All posts by HERITΛGE

A new version of our archaeological ethnography and heritage summer school

By Dr. Aris Anagnostopoulos It is almost a decade since we first had the idea to create a summer school for archaeological ethnography and heritage in the village of Gonies, in Crete. From the beginning, we had two basic ideas in our minds: one, that this would not be simply a school transferred into a

Successful Fundraising for Heritage Managers: Strategies and Best Practices

On March 17-19, 2023, a three-day online workshop on “Successful Fundraising for Heritage Managers: Strategies and Best Practices” was held, aimed at equipping heritage managers with fundraising skills and strategies to start-up and build their organizations’ contributed revenue for increased impact in the world. The workshop had 13 participants from Africa (Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia,

Α workshop on “Communication Strategy and Strategic Marketing for Cultural Organizations”

The online 3-day workshop on “Communication Strategy and Strategic Marketing for Cultural Organizations” has come to an end, with 11 Heritage Managers from various countries gaining valuable insights on how to effectively communicate and manage communication around a crisis or issue. The workshop was held from 10 to 12 March 2023 and was attended by

Summer Schools in Cultural Heritage Management – Online or On location in Greece

Hurry up and book your place for one of our two cultural heritage summer schools. You can attend online or on location in Greece. Our summer schools will this year take place in the town of Nafplio, Greece’s first capital and a few kilometres away from the archaeological site of Mycenae, and on the Cycladic


The Heritage Management Organization (HERITΛGE) is launching a new call for concept notes for small grants ($5000-$50000) for organizations, groups, and individuals working with heritage in Africa.   The grants are part of our Heritage Management Project – Africa (HerMaP-Africa)  which is funded by the Mellon Foundation’s Humanities in Place program. They will fund projects

Challenges in community engagement and managing heritage in the margins

by Yasaman SADEGHI Encompassing the tangible and intangible remnants of the distant and recent past, heritage has immense potential for tying individuals, communities, and societies to the past and future. A number of heritage management practices, such as archeology, museology, conservation, restoration, and upholding traditions, can mediate the translation of the remnants of the past

Newsletter Sign-up