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International School

Review of the 2021 edition 
A bridge between countries for the sharing of good practices
1 July 2021

After four months, the works of the second edition of the International School of Cultural Heritage are coming to an end: fifty cultural heritage professionals, both Italians and foreigners, have been debating the major issues of care and management of archaeological parks and museums. A positive outcome.

Session 13/13
Multiplying knowledge: learning Italian through art at the Museo Egizio di Torino
23 June 2021 and 14 June 2021

The last of the twelve in-depth meetings of the International School of Cultural Heritage is dedicated to strategic planning in the experience of the National Archaeological Museum of Naples: the 2021 edition has encouraged Italian and foreign professionals to discuss the care and management of museums and archaeological parks.

Session 12/13
Multiplying knowledge: learning Italian through art at the Museo Egizio di Torino
23 June 2021 and 14 June 2021

Intercultural dialogue and alternative teaching approaches, initiatives aimed at the inclusion of all types of audiences in museums are topics of great interest for the participants of the online appointments of the International School of Cultural Heritage. A discussion with Museo Egizio di Torino.

Session 11/13
Communicating by involving: the experience of the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia
17 June 2021 e 7 June 2021

A meeting dedicated to communication and engagement strategies for Mediterranean and Latin American professionals involved in the online programme designed for the International School of Cultural Heritage in 2021. Held by Valentino Nizzo, Director of the Museo Etrusco di Villa Giulia, who shared his experience of web and social communication.

Session 9/13
Documentation and enhancement of the cultural landscape through virtual reality
27 May 2021 e 17 May 2021

This in-depth session of the 2021 online edition of the International School of Cultural Heritage, is dedicated to virtual reality experiences: the ninth of thirteen refresher encounters on the themes of care and management of archaeological parks and museums, each of them articulated in a double appointment, a frontal lesson and a subsequent work table.

Session 8/13
From protection to community involvement in the Park of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento
e 20 May 2021 10 May 2021

In 1966, a landslide swept through part of the city of Agrigento, bringing the value of the entire area to public attention. The tortuous story of the protection and enhancement of the landscape and archaeological heritage of ancient Girgenti began there and interesed the participants of the online appointments of the International School of Cultural Heritage.

Session 7/13
The Via Appia Antica in Rome, from the urban context to the countryside: a path of connection and enhancement
13 May 2021 e 3 May 2021

During the Round table which tool place on the 11th of May, the participants  had the chance to deepen the reflection on the ancient roads and paths as tools for […]

Session 6/13
Accessibility to the archaeological heritage - why we need to think it as a process rather than a condition
6 May 2021 e 26 April 2021

Ensuring the inclusivity of sites and museums, starting from the inclusive and universal design of spaces and experiences, to the adequate training of staff, is a topic of great interest for the participants of the online appointments of the International School of Cultural Heritage: Italian and foreign professionals meeting to share expereinces and practices in thirteen lectures each followed by a panel discussion.

Session 5/13
Tools for building bridges between public and private institutions
19 April 2021 e 29 April 2021

The process of renewing the identity of the city of Brescia from a historical-cultural point of view and the institutional set-up of the Brescia Musei Foundation, a mediating or "third" party in the dialogue between public and private sectors: this is the theme of the fifth of the online appointments reserved for Mediterranean professionals in the framework of the International School of Cultural Heritage.

Session 4/13
Conservation, management and participation against shortages and instability: Herculaneum.
12 April 2021 and 22 April 2021

In the virtual classroom of the International School of Cultural Heritage 2021 we also talk about future scenarios, contingencies and resilience. Archaeologists of the Archaeological Park of Herculaneum discussed with their foreign colleagues management and participatory approaches that can be implemented in the event of possible shortages of resources or institutional instability.