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Alzaia(S) among the finalists of the Arte Lagune Prize 15

24 February 2021

“Alzaia(S)”, a production by video artists Francesca Leoni and Davide Mastrangelo, is among the finalists of the Arte Laguna Prize 15. The co-production of the Vertov Project and ATRIUM Forlì had been taken to important festivals. Now, the work of video art will be exhibited at the Arsenale of Venice.

The finalists of the Arte Laguna Prize 15 have been selected by an international jury, composed of important curators and directors of museums operating in different countries. Discover the names of the 120 artists that will exhibit at the Arsenale of Venice from October 2-24 October 2021.

Die Mauer - Il Muro on Prime Video

February 2021

'Die Mauer - Il Muro' is now available on Amazon Prime Video. The documentary film, based on a theatre play of the same name, was directed by Riccardo Salvetti and written in collaboration with Marco Cortesi and Mara Moschini, who are also the protagonists of the film.

'Die Mauer - Il Muro' has been awarded by the international festival 'Inventa un Film'. The film was shot both at Berlin and Forlì - at the former Santarelli preschool. Its production was under the patronage of the ATRIUM Association.

Find out more.

Many Lighthouses light up all over Italy

12 December 2020

On 12 December 2020, ATRIUM participates to celebrate the decision by the Italian Parliament to authorise the ratification of the Faro Convention of the Council of Europe.

For the occasion, diverse Italian heritage communities and institutions that are part of the Italian Faro Network created video contributions to raise awareness of what they have done in recent years to protect the tangible, intangible and digital cultural heritage, drawing inspiration from by the principles of the Convention. 

Discover the video contribution by ATRIUM.
Access the playlist of all video contributions.  

WalkEUR project approved

2 November 2020

The ATRIUM Association engages in yet another project funded by the Creative Europe Program.

The innovative project involves four certified European cultural routes with the aim to improve Cultural Routes' skills and competences, through the capacities of their cultural operators in 4 main topic areas: sources, story telling, cultural management and citizens involvement.

The WalkEUR project started in November 2020 and will end in October 2022 with a total budget of € 279,990. Visit the project's section for more details.

FAB ROUTES project: Digital skills to promote EU Cultural Routes

1 October 2020

The ATRIUM Association won again funds from the European Erasmus+ Program. New digital competences to promote cultural routes of the Council of Europe - that is the quintessence of the new project FAB Routes. Also read the article on ANSA Emilia-Romagna.

The innovative project involves six certified European cultural routes, with ATRIUM as the leading partner, as well as the Center for Advanced Studies in Tourism and the ARGO Agency.

The objectives are to improve the impact of cultural routes on cultural tourism development. The partners will elaborate strategies to integrate cultural routes within the touristic services system and a training methodology to improve the competences of cultural routes operators.

FAB Routes project started in October 2020 and will end in September 2022 with a total budget of € 299,800. Visit the project's section for more details.

W-CHILD project: students interview witnesses

October 2020

As part of the W-CHILD project, a group of students from a secondary school in Forlì (Italy) attended a a 'school of journalism'. The participants learned how to carry out non-diretive interviews and engaged in a dialogue with witnesses, who had lived their childhood under a totalitarian regime or had experienced war.

THE W-CHILD project focuses on childhood and everyday life under totalitarian regimes and war. One of the objectives is to stimulate young people to reflect on how totalitarian regimes in Europe and armed conflicts in Bosnia affected the everyday life of children.

Find out more about the W-CHILD project.