"'The Future of Roma Cultural Heritage,' the first event in Budapest held by the European Roma Institute of Arts and Culture (ERIAC), featured a lively exchange of knowledge and experience among experts from academia and the arts. The event was co-organized by ERIAC, CEU’s Romani Studies Program, and the European Union-funded "Re-designing Access to European Cultural Heritage" (REACH) project at Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE). ERIAC and the event are also supported by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Goethe Institut. . . . The activities were moderated by Timea Junghaus and Istvan Szilvasi from ERIAC, Gabor Sonkoly and Eszter Gyorgy from ELTE’s REACH project, cultural anthropologist Peter Szuhay and filmmaker Edit Koszegi, and Professor Jozsef Laszlovszky and researcher Dora Merai from CEU’s Cultural Heritage Studies Program..."