The kick-off meeting of the ATRIUM PLUS project, approved by the Interreg Italy-Croatia Programme will take place in Ferrara on 27-28 March (date to be confirmed).
Erasmus + Decra meeting
20-22 March 2018
On 20-22 March 2018, after the kick-off meeting in Paris, the partners of the Erasmus + Decra project will be meeting on the topic of "Social Inclusion and Citizen Participation - True Culture".
ATRIUM Scientific Committee Meeting
22-23 February 2018 (Forlì, Italy)
Patrick Leech presents ATRIUM at the 2nd FARO Convention Meeting 2017 in Vilnius on 15-16 November 2017. The topic of the European meeting on heritage: "Faro Convention Approach and Urban Regeneration".
Faro Convention Network Meeting
7-8 December 2017 (Lisbon, Portugal)
As one of the FARO Heritage Communities, the Municipality of Forlì and ATRIUM Forlì participated at the FARO Convention Network meeting on 7-8 December 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal. The gathering included a Heritage walk in the Mouraria neighbourhood - a fascinating history with diversity of people, places and stories.
Meeting on the memory of the Holocaust
4 December 2017 (Strasburg, France)
ATRIUM participates at the 4th meeting of the network “Education in places of memory of the Holocaust and other crimes against humanities committed by nazis and their accomplices”.
ATRIUM Training Courses
28 November & 12 December 2017 (Forlì, Italy)
On 28 November an 12 December 2017, ATRIUM Forlì, with the scientific support of the CAST (Centre for Advanced Studies in Tourism, University of Bologna) and the ISTORECO Forlì, organised a two-day seminar for tourist operators on the subject on dissonant heritage related to architecture of the 20th century and its difficult storytelling. A wide participation of tour guides, teachers, educators, cultural associations and interested citizens made the seminar a worthful experience.
ATRIUM participates at the 2017 Kenneth Hudson Seminar "Museums on Screens" on 24 November 2017 at the IULM University in Milan. The aim is to explore the multimedia potential inside and outside the museum walls, firstly examining interesting examples of contamination between the traditional museum linguistics and screen medias and multimedia installations.