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Scuola del Patrimonio course 2018.2020

Heritage School course first edition

The Scuola del Patrimonio course offers a two-year higher education and research Programme for postgraduates.
The objective of the course is to promote continuity between higher education and the labour market.
This intensive training course features lectures, workshops, study visits and extensive internship periods; it is designed to train professionals to work in different cultural heritage domains and also to upgrade their management style and practices with an integrated and collaborative approach.

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«Al mio caro amico…» contributo di Rosa Parlavecchia
nel volume "Il privilegio della parola scritta"

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 2018.2020 edition,  rosa parlavecchia
«Al mio caro amico…» contributo di Rosa Parlavecchia
Incontri di verifica e condivisione: luglio
allievi e tutor corso Scuola del Patrimonio 2018.2020
dal
6 July 2020

Volgono a termine le esperienze di internship degli allievi del corso Scuola del Patrimonio 2018.2020 e gli incontri di verifica e aggiornamento programmati in questa settimana di luglio rappresentano l’ultima occasione di confronto collegiale sul lavoro svolto.
I nuovi scenari e le prospettive future.

 2018.2020 edition,  internship
Incontri di verifica e condivisione: luglio
Notizie dalla ricerca di Agnieszka Smigiel
un sondaggio sulla strategia digitale del MAXXI durante il lockdown
dal
4 June 2020

È in corso un sondaggio sulla strategia digitale adottata dal MAXXI durante il periodo di lockdown, #iorestoacasa Liberi di uscire col pensiero.
È un importante strumento con cui Agnieska Smigiel, allieva del corso Scuola del Patrimonio 20118.2020, potrà arricchire il suo progetto di ricerca sui modelli di valutazione delle attività museali. Tutti i dettagli.

 2018.2020 edition,  agnieszka smigiel,  internship
Notizie dalla ricerca di Agnieszka Smigiel

activities in 2018.2020

The 2018-2020 edition is structured as follows

Year I

Course (85 hours)
Insights into administrative law, management and communication principles.
Common module (715 hours)
Specific subjects and thematic insights.
Specialized module (200 hours)
Theoretical classes, seminars, workshops on specific aspects in line with the requests of the participants.
Study visits to the most interesting experiences in the cultural heritage field are a fundamental part of the training Programme.

Year II

Internship
Participants are expected to spend a 12-month internship period within a public or private organization operating in the field of cultural heritage management and which offers positive conditions for the participant’s development. Trainees are required to finalize a research project and to integrate in the activities of the host institution.

requirements and conditions

The participants are selected through a public call, on the basis of their professional and education qualifications and of an interview.
The entry requirements are defined by an ad-hoc Regulation for each Programme edition.
Among the requirements:
→ Age limit: 39 years
→ Postgraduate Degree (PhD or equivalent title) in subjects related to cultural heritage and activities
→ Fluent in written and oral Italian and English

Mandatory participation to the full Programme.
The course is free of charge and some scholarships may be provided.

calendar

call→ from January 8 to March 8, 2018
selection→ from April to July 2018

Programme → October 2, 2018
Common Module → October 26, 2018
Specialized Modules  → September 2, 2019

Internship →  November 2019

diploma

At the end of the Programme, the participants have to pass a general evaluation test to obtain the Advanced Research Diploma in Cultural Heritage, which provides 150 ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) recognized within the European Union.
The Diploma is issued under Legislative Decree n. 83 of June 22, 2012, Art. 67 and subsequent amendments.

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some additional details

Introductory Module

Introductory lectures to share basic principles, methods and lexicon of disciplines such as administrative law, communication, management and statistics.

Historical disciplines

Themes related to cultural heritage construction and to its practices are approached from a historical perspective: classes and workshops design maps of national and supranational institutions, to illustrate the evolution of approaches to landscape protection and use, of contemporary art production and protection mechanisms, the relationship between art, communities and cities and to look into the new challenges for cultural diplomacy.

Juridical disciplines

Juridical and administrative aspects of cultural heritage on a national, European and international level, together with workshops devoted to case studies.
Exercises teach participants to simulate different administrative procedures, such as drafting restrictions’ provisions, measures for regulating the circulation of works of art, public-private and sponsorship agreements, etc.…

Economic and management disciplines

Principles of management in its different forms (strategic planning, financial management, human resources, risk management).
Workshops, exercises and role plays provide insights in the implications of management applied to cultural heritage and allow participants to reflect upon specific issues such as how to organize a cultural institution, to prepare a strategic plan or to design a European program.

Geological, environmental and conservation disciplines

Classes and meetings introduce geology and geomorphology principles applied to cultural heritage to deal with specific issues such as the organizational approach to seismic risk prevention and management, land security rules, national land management policies, specific and established information systems such as the Risk Chart and much more.

Curatorship, museum and conservation disciplines

Classes, workshops and study visits provide insights into landscape and museum curatorship and conservation practices such as collection management, programmed conservation, architectural restoration management, curatorship and conservation principles and practices for archives, libraries, museums, archeological parks.

Communication disciplines

Seminars and practical exercises on international case studies: development of communication strategies for communities, cultural institutions (museums, archives, libraries) individual collections; identification of the analysis and knowledge instruments of cultural heritage users and visitors; cultural communication tools and approaches.

Applied Mathematical and Technological disciplines

Insights in cultural statistics and how they are used to manage cultural institutions.
Classes on the use of management and protection technologies.Seminars, workshops and study visits on cultural heritage cataloguing, digital cultural heritage creation and conservation, diagnostic techniques for objects and territories, technologies targeted to visitors’ involvement, data analysis techniques, database development.

professors and experts

Rotate to provide lessons, workshops, exercises and study visits during the 2018-2020 Heritage School Course:

Marco Agliata, Michele Ainis, Alessandro Alfier, Stefano Allegrezza, Cristina Ambrosini, Arcangela Andreoli, Quinto Antonelli, Lucio Argano, Giuseppe Ariano, Fabrizio Arosio, Andrea Bacchi, Martina Bagnoli, Stefano Baia Curioni, Mauro Baioni, Roberto Balzani, Cristina Bambini, Francesco Bandarin, Angela Barbanente, Barbara Barbaro, Giulia Barrera, Luca Bellingeri, Maria Grazia Bellisario, Sara Bentivegna, Beatrice Bentivoglio, Franca Berioli, Irene Berlingò, Gabriele Bezzi, Franco Bianchini, Simona Bodo, Alessandro Bollo, Caterina Bon Valsassina, Giorgetta Bonfiglio Dosio, Carolina Botti, Alessandro Bozzetti, Orsola Braides, Giovanna Brambilla, Claudia Brizzi, Dimitri Brunetti, Flavia Bruni, Giampiero Buonomo, Simonetta Buttò, Carlo Cacace, Rosanna Caffo, Elvira Cajano, Stefano Campagnolo , Rosanna Cappelli, Gisella Capponi, Giovanni Carbonara, Eleonora Cardinale, Emanuela Carpani, Paola Carucci, Stefano Casciu, Alessandro Casellato, Lorenzo Casini, Paolo  Castelnovi, Roberto Cavallo Perin, Luigi Cerullo, Adele Cesi, Augusto Cherchi, Daniela Ciaffi, Gianluca Ciccardi, Fabio Ciotti, Tiziana Coccoluto, Vanni Codeluppi, Paolo  Conti, Anna Conticello, Jago Cooper, Silvia Costa , Maria Cristiana Costanzo, Paolo Crisostomi, Flavia Cristiano, Oriana Cuccu, Cristina Da Milano, Filoreto D’Agostino, Luca Dal Pozzolo, Alessandro D’Alessio, Adriano D’Aloia, Lorenzo D’Ascia, Silvana De Capua, Michele De Lucchi, Andrea De Pasquale, Stefano Della Torre, Giovanni Luca Delogu, Germana Di Falco, Michela Di Macco, Francesco Doglioni, Chiara Faggiolani, Angela Maria Ferroni, Anna Galluzzi, Lucilla Garofalo, Giuseppe Garzia, Flaminia Gennari Santori, Vera Gheno, Giovanni Di Domenico, Massimiliano Granieri, Christian Greco, Guido Greco, Monica Grossi, Margherita Guccione, Guido Guerzoni, Manuel Roberto Guido, Alessandro Hinna, M.H.E. Hoijtink, Samantha Isaia, Daniele Jallà, Klaus Kempf, Marianne Krogbaek, Antonio Lampis, Michele Lanzinger, Luigi Latini, Pierluigi Ledda, Claudio Leombroni, Domenico Liggeri, Cristina Loglio, Sabrina Lucatelli, Fabio Lucchesi, Achille Ludovisi, Maria Vittoria Lumetti, Tiziana Maffei, Marco Magnifico, Daniele Malfitana, Francesca Mambelli, Gianfranco Maraniello, Giampiero Marchesi, Maria Vittoria  Marini Clarelli, Alessandra Marino, Anna Marson, Fausto Martino, Antonio Massari, Irene Mearelli, Marica Mercalli, Egle Micheletto, Giovanni Michetti, Angelo Miglietta, Massimo  Mininni, Luca Molinari, Letizia Montalbano, Luisa Montevecchi, Marcella Morandini, Laura Moro , Leonardo  Musci, Lucia Nardi, Lucilla Nuccetelli, Massimo Osanna, Laura Osorio Sunnucks, Maria Luisa Pacelli, Mario Paffi, Enrica Pagella, Michela Palazzo, Francesco Palumbo, Maria Grazia Panigada, Marco Pantaloni, Gianni Penzo Doria, Guido Perosino, Maria Anna Petricelli, Alessandra Petrucci, Paola Pettenella, Mario Piana, Andrea Piccinini, Valeria Piergigli, Stefano Pigliapoco, Giuseppe Piperata, Mattia  Pivato, Daniela Poli, Carlo Alberto Pratesi, Micaela Procaccia, Loris Rabiti, Gabriella Racca, Antonio  Rava, Fabio Renzi , Maurizio Ricci, Simona Ricci, Francesca Riccio, Saveria Rito, Elena  Rizzi, Gino Roncaglia, Marco Rossani, Elisabetta Sambo, Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Maria Alessandra Sandulli, Irene Sanesi, Margherita Sani, Ulderico Santamaria, Andrea Quintino Sardo, Giovanni Michelangelo Sardone, Oriana Sartiani, Gabi Scardi, Dieter Schlenker, Erminia Sciacchitano, Elisabetta  Sciarra, Girolamo Sciullo, Maria Letizia Sebastiani, Valentina Sessa, Salvatore Settis , Marino Sinibaldi, Elena Sinibaldi, Ludovico Solima, Silvia Stabile, Marcello Tagliente, Angela Tecce, Daniela Tisi, Diana Toccafondi, Armando Tomasi, Giovanna Tosatti, Vincenzo Trione, Stefano Trovato, Valeria Trupiano, Esmeralda Valente, Aziliz Vandesande, Eugenio Veca, Debora Violi, Olinka Vistica, Stefano Vitali, Alessandra Vittorini, Giuliano Volpe, Willeke Wendrich, Paul Gabriele Weston, Andrea Zocchi, Massimo Zucconi, Gabriel Zuchtriegel

before the course and common module

October 2018
November 2018
December 2018
January 2019
February 2019
March 2019
April 2019
May 2019
June 2019
July 2019

specialized modules

data management for archives and libraries

September 2019
October 2019

management and organization of museums and museum poles
territorial development and contemporary art
protection of Cultural heritage

September 2019
October 2019

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study visits

Carabinieri: operational unit for the Protection of cultural heritage
The data base of illicitly trafficked works of art

MIBACT Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica in Palazzo Barberini
Collectionism, audience and museology practices: the renovation of Palazzo Barberini

Museo del Tessuto di Prato
Collection management

Centro per l’arte contemporanea Luigi Pecci
Collection management

Renzo Piano Foundation
The activities of the Foundation and the Archive of maquettes, drawings and images

The Egyptian Museum of Turin
Collection management

 MIBACT, the Umbria Archeological Superintendence for Fine Arts and Landscape, the Santo Chiodo deposit in Spoleto.
Recovering, securing and restoring cultural heritage affected by the earthquake

The municipality of Amatrice and Cornillo Nuovo
Earthquakes and transformations of natural and urban landscape

The Federico Zeri Foundation – University of Bologna
Zeri’s phototeque: archive’s funds, sorting, cataloguing and searching methods

MIBACT – Archaeological Park of the the Colosseum, Domus Aurea
Digital Technologies for cultural heritage and for audience involvement

ASL Roma 1, Museum/Laboratory of the Mind
Digital Technologies for cultural heritage and for audience involvement

M9 Museum of the 1900’s of Mestre
New curatorial practices

Casilino ad Duas Lauros Ecomuseum
Participated territorial protection and conservation

 ATAC, C Metro Line –San Giovanni Stop
A complex cultural heritage: integrated restoration, recovery and conservation

La Rinascente Rome, via del Tritone
A complex cultural heritage: integrated restoration, recovery and conservation

MIBACT ICCU Central Institute for the Single Catalogue of Italian Libraries and for Bibliographic Information
The Italian library system and the SBN network

MIBACT ICRCPAL Central Institute for Archive and Library Restoration and Conservation
The conservation of archive and library collections

PARER The Regional Archive Pole of Emilia Romagna
The conservation of digital documents

MIBACT The State Archive of Florence
Online archive editing and description projects: Mediceo avanti il Principato e Diplomatico

The historical archive of the Santa Maria del Fiore Opera
Online archive editing and description projects: “The Years of the Dome”

MIBACT National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Rome
Inventorying and cataloguing, store management, movement of works, the role of the registrar

The restoration laboratories of the Vatican Museums
Programmed conservation and conservative practices in museums

The National Museum of Italian Judaism and of the Shoah of Ferrara
Management of buildings as cultural venues

MIBACT The National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara
Management of buildings as cultural venues

MIBACT the Museum Pole of Emilia Romagna – The Casa Romei Museum
Management of buildings as cultural venues

tutte le news sulle internship

Samuele is working with Milan City Council, in the General Directorate of Culture.
His project is District X: Plural approaches to Museums, supporting the growth of the museum offer in the city of Milan through the creation of cultural districts.

Federico is working with MANN, the National Archaeological Museum of Naples.
His project is Coins from Pompeii: analysis and return of the first batch of Pompeii’s coins to the MANN Numismatic Collection, designed to better the knowledge of the Medagliere collection of this Museum.

Paola is working at Paestum Archaeological Park.
Her project is PAESTUM IN_VITA, a cooperative path to create a collective and shared narrative of the rich, tangible and intangible heritage of Paestum and of its territory.

Enrico is working at Campi Flegrei Archaeological Park.
His project is A sustainable management of the Baia Underwater Park, drafting the marine area management regulation.

Luciano is working with the Pole of the 1900’s of Turin and with the International Institute of Social History of Amsterdam.
His project is Life, work and fights in the factories in the early 1900s: integration, promotion and public use of documentary sources, for drafting new strategies to enhance the value of archives.

Serena has her internship with the Archaeological Park of Pompeii.
She works on the Project to promote the archaeological contexts of the Regio V in Pompeii and to define new modalities of creating new fruition paths in the Archaeological Park of Pompeii.

Federica G. has her internship with Civita, Mostre e Musei SpA.
Her project is Discovering Art Collections, creating culture: project management of exhibitions in Italy and abroad, a deep dive into the international system of exhibitions.

Federica L. is working with the National Central Library of Rome and with the General Department of Museums.
Her project is From guidelines for museum accessibility to the preparation and experimentation of a strategic accessibility plan for the Italian State libraries at the National Central Library of Rome.

Rosa  made her experience at the National Central Library of Rome.
Her project is The reconstruction of the Bibliotheca Secreta of Collegio Romano.

Marta is working with MUSE, The Science Museum of Trento.
Her project is A Scope-based Museum Systems. The Network of museums in the Unesco World Heritage Dolomite area.

Rosaria  is working with MANN, The National Archaeological Museum of Naples.


Cristina is working at Mattatoio ex Macro Testaccio for Azienda Speciale Palaexpo.
Her project is: Ex Mattatoio: towards a multifunctional City for culture, to redefine the functional use of this area and of its relations with the territory and with the community.

Silvia  is working at the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia.
Her project is People first, dealing with audience development to support the positioning of the museum.

Annalisa  is working with Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato S.p.A and with the General Department for Education and Research of MiBACT.
Her project is The factory of arts and crafts (FAM): upgrading and recovery of the first Mint of United Italy in via Principe Umberto in Rome.

Agnieszka  is working with MAXXI, The National Museum of the Arts of the XXIst century of Rome.
Her project is Back to the Future. MAXXI, ten-year anniversary 2010-2020, participating in the curatorial activities linked to the ten-year anniversary celebration of the Museum.

Gaia is working with MAXXI, The National Museum of the Arts of the XXIst century of Rome.
Her project is The new MAXXI pole for cultural regeneration in L’Aquila, participating in the curatorial activities linked to the start-up of the Abruzzo venue of this Museum.

Delia is working with the Ca’ Rezzonico Museum of the Civic Museum Foundation of Venice.
Her project is A setting up in the style of the 30’s facing the challenge to modernity: The Ca’ Rezzonico Museum of XVIIIth Century in Venice.

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