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We are just some days away from the start of the annual Industrial Heritage Week in the Dutch province of Noord-Holland. From 20 to 24 October, it offers an exciting mix of music, dance, theatre,…more
For the sixth time, the Hamburg Metropolitan Region is celebrating the "Days of Industrial Culture on the Waterfront" - with 200 events at over 110 monuments, spread over 49 sites. For two days, from…more
On 11 September, the Silesian Voivodeship in Poland will celebrate the 12th edition of the largest festival of industrial culture in Eastern Europe. This year's motto is "Surprising Technology". Plan…more
Nobody knows exactly where the German expression "blau machen" comes from. Yet it is clear what it stands for: playing hooky or skipping work or school. The netzwerk industriekultur nordhessen nino…more
Is industrial culture relevant to our everyday lives? Very much so, as demonstrated by the "Tage der Industriekultur Rhein-Main" (Days of Rhine-Main Industrial Culture). From 21 to 29 August, they…more
Late July, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee inscribed "The Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales" on the World Heritage List. The six component parts of the newly designated area include an ERIH…more
"The Creative Force of Industrial Heritage: Art, Innovation, and Space-making“ is the theme of the current issue of ANIH (Asian Network of Industrial Heritage) Bulletin, in line with TICCIH 2022's…more
Industry and industrial culture as a key tourism factors, regional linkages between industrial past, present and future, and combined tours to industrial monuments and traditional cultural highlights…more
The topic of this year’s conference is "RESILIENCE - How industrial heritage sites accepted the pandemic challenge and survived the crisis ". The event will explore how industrial heritage sites have…more