Workshop 2010

Cultural Center, Megalopolis, Arcadia

August 01, 2010 from 11:30 AM to 03:00 PM

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The Parrhasian Heritage Park of the Peloponnesos

The Parrhasian Heritage Park workshop will discuss the concept of the park and develop ideas to encourage the protection of natural, cultural and scenic resources while promoting local livelihoods and traditions. By the end of the workshop, participants will have developed a mission, goals, and design concepts to guide park development.

Organized by: the Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project working under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and under the direction and with the co-operation of the ΛΘ’ Ephoreia of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities.

Workshop Agenda

Moderator: Christos Koumoundouros

  • Welcome and Introduction

    Dr. Mary E. Voyatzis, Co-Director and Director of Finds, Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project

  • Presentation of the Park Vision

    Dr. David Gilman Romano, Co-Director and Field Director, Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project & Director of the Parrhasian Heritage Park Initiative

  • Why Is This Area Important? History and Archaeology

    Dr. Michalis Petropoulos, Ephor, ΛΘ’ Ephoreia of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, Tripolis, Arcadia

  • Why Is This Area Important? The Park's Major Archaeological Sites

    Anastasia Panagiotopoulou, Former Director, Archaeological Institute of Peloponnesian Studies, Tripolis, Arcadia

  • Why Is This Area Important? The Natural Environment

    Dr. Costas Cassios, Principal Investigator, Landscape Ecology and Evaluation, Parrhasian Heritage Park

  • How Can the Park Benefit Local Communities and Greece? What Is Required to Create a Heritage Area

    Dr. Costas Cassios, Principal Investigator, Landscape Ecology and Evaluation, Parrhasian Heritage Park

  • How Can the Park Benefit Local Communities and Greece? Communities and Traditions

    Kyriakos Karagiannis,

  • What Does a Heritage Area Look Like? Examples from Other Heritage Areas

    Mark Davison, Principal Investigator, Historical Landscapes, Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project & Parrhasian Heritage Park Initiative

  • Next Steps—Creating Goals and Developing Actions: Mount Lykaion as a Template for the Park

    Dr. David Gilman Romano, Co-Director and Field Director, Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project & Director of the Parrhasian Heritage Park Initiative

  • Next Steps—Creating Goals and Developing Actions: Sample Sign for the Park

    Ximena Valle, Assistant Field Director for Architectural Studies, Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project

  • Audience Discussion—Speaker Panel

    Dr. Costas Cassios, Principal Investigator, Landscape Ecology and Evaluation, Parrhasian Heritage Park

  • Closing Comments: Follow-up Actions, Return Survey Form, Final Remarks

    Christos Koumoundouros,

If you would like to comment on the Park, please feel free to share your ideas by sending an e-mail to: David Gilman Romano.

We look forward to hearing from you and will continue to update this website with progress updates from the Parrhasian Heritage Park.