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ITP International Training Projects

Report 2016 – 2019

Full English text

Formato: 21 x 29,7 cm

Legatura: Filorefe

Pagine: 96

Anno edizione: 2019

ISBN: 9788849237702

EAN: 9788849237702

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Training Projects as part of its mandate within the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities (MIBAC). The aim of the program was to encourage international cultural exchanges through the offer of high level training in sectors where Italy leads the world in knowledge and practice. The ITP international projects were financed by Ministerial Decree of 7 August 2015, drawing on the 2014 revenues of Arte Lavore Servizi SpA (ALES). The training offer was addressed to countries around the world on the basis of response to requests, and was organised in two main areas:
– the Cultural Heritage area, with the training offer developed by the MIBAC advanced education and research institutes (in particular the Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro and the Opificio delle Pietre Dure), as well as the Central Institute for Cataloguing and Documentation, the Central Institute for Graphic Arts and Documents, and the National Police (Carabineiri) Unit for Cultural Heritage;
– the Cultural Activities area, concentrating on the theatre and classical music sectors, with the training developed by leading institutions in this area, in particular the Piccolo Teatro and the Accademia del Teatro alla Scala, both of Milan, and coordinated by the MIBAC General Directorate for Performing Arts.

The seven organisations offered a total of 107 different courses, with a rich and articulated range of contents intended to encourage and stimulate international demand. The Cultural Heritage area was further organised under the three sectors of Conservation-Restoration, Knowledge and Protection of cultural heritage, while the Cultural Activities area was organised under the Performing Arts and Musical Arts sectors. All of the courses were structured for flexible duration, of between one and eight weeks.

A pilot project addressed to the countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) was co-financed by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS), in agreement with the MIBAC Directorate General for Education and Research.

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