"Clionet. Per un senso del tempo e dei luoghi". The indipendent magazine of Public History (stories, itineraries, knowledge, art and professions) talks about anything that promotes narrations, interpretations and the understanding of the contemporary present.
Read the contributions inVolume II (in Italian language).
ATRIUM on InfoEuropa
ATRIUM – Architecture, urban design and dissonant heritage Patrick Leech about the ATRIUM cultural route
The German magazine Info Europe has published an extensive article on the ATRIUM cultural route.
Discover the videoclip, showing Maestro Danilo Rossi playing Pink Floyd's famous piece "The Great Gig in the Sky" in the rooms of the former Santarelli preschool at Forlì, accompanid by Maestro Stefano Bezzicchieri (piano).
Production: Accademia Perduta/Romagna Teatri Conception: Ruggero Sintoni Direction: Davide Mastrangelo
"Storie senza confini" - Interview with ATRIUM's Vice President
On 9 October, TV Istria interviewed Irina Belušić Maggi, Vice President of the ATRIUM Association within the programme "Storie senza confini" (Stories without borders), a programme dedicated to the Italian minority in Istria. The interview focuses on Europe's architectural heritage built by totalitarian regimes in the 20th century, in particular the heritage of Labin, built by Italian architects under the Italian Fascist regime.
From 1-3 October 2018, within the framework of the European project ATRIUM Plus (funded by the European Cross-Border Cooperation Programme "Italy-Croatia"), ATRIUM Forlì with the scientific support of the CAST (Centre for Advanced Studies in Tourism, University of Bologna) organises a three-day seminar 'How to deal with dissonant heritage' for tourist operators and teachers.
The project objectives are to create cultural-tourist routes addressed to young people and transform the participating cities and towns in destinations of educationsl visits and school excursions. Lead partner is the Municipality of Forlì (I), partners are the cities of Bari and Ferrara (I) and Labin (HR), as well as the University of Zadar (HR).
ATRIUM participates in Routes4U
The Routes4U programme involves all cultural routes of the Council of Europe. The programme framework is especially suitable fot the ATRIUM cultural route as its members come from 3 of the 4 EU macro-regions. During the first programme meeting, ATRIUM gained valueable insights.
Routes4U is a joint programme between the Council of Europe and the European Union. The 30-months project (2017-20) aims to foster regional development through the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe programme in the four EU macro-regions, according to the Faro Convention.