Dizionario-interculturale

COMMON SPACE

Art is the common language to bring differences together. In the “common space” of the museum – by definition, a protected environment –all potentially excluded publics find acceptance and the possibility of engaging in experiences of narration in the presence of the regular museum public. This is how the museum fits positively into the difficult …

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COMMUNITY

If it is in fact true that the Convention stipulates the value of the link between heritage and community, this does not help us overcome the dichotomous view of “us” and “others” if the community perceives itself as a closed, immobile, or barely permeable system. The only way to demonstrate and affirm the procedural, inclusive …

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CULTURAL HERITAGE, VALUE OF

The process of appreciating the value of cultural heritage involves: the type of value: use, non-use, existence, bequest and option; economic and noneconomic, market and non-market, tangible and intangible, etc.; The subject that carries out the assessment: individuals (users-non-proprietors, usersproprietors, proprietors-non-users, non-users and non-proprietors) or groups (informal communities, networks, associations and foundations, etc.); this subject …

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