Seminar “Climate Changes – Heritage & Arts”
Under the EEA Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 Culture Programme in Portugal, the “Climate Change - Heritage & Arts” Seminar will be held on the 20th and 21st of October 2022, in Lisbon, organised by the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage, the Directorate-General for the Arts, the Riksantikvaren and the Arts Council Norway, with the support of the Embassy of Norway in Lisbon.
This event aims to discuss and debate ideas, share experiences and knowledge on climate change in cultural heritage and arts. It will focus essentially on the importance and impact that climate change causes in these culture sectors, as well as on the challenges it presents and the adaptation measures that can be used in the mitigation of the risks that arise from these changes.
The incentive to projects and initiatives that promote the cultural entrepreneurship, awareness and sensitization of these issues in heritage and arts is also the major focus of the Seminar, which will feature the presentation of projects funded through the EEA Grants Portugal 2014-2021 financial mechanism, from different activity areas.
In order to encourage participation in the "Climate Change - Heritage & Arts" Seminar, it is possible, through this procedure, to apply for financial support to travel to Lisbon.
The attendance to the Seminar is subject to registration and confirmation, depending on the number of available places. Priority will be given to promoters and/or partners in projects funded through the Culture Programme of the Financial Mechanism EEA Grants Portugal.
The registration for participation in the face-to-face modality must be made through the registration form and submitted to the email: email@example.com. Entities wishing to apply for financial support should fill in the same registration form.
The seminar will also be broadcasted via streaming. To participate in this modality, please fill in the following registration form.
Deadline for registration: 07 October 2022 at 23:59.
See here the Seminar Preliminary Program.