The “fil rouge” running through BEP 2020 (this edition of the Biennial) will be the idea of heritage education as a means of recovering social disadvantages. This theme will be the meeting point and the sounding board for research, experiences and technological applications promoting the development of educational potential in five main thematic areas. The common denominator among the various proposals will be centred on the subject of disadvantage.
Cultural heritage and territory
● The role of the Civic Museums
● Cultural heritage and ecology
● Synergies between school and territory
● Music and theatre
● Archives and libraries
Cultural heritage and types of public
● The disadvantaged public: ethnic, religious, social and cultural exclusion
● The third mission of the museum / Museums and the third mission
● The museum outside the museum
● The cultural mediation of intangible heritage (etc.)
Cultural heritage and technologies
● Simulation and augmented reality environments
● Cultural mediation and new technologies
● Virtual versus real
● Educational function of the restoration etc.
Cultural heritage and learning
● Heritage education in continuing education
● Innovative models in heritage education
● Cultural heritage and disability
● Different proposals for different audiences
● Heritage education in school planning, etc.
Cultural heritage and evaluation
● Distinction between learning and appreciation
● Assessment and didactics of heritage
● Different forms of evaluation for different types of public
● System evaluation of museums etc.