Fair of the conservation, technology and promotion of cultural and environmental heritage - 18-20 SEPTEMBER 2019
PROJECT "MADE IN ITALY RESTORING" SUPPORTED BY THE MINISTRY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND THE ITALIAN TRADE AGENCY, WITH THE PARTNERSHIP OF ASSORESTAURO

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Edition 2019

Wednesday 30 March
  • Wednesday 30 March

    INTEGRATED CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT – THE RESTORATION POLICY
    3.00 – 6.00 pm, SALA SCHIFANOIA, HALL 2, GROUND FLOOR
    Under the patronage of Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali Direzione Generale per la valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale


     

    MUTUAL HERITAGE, CITIES AND MODERN LANDSCAPES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN) (EUROMED HERITAGE IV programme, funded by the European Union
    2.30 – 6.30 pm, SALA DIAMANTI, HALL 1, GROUND FLOOR
    Organized by the Mutual Heritage consortium (www.mutualheritage.net), made up by Citeres (UMR 6173 CNRS- Centre national de la recherche scientifique and Université François Rabelais Tours, France), Casamémoire and Ecole Nationale d’Architecture (Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco), Association pour la Sauvegarde de la Medina (Tunis, Tunisia) and Riwaq – Center for Architecture Conservation (Ramallah, Palestine). The consortium combines the Universities of Ferrara and Florence, Tizi-Ouzou and Vienna (Italy, Algeria and Austria), the Instituto de Cultura Mediterránea (Spain) and the associations Heriscape and Patrimoines Partagés (Italy and France).

    Mutual Heritage: from historical integration to contemporary active participation is a project on the recent architectural and urban heritage in the Mediterranean area, funded by the European Union within the scope of the Euromed Heritage 4 programme. Mutual Heritage is targeted at identifying, documenting and promoting the recent heritage built over the last two centuries in some areas of the Mediterranean and means to enhance the integration of the cultural heritage in contemporary social and economic dynamics. The seminar is divided in two parts: one is an analysis on the general theme of awareness, identification and conservation, the other is a chance to compare different approaches, methods of intervention and standpoints of those who actively operate on the heritage.
    Speeches:
    (First part: Riconoscimento e conservazione del patrimonio condiviso recente - Awareness and conservation of the recent common heritage)
    Romeo Carabelli PhD, coordinator of the Mutual Heritage project – overview on the projects and its problems
    Daniele Pini, Scientific director of Mutual Heritage training – overview on the notion of heritage and social awareness
    Laura Verdelli, urban landscape and enhancement of the urban heritage.
    (Second part: Azioni ed esperienze di valorizzazione e recupero nei paesi del Mediterraneo – Actions and enhancement and restoration case studies in the Mediterranean)
    Farhat Muhawi (Riwaq, Head of Conservation Unit), Issues related to heritage conservation in the occupied territories of Palestine
    Laure Augereau (Casamemoire), Safeguarding the XX-century heritage in Morocco
    Mouna M’Hammedi (ENA), restoration and conservation training
    Faika Béjaoui (ASM), conservation and restoration in Tunis


     

    REFLECTOGRAPHY AND THE GREAT MASTERS - BRONZINO
    2.30 – 6.30 pm, SALA CASTELLO, FIRST FLOOR, LOBBY
    Organized by Opificio Pietre Dure in Florence and Nardini Editore

    Curated by Cecilia Frosinini – Opificio delle Pietre Dure




    MANAGING, DESIGNING, HANDLING AND COMMUNICATING THE CULTURAL HERITAGE. A CASE STUDY ON THE MEGALITHIC SITE OF SAINT MARTIN DE CORLEANS IN AOSTA
    2.30 – 6.00 pm, SALA BELRIGUARDO, HALL 5, GROUND FLOOR
    The seminar is meant to analyse an Italian case study in order to discuss what could be the method for the creation of a scientific-museum complex in our country. The process too often neglects some necessary passage due to an insufficient regulatory framework that cannot guarantee the proper establishment of a “special” public facility such as Contemporary Museums should be; where architects are among the many others in a complex procedure that involves different players. This is why the legislative framework that regulates public works must necessarily be integrated and amended with ad hoc processes that take into consideration such complexity.
    The case study of the Museum for the Archaeological site of St. Martin de Corleans in Aosta, told by its various players and laid as the base for a broader debate, is meant to highlight on these issues, to throw a metaphorical rock in a sea that is still too calm.
    Scientific coordination:
    Laboratorio TekneHub del Tecnopolo dell’Università Ferrara,
    Rete Alta Tecnologia della Regione Emilia-Romagna
    Media Partner: Maggioli Editore
    - Introduction and chairmanship:
    Marcello Balzani, Director of TekneHub, Tecnopolo dell’Università di Ferrara
    Speeches:
    Gaetano De Gattis, Head of the Restoration and Valorization Desk for the Saint-Martin de Corléans site.
    Marco Biuzzi and Antonello Stella, ferrini::stella::n!studio, architetti associati, Rome
    Fabio Donato, TekneHub, Laboratorio del Tecnopolo dell’Università Ferrara
    Fabio Giuliani, Studio Giuliani, Ferrara
    Alessandro Bollo, Head of Research and Consulting for Fondazione Fitzcarraldo, Turin
    Gabriele Isaia, Isaia Communications
    Federico Ferrari, TekneHub, Laboratorio del Tecnopolo dell’Università Ferrara,
    -Round table and conclusions:
    Loretta Zega, Architect, Veneto Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage
    Gianni Bulian, formed superintendent for Art and Cultural Heritage – Consultant for the Ministry for Cultural Heritage.
    Laura Carlini, IBC Bologna
    Alessandro Massarente, TekneHub, Laboratorio del Tecnopolo dell’Università di Ferrara
    Anna Maria Visser, Musec Università di Ferrara - ANMLI



    RESTORATION AND FUNCTIONAL REFURBISHMENT OF OLD FRANCISCAN CLOISTERS IN RAVENNA
    2.30 – 6.00 PM, SALA ERMITAGE, HALL 5, GROUND FLOOR
    Organized by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Ravenna

    Speeches: Patrizia Magnani and Maurizio Scarano (Koinè progetti srl - RA) Designer and Works Supervisors; Federica Del Conte (Ediltecnica Coop.va Consortile - Russi RA) Technical Director of the restoration contractor; Emilio Agostinelli (Superintendent for the Environmental and Cultural Heritage); Paola Novara (Archaeologist and historian); Ada Foschini and Giulia Benini (Laboratorio del Restauro RA).


    THE PRICELESS WORK OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE RESTORER: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE BETWEEN THE REGULATION IN FORCE AND THE REFORMATION PERSPECTIVES
    2.30 – 6.30, SALA MARFISA, FIRST FLOOR, LOBBY
    Organized by Associazione La Ragione del Restauro

    The Associazione la Ragione del Restauro is the voice of the people involved in this trade: a public debate to share and present solutions to the issues of the regarding the recognition of the professional skills, the delicate state of this profession and the cultural heritage sector.
    Speeches:
    Andrea Cipriani, Cultural Heritage Restorer – President of Associazione la Ragione del Restauro
    Pietro Celli, Administrative Lawyer and expert of Cultural Heritage Law
    Matteo Orfini, Head of the Cultural Department of Partito Democratico
    Confirmation of the other speakers pending


    THE RESTORATION WORK OF RAVENNANTICA: EXPERIENCES OF VALORISATION OF THE ANCIENT MOSAIC
    4.00 – 6.30 pm, SALA D, FIRST FLOOR, BETWEEN HALLS 5 AND 6
    Organized by Direzione Regionale per i Beni Culturali dell'Emilia Romagna e Fondazione RavennAntica, Parco Archeologico di Classe

    Restoration is still viewed as “fixing” after the deterioration processes that have damaged the cultural and art heritage. In the case of deteriorated mosaics, these phenomena are both entropic and caused by men and favour or cause the loss of matter, thus deeply altering the aesthetic and documental “quality”. This is to say, then, that to withstand the problem restoration stands as restoring the lost quality to safeguard the “memory”, retrieving “quality” meant as authenticity”. Variations, shortcomings, additions, de-contextualization contribute to the loss of meaning and the gap between text and context. To this regard the dialogue-conflict between restoring and preserving finds its place.
    This volume by Paolo Racagni, collects some important interventions carried out by Fondazione RavennAntica on prestigious museums at national and international level.
    Boasting remarkable expertise gathered with many restoration works in the complex of the new Museo Archeologico di Classe, RavennAntica stands as the promoter of interventions for the preservation and valorisation of the museum heritage.
    Speeches:
    Carla Di Francesco, Regional Director for Cultural Heritage of Emilia-Romagna
    Sergio Fioravanti, Director of Fondazione RavennAntica
    Catherine Antomarchi, Unit Director, Collections Unit, Iccrom
    Renzo Carlucci, Project Manager Restoration and Mosaics, Cooperazione Italiana-Ministero degli Esteri
    Mariangela Vandini, Department of History and Cultural Heritage Preservation, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna


     

    update to 4 March 2011