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The Second International Symposium: The Impact of Dialogue with Visitors on AOAM Management

Date: 
Monday, 29 September, 2014 to Friday, 3 October, 2014
Responsible: 
Milica Tapavički-Ilić
Jelena Anđelković Grašar
Ilija Mikić
Number of Participants / Visitors / Audience: 
70 participants

Within the OpenArch project of the European Union Culture Programme, the Archaeological park Viminacium and the Archaeological Institute Belgrade organized the 8th regular meeting of all of the OpenArch partners and the Second international symposium entitled "The Impact of Dialogue with Visitors on AOAM Management".

During the symposium, about thirty papers were presented on The Dialogue with Visitors (WP 3), the Dialogue with Science (WP 5), the Dialogue with Skills (WP 4) and the Dialogue with Museum Organizations (WP 2). Among the participants and apart from the OpenArch colleagues, there were archaeologists, art-historians, custodians and many other experts from Slovenia, Macedonia, Romania and Greece, lecturing about the topics mentioned above.

The goal of the symposium was exchange of ideas and experience between the Openarch partners and the participants from the Balkans. All of the presented lectures are intended to be published.

Program

Monday September 29th - Arrival Day

18:00 Gathering of participants (the exact place will be notified later) and departure from Belgrade
Around 20:00Arrival at Viminacium, Roman snack, registration, accommodation in rooms and Roman dinner

Tuesday September 30th - Day 1
Place: Viminacium, Conference Hall

8:00Breakfast
  
9:30-10:00Opening of the symposium:
Miomir Korac PhD, chief of the Viminacium project
Milica Tapavicki-Ilic PhD, OpenArch project
  
10:00-13:30MORNING SESSIONS
 The dialogue with the Visitors
10:00-10:15
Mojca Vomer Gojkovič, Nataša Kolar (Ptuj Ormož Regional Museum, Slovenia) “Archaeological park vicus Fortunae – projects and problems” See PPt ar SlideShare
10:15-10:30
Adrian Ardetand Lucia Carmen Ardet (County Museum of Ethnography and Border Regiment, Romania) “Archaeological parks in Romania Archaeological Reservation from Tibiscum: Case Study” See PPt at SlideShare
10:30-10:45
Biljana Garevska (Macedonian Museum of Natural History, Macedonia) “Managing paleontological heritage in Republic of Macedonia” See PPt at SlideShare
10:45-11:00
Olivera Ilić, (Institute of Archaeology, Belgrade) “1700 Years of the Edict of Milan: the Jubilee celebration in Viminacium” See PPT at SlideShare
 
The Dialogue with Science
11:00-11:15
Srdjan Obradovic (Chivalric Company of Golden Keg, Serbia) and Djordje Mandrapa (Chivalric Company of Saint Theodore Stratelates, Serbia) “Living history as a form of experimental archeology and its role in the promotion and popularization of historical and archeological discoveries” See PPT at SlideShare
11:15-11:30
Milica Tapavički-Ilić, Jelena Anđelković Grašar (Institute of Archaeology, Serbia)
“Science in service of management: Archaeological Park Viminacium” See PPt at SlideShare
11:30-12:00
Coffee break
12:00-12:15
Vasilka Dimitrovska (Haemus, Macedonia) and Ivica Milevski (University “Ss. Cyril and Methodus”, Macedonia) “Heritage Recourse Management and Tourism Promotion of Northeast Macedonia” See PPt at SlideShare
12:15-12:30
Nemanja Mrđić, Snežana Golubović (Institute of Archaeology, Serbia)
“Vision of development – Serbian section of Roman Limes” See PPt at SlideShare
 
The Dialogue with Skills
12:30-12:45
Vesna Živanić (Hometown museum Paraćin, Serbia) “The Macro - litichs usage in the pottery production in Neolithic of the Central Balkans, some archeological and experimental evidences” See PPt at SlideShare
12:45-13:00
Christos Boutsidis presenting the paper of Manousos Kambouris (Koryvantes assotiation, Greece)  “Warfare in Mycenaean times: the Iliad as a paradigm and the applications emerging for experimental archaeology”
13:00-13:15
Christos Boutsidispresenting the paper for Nikolaos Kleisiaris (Koryvantes assotiation, Greece) “Reconstructing the “Dipylon” Shield. Experimental archaeology, experiential testing and modern educational adaptations” See PPt at SlideShare
  
13:30-15:00Lunch
  
15:00-18:30AFTERNOON SESSIONS
 
The Dialogue with Museum Organizations
15:00-15:15
Eliana Gavrilović (National Museum in Belgrade, Serbia) “Museum’s children's book as a communication tool with young visitors”
15:15-15:30
Sanja Rutićand Ljubiša Vasiljević (National Museum Krusevac, Serbia)
“Early Byzantine Fortress Ukosa - Grad Stalac” See PPT at SlideShare
15:30-15:45
Dragan Jacanovićand Teodora Branković (National Museum Požarevac, Serbia)
“The importance of the removable archaeological exhibitions for presentation of archaeological cultural heritage” See PPt at SlideShare
15:45-16:45
Björn Buttler Jakobsen (Fotevikens Museum, Sweden)
“How do you run you museum?
Question necessary for answering WP2 Managment of AOAM”
 
The Dialogue with Science
16:45-17:00
Rüdiger Kelm (AÖZA, Germany)
“Educational Principles of the Stone Age Park in Albersdorf (Germany)” See PPt at SlideShare
17:00-17:15
Steve Burrow (National History Museum, Wales-UK)
“Visitor research and disabled access at St Fagans National History Museum” See PPT at SlideShare
17:15-17:30
Steve Burrow (National History Museum, Wales-UK)
“Growing thatch from ancient spelt: an experiment in mass-production at St Fagans National History Museum” See PPt at SlideShare
17:30-18:00
Discussion
18:00-19:00
Albert Sorrosal, (MT, Catalonia)
“Update on EU funding and first brainstorming on potential new projects”
  
19:30Dinner

Wednesday October 1st - Day 2
Place: Viminacium, Green Room and Conference Hall

8:00Breakfast
10:00-13:30MORNING PARALLEL SESSIONS
 Green roomConference Hall
 “Face to face” meetings of Project management and individual partnersExperimental Archeology
Reconstruction of warrior techniques and nutrition of warriors, on the example of ancient Sparta, Koryvantes.
Roman fight, by Astutia Singidunum
13:30-15:00Lunch
15:30-18:30AFTERNOON PARALLEL SESSIONS
 Green room 
 “Face to face” meetings of Project management and individual partnersVisit to the Archaeological Park Viminacium
19:30Dinner

Thursday October 2nd - Day 3
Place: Viminacium, Green Room and Conference Hall

8:00Breakfast
10:00-13:00MORNING PARALLEL SESSIONS
 Green roomConference Hall
 Meeting of the Steering CommitteePresentation about Viminiacium
“Arheo Park Brazda – a short documentary film”  by Radomir Ivanovic and Elena Karanfilovska (Association  Archaeologica, Macedonia)  
13:00-18:30AFTERNOON SESSIONS
 Site visit to Golubac and Lepenski Vir, taking LUNCH bags with you
19:30Dinner

Friday October 3rd - Day 4, Departure Day

8:00Breakfast
10:00Return to Belgrade

A site visit to Golubac and Lepenski Vir was also organized. Here again, this was done as a support to the practical approach of the themes discussed during the symposium. Since most of the attendants did not participate at the symposium in 2012, the intention was to show Lepenski Vir and its very interesting and unique museum at the Danube bank. The symposium was also supported by the Ministry of Education, Science and technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, as well as the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Serbia.

Images

Vasilka Dimitrovska during lecture
Nemanja Mrđić during lecture
Golubac site visit
Demonstration of ancient Greek martial art...