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Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)
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Réseau Art Nouveau Network: increasing civil society awareness of Art Nouveau heritage (Anne-Sophie Buffat)

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Since 1999, a large group of institutions from various European cities with a rich Art Nouveau heritage decided to come together to create a first European cooperation network: the Réseau Art Nouveau …

Since 1999, a large group of institutions from various European cities with a rich Art Nouveau heritage decided to come together to create a first European cooperation network: the Réseau Art Nouveau Network. Study, action and valorisation of Art Nouveau are the key objectives of the ambitious programme set by the Réseau Art Nouveau Network.

Enterprising and committed, the Network champions a rigorously scientific approach, as well as aiming to keep professionals informed and make the general public aware of the cultural significance and European dimension of this heritage through exhibitions, publications, conferences, educational tools, databases and other often multilingual productions.

By informing the civil society about Art Nouveau heritage, the Réseau Art Nouveau Network aims to increase the awareness and therefore the responsibility of the new generation.

Additional information is available in various languages on the website www.artnouveau-net.eu

Association member cities: Ålesund (NO), Aveiro (PT), Bad Nauheim (DE), Barcelona (ES), Bruxelles-Brussel (BE), Darmstadt (DE), Glasgow (UK), Helsinki (FI), La Chaux-de-Fonds (CH), Ljubljana (SL), Nancy (FR), Provincia di Varese (IT), Regione Lombardia (IT), Reus (ES), Rīga (LV), Terrassa (ES).
Friend cities: La Habana Vieja (CU), Łódź (PL), Tbilisi (GE), Wien (AT).

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    • 1. Réseau Art Nouveau Network
    • 2. Partner cities
      • Member cities :
      • Alesund (Norway)
      • Aveiro (Portugal)
      • Bad Nauheim (Germany)
      • Barcelona (Spain)
      • Bruxelles (Belgium)
      • Darmstadt (Germany)
      • Glasgow (United Kingdom)
      • Helsinki (Finland)
      • La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland)
      • Ljubljana (Slovenia)
      • Nancy (France)
      • Provincia di Varese (Italy)
      • Regione Lombardia (Italy)
      • Reus (Spain)
      • Riga (Latvia)
      • Terrassa (Spain)
      • Friend cities :
      • La Habana (Cuba)
      • Lodz (Poland)
      • Tbilisi (Georgia)
      • Vienna (Austria)
    • 3.  
    • 4. Network purpose Study, promotion and preservation of Art Nouveau Actions aimed at Art Nouveau specialists, professionals, students, general public, children and visually impaired public
    • 5. Network phases
      • Founded in 1999
      • Phase I (1999-2000) : launch phase
      • Phase II (2001-2004) : Art Nouveau in Progress
      • Phase III (2005-2008) : Art Nouveau & Society
      • Phase IV (2009-2014) : Art Nouveau & Nature (project to be selected by the EU)
    • 6. Villa Majorelle
    • 7. Helsinki Station
    • 8.  
    • 9.  
    • 10.  
    • 11. Experience sharing through multilateral exchanges
      • to share know-how between institutions
      • to share good practice experiences
      • to avoid repeating mistakes
    • 12. Future projects
      • Next project « Art Nouveau & Nature » (to begin in May 2009 subject to the EC decision)
      • Sustainable development
      • New educational tools (Art nouveau heritage + environmental education)
    • 13. Contact
      • Coordination office (based in the Musée Horta) :
      • Anne-Sophie Buffat
      • a-s.buffat@artnouveau-net.eu
      • Réseau Art Nouveau Network
    • 14.
      • www.artnouveau-net.eu

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