Discover projects shortlisted for the ILUCIDARE Special Prizes 2020

International Cultural Centre, as a member of the international ILUCIDARE project consortium, has the pleasure to announce six projects shortlisted for the prestigious ILUCIDARE Special Prizes 2020. Final winners will be announced in the autumn this year. For now we know that among the candidates for the Prize there is one Polish project – the Oppenheim House in Wrocław, a multifunctional cultural centre dealing with Polish-German relations and German-Jewish heritage in Wrocław. It is located in a beautifully restored Baroque house in the historic city centre. The project was nominated as an example of heritage-led international relations.

These are the other nominees:

Smart Heritage City, FRANCE/PORTUGAL/SPAIN - heritage-led innovation category,
St. John’s Bulwark, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, THE NETHERLANDS - heritage-led innovation category,
TYPA - Estonian Print and Paper Museum, Tartu, ESTONIA - heritage-led innovation category,
Archaeology for a young future, ITALY/SYRIA - heritage-led international relations category category,
The Friends of Czech Heritage, UNITED KINGDOM - heritage-led international relations category.

The ILUCIDARE Special Prizes, as part of the ILUCIDARE project, are supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, in addition to the European Union’s Creative Europe Programme for culture and the audio-visual sectors, which supports the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards that the ILUCIDARE Prizes are part of. 

Learn more about the nominees and the Prize.
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