Aviemore, in the Scottish Highlands, 30 September to 3 October 2007
We are inviting proposals for presentations and workshops at this exciting event, based on the conference’s four themes:·
- The Vital Spark: interpretation as the driver for cultural regeneration
- Creativity and innovation: interpreting remote and fragile areas
- Voices in interpretation: languages, cultures and communities
- Authenticity and re-interpretation: traditional icons in the 21st century
For more information about the conference, and to make a proposal for a presentation or a workshop, visit the website www.thevitalspark2007.org.uk
‘Early bird’ bookings, with discounts on the conference fee, are available until the end of March.
The Vital Spark is a joint venture between Interpret Scotland, a consortium of Scottish agencies interested in interpretation, and the Association for Heritage Interpretation, the United Kingdom body representing the field. It is running as part of Highland 2007, a year-long celebration of Highland culture.