Interpretive planning at World Heritage Sites – experiences from Europe (GAHI Series presented by Interpret Europe)

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Together with UNESCO, Interpret Europe embarked on a journey to examine the role of heritage interpretation in World Heritage Sites, Global Geoparks and Biosphere Reserves. In this context, UNESCO suggested heritage interpretation as a core mandate of visitor centres at UNESCO-designated sites, fostering UNESCO's key values: peace and sustainability. In return, Interpret Europe revised its […]

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Participatory and Dialogic Interpretation: Inspire through PIE and TALK (GAHI Series presented by Interpret Europe)

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Join Dr Jacquie to dig into the Participatory Interpretation “PIE” model, which encourages interpretation that starts with Participation, is followed by Information, and ends with Encouragement to action. Next, we will look at Dialogic Interpretation using the “TALK” model – Talk Types, Ask Great Questions, Lead with Facilitation Techniques, and Keep on Inspiring. Find out […]

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Teatime Talk – Sustainability: Beacon or Buzz word?

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Are you seeking to network with other professionals? Do you enjoy engaging in dialogue with peers? If so, join our FREE bi-monthly Teatime Talks! IA members and potential members are welcome! Teatime Talks are live virtual forums for peer-driven dialogue about engaging topics and networking across the country. TOPIC: Sustainability: Beacon or Buzz word? REGISTER […]

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Te Taiao | Nature: Merging Māori knowledge and science to spark sustainable action (GAHI Series presented by INNZ)

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Join Frith Williams, Head of Experience Design and Content at Te Papa, Aotearoa New Zealand's national museum, and dive into the development of Te Taiao | Nature. This nature-focused exhibition experience weaves mātauranga Māori knowledge with science to spark sustainable action. Frith will share the goals and interpretive principles that guided the experience, including examples […]

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“I Don’t Know What That is But I Love That It’s There” (GAHI Series presented by IA)

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REGISTER HERE “I Don’t Know What That is But I Love That It’s There”: Rethinking the social values and public outcomes of in situ archaeological conservation and presentation in Australia Interpretation of in situ archaeological remains is commonly framed by archaeologists and other heritage professionals as an educational endeavour.  It is based on an understanding […]

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“Parks for All!” (GAHI Series presented by NAI)

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REGISTER HERE Parks for All! Design with diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in mind! Discover how the East Bay Regional Park District is implementing standards for DEI through partnerships and community building, programming, as well as through the creation of accessible interpretive materials, and visitor center exhibits. We will share some insights and tools to […]

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