16th Edition
Dubrovnik, Croatia, 28 - 30 September 2017
in partnership with EUR0PA N0STRA
with support of Creative Europe programme
& Endowment Fund of IC0M
dedicated to the memory of Kenneth Hudson OBE and Georges Henri Riviére
Introducing:
IMAGINES
 

programme

 

Thursday, 28 September
 
8:00 - 9:30 Registration at Theatre "Marin Držic" 
Escort to the IMAGINES venue, Multimedia Hall VISIA, at 9.30 (5 minute walk)
10:00 - 10:10 Best in Heritage Official Opening
10:30 - 10:45 Project i1
10:45 - 11:00 Project i2
11:00 - 11:15 Project i3
11:15 - 11:30 Project i4
11:30 - 11:45 Project i5
11:45 - 12:00 Project i6
12:00 - 12:15 Project i7
12:15 - 12:30 Project i8
12:30 - 12:45 Project i9
12:45 - 13:00 Project i10
13:00 - 14:00 LUNCH/COFFEE
14:00 - 14:15 Project i11
14:15 - 14:30 Project i12
14:30 - 14:45 Project i13
14:45 - 15:00 Project i14
15:00 - 15:15 Project i15
15:15 - 15:30 Project i16
15:30 - 15:35 Vote on the "IMAGINES Project of Influence 2017"
15:35 - 15:45 Closing Remarks
 
Thursday, 28 September: Arrival, Registration, Opening
 
8.00 - 19.30 Registration and a guided tour of the Dubrovnik City walls,  Theatre "Marin Držic" Lobby
 
Guided tour at 16.00 hours
 
19.30 - 21.00 The Best in Heritage Welcome ceremony in the Theatre "Marin Držić" 
21.00 - 23.00 Welcome party in Sponza Palace, venue courtesy of the Dubrovnik Archives
 
Friday, 29 September, "Marin Držić" Theatre: presentations of awarded projects
9.30 - 9:55 Project No.1: 
9:55 - 10.20 Project No.2: 
10.20 - 10.45 Project No.3:
10.45- 11.10 Project No.4: 
11.10 - 11.40 coffee 
11.40 - 12.05 Project No.5: 
12.05 - 12.30 Project No.6: 
12.30 - 12.55 Project No.7:  
13.00 - 15.00 lunch break
15.00 - 15.25 Project No.8:
15.25 - 15.50 Project No.9: 
15.50 - 16.15 Project No.10: 
16.15 - 16.40 Project No.11: 
16.40 - 17.10 coffee 
17.10 - 17.35 Project No.12: 
17.35 - 18.00 Project No.13: 
18.00 - 18.25 Project No.14: 
 18.30  - 21.00 free time
21.00 - 23.00 Ethno dinner-party offered by Dubrovnik museums in Rupe Museum
 
With guided tour of the Rupe Museum 20.00 - 21.00
Greeting by the director of Dubrovnik Museums, Ms Pavica Vilać, MA
 
Saturday, 30 September, "Marin Držić" Theatre: presentations of awarded projects
9.30 - 9.55 Project No.15: 
9.55 - 10.20 Project No.16: 
10.20 - 10.45 Project No.17: 
10.45 - 11.10 Project No.18: 
11.10 - 11.40 coffee 
11.40 - 12.05 Project No.19:  
12.05 - 12.30 Project No.20:  
12.30 - 12.55 Project No.21: 
13.00 - 15.00 lunch break
15.00 - 15.25 Project No.22: 
15.25 - 15.50 Project No.23: 
15.50 - 16.15 Project No.24: 
16.15 - 16.40 Project No.25: 
16.40 - 17.10 coffee
17.10 - 17.35 Project No.26: 
17.35 - 18.00 Project No.27: 
18.00 - 18.25 Project No.28: 
 18.25 - 18.30 Vote on the "Project of Influence 2017" by the audience and moderators
18.30 - 21.00 free time
21.00 - 23.00 Closing ceremony, Dinner and farewell party in Rector's palace
 
With guided tour of the Cultural History Museum 20.00 - 21.00
 
 
 Sunday, 1 October
 
The Post Conference Excursion by bus (only upon reservation)
THE CITY OF KOTOR (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and THE BAY OF KOTOR (MONTENEGRO)
 

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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No other spot in The Netherlands can match the 2000 years of history of the Domplein in Utrecht. It faced only one problem: a major part of its history is underground and literally passed over by everyone. The Domplein Foundation took the initiative to open up this concealed history to the public in a grandiose project: DOMunder. Tinker imagineers designed and produced the underground archaeological visitor experience, in cooperation with JDdV Architects. Visitors assume the role of the archaeologists. Armed with interactive flashlights that activate the underground remains, they descend into the darkness under the Domplein Square in search of its stories.

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Erik Bär, partner/founder, Tinker imagineers

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

Copy Of -Copy Of -Erik Bär, partner/founder, Tinker imagineers

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.

Copy Of -Copy Of -Erik Bär, partner/founder, Tinker imagineers

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Erik Bär, studied Cognitive Psychology and Computer Science and co-founded Tinker imagineers with Stan Boshouwers. In their hands, Tinker grew to be the leading experience design agency in the Netherlands, with a growing number of international assignments. His DOMunder has received several international design awards, including the Museums + Heritage Award 2015, the Heritage in Motion Best of Achievement Award 2015, Spark Experience Award 2015 and a nomination at the European Museum of the Year Award 2016.