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13th EXARC meeting

From 8th to 10th February, 2008, representatives of the archaeological open-air museums in Europe met in the Danish Middelaldercentret, south of Copenhagen for their 13th meeting since 2001. The agenda involved, besides of the introduction of open-air museums that recently joint the association, the discussion of quality standards for this category of museums and the presentation of certification processes already effected in Germany...

First flyer of EXARC

In the beginning of January EXARC developed a flyer and sent it to its members. It contains information about the association, the journal EuroREA and this website. EXARC members can order extra copies. Also over 200 archaeological open-air museums across Europe were contacted asking them to consider membership. Together with the letter a questionnaire was sent to collect data about the museums and their recent development...

3rd generation website

After 4 years, it was decided to prepare a new website. Not only did the graphic design need work: it was felt important to profile EXARC better: some of the content pages were already managed elsewhere and the EXARC website served as a portal. It was decided that the website should first and foremost inform about the association and its members, and on the second place be a starting point...

Quality and Sustainability meeting in Sweden

November 7th - 11th, 2007 Autumn 2007, the 3rd liveARCH meeting took place in Sweden, focussing on the dialogue with visitors as well as on “Quality and Sustainability”: a very ambitious concept which will probably be adjusted during the process. It should cover the partner’s needs, especially towards the quality of the product they offer the public and the way they organise this product including the quality of living history groups and events...

EuroREA 4

2007, EuroREA was transferred from SEA into the hands of EXARC. SEA was still a willing advisor, but EuroREA became the journal of EXARC, where the board had full responsibility, in this case delegated to the editor in chief. In September 2007, EuroREA 4/2007 was published; a bit thinner than in 2006 and progressively popular in content, without losing the high quality in editing and graphic design...

LiveARCH shields are made

For the 8 liveARCH members, shields were made. This is to show they are all connected to the same project and goal, a network of museums with a focus on living history, aiming to disseminate historic knowledge and to promote a greater interest in our common European Cultural heritage among the general public...

12th EXARC meeting

March 16th - 18th, 2007, EXARC met in Pitlochry, Scotland. This was a meeting, hosted by the Scottish Crannog Centre. EXARC members were observers during the 2nd liveARCH conference themed with "the dialogue with visitors". The conference was a great success and included an intensive workshop on interpreting history / archaeology as well as a one day conference with several presentations from various countries about the dialogue with visitors...

liveARCH’s first workshop

March 14th - 18th, 2007 liveARCH went to Scotland for their 2nd meeting. This visit encompassed the first workshop of liveARCH on the theme of ‘Dialogue with the Visitors’ and a one-day conference ‘Cultural Heritage Interpretation’. The latter was held as part of this Meeting, with a range of speakers explaining how archaeology and history are presented to the public in a number of countries...

liveARCH - Kick Off Meeting

In the days January 25th - 29th, 2007, “Eindhoven” hosted the first meeting of all partners of liveARCH. An important goal to liveARCH was to improve the experience of visitors to archaeological open-air museums across Europe through a better cooperation and with this, to enlarge interest in heritage. Living History plays a central role in these. LiveARCH linked the museums in question better and pursue quality and sustainability...

liveARCH Grant Agreement signed

After 3 months of negotiating, the lead partner of liveARCH, the Historisch OpenluchtMuseum Eindhoven, has signed the Grant Agreement with the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. The three year project has a value of 1.4 Million Euro. The project bureau, which resides in Eindhoven, has visited Brussels and got many questions answered...

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