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ATRIUM co-organises a webinar

12 March 2024 (online)

On 12 March 2024, the Estonian Ministry of Culture together with the ATRIUM organises a webinar to present the cultural route: "Introduction to the ATRIUM Route (Architecture of Totalitarian Regimes of the XX Century in Europe’s Urban Memory)". Yasho Minkov, Vice President of ATRIUM Association and Patrick Leech, member of the Scientific Committee of the ATRIUM Route will present the case study of the town of Dimitrovgrad (Bulgaria) and the European Cultural Route in general respectively.

For more details, visit the event's website


ATRIUM gives a workshop at Rome

15 December 2023 (Rome, Italy)
Thanks to the invitation of the Ministry of Culture, Directorate III-International Relations, and II-UNESCO Office, on 15 December 2023, ATRIUM realized an educational workshop on the work of the European Cultural Itineraries at the Central Institute for Sound and Audiovisual Heritage in Rome. Other European Cultural Routes were also present: Destination Napoleon and the European Route of Ceramics. Discover the event's programme.

ATRIUM contributes to international conference in Madrid

14-15 December 2023 (Madrid, Spain)

On 14-15 December, Patrick Leech, member of the ATRIUM Scientific Committee, made a contribution at the international conference in Madrid on ¿Qué hacer con el patrimonio comódo? (How to deal with uncomfortable heritage).

View the conference programme.


"Next Routes" kick-off meeting

14 November 2023 (Salzburg, Austria)

The “Next Routes” Project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, kicked off on 14 November 2023 at the Salzburg Congress Centre. The project will reinforce Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe managers’ competencies and skills in all aspects related to digital and creativity.

The project  brings together 6 Cultural Routes certified by the Council of Europe: Phoenicians’ Route as the Lead Partner, along with the European Route of Jewish Heritage, European Mozart Ways, Routes of the Olive Tree, ATRIUM and the Iron Age Danube Route. Other participants are: Mobile Idea Srl, one of EU’s leading private companies specialized in technological innovation applied to the cultural and tourism sector and a research institute, the Stichting Breda University of Applied Sciences. The European Mozart Ways, based in Salzburg (A), was and excellent host for the whole partnership! Next meetingwill be in May 2024, at the University of Breda.


ATRIUM participates at the international conference at Ravenna

7 November 2023 (Ravenna, Italy)
Patrick Leech, member of ATRIUM's Scientific Committee and Professor at the University of Bologna, participated at the Scientific Conference Post-Colonial World and Dissonant Heritage: Concepts, Critics, Cases, presenting the case of ATRIUM with his spech "Dealing with dissonant material heritage: from the ATRIUM Cultural Route to the colonial legacy in Britain". For more details download the programme.

ATRIUM participates at event of the Phoenician's Route

19-20 October 2023 (Cabras, Italy)

On 19-20 October 2023, ATRIUM Director Claudia Castellucci participates at the international General Assembly, the XVI Euromediterranean Diaologue on the Phoenician's Route, which takses place in Cabras (Sardinia). The international meetings brings togehter experiences from different European Cultural Routes and involves  representatives of the Councli of Europe, such as such as Stefano Dominioni, Executive Secretary of the Enlarged Partial Agreement on Cultural Routes.

Download the programme.

ATRIUM participates at the international conference REUSO

18-21 October 2023 (Caceres, Spain)
Architect Andrea Savorelli presents the case of Forlì at the international conference on the documentation, conservation and reuse of built heritage "XI Congresso Internazionale sulla documentazione, la conservazione e il riutilizzo del patrimonio architettonico". For more details download the event's programme, the flyer of the contribution by Andrea Savelli as well as his short paper.