ERHT CONFERENCE 2014 IN HVAR
The "European Route of Historic Theatres" Conference 2014 took place in Hvar
on the island of Hvar, Croatia, on 22 May 2014.
Preceding and following the conference day, therewere meetings of the theatre managers and city representatives on the various itineraries of the European Route, of the museum representatives, and the Route managers.
The topic was "Preparing historic theatres for the future."
Please download the programme here.
THURSDAY, 22 MAY 2014
Mirjana Kolumbic (HR)
Introducing the new Adriatic Route of the European Route of Historic Theatres
Per Forsström (SE)
The case of Drottningholms Slottsteater – making state regulations suiting a historic theatre
Thomas Lantz (SE)
The case of Ystads Teater – adapting to changing audiences & making use of historic and modern stage machinery
Andrea Marchini (IT)
Plans for climatising the 1590 Teatro all’Antica in Sabbioneta
David Drago (MT)
The case of the Teatru Manoel, Malta – recent and future works in the theatre from 1731
Guided tour of the Hvar Theatre (in restoration)
The Hvar Arsenal – how the 1612 building was saved and what the plans are for its future
Mhora Samuel (UK)
Results of the EcoVenue Project in Britain
Antje Boshold (DE)
ERHT and the new media – some observations on the digital future of historic theatres
Carsten Jung (DE)
About the upcoming touring exhibition on the European Route of Historic Theatres
End of Conference
A general discussion followed each lecture.
The conference languages were Croatian and English, with simultaneous translations.
Programme as of 14 May 2014. Changes reserved.
With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union