3rd Project and SC Meeting in Venice - ArTVisionPlus

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ArTVision+

Enhancing touristic development and promotion through prism of culture

START DATE

01.01.2018

END DATE

30.09.2019

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 1.006.360

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

3.1 - Make natural and cultural heritage a leverage for sustainable and more balanced territorial development

LEAD PARTNER

Primorje-Gorski Kotar County

TARGET GROUPS

  • Tour operators
  • Local, regional and national pu blic authorities
  • Cultural and natural heritage management bodies
  • Regional and local development agencies, enterprises
  • NGOs
  • Education and training organisations as well as universities and research institutes

ArTVision+, capitalizing the IPA Adriatic arTVision project, is aimed at developing new solutions for the development of the less-known tourist destinations, based on the valorization of the cultural heritage and on a new concept of promotion.

The main activities will focus on a promotion campaign and setting up of a digital platform as virtual space to connect artists and organizers of tourist manifestations (tourist boards, museums, theatres, art cinemas). 

ARTVISIONPLUS - KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Primorje-Gorski Kotar County

CIOTTINA 17/B

Rijeka - Italy

www.pgz.hr


Primorje-Gorski Kotar County (PGC) is a regional government authority responsible for activities in fields of culture, education, tourism, regional development, infrastructure and social welfare. PGC is the founder of the various public organizations (museums, schools etc.). The County through the Department for Culture, Sports and Technical Culture co-finances projects in field of culture; monitors the work of 3 museums; organizes cultural events and encourages education about heritage.

 


Contact person: Dragana Toković         

E-mail: KULTURA.SPORT@PGZ.HR

PROJECT PARTNER

Kvarner Region Tourism Office

www.kvarner.hr

 


The Kvarner County Tourism Office was established in 1994 and since then performs technical and administrative operations. The members of the Kvarner County Tourism Office include town, municipal and local tourist boards from the Kvarner County. The activities are focused on upgrading the general conditions regarding the stay of tourists in the region, promoting the tourist product of the Kvarner County, raising awareness of the significance of economic, social and other effects of tourism. 


Contact person: Renata Vincek

E-mail: KVARNER@KVARNER.HR

PROJECT PARTNER

Dalmatia County | Public Institution RERA SD for coordination and development of Split

www.rera.hr


PI RERA SD for Coordination and Development of Split Dalmatia County is multidisciplinary institution established by Split-Dalmatia County (2009.) with the aim of efficient coordination of regional development, development and implementation of projects financed through EU funds, national and regional funds. The goal is to be the link between public, private & civil sector in building-up of strategic partnerships in application & implementation of projects contribute to rising of life standard.


Contact person: Mili Novak

E-mail: mili.novak@rera.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

Pino Pascali Foundation, Museum of contemporary art

www.museopinopascali.it


Pino Pascali Foundation (PPF), established in 2010, is financed by Municipality of Polignano a Mare and Apulia Region and it is the only museum of contemporary art in the Region. PPF aims to organise art exhibitions and cultural events, with national and international artists; to allow to the public, experts and researchers to access to all bequest materials of the Pascali family; promote Pino Pascali works and enhance modern and contemporary art in all its characteristics.


Contact person: Susanna Torres

E-mail: susannatorres@museopinopascali.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Pugliapromozione Agency

www.agenziapugliapromozione.it


Pugliapromozione, is an operating entity of the Apulia Region that implements the regional policies in terms of promoting the unified image of the Region as well as local tourism. The Agency's vision focuses on believes that the competitive value and image of Apulia as a destination is based on the many facets of its regional identities, on the integration of the actors involved, on the quality of the countryside and environment and on the friendly and healthy local resident communities.


Contact person: Carmela Antonino

E-mail: c.antonino@aret.regione.puglia.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Ca' Foscari University of Venice

www.unive.it


University of Venice was established in 1868: it was the first educational institution in Italy to offer higher education in business and economics and the second in Europe. The Department of Economics has a long-standing tradition in tourism research. Its scientific staff has relevant competencies related to regional economics and development, SME studies, reuse of cultural heritage, sustainable tourism development, and has a multi-annual experience in the management of EU projects.


For BLUTOURSYSTEM

Contact person: Nicola Camatti

E-mail: nicola.camatti@unive.it

 

For ArTVision+

Contact person: Fabrizio Panozzo

E-mail: bauhaus@unive.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Veneto Region - Direction of cultural heritage cultural activities and sport

www.regione.veneto.it


Direction of cultural heritage cultural activities and sport 


The Direction of Cultural heritage Cultural activities and Sport coordinates: several regional networks in order to harmonize the actions related to cultural heritage, services, cultural activities and entertainment; the "cultural system" in the Veneto Region, through the networking of cultural resources, landscape and economic resources by promoting regional initiatives at the national and international level; the planning of EU funds for the cultural sector for 2014/2020 programming period.


E-mail: beniattivitaculturalisport@regione.veneto.it

    

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START DATE

Nov 29, 2018 h.

END DATE

Nov 30, 2018 h.

3rd Project and SC Meeting in Venice

The 3rd ARTVISION+ Partership and Steering Committee meetings was held in Venice at Palazzo Grandi Stazioni, Fondamenta Santa Lucia, Cannaregio 23, from 15:00 on 29th November 2018 until 14:00 on 30th Novembre 2018.

At the same time, the 1st ARTVISION+ Advisory Board meeting was held. The discussion about the IT platform dealt with several important questions. The partners will, in collaboration with the contractor, decided to actively engage in finding the possible touristic, cultural and artist associations, event organisers and other cultural stakeholders that could benefit from the functionalities of the cultural matchmaking service.

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Here all the documents

INNOVATIVE STORYTELLING OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE

PUBLISHED ON 03/12/2019
PDF (4.89 Mb)

Output Indicator 3.1O2

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (4.94 Mb)

Output Indicator 3.1O3

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (0.86 Mb)

Output Indicator 3.1O5

PUBLISHED ON 09/04/2020
PDF (1.08 Mb)

D1.1.1 Management plan

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (3.7 Mb)

D1.1.2 Minutes of KOM Meeting and SC

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (8.8 Mb)

D1.2.1 Meetings´ Minutes

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (13.86 Mb)

D1.3.1. Meetings´ Minutes (Steering Committee)

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (14.89 Mb)

D2.1.4. Implemented Facebook profile of project

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (1.11 Mb)

D.2.1.1 Brochure

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (34.67 Mb)

D.2.1.2 Leaflet

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (2.72 Mb)

D.2.1.3 USB, hat, pen, T-shirt, etc.

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (0.75 Mb)

D2.2.1. Final conference

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (9.02 Mb)

D2.2.2 Kick-off meeting

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (8.81 Mb)

D2.3.2. Press conferences

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (15.16 Mb)

D.2.3.1 Press releases

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (64.12 Mb)

D3.1.1. Established ArTVision Advisory Board

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (1.06 Mb)

D3.2.1 - Design of IT Platform

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (0.31 Mb)

D.3.2.2. - IT Platform fully operational

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (0.79 Mb)

D. 3.3.1 Webinar

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (0.46 Mb)

D. 3.3.2 Web tutorial

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (0.44 Mb)

D3.3.3. 8 Educational workshops

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (5.8 Mb)

D 3.4.1 Promotional workshops

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (24.33 Mb)

D.3.4.2. Promotion carried out via electronic media

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (2.45 Mb)

D 4.1.1. Production of 36 video materials

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (5.51 Mb)

D 4.2.1. 4 Cross-border cultural events

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (5.46 Mb)

D4.3.1 - Signed Cooperation Agreements

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (1.1 Mb)

D4.3.2 - The application available in public areas in 20 locations

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (0.52 Mb)

D4.4.1 – Number of connected websites

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (3.47 Mb)

D 4.5.1 Implemented promotional campaign

PUBLISHED ON 18/05/2020
PDF (5.1 Mb)

Cultural matchmaking platform for event organizers, artists & audience

AWARD WINNING VIDEO

RAB - MEDIEVAL HERITAGE (THE ISLAND OF RAB/ PRIMORJE-GORSKI KOTAR COUNTY)

Among the medieval sights of Rab, its old city, surrounded by walls and churches and palaces is certainly worth mentioning. In addition to the churches and palaces, the most striking are the four Romanesque bell-towers, a quartet that creates the distinctive and well recognized skyline of the city of Rab. Rab’s Fair is the most important event that nurtures medieval cultural traditional values. In the stone streets and courtyards, and by the sea, episodes from medieval times come to life. The Rab knight’s games are a picturesque medieval event that was brought back to life in 1995. The first games date back to 1364 when they were organized in memory of the knights who defended the city. The peculiarity of the games lies in the use of ancient crossbows similar to those used by the Crossbowmen of San Marino during their games.

THE SCENTED TRADITION OF THE MANDOLINS (SAN VITO DEI NORMANNI/ PINO PASCALI FOUNDATION, MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART)

Music is what inspired us to spend a few hours with the mandolin players of San Vito dei Normanni in the province of Brindisi. Both the elderly and the very young fill the air with plucked notes of this now unusual instrument. Until the 1950s, the barber shops were the places where guitars, mandolins and mandolas were played. Now the Mandolin Club has revived the tradition and is “looking to the future with an ancient heart”. Young, old, professional and amateur musicians play, exchange views and grow, thus making the village even more beautiful. In the centre of the Salento Plain, San Vito dei Normanni is located 21 km from Brindisi and it has access to the sea through the seaside town of Specchiolla. The Medieval castle overlooks Piazza Leonardo Leo, around which the old town centre was developed (“li stratodde” in the local dialect).

CUTTLEFISH AND FAVA BEANS (KAŠTEL KAMBELOVAC/ PUBLIC INSTITUTION RERA S.D.)

Many great chefs, gastronomic experts and historians will agree that the modern Dalmatian cuisine has its roots in poverty. In ancient times, Dalmatian farmers only had small quantities of certain types of foods at their disposal which they had to use in a creative way in order to feed their large families. This is the story of how cuttlefish and fava beans saved the people of Kaštela from starvation. Kaštel Kambelovac is one of seven castles, located northwest of Split in the fertile coastal area that connects Trogir and Solin. It was built in 1517 by brothers Jerolim and Nikola Cambi, Split noblemen and landowners with the intent to protect themselves and the inhabitants of the village. It is unique among the castles, because it has a cylindrical shape that made it suitable for defence against the enemy.

LA LOGGIA AND THE ODEO CORNARO (PADUA/ CA’ FOSCARI UNIVERSITY FROM VENICE)

Taking up the Renaissance passion for the garden and having a privileged access to the river, the complex commissioned by Alvise Cornaro allows nature to penetrate the urban fabric. It was designed as an “ancient theatre”, as a fixed backdrop suitable for the pungent irony of the performances of Angelo Beolco known as il Ruzante, friend and protégé of Alvise Cornaro. Just like nature and culture mix, so do Ruzante’s comedies, which mix heavy humour with the subtlety of analysis.

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