2018, European Cultural Heritage Year
The Inp is preparing the ground for future actions as part of the European Cultural Heritage Year in 2018. It is working alongside the coordinator appointed for France and has been selected by the European Commission to participate in open discussions on the evolution of heritage and the future transmission of knowledge.
In partnership with the Académie chinoise pour le patrimoine culturel (CACH), Peking (Chinese Academy of Cutural Heritage)
In collaboration with the French Embassy in China and the Administration d’État du patrimoine culturel chinois (SACH) (State Administration for Chinese Cultural Heritage)
The Inp is part of the administrative agreement regarding the French-Chinese programme on exchange and training schemes in the field of cultural heritage signed in October 2014 by the Minister of Culture and Communication and the Chinese Vice-Minister of Culture. The Inp is a privileged partner of the CACH in France. In 2015, it was invited to the 80th anniversary of CACH and the first concrete actions of this partnership were executed. In this way, during the second half of 2016, the Inp were able to welcome 5 professionals from the CACH for field placements in France focusing on cultural heritage, it also delivered training to 10 individuals in Paris.
In cooperation with the Heritage Bureau Shaanxi province, People’s Republic of China
In collaboration with the French Embassy in China within the framework of the consortium piloted by the Fondation des sciences du patrimoine (Foundation for Cultural Heritage Sciences)
A cooperation agreement was signed in September 2016 between the Heritage Bureau Shaanxi province and the Foundation for Cultural Heritage Sciences. This agreement led to two missions in China at the end of 2016 into 2017 including the preparation for a symposium in Xi’ in November 2017.
In partnership with the Institut national du patrimoine de Tunisie Tunisie (INP), Tunis (National Heritage Institue Tunisia)
In collaboration with the French Institute in Tunis
A framework-partnership agreement was signed between the two establishments in 2013. Within this framework, the INP welcomed six heritage curators in 2015 selected by the French Institute in Tunis to participate in training sessions. Several missions are underway in 2017 to develop this partnership.
Welcoming Iraqi heritage professionals
In collaboration with the French Embassy in Bagdad and the Louvre Museum
During the second half of 2016 the INP welcomed Iraqi heritage professionals selected by the Iraqi Ministry of Culture and State Board of Antiquities to benefit from one month of training in Paris on combating illlicit trafficking of cultural heritage property.
Training operations as part of the Abu Dhabi Louvre project
At the request of the Agence France-Muséums
The INP is involved in the Abu Dhabi Louvre project to offer specific training on the organisation of museum work for future museum staff (conservation of collections, programming and cultural mediation, administrative management…). It provides, in partnership with the Ecole du Louvre, key teaching deliverables intended for future museum staff.