The ATRIUM Association engages in variety of new projects:
NEXT ROUTES - Upskilling of staff through digital, creative gamifcation and innovative strategies for the enhancement of EU Cultural Routes (funded by the EU Erasmus+ Programme, Atrium is a partner)
AR.C.H.ETHICS - Innovative urban planning methodologies for the regeneration and cultural-tourist valorization of “dissonant architectural heritage” (funded by the European Territorial Cooperation Programme Interreg URBACT IV, Municipality of Cesena, some ATRIUM members are partners)
EURBAN DECO - Exploring EU urban landscapes for a deconstruction of colonial narratives (funded by the EU CERV – Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme – European remembrance 2023)
BFF-DH - Developping an Inclusive Process for Communicating Dissonant Heritage (funded by the EU CERV – Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme – European remembrance 2023)
Interview of ATRIUM's Director
Claudia Castellucci, Director of the ATRIUM Association was interviewed by another certified cultural route, European Routes of Emperor Charles V, on the role, the values and the importance of the ATRIUM Cultural Route, while explaining the concept of dissonant heritage.
Stefano Dominioni presents ATRIUM at the ICMEMOHRI Conference
Madrid, 4-6 October 2023: ATRIUM, one of the European cultural routes of reference when it comes to memory and democracy.
Stefano Dominioni, Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe presents the ATRIUM cultural route at the ICMEMOHRI Conference "Cultural policies on memory for a democratic Europe. The role of memorial and Human Rights museums in promoting truth, justice, and reparations for an equitable future".
"Architecture as propaganda: the exhibition of power in the totalitarian regimes of the twentieth century" is the title of a new project proposed by the Pro Torviscosa association in collaboration with ATRIUM and the ISIS Bassa Friulana schools and financed by the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region.
The objective of the project is to allow students from Lower Friuli to learn about ATRIUM's built heritage in other towns and cities. ATRIUM provides the students with its experience and materials so that they may draw inspiration for new creations such as guided visits, brochures and videos.
On the 13th and 14th of June, ATRIUM’s annual General Assembly took place in Ștei, Romania. The programme of the first day not only included workshops about interpreting dissonance, European projects and the ATRIUM Digital Catalogue, but also a networking café and a guided tour of Ștei. During the official meetings of the XXI and the XXII General Assemblies on the second day, a new Board of Governors and a new Scientific Committee were appointed. Additionally, three new members of ATRIUM were approved. We would like to thank all the attending members of ATRIUM and of course our host, the Municipality of Ștei, for two wonderful and successful days!
We are very happy to announce that three new members have been approved during this year’s General Assembly! We would like to express our warmest welcome to the Municipality of Leros (Greece), the Technical University of Crete (Greece) and the Municipality of Dimitrovgrad (Serbia). These new members make a great contribution to the Route, both for the significant architectural heritage of which they are ambassadors, and for the expansion of the ATRIUM Route to two new European Countries in which it was not yet present.