Scenario 4

The project “History Reloaded” is composed of 4 scenarios. They were developed to engage the citizens of Regensburg in cultural heritage projects.

Musica Ratisbonensis remixed – Online voting

Samples and mash-ups of Antonio Bertali´s Baroque music (f.i. Missa Ratisponensis) are covered, mixed and mashed by Regensburg´s “private DJs” and put on air for a public on-limusiksKHMklne voting on the best five cover versions.

The Jury: Music teachers, 5 choir boys from the Regensburger Domspatzen (a famous boys´ choir), 5 band leaders and young citizens from Regensburg decide on the ranking of the best tracks at a release party.

In a more sophisticated version the voting could be done by “Kugeln” (the old voting method with differently coloured little balls).

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Scenario 3:

The project “History Reloaded” is composed of 4 scenarios. They were developed to engage the citizens of Regensburg in cultural heritage projects.

The Imperial Diet Catwalk  

Fashion Design Contest inspired by the period, when Regensburg was the “Salon of Europe” (between 1663 -1806.)KaisLeopIMeytensKHMkl)

The designs refer to all genders, nationalities and social classes at the time and can be a medley of

  • cultural diversity (as reference to this international period of Regensburg)
  • male and female fashion

Jury: Art students, foreign nationals, historians, shop owners, tailors of Regensburg and creative industry rate the designs (real or online drafts).

Every year one popular artist/designer like Christian Lacroix (fashion and theatre costume designer) acts as jury member and promoter.

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Scenario 2

The project “History Reloaded” is composed of 4 scenarios. They were developed to engage the citizens of Regensburg in cultural heritage projects.

The Hood of Regensburg

Design contest inspired by original medieval headpieces.011_25Pumwordpr

Jury: Medieval experts and lecturers of ethnic studies, hatters, natural wear producers and children vote on the best designs.

They items of the winners will be exhibited and integrated into a city archive, collection or museum. Actual manufacturing of the hoods is targeted.

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Scenario 1

The project “History Reloaded” is composed of 4 scenarios. They were developed to engage the citizens of Regensburg in cultural heritage projects.

Scenario 1:  Motto 2013/14 “The Talking Houses of Regensburg“

The buildings of Regensburg tell their story in episodes, pictures, video-clips, installations and else. A colourful or eloquent testimony of a house in regenshausRegensburg. A contest done every 2 years.

 Jury: archivists, citizens, historians and tourists.

A city official (mayor?) announces the result in a Citizen´s participation Party.

In a more sophisticated version the jury could reflect the historical city council        (mayor, 6 councilmen and 40 citizens).

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Educasts – The archival Books in the manner of an illustrated chronicle

Short Educational Podcasts were produced for the narrative of the „The Regensburg Books of Coats of Arms and Portraits“. These 12 administrative books are a rare and unique example of archival records. They are illustrated with colourful oil- and watercolour paintings showing besides electoral lists the councilmen of Regensburg and/or their coats of arms.

The educasts are about

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1.   the  content and purpose of the 12 books

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2. the role of the people acting in the council of Regensburg at the time / the administrators

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3.  the constitution of  Regensburg: “Kayserliche Regimentsordnung” when Regensburg was an Imperial City of the Holy Roman Empire 1500-1803.

4.    two Interviews with EuroMACHs professors about the  project
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Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ingo H. Kropač                                           Dr. Hubert Stigler

EuroMACHs-PROJECT  

WordPress link      https://angel4heritage.wordpress.com/about/euromachs-project/          Pilot website          http://www-gewi.uni-graz.at/cocoon/rpb/

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