Dec 03 - 2021
CHwB Kosovo invites artists and professionals in the field of culture, creative industries, and digital humanities to apply for its sixth edition of Heritage Space platform!
The platform provides an opportunity to work in the preservation of cultural heritage through research, documentation, and interpretation. Through PROFESSIONAL MENTORSHIP and technical support, the platform encourages innovative approaches in addressing cultural heritage, with the aim to initiate meaningful conversations about the past in the present and the future.
Heritage Space VI will support the following THEMES:
Application deadline: January 17th, 2022
Selection and interviews: January - February 2022
Duration of project implementation: February 2022 - July 2022
Public presentations: August - September 2022
For more information about Heritage Space VI, the application criteria and how to apply read the APPLICATION GUIDELINE.
For any additional information please check our social media pages CHwB Kosova or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, before 24th of December 2021.
About Heritage Space Platform
Heritage Space was initiated in 2016 by CHwB Kosovo with the aim to encourage artists, researchers and other professionals in the field of culture, creative industry, and digital humanities to preserve cultural heritage through research and documentation, thus by creating works that present new aspects of heritage that intersect with contemporary perspectives.
Heritage Space encourages interdisciplinary approaches to cultural heritage such as written research, contemporary art, film-making, digital storytelling, documentation and other relevant approaches that are capable of engaging with the general public meaningfully through education and awareness raising. By and large, Heritage Space encourages communities to engage with the historical past and cultural heritage beyond traditional means.
CHwB Kosovo has designed a platform which connects cultural heritage with different social practices using innovative approaches, deliberately moving away from the well-known concept of the Authorised Heritage Discourse. In doing so, we give a platform to creative individuals who will work with local communities and members of the society, thus bringing to the forefront local histories that have shaped the identities of Kosovo’s multicultural society.