The HeiM project, Heritage in Motion, was presented at Researcher´s Night in Iceland, held by Rannis, The Icelandic Centre for Research, on September 28th 2019. The project was presented in a booth along with U3A Reykjavik and the Warehouse of Opportunities, also a project of U3A Reykjavik.
The presentation included a poster, 200 x 85 cm, the HeiM leaflet and the three Newletters of the project. A ppt presentations was run during the duration of the event showing among other, the main goals of the project, the partners, the work done so far on the project and definition on what is a heritage. Also the outcomes of a survey done among the Icelandic experts of the project and the general public on the heritage on what it means for the target group of the project, 50 years and older.
The Researchers' Night is an event that brings together the general public and researchers and is held every year in the main cities of Europe under the name European Researchers' Night. At this annual event universities, institutions, companies and organizations were very well represented and, as usual, well attended by the general public. The U3A booth, with its presentation of the HeiM project, received numerous visitors and lots of interest by the older generation, 50 years and above.