How many participants will be accepted for the conference and what are the acceptance criteria?
We plan to register 100 participants, with priority given to those who present during the discussion sessions. Other participants will be registered on a first come, first served basis.
Do I have to pay to participate in the conference?
No, participation in the conference is free of charge. However, the participants have to pay their own travel and accommodation expenses. Lunches, refreshments and conference materials will be provided for all of the registered participants free of charge.
Who can participate in the conference?
Every registered participant, as well as invited guests, and session and workshop moderators can attend the full program. The unregistered public can attend the accompanying events (Project Village, Film Installation and the play “The Final Cut”), lectures and the closing discussion. If there is space in the sessions then unregistered participants may join. Study visits, workshops, and guided tours are exclusively for the registered participants. We invite all practitioners, museum professionals, educators, artists, and people working on a Jewish cultural heritage project to participate in the conference.
Will there be any events during the conference that will be open to the public?
Yes, the accompanying events (Project Village, Film Installation and the play “The Final Cut”), all of the lectures and the closing discussion will be open to the public. If there is space in the sessions then unregistered participants may join.
How can I take part in the conference if I'm not registered?
If you are not registered for the conference you may still attend the accompanying events (Project Village, Film Installation and the play “The Final Cut”), lectures and the closing discussion. If there is space in the sessions then unregistered participants may join. However, study visits, workshops, and guided tours are exclusively for the registered participants. As an unregistered person you are not eligible to partake in the accompanying meals. The conference materials are reserved for registered participants only, if you would like to see them they are available online.
Who evaluates the abstracts?
The abstracts will be evaluated by the session moderators in cooperation with the conference program director and the organisational team. The subjects will be selected on the basis of the criteria accepted by the moderators; whose task is to ensure that the sessions are interesting, varied and provide participants with a review of the most interesting practices and methods.
How many presentations will be included in one discussion session?
It depends on the session moderator and his scenario. However, the maximum number of sessions should not exceed five presentations, 15 minutes each.
What is the preferred duration of a presentation?
One presentation should be no longer than 15 minutes.
Will the organiser provide the participants with food?
Yes, the participants will be served lunch and refreshments during coffee breaks.
Supported from the Norway and EEA Grants by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
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