DATE: 27 September, 25 October and 15 November 2014
LOCATION: The Netherlands
How cultural institutions can renew themselves, finding new active forms of interaction with their audiences? How can heritage professionals create the conditions for the visitors to leave the role of observers and instead be active contributors to the development of heritage? How can the consumers become producers of cultural heritage? How can cultural heritage be co-created?
RICHES is trying to answer these questions through a series of co-creation sessions: experimental activities aimed at demonstrating how the public can be creator – and so co-creator, together with the heritage professionals – as well as user of cultural contents.
From the 27th of September to the 15th of November 2014, three co-creation sessions have been held in the Netherlands, jointly organised by the RICHES partners Waag Society (Amsterdam) and Stichting Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde (RMV, in Leiden).
For more information, visit the RICHES blog.