrative cases of the relevant national documenting systems/methodologies in order to complement Deliverable 6.4, and to help publish a highly relevant and informative Workshop Proceedings for distribution to a large number of interested stakeholders. Material from the Workshop 1 was collected and is the basis for Deliverable 6.4. This gives detailed descriptions of the work done at the 1st Workshop, and has detailed overviews of the current state of the documentation systems of Cultural Heritage objects in 9 countries (Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia and Spain). Good examples of the methodologies used in those countries, presented with their advantages and disadvantages, are described in detail.

32 D6.4. Proceedings of the 1st Workshop This material can also be used by WP 3 (Task 3.1 Research and analysis of existing directives for risk assessment related to monument conservation, Task.3.2 Critical analysis of risks and setting up of assessment criteria), WP4 (Task 4.1 Identification of MTTs for data collection and presentation, Task 4.2 Assessment, evaluation and presentation of methods and techniques, and WP5 (Task 5.1: Integrated documentation protocol).

33 WHO CAN USE EACH OF THE RESULTS? Ministries of Culture / Relevant Directorates – Ephorates Museums Local Bodies as Stakeholders of specific monuments or historic city centers Related NGOs Research Institutes & Universities for education and research in monuments protection Laboratories and technical assistant bodies to conservation Scientific community Owners and managers of Cultural Heritage buildings Restoration enterprises (specially SMEs) Construction & Consultants offices in the field of conservation – restoration of historic buildings and monuments Architects and other prescription/specifying bodies National Technology Platforms Industry on building materials and interventions techniques European and International Associations of networks related to Cultural Heritage, Organisation of World Heritage Cities, WHIN, WCMC, World Monuments Fund-World Monuments Watch, IDCBS, FACH of the European Construction Technology Platform, ERANET Standardization Committees, especially CEN/TC 346. Meta-Management / Meta-users: creation of sites & databases for the extraction of necessity indices of inspection – diagnosis – intervention works, for the evaluation –monitoring and maintenance Strategic planning & Policy making in National / European / International level (measures, rules, laws, guidelines etc) The results of WP5 can be used by Governmental – Regional & Local Bodies in partners countries as well as in the ones disseminated to:

34 D6.2. Awareness and Dissemination Plan 1.EU CHIC – what is that? What do we consider to be the end product of the working process? What will be the core content of this product? 2.Who is the end user of EU CHIC? 3.Why and how should the possible end users be forced to adopt EU CHIC? 4.What is the economic relevance of the sector and what are possible conclusions to the EU CHIC product and to dissemination strategies? 5.What are the conclusions to the dissemination strategy of EU CHIC?

35 6. What are the duties of national heritage authorities? -What do NHA need to cover their duties? 7. Are there other institutions next to NHA to be supportive promoting EU CHIC? Are there any on-going activities on European level to be supportive? 8. What are outstanding test cases of European built cultural heritage to be supportive in promoting EU CHIC? D6.2. Awareness and Dissemination Plan

36 9. What are the advantages or disadvantages being listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List? 10. Is the European Heritage Label a useful alternative? 11. Concluding: What is the USP of the European Heritage Label? Concluding: What is good for disseminating EU CHIC is good for promoting EHL. Outstanding monuments listed to EH should serve as test cases for EU CHIC and EU CHIC is supposed to serve as a tool monitoring sustainability of these objects thus linking actual EC R+D results directly to the tourism strategy. D6.2. Awareness and Dissemination Plan


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