Regio EarthBALKAN EARTH conference and REGIO EARTH festival 2019 favor the connection between the earthen specialists in the Balkan Region and the awareness of the similarities of our rural/traditional architecture as well as of the socio-cultural dynamics that characterize our countries. This will help taking more informed decisions about the conservation and capitalization of the potential of this shared heritage, organization of vocational trainings and transnational routes on the theme of traditional architecture in the Balkan region.

BALKAN EARTH conference is an initiative of Serbia, Bulgaria and Greece to bring together 12 neighborly countries to talk about our common earthen heritage, problems we are all facing in each country and potentials this heritage has in the terms of sustainable development of whole region. Experts from other parts of Europe and world are invited to talk about their experiences and challenges, vocational training they’re organizing, role of the women in this field etc. The conference would have two accompanying expositions: Earth architecture today (modern) and Balkan earth architecture (traditional) and a field trip.
 

REGIO EARTH festival is the third edition of an itinerary festival about earthen architecture, design and art. It is an initiative of Sárkollektíva (Hungary) and TERRApia (Romania) to connect the earth lovers and specialists from Central and Eastern Europe. This festival will combine more than 15 different workshops and lectures from local and European experts working in the field of restoration, modern building, decoration of earth architecture as well as some local materials (such as reed and rush.) 

For more information please contact

Dragana Kojicic, earth architect specialist 

+381 65 6044313

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The South East European (SEE) Heritage network Secretariat
P.O. Box 85
85330 Kotor - Montenegro
phone: + 382 (0)32 302520
fax: + 382 (0)32 302521
 
 

The material displayed on the separate country pages has been prepared by:
Albania: 
Albanian Heritage Foundation
Bosnia and Herzegovina: CHwB Regional Office in Sarajevo
Kosovo: EC MA Ndryshe
Montenegro: EXPEDITIO and Notar
Serbia: Civic Association SUBURBIUM

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