EVENT: Seminar: Small Baltic Conversations: Architectures, Cities and Heritage of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Online, 8 April 2021
On Thursday 8 April 2021, at 2.00 pm (CET), the first of the six meetings of the International Seminar “Small Baltic Conversations: Architectures, Cities and Heritage of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia”, curated by Donatella Scatena and Marco Falsetti and organized by the Sapienza University of Rome, in collaboration with the Department of Architecture and Design and the Baltic Studies Center will be held on the Zoom platform.
The conference aims to address, within an interdisciplinary debate, the architectural culture, addresses and issues of the heritage of the Baltic countries. The intervention of speakers from different disciplinary sectors is foreseen, who will discuss the main topics while providing useful tools for scholars and designers. The focus of the conference will be the confrontation and dialectical exchange between the scientific community of Sapienza and the academics / designers of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, in order to make areas and researches known to a wider sector of the scientific community and, at the same time, intensify international relations. The seminar is the first of a series of annual meetings and enjoys the patronage of the Embassy of Lithuania, the Embassy of Latvia and the Embassy of Estonia.
To follow the seminar, registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The program of the event series and of the first day can be accessed here.
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