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The most frequently asked visitor questions

What were the most frequently asked questions to the Delphi Project? An almost equal number of questions are about construction of the dwellings and about the daily life of the people. There are hardly any questions asked about wars, politics, specific artefacts or utensils...

The potential of the Grundtvig

At a formal EU meeting in Amsterdam, EXARC understood the potential of the Grundtvig adult learning programme for its members. This EU cooperation programme is much smaller and more easy to implement than the larger Culture or Interreg projects are. Many members were interested and this subject will be followed up in 2010.

EXARC an affiliated organisation of ICOM

In the frame of the EU project liveARCH Hartmut Prasch (AT), member of the Executive Council of ICOM took part in a conference at Fotevikens Museum. In the months to follow, members of the EXARC Board met several members of the Executive Council. This led to our application to becoming an ICOM affiliated organisation, status which was granted on 3 December 2009...

8th liveARCH conference: The Dialogue of Knowledge

October 7th - 10th, 2009 in Hungary, liveARCH had its final conference & workshop. Discussion was about problems and perspectives of archaeological open-air museums and experimental archaeology in Europe; the link with science. 80 people convened in a programme with both lectures and excursions...

EXARC held its 15th conference

October 7th - 9th, 2009 In Hungary, EXARC held its 15th conference, the last one in cooperation with liveARCH. During this scientific meeting, we held an important general meeting where EXARC was disbanded – the Swedish organisation has been liquidated and 5 minutes later, the participants to the conference founded a new EXARC...

The application for OpenArch sent to Brussels

A hectic Summer ended when by the end of September 2009 the application for OpenArch was sent to Brussels. Following the success of liveARCH, EXARC decided to hand in a new application (OpenArch), which will be with the same kind of archaeological open-air museums, but with some other emphasis. It took about 400 hours by the coordinating team and probably just as much by the 10 museums to get it ready, but it was worth it...

Meetings in Callafel (CAT) and Herbertingen (DE)

After a planning meeting in Calafell (CAT) in April 2009, an important meeting took place in Herbertingen (DE) in May where the plans were discussed in great detail between the majority of the co-organisers. This gave enough input for planning meetings in Calafell (CAT) in June and September. The Summer months were scene of intensive partner search and once a museum agreed...

EXARC on Facebook

EXARC is now on Facebook as well. A group has been established about archaeological open-air museums, under the patronage of EXARC. Messages refer for example to archaeological open-air museums in danger of being closed as well as calls for other Facebook groups about specific archaeological open-air museums. *It counts about 250 members by the end of 2010...

H8 - Eight countries present Living History

May 20th - 25th, 2009 Not even 2 months after the Forum in Italy, there was another large event of liveARCH. The Pfahlbaumuseum Unteruhldingen (DE) (www.pfahlbauten.de) organised "H8 - Eight countries present Living History" at the Lake Constance. It started off with a 2 day conference about living history and events with speakers like...

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