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Membership type: Individual
Viseri, Elena
Greece
Membership type: Individual
Weissbart, Gady
Membership type: Individual
Zöldi-Birkás, Éva
Hungary
I worked for 20 years in the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, Hungary at the Department of Classical Antiquities as a museum educator. Since 2021 I work in Szent István Király Múzeum, Székesfehérvár. I'm the Head of Department of Museum Education and Communication. I am a drama teacher (trained by the Hungarian Drama and Theatre in Education Association in 2004) and a Certified Live Interpreter (a qualification given by Interpret Europe that can be achieved by completing a course run by Past Pleasure Ltd., UK or recently by Mark Wallis). During my work in the Museum of Fine Arts I developed live interpretation sessions, assembled and prepared research material for the interpreters and trained them. We did first person interpretation, usually based on ancient Greek and Roman characters. On special occasions we performed characters also from other periods.(ancient Egypt, Renaissance, XVII. century Netherlands).
Membership type: Individual
1960
Davies, Matthew
United Kingdom
Membership type: Individual
Andreas Krall
Thelen, Andreas
Germany
Andreas Krall, master in the art of magic, specialized in magic tricks and illusions from late medieval times, Renaissance, Baroque and Rokoko.
Membership type: Institutional
Archeon
Veldman, Jack
Netherlands
Museumpark Archeon shows you the Living History of the Netherlands with 40 buildings, farm houses and huts from the Prehistory; =Mesolithicum (8800 BC)=, the Romans period (12 BC-406 AD) to the Middel Ages (1350 AD). Our so called Archeo-Interpreters shows you the daily life.
Membership type: Institutional
Armémuseum
Westerberg, Olle
Sweden
Armémuseum Visiting address: Riddargatan 13
Membership type: Individual
Aydin archeology museum
Çamoglu Günaydin, Birgül
Turkey
Membership type: Individual
Beleef Het Verleden
Teunissen, Martine
Netherlands
Beleef Het Verleden /Experience the Past: to make history matter for a general public! It is my mission to educate people through costumed live interpretation, an exciting and interactive way to experience history as it might have been. I work with a team of professional freelancers who perform both in first and third person interpretation. We are working for schools, museums, castles, universities, conferences, municipals and not only through the live medium, but also via film and media projections.
Membership type: Institutional
Bymuseet i Bergen
Sørhus, Lars Voss
Norway
Bergen City Museum
Membership type: Individual
Catholic University of Linz
Glueckler, Ingo R.
Austria
Ingo is specialised in professional costumed first and third person interpretation and storytelling in historic houses, museums, castles, outdoor environments and other historic venues with experience of playing everyday characters from the Medieval period through to Southern Germany and Austria in the Napoleonic Wars. Most roles have been unscripted, drawing on research and improvisation. His work has include freelance contracts at the State-Owned "Castles and Gardens in Baden-Württemberg" (Heidelberg Castle, Bruchsal Palace, Mannheim Palace, Schwetzingen Palace, UNESCO-World Heritage Site Cistercian Abbey Maulbronn, Benedictine Abbey Alpirsbach/Black Forest, Rastatt Palace), the German Pharmacy Museum, the Youth Hostel Association and the Speyer City Council.
Membership type: Institutional
City of Oulu/ Kierikki Stone Age Centre
Lehtinen, Leena
Finland
Membership type: Institutional
Geschichtstheatergesellschaft Die Achtundvierziger e.V.
Cott, Christina
Germany
Membership type: Individual
Halve Maen 1609 - Westfries Museum
Pothaar, Annemarie
Netherlands
Ms. drs. Annemarie Pothaar (1977) Master of Arts in Heritage Education & Interpretation. After studying a bachelor degree of Leisure Studies in Rotterdam NL, Annemarie finished her Master of Arts degree (2001) in the UK at Newcastle University and was supervised by Dr. Peter Stone, one of the UKs leading specialists in heritage education. Since then she has worked for a national park, historical museums, archaeological open-air museums and the Dutch Royal Armouries. She is currently working as the projectccordinator of the 1609 replica Dutch East Indiaship Halve Maen in the city of Hoorn, as a freelance research professional and for the Batavia in Lelystad. Annemarie is a visitor experience and interpretation developer, specialised in engaging visitors through a variety of interpretive techniques and encouraging learning in informal and formal heritage encounters.
Membership type: Individual
Heritage Interpretation Consultant
Gidlow, Chris
United Kingdom
Interpretation Consultant specialising in Live Interpretation, also author and games designer
Membership type: Institutional
Hessenpark Open Air Museum
Maser, Alexander
Germany
Membership type: Individual
History's Maid
Vigurs, Kate
United Kingdom
For hire: Sword fighters, highwaymen, pirates, jousters, princesses, executioners, side saddle ladies, men in shining armour, fallen women and so much more. History's Maid is a historical interpretation and research company with a passion for history and bringing it to life in a variety of creative, authentic and engaging ways through workshops and presentations designed for a variety of venues and audiences across the UK. The team is made of professional actors/interpreters, combat experts, horsemen and historians and we can turn our hand to anything from monologues to plays, from lectures to jousts. Company director Dr Kate Vigurs is an experienced and engaging historical interpreter with twelve years professional experience in research, live historical interpretation and re-enactment having worked for Royal Armouries, Imperial War Museum North and English Heritage to name but a few.
Membership type: Individual
Idévision AB
Buttler Jakobsen, Björn M.
Sweden
The Museum of Foteviken in Sweden is an Archeological Open Air Museums and has apart from working with living history and live interpretation three main spheres of activities: * The maritime archaeology and history is the important base of the museum activities. * The task of making the Viking Age and Early Middle Ages resurrect. * The spreading out of knowledge of history via modern IT-techniques. The Museum of Foteviken owns some 70.000 square metres of meadowland at The Bay of Höllviken. Most of this area is a plateau. This land is divided into different areas of activities. The reconstructed Viking Age village, The Viking Reserve is situated upon the plateau. 24 reconstructed houses. working with live interpretation Located in the lowland area are the administration, IT and research buildings.
Membership type: Individual
Maihaugen
Snøan, Berit
Norway
Membership type: Individual
Middelaldercentret/The Medieval Centre
Petersen, Thit Birk
Denmark
Membership type: Institutional
Middelaldercentret/The Medieval Centre
Petersen, Thit Birk - Curator
Denmark
Membership type: Individual
MOMus
Kokorotskou, Maria
Greece
Membership type: Individual
multiVRsum
Orthwein, Michael
Germany
Membership type: Individual
Museum-Theater-Events
Pfenninger, Angela
Germany
My name is Angela Pfenninger, I live in the South-West of Germany and am a historical interpreter. I offer concepts, scripting or scenario draft, as well as actual performance of museum theatre. This can be delivered first or third person, costumed and non-costumed to professional standard in German and English. My focus is on interactive formats that involve the audience (second person interpretation), and I also use methods of biographical theatre. The most unusual work I did was probably for art galleries, and wrtiting a museum comic book. On behalf of the Rhineland-Palatinate Museums Association, I also teach short courses on live interpretation, together with a specialist on historical dance & movement and a costume historian.
Membership type: Individual
Nordic Folkloristics, Åbo Akademi University and The Nordic Museum, Stockholm
Wall, Tora
Sweden
Membership type: Individual
Novitas Heritage, Interpret Europe
Hasselt, Marc Van
Netherlands
Marc operates his own heritage business, Novitas Heritage. He is also Live Interpretation coordinator for Interpret Europe.
Membership type: Individual
Orkney Time Travel
Ljosland, Ragnhild
United Kingdom
‘Brodgar’ is a self-employed partnership between Chris Gee and Raggie Ljosland. We both love Orkney’s archaeology and history. Here, you can find out more about what we do: Sculptures, tours, events, and ‘Time Travel’ to the past, and of course the Georgian Hoose holiday let.
Membership type: Institutional
Oslo Skolemuseum
Hesjedal, Marita
Norway
Membership type: Institutional
Prehistorisch Dorp, Eindhoven
Lammers-Keijsers, Yvonne
Netherlands
Membership type: Institutional
Roughhouse Theatre
Hunt, Moira
United Kingdom
Membership type: Individual
Royal Palace of Gödöllö
Rácz, Viktória
Hungary
Membership type: Individual
Shetland Amenity Trust
Turner, Val
United Kingdom
Membership type: Institutional
Storholmen Archaeological Open Air Museum
Christman, Jacob
Sweden
Storholmen Archeological Open Air Museum in Roslagen, Sweden. Storholmen Viking Village is an Archeological Open Air Museum. It is run by a foundation and has a non-profit support association. The purpose of the museum is to reanimate history, and in a tangible way, give people of different age and backgrounds an exciting insight into the Viking Age by ecouraging them to take part in activities that demonstrate how everyday life was led in the Viking Age, like trying ancient handicraft first-hand. The focus is on the home life of the Vikings. The staff is dressed in authentic clothing, providing living history experiences for scool children, guided tours and events for groups, and living history aimed at tourists and other visitors during summer. Surroundings and location Storholmen Viking Village lies just by the lake Erken, next to the museum is an Iron Age Burial ground and Nature Preserve.
Membership type: Individual
Tertius Pictor
Hochbruck, Jan
Germany
My portrayal is that of a Roman painter (around 100 CE, urban). My "home base" is Cologne (where I live) and Xanten (where a painter's workshop was found as well as his tombstone), but I have a tent, a mobile workshop and a gallery – and I like to travel and display the proverbial arts and crafts of a Roman painter. The presentation is targeted at children as well as adults; visitors may prepare their own tempera paint and try their hand at painting. A collection of raw pigments illustrates the process of pigment making. There's also a box with encaustic paint which is shown together with its tools and paintings. Aside from this life presentation I offer design consulting as well as paintings "to order", both for Museum Parks like the APX in Xanten and for Living History Groups/Individuals. Feel free to contact me for advice, opinion and help.
Membership type: Individual
The israeli museum theater
Krauss, Eran
Membership type: Individual
The Israeli museum Theater
Lichtenstadt, Evyatar
Membership type: Institutional
The Roman Baths Museum
Clews, Stephen
United Kingdom
Membership type: Institutional
The Yorvik Group
Tuckley, Dr. Chris
United Kingdom
Membership type: Individual
Theater + Zeit
Karabed, Ibrahim
Germany
Membership type: Institutional
Victoria and Albert Museum
Hilne, Astrid
United Kingdom

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