VoCH-Volunteers for Cultural Heritage
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UE-Lifelong Learning Programme (2007-2009)

Volunteers for Cultural Heritage was a European project, funded by the European Commission in Brussels as part of the Grundtvig Lifelong Learning Programme. The project started out by acknowledging the increasing importance of the voluntary sector for preserving cultural heritage and running cultural institutions, such as museums.

It has explored this phenomenon at European level, identifying different types of voluntary work and the areas of activity in which cultural volunteers are engaged, with the objective of designing training addressed both to volunteers themselves and to the people responsible for volunteer programmes within cultural organisations. The project took place from November 2007 until October 2009.

Seminars and meetings:

- Seminar "Volunteers en cultural heritage and museums: promoting active citizenship", organized by European Museum Forum in Bertinoro, 17-21 October 2007:

•download the final report.

- III National conference of museums, Verona 4-12-2007, "Professionals and volunteers for a new management of cultural heritage in Italy", organized by ICOM Italy:

•download the conference programme;

•download the contribution of C. Da Milano and V. Galloni, AEDON, issue 3/2007;

- Meeting "Volunteers in museums. Experiences in Italy and Europe", Prato, Textile Museum, 18-01-2008:

•download the programme.

Final publication:

Volunteers in Museums and Cultural Heritage - A European Handbook
Edited by: Cristina Da Milano, Kirsten Gibbs and Margherita Sani

English (PDF); Italian (PDF); German (PDF); Slovene (PDF) i file scaricabili si trova già in un'altra parte del sito (documenti)

Responsible of the project for Eccom: Cristina Da Milano. Members of the working group: Martina De Luca, Maria Francesca Guida, Benedetta Nervi, Maria Laura Vergelli.

Project partners:

•Slovenian Museums Association, Lubljana, Slovenia (project leader)

•Istituto Beni Culturali della Regione Emilia-Romagna, Bologna, Italia

•Museo del Tessuto di Prato, Italia

•Amitié, Bologna, Italia

•MUSIS, Association for supporting museums and private collections in Styria, Graz, Austria

•Manchester Museum, Manchester, UK

•EMF European Museum Forum Trust, Bristol, UK

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European Museums and Young People. A critical Enquiry
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UE-Lifelong Learning Programme (2007-2009)

The project aimed at promoting studies and researches and at comparing and experimenting new activities and good practices in the field of museum art education projects addressed to young people (from 16 onwards).

The main concept underpinning the whole project is that museums – especially contemporary art ones – are privileged places to start learning processes addressed to young people. Museums are places where it is easier to acquire competences related for example to communication and team work, since they are not submitted to the same rules and limitations of schools and universities. Furthermore, contemporary art – approaching provoking and controversial issues – can help young people in under standing contemporary society and culture, promoting at the same time active citizenship and intercultural dialogue.

Seminars realized:

  1. UK,  4-7 March 2008 
  2. Sweden, 23-26 September 2008
  3. Ireland, 24-27 February 2009
  4. Portugal,  21-24 April 2009
  5. Italy 23-26 June 2009

Responsible of the project for Eccom:  Martina De Luca. Members of the working group: Cristina Da Milano, Giulia Franchi, Matilde Amaturo, Fabiana Verdolini, Alessandra Intraversato.


Partners:

Fundación Serralves (PT), IBC - Istituto beni culturali Emilia Romagna (IT), IMMA (IR), Riksutställningar, SI, Towner Art Gallery, UK .


The Italian institutions which hasve co-operated with Eccom and IBC are:

1.Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Roma (Educational Department)

2.Department of experimental Paedagogy, University of Rome  “La Sapienza”

3.Istituto Beni Culturali Emilia Romagna, Bologna

4.MAMBO, Museo d’arte moderna, Bologna

5.Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Turin

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Analysis of the Italian cultural sector
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Japan Tobacco International, Amsterdam (2009)

Eccom realized a critical analysis of the most important Italian cultural organizations, with the aim of selecting among museums, performing arts institutions and festivals potential beneficiaries of annual or pluriannual patronage.

The analysis has taken into account the institutional, financial and productive conditions, with specific reference to the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the public.

The analysis allowed the realization of a comparative framework of potential costs and benefits related to the patronage of the organizations, also in the light of the specific feature of the patronage institution.

The project has been co-ordinated by Michele Trimarchi. Members of the working group: Sara Annoni and Daniela Ivaldi.

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LLML- Lifelong Museum Learning
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UE - Socrates Grundtvig (2007)

The LLML project, funded within the framework of the Socrates-Grundtvig Programme, addressed museum educators/cultural mediators in charge of adult education in museums or wanting to develop programmes addressed to adults in and with museums.

It aimed at designing, delivering and disseminating training and didactic material to support museum educators facing a new challenge in their work.

LLML offered museum practitioners the opportunity to develop the skills to deal with underrepresented segments of the public in a European perspective while exchanging experiences with colleagues belonging to different countries and institutional frameworks. It also offered the general public, and in particular adults, a wider and more qualified access to the cultural heritage and to museums through educational offers tailored to their expectations and learning styles.

Final publication

"Lifelong Learning in Museums: a European Handbook", edited by K. Gibbs, M. Sani e J. Thompson, Ferrara, EDISAI 2007.

Download the manual in English:
www.ibc.regione.emilia-romagna.it/pdf/llml/llml_en.pdf

Partners:

•IBC Istituto per i Beni Artistici Culturali e Naturali della Regione Emilia-Romagna (Italia)

•EMF European Museum Forum (UK)

•APOREM Association of industrial Museums (Portugal)

•ECCOM Centro Europeo per l'Organizzazione e il Management Culturale (Italia)

•NMV Association of Dutch museums (Netherland)

•NIACE National Institute Continuing Education Adults (UK)

•Amitié (Italia)

•Engage in the visual arts (UK)

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European museums and Young People. A critical Enquiry
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UE-Lifelong Learning Programme (2007-2009)

The project aimed at promoting studies and researches and at comparing and experimenting new activities and good practices in the field of museum art education projects addressed to young people (from 16 onwards).

The main concept underpinning the whole project is that museums – especially contemporary art ones –

are privileged places to start learning processes addressed to young people. Museums are places where it

is easier to acquire competences related for example to communication and team work, since they are not

submitted to the same rules and limitations of schools and universities. Furthermore, contemporary art –

approaching provoking and controversial issues – can help young people in under standing contemporary

society and culture, promoting at the same time active citizenship and intercultural dialogue.

Seminars realized:

UK, 4-7 March 2008 (download the programme)
Sweden, 23-26 September 2008
Ireland, 24-27 February 2009
Portugal, 21-24 April 2009
Italy 23-26 June 2009

Responsible of the project for Eccom: Martina De Luca. Members of the working group: Cristina Da Milano, Giulia Franchi, Matilde Amaturo, Fabiana Verdolini, Alessandra Intraversato.

Partners:

Partners of the project: Fundación Serralves (PT), IBC - Istituto beni culturali Emilia Romagna (IT), IMMA (IR), Riksutställningar, SI, Towner Art Gallery, UK.

The Italian institution which has co-operated with Eccom and IBC are:

1.Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Roma (Educational Department)

2.Department of experimental Paedagogy, University of Rome "La Sapienza"

3.Istituto Beni Culturali Emilia Romagna, Bologna

4.MAMBO, Museo d'arte moderna, Bologna

5.Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Turin

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