On the 24th of October at 3 pm a workshop will be held to present the project that will involve museums in Italy, Albania, Greece, Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia.
Taking part to the convention is free of charge, however seats are limited and advance booking is needed. Please contact us:
An intercultural network of museums in the Adriatic Sea Region has been established within the AdriaWealth Project. This has been financed by the 2007-2013 IPA Adriatic Sea Programme of intercultural cooperation- the Apulian Public Theatre as leading member, The Apulia Region – Department for Tourism, Economy, Culture and Promotion of the Territory as partners, with the support of the Pino Pascali Museum Foundation and the Apulia Film Commission.
The network gathers different museums of the Adriatic Sea Region in order to draw new forms of interdisciplinary and intercultural approach. It will be presented for the first time on the 24th October 2016 from 3 pm at the Pino Pascali Museum in Polignano a Mare with a workshop that will bring together different realities from Albania, Croatia, Greece Montenegro, Slovenia and representatives of museums in the Italian Adriatic regions. The event will open with a speech by Marcello Tagliente, Directorate General for Museums – MiBACT.
This will be followed by speeches by Ludovico Pratesi, director of the Centre for Visual Art Pescheria in Pesaro, Marche region; Vincenzo Tini D’Ignazio, director of the Menegaz Foundation in Castelbasso, Abruzzo Region; Monica Gori, from the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, Emilia Romagna region; Cristiana Colli, co-director of the event Public Maritime Domain. Km-278 held every year in Marzocca di Senigallia, in the Marche region, and which every year focuses on the cultural potential of the Adriatic area and the dialogue between the two banks.
They will also be joined by Gloria Fazia director of the Town Gallery in Foggia, and Daniela De Vincentis, director of the Museum of Ceramics in Grottaglie. A panel of art critics will moderate the debate. These are: Christian Caliandro, Lia De Venere, Roberto Lacarbonara, Santa Nastro.
The Museum Network in the Adriatic Sea Region aims at promoting dialogue, communication and connections among similar realities represented by the various museums on the Adriatic coasts so as to enhance every single gallery and their heritage as well as promote a fruitful debate concerning best practice, skills and competencies.
Moreover, among the other objectives of the agreement, there is the promotion of cooperation policies aimed at improving the quality of and access to cultural services; the creation of synergies for the development of “museum districts”; innovative forms of management to improve the quality of the services offered by the museums; the creation of a new perception of museum as a place that can generate new forms of technological innovation, economic growth and changes in the style and quality of life.
The AdriaWealth Project is financed by the 2007-2013 IPA Adriatic Sea Programme of intercultural cooperation. It aims at creating a series of public-private networks so as to invest the capital raised in five previous IPA projects (Archeo.S. Artvision, Adriacold, Medpaths, Roofofrock). In particular, it wants to promote good practices developed in the fields of sustainable tourism, promotion of the artistic and cultural heritage, management of natural resources. AdriaWealth, is led by the Apulia Public Theatre, and, among its partners, also has the Apulia Region – Department for Tourism, Economy of Culture, Promotion of the Territory, with the support of the Apulia Film Commission Foundation and the Pino Pascali Museum Foundation.
Fondazione Pino Pascali
Via Parco del Lauro 119
Polignano a Mare (Ba)