FRH Masterclasses

FRH Masterclasses

The FRH Masterclasses aim to improve the capacity of FRH members to address current challenges in the cultural heritage sector with the assistance of highly-qualified professionals. During the masterclasses, participants have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of innovative methodologies and concepts. These sessions also provide them with the necessary tools to properly address and give solutions to their concerns.

This activity is exclusive to members of the FRH network.

Upcoming FRH Masterclasses

There are no upcoming FRH Masterclasses.

Previous FRH Masterclasses


7-8 March 2024

“The Churches and the City. A review of the past, present and future role of churches in urban environments” will offer a critical analysis of the relationship between churches and cities in different European regions after World War II and explore the current and future role of religious buildings in urban contexts.


10 November 2023

“Understanding, reconnecting and rethinking the soul of religious heritage” will follow up on the 4th International Conference Architectures of the Soul (19, 20 & 21 October in Batalha, Portugal). During this session, Rolando Volzone will share with participants the conclusions of the conference and invite them to share their reflections of the future of monastic heritage.



25-26 September 2023

“Reconstruction of religious buildings in 20th and 21st century Europe: monuments, heritage and identity ” will explore the burning question of why and how to rebuild destroyed religious heritage with leading experts who will provide invaluable context to the debate. This 2-day masterclass will take place online and on-site in Aachen, Germany on 25 and 16 September 2023.




14-15 October 2022

“Exhibiting religious language? Communicating the languages of Judaism, Christianity and Islam in museums ” organised in collaboration with the Institute of Catholic Theology and its Education of Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg in collaboration with Evangelisches Diakonissenhaus Berlin Teltow Lehnin, Luther Memorials Foundation in Saxony-Anhalt and the Institute for Catholic Theology of RWTH Aachen University. It took place online and on-site in Wittenberg (Germany).




FRH Masterclass

28 April 2022

“Living Religious Heritage through a Narrative Approach: from Preservation to the Continuity of Creation” with Nigel Walter and Ioannis Poulios will take place from 17:00 to 19:00 CET.