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  1. EEA Grants Norway Grants ADK a ŘKF KUTNÁ HORA – OBEC HORNÍ MARŠOV – ŘKF BRNO – Arbeidsgiverorganisasjon for Kirkelige Virksomheter Římskokatolická farnost – arciděkanství Kutná Hora 13.10.2015

  2. Seminar in Kutná Hora Content • Combination of lectures and discussions • Two main themes: • Accessibility to churches • New use for “empty churches”

  3. Seminar in Kutná Hora • Accessibility to churches • What does accessibility mean? • Possible approaches: • Access to experience • Access to understanding • Access for all, for people with disabilities

  4. Seminar in Kutná Hora • Access to experience • Space, size, air, sound, sent • Physical and intellectual • Architecture • Art • Act

  5. Seminar in Kutná Hora • Access to understanding • Local history • Building history • History of the place, the church in the landscape • Liturgy and religious significance, changes of significance and meaning • Tolerance through understanding

  6. Seminar in Kutná Hora • Access for all • Different approaches for different disabilities: • Moving • Hearing • Seeing • Smelling • Learning • What can we learn from each other? • Consequences for architecture, infrastructure etc. • Ways of finding good solutions

  7. Seminar in Kutná Hora • New uses for “empty” churches, or churches with little use • “Use is the best protection”, but not just any use • European case studies: • Village churches • City churches • Derelict churches • In good order

  8. Seminar in Kutná Hora • The value of the building • Religious value • Heritage/historical value • Architectural value • Identity value • What is suitable to a church and its specific religious identity?

  9. Expected conclusions • Re-thinking of the accessibiltity to partcipants’ churches and buildings • Re - interpertation of the term „accessibility“ • Re - use of the „empy“ ecclesiastical buildings