ATRIUM participates at the international conference "Contested Legacies"
22-23 June 2023 (Krakow, Poland)
Patrick Leech, Professor at the University of Bologna and active member of ATRIUM's Scientific Committee, participated at the International Conference "CONTESTED LEGACIES. Competing Central, Eastern, and Southern European narratives on authoritarian lieux de mémoire" organised by the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, which took place on 22-23 June 2023.
From 30 May to 2 June, the Council of Europe's cultural routes met in Périgueux-Montignac and Les Eyzies de Tayac in Dordogne, for a highly constructive exchange of ideas at the 10th edition of the Training Academy for Cultural Routes managers.
During the workshops, we had the chance to exchange our experiences and discuss three central themes for the development of the Routes: Visibility, Cooperation, Sustainability.
Thank you to all the partners, particularly the organizers: the Prehistoric Rock Art Route and the Dordogne Departmental Council, for the wonderful time spent together and the chance to discover the magnificent Dordogne region.
ATRIUM participates at the international conference "Power Space Violence"
19 April 2023 (Berlin, Germany)
The exhibition “MACHT, RAUM, GEWALT. Planen und Bauen im Nationalsozialismus – POWER, SPACE, VIOLENCE. Planning and Building under National Socialism” (19 April - 16 July 2023 | Akademie der Künste - Berlin) looks at planning and building under the National Socialist regime.
Alongside the exhibition, an opening symposium on 19 April 2023, guided tours as well as a series of events addressing contemporary issues related to “POWER SPACE VIOLENCE” were organised. A delegation of Tresignano represented the ATRIUM Association at Berlin, while Piero Sassi (Weimar University, ATRIUM Scientific Committee) presented the case of Tresignano.
Within the framework of the PEOPLE project, a transnational meeting will take place on 6-8 October 2022 in Forlì, Italy. This is the fourth of a series of events in the months from April to October 2022. Download the programme of the event in Forlì (6-8 October).
The PEOPLE project seeks for possible answer to the emerging need of providing young Europeans with deeper knowledge on persecutions that affected EU countries under Totalitarian regimes. Guided tours, exhibitions, video presentations, discussions with students, and much more were on the agenda.
From 5-7 October 2022, ATRIUM Vicepresident Yasho Minkov participates at the 11th Cultural Routes Annual Advisory Forum in Chania, Greece. This year's focus of the Forum is: "Safeguarding European Values, Heritage and Dialogue".
Download the programmeof the 11th Cultural Routes Annual Advisory Forum. Find out more about the Forum on the CoE website.