The symposium will take place in a hybrid form – online (available to all via YouTube) and physically in Villa Tugendhat. Due to the nature of the space, the capacity of the auditorium is limited to 35 people, who must book their participation well in advance.
Admission to the symposium is free.
The accompanying programme for registered participants will include a guided tour of the Arnold Villa and Villa Tugendhat.
The opening of the conference will take place on 6 October at 9.30 a.m. with the participation of the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway to the Czech Republic H. E. Mr. Robert Kvile and representatives of the City of Brno and the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic. We are looking forward to it!
More information and a detailed programme can be found here.
9.30 Opening speeches
– Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in the Czech Republic Robert Kvile
and representatives of Brno City Municipality and Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic
The Long Century Phenomena – City Development in the Černá Pole Neighbourhood in Brno
Moderator: Pavel Jirásek
Re-restoring: From Residential Houses to House Museums
Moderator: Iveta Černá
Ways of Presenting the Lifestyle In – Situ and in Museums
Moderator: Gudrun Eidsvik
The symposium is one of the outcomes of the bilateral cooperation between the Brno City Museum and the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo (Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design) and is supported by the Fund for Bilateral Relations under the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021.