Gli appuntamenti del 28 e 29 novembre sono riservati ai rappresentanti della CHARTER Alliance.
16 November 2022
The European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance CHARTER is a project funded by the Erasmus+ programme to bridge the gap between training and professional needs in the cultural heritage field. Coming out from an alliance between the scientific community, professionals from the cultural and the education fields, social workers and governmental representatives, CHARTER is promoted by a consortium of 47 partners coming from more than 14 different European countries.
On the 28th and 29th of November, the Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali invites the CHARTER Alliance consortium in Rome for the CHARTER General Meeting that consist of a two-day of private working sessions and panels, for the CHARTER partners only, and a conference, titled Present and Future Digital Strategies for Cultural Heritage and open to the public, that will take place on the 30th of November at the auditorium of the National Library of Rome.
The CHARTER General Meeting falls in a propitious moment for the project. It follows the CHARTER General Meeting organised by the Akademie der bildenden Künste di Vienna last July, and that focused on the identification of gaps and needs in the cultural heritage labour market and consequences for the education of today’s and tomorrow’s cultural workers. Furthermore, falling at the second year of the project, it is the ideal time to reflect upon what has been done until now, and to discuss what still needs to be done in the next two years.
Monday, the 28th and Tuesday, the 29th of November, members of the CHARTER Alliance consortium gathers to exchange information, data and visions on the cultural heritage training and education sector in Europe, touching upon the most urgent topics identified in the development of the project until now: the definition of an ecosystem of cultural professions, the need to map out cultural heritage training and education programmes in Europe, the peculiarities of the cultural heritage labour market. More than that: they will collectively discuss the outcomes and findings of the research project, relating them to the specificities of the Italian cultural system that will be analysed both through a round table and a series of guided visits to places that are as much relevant as not widely known, such as the Galleria Borghese and the Cinecittà studios.
On Wednesday, the 30th of November, the conference Present and Future Digital Strategies for Cultural Heritage marks the end of the CHARTER General Meeting. For the conference, free and open to external stakeholders, institutional and governmental representatives and cultural heritage experts and academics gather to exchange views and perspectives on which digital competences are needed by the cultural heritage professionals and how the digital transition will shape the way people work in the near future. Available both in English and in Italian and live streamed through our e-learning platform fad.fondazionescuolapatrimonio.it, the conference starts with the official greetings of our President, Vincenzo Trione and the CHARTER coordinator Lluís Bonet. Following, representatives from the Digital Library of the Italian Minister of culture delve into the Italian National Plan of Digitisation (PND). The round table Education, competences and profiles, moderated by Erminia Sciacchitano (Minister’s cabinet), ends the public open day of the CHARTER General Meeting in Rome.
Register to the conference on the 30th of November
Download the agenda of the conference of the 30th of November
Visit CHARTER website
To attend the conference on the 30th of November:
at Biblioteca nazionale centrale di Roma – Auditorium
reservation is mandatory, by the 29th of November 2022 h. 12:00, at this link: http://bit.ly/3O5814p
registration at the platform and at the event listed in the catalogue is mandatory
The conference is both in Italian and English. Live translation is available in both languages