Heritage, Hospitality & Tourism – 26 november

26 november 2015 | 15.00 uur | ,
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Op donderdag 26 november is Museum Geelvinck een van de locaties waar de conferentie Heritage, Hospitality & Tourism plaats vindt. Waar ligt het evenwicht tussen de stimulering van de locale economie van toeristische trekpleisters en het in gevaar brengen van het kwetsbare cultureel erfgoed ter plekke? In hoeverre kan toerisme bijdragen aan duurzame ontwikkeling of leidt juist tot ontwrichting? Actuele vragen, waar u meer over kunt horen.


How to preserve heritage thanks to and despite tourism? What is the role of heritage in the identity and brand of a city, region or nation? How to use (digital) media to attract visitors and turn a visit into an inspiring experience?

Fascinated by these and related issues the University of Amsterdam, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Elgin & Co. organise the second Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality conference on 25 – 27 November 2015.


Program in a Nutshell on Thursday 26 November: Special Sessions

Museum Het Schip
One group of delegates will meet the curators of Museum Het Schip and learn about the Amsterdam School architects, their ideals and work.

In 2016 Amsterdam will celebrate the 100th birthday of the Amsterdam School movement with events and exhibitions.

Museum Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis
The HTHIC2015 organisers are delighted Mr Jurn Buisman is willing to welcome delegates, allow them to enjoy the elegant riches of this private city palace and discuss current issues.

Jewish Cultural Quarter
The curators of the Jewish Cultural Quarter will guide delegates through this historic area, the Jewish Historical Museum with an engaging Children’s Museum, the remarkable Portuguese Synagogue, and moving National Holocaust Memorial (Hollandsche Schouwburg).


More information: http://www.heritagetourismhospitality.org

for registration: info@heritagetourismhospitality.org