Archeo.S - Adria Wealth Project

Project

Archeo.S
System of the archaeological sites of the Adriatic sea

Priority and Measure
Measure 2.2 - Natural and cultural resource management and prevention of natural and technological risks
Priority 2 - Natural and cultural resources and risk prevention
EUSAIR Pillars
Sustainable tourism
Type of Project
Ordinary
Interviewee
Lino Manosperta
Interviewee role
Project Manager
Organization
Consorzio Teatro Pubblico Pugliese
E-mail
linomanosperta@teatropubblicopugliese.it
Telephone
+39 335 607 4823
Project website
http://www.archeosystem.org
Budget in euros
2.995.000,00

Partners

Role Name City Country Contact Person Email / website
Lead Partner Teatro Pubblico Pugliese Consortium Bari Italy Lino Manosperta linomanosperta@teatropubblicopugliese.it www.teatropubblicopugliese.it
Partner 1 Abruzzo Region L’Aquila Italy Paola Di Salvatore paola.disalvatore@regione.abruzzo.it www. regione.abruzzo.it
Partner 2 Grad Pazin Pazin Croatia Ranka Šepić ranka.sepic@pazin.hr www.pazin.hr
Partner 3 Fondazione Le Città del Teatro – Teatro Stabile delle Marche Ancona Italy Marta Morico m.morico@stabilemarche.it www.stabilemarche.it
Partner 4 Municipality of Igoumenitsa Igoumenitsa Greece Ioannis Verbis verbis.i@gmail.com
Partner 5 Municipality of Fier Fier Albania Agron Xoxa agronxoxa1@gmail.com  

Project Description

Description

Project description

The project Archeo.S – System of the Archaeological Sites of the Adriatic Sea, experimented a new model to enhance  cultural heritage sites by producing studies and researches and organizing shows, events, conferences, and workshops of dance, music and theatre so as to favor a more sustainable development. The specific objectives of the project were linked to the experimentation of an innovative method through the establishment of a “system” capable of setting up and networking functional relations between cultural heritage and cultural operators, thus allowing to develop and pursue a long-term strategy meant to hold project’s results steady in the community. The specific objectives were: a) testing an innovative method to enhance cultural heritage sites as attractive tourist destinations in a view to strengthening sustainable development; b) organization of a cooperative “system” across the cultural heritage sites involved to put in place and implement a long-term strategy by subscribing to a Memorandum of Understanding; c) increasing the number and the quality of long-lasting opportunities of cooperation in the field of live arts in the Adriatic area.


What has been done during the project in order to achieve its main goal(s)?
 

The project objectives have been pursued by means of the following actions:

– creation of a Network of Cultural Heritage Sites;

– working out of a Governance Plan for Cultural Heritage Sites;

– organization of art workshops, vocational training courses, master classes;

– realization of  theatrical productions;

– realization of  Artistic Seasons;

– International Festival.


Which are the project main results/impacts?

Result/Impact 1: NETWORK OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE SITES

The Network allowed the transfer of skills and know-how of each partner country, the development of partnerships at public, private, local and cross-national levels as well as the practical testing of new methodological approaches in the governance of cultural heritage sites. In particular, the Network was intended to: a) promote, improve and deploy the potential of the cultural heritage sites; b) improve accessibility to the sites in question; c) expand the range of services and cultural activities provided by the sites.

Result/Impact 2: ARCHEO.S. GOVERNANCE PLAN

The Governance Plan represented a practical testing of new methodological approaches in the governance of cultural sites. It envisaged an innovative arrangement of the strategies with the objectives of preserving, promoting, improving and deploying the potentialities of the cultural heritage sites.

Result/Impact 3: THEATRICAL ACTIVITIES

Valorization of cultural assets in all the partner countries through theatrical workshops, international live event exhibitions in each partner country, and an international festival in the Marche Region. In particular: 19 theatrical productions, 20 workshops, vocational training, master class, 2 round tables, 6 artistic seasons, 1 festival with 14 international debuts, 1 unique artistic season (over 30 live shows).