2022 Winner and finalists

2022 Winner and finalists

The winner and finalists of the 2022 Religious Heritage Innovator of the Year competition have been announced! The Award ceremony will take place in Lund, Sweden, on 21 April 2023 during the FRH Biennial Conference “European Sustainable Religious Heritage”.

The winner project of the 2022 edition is Orgelkids by the Kerkmuziek Netwerk (The Netherlands).

The finalist projects selected by the Jury are: The Ambulance for Monuments by Asociatia Monumentum (Romania), Peregrino Lebaniego Digital 4.0 by Zwit Project. Territorio Rural Inteligente (Spain), The School Church by Groninger Kerken (The Netherlands), Jewish Virtual Tourism by Jewish Majorca (Romania).

The competition has been judged by Justin Kroesen, professor at the University of Bergen (Norway), Florian Trott, Managing Director and member of the Board of Directors of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe (Germany) and Peter Aiers, Chief Executive of the Charterhouse (United Kingdom). More information about Jury members here.

Religious Heritage Innovator of the Year Booklet