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Cultural Landscapes - the 3rd Cultural Heritage Summer School

AUG 2019

The Summer School will take place on the 4th-11th of August in Nida, Lithuania.


The Faculty of History of Vilnius University is delighted to announce an Open Call for participants to the 3rd Cultural Heritage Summer School in the Nida Art Colony. It is an annual one-week high-quality capacity building event focusing on cultural heritage issues. The topic of the Summer School this year is the Historic Urban Landscape (HUL).


Lectures, seminars, and workshops will be given by keynote speakers:

Mr. Dennis Rodwell (UK)

Ms. Alessandra Capuano (ITALY)

Ms. Yonka Erkan (TURKEY)

Mr. Michael Turner (ISRAEL)


Summer School will take place in the Curonian Spit – Nida (UNESCO World Heritage Site).

Target group: students, young and experienced professionals in architecture, urban planning, cultural heritage, history, and related disciplines from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Poland. Organizers will provide accommodation, breakfast, and lunch for selected participants. Participants are responsible for their round-trip travel costs to and from Nida. Course fee: 100 Eur. Language: English.


More information and application form can be found here

The application deadline is on the 28th of June, 2019.

Follow the project on Facebook: Cultural Landscapes.


Project is organized by the Faculty of History of Vilnius University.

Project partners:

Nida Art Colony, Lithuanian Chamber of Architects, NGO “Architektūros fondas”, Vilnius Academy of Arts (Department of Restoration), Kuršių Nerija (Curonian Spit) National Park, Cultural Heritage Center under the Department of Cultural Heritage (Urban Areas Subdivision)

Project is funded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.