Heritage – Our responsibility? II.
15 february 2012
The role of local authorities in the conservation and management of built heritage
- Training -
The County Council of Cluj and the Transylvania Trust Foundation has the great pleasure to invite you to the second edition of the training entitled Heritage – Our Responsibility?The role of local authorities in the conservation and management of built heritage.
The training will be held on the 23-24 February 2011, targeting this time the mayors, local councillors and the local authorities’ experts in this field, throughout South Eastern Transylvania.
The event aims to mobilize local authorities in the protection and valorification of the built heritage and to strengthen their relationship with the civil society organisations, to be able to cooperate in the management of the historic environment.
The training will be organised within the framework of the International Project “CSE in Heritage: Civil Society Engagement in community building through the understanding, development, management and preservation of the built cultural heritage of the Western Balkans”, funded by the European Union.
Please confirm your attendance and complete the attached registration form by the 17th of February 2012, 12h. Additional information: +40-264-439-858 (contact person: Bohonyi Boglárka).
The programme of the training:
Friday, 23rd of February 2012 – Cluj County Council, Calea Dorobanților, nr. 106, Cluj-N.
10:30 Registration of participants
11:00 Opening ceremony
Presentation of the Cluj County Council’s projects on built heritage – Simon Gaci, general secretary, Cluj County Council
Project presentation of the Department for Culture and National Heritage of Cluj County – Leonard Horvath, executive director, DJCPCN Cluj
11:30 Funding programmes related to cultural heritage conservation – structural and national funds in 2012 – Farkas András, representative of SC PONT Consulting SRL
12:30 Coffee break
13:00 Case studies in the rehabilitation of the built heritage in the United Kingdom – David Baxter, European Programmes Director, Institute of Historic Building Conservation
14:00 Case studies in the valorification of the built heritage – Eugen Pănescu, architect, Planwerk Office of Architecture and Urbanism
15:00 Case studies in the rehabilitation of historical monuments – Keresztes Géza, architect, specialist in the protection of historical monuments, SC Proiect SRL
16:00 Coffee break
16:10 Historical Monuments in Transylvania – Virgil Pop, architect, Technical University of Cluj, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism
19:00 Reception – Tailors' Bastion, str. Baba Novac, nr. 35., Cluj-N.
Saturday, 24th of February 2012 – Bánffy Castle, Bonțida, Cluj County
10:20-11:00 Transfer Cluj-N. - Bonțida
11:00 Visit of the Bánffy Castle, Bonțida – Case study in the conservation of a historical monument through close cooperation with local authorities
12:00 The role of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in the promotion, protection and management of the built heritage – Hegedüs Csilla, councillor, Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
13:00 Roundtable discussions – moderator Leonard Horvath, executive director, DJCPCN Cluj
14:00-14:40 Transfer Bonțida - Cluj-N.