Due to the current circumstances, the study visit to Flanders planned for May 2020 has been postponed to the first week of November. Webinar on good practices organised in May 2020 was also part of the originally planned study visit.

In the morning of 3rd of November, a design sprint was organised. In the afternoon a partner meeting with all Innocastle partners will take place. On the 5th of November there will be a live event for all Dutch-speaking partners. Below all activities related to the original study visit to Flanders are explained in more detail. Agenda for the meetings in November can be found in the Innocastle Library.

Webinar on good practices from Flanders, May 2020

On the 14th of May 2020, Innocastle partner University College Ghent organised a webinar about a few good practices from Flanders.

The webinar on good practices from Flanders was recorded and uploaded online and can be found on Facebook.

Design sprint on 3rd of November 10:00 - 11:30 CET

The goal of the workshop is to discuss digital applications as tools to solve challenges related to learning cases of Innocastle. More specifically, community building will be the focus all partners will discuss.

Giliam Ganzevles, a teacher and researcher at Devine, the digital design and development department of the School of Arts, will be the expert guide of the workshop.

Partner meeting on 3rd of November 13:00 - 14:30 CET

Mid-term review results, upcoming actions, action plans and peer reviews will be discussed. Discussion on the possibilities for a follow-up project will also be a topic of discussion.

Online Colloquium kastelen, landgoederen en landhuizen on 5th of November 13:30 - 16:00 CET

**Only in Dutch

All day live event in the Loppem castle near Bruges, Belgium takes place on the 5th of November, for which several speakers have been invited and an interactive afternoon has been planned.

The focus of the online meeting will be on how participative and cross-sectoral project initiated by the Flanders Heritage Agency can help to solve challenges for rural estates.

As participation is very unlikely due to the measures within the different regions in Europe, it should be clear that everyone is welcome to come!

This symposium is organised by KASK & Conservatorium (HOGENT en Howest) in collaboration with the Flemish Heritage Agency and the province of West-Flanders in the context of the Interreg Europe project Innocastle.