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  • Publication
    Conclusioni
    (2023)
    Tiussi, Cristiano
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    Il futuro parco naturalistico, archeologico e paleontologico al Villaggio del Pescatore (Ts): una sfida all’accessibilità, all’inclusione e alla sostenibilità
    (2023)
    Murgia, Emanuela
    The Villaggio del Pescatore is located in the province of Trieste. It was built to give asylum to about forty fishermen families who came from the territories that had been ceded to the former Yugoslavia, between 1951 and 1952. The site is located in an environmental and transitional area, where the characteristics of the Karst hills tend to hybridise with those of the coast. Distinguished by palaeontological, archaeological, and historical evidence, this area coexists with an infrastructural and industrial zone. The Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, MIBACT and the Municipality of Duino Aurisina signed an Agreement aimed at the creation of a naturalistic, archaeological, and palaeontological park. This paper presents the potentials and limits of this project in terms of accessibility, inclusion, sustainability. This paper, in addition, aims to illustrate the work done by the University of Trieste in the field of accessibility at Villaggio del Pescatore.
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    Un museo per tutti. L’esperienza di Studio D ad Aquileia e Portogruaro
    (2023)
    Benvegnù, Francesca
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    Cuchetti, Alessandra
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    Magro, Sabina
    Studio D Archaeology Didactics Museology designs and implements activities for the world of School, Tourism and for all those who wish to “LIVE” museums, History and Archaeology as protagonists accompanied by archaeologists and art historians specialized in the didactics of antiquity. It operates in various museums and archaeological areas of state and civic property, in synergy with the directorates, offering different audiences the opportunity to approach the world of Cultural Heritage, in an inclusive way and stimulating “the pleasure of knowledge” while respecting the scientific rigor of the content disseminated. In particular, the Aquileia branch has seen the implementation of the projects “Let's start again from the past with a touch of antiquity” intended for students enrolled in the first year of first and second grade secondary schools, “The Museum for Children - Aquileia Campus” for kindergarten children, “With the Voice of the Ancients” aimed at adults and history and archaeology enthusiasts, and “Instrumenta Design Junior 2020” for students aged between 6 and 14, a format extended to 8 other museums in the Veneto region. Among the various experiences in which “museums go into the classroom” we highlight the implementation of the ArcheoMuseo at a school in the province of Padua.
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    Il Museo Omero. Una via nuova verso la fruizione dell’Arte
    (2023)
    Farroni Gallo, Francesca
    This paper aims to illustrate the work done by the State Tactile Museo Omero in the field of accessibility. The staff of the Museum carries out many activities not only within the Museum itself, but also in other realities both as trainers and as specialized professionals. This paper, in addition, reports some basic concepts on accessibility for people with visual disabilities and beyond, and aims to demonstrate how inclusion and accessibility best practices are spreading and taking shapes in museum activities and itineraries in recent years. In particular, the case of the National Museum and Archaeological Area of Altino is illustrated.
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    T-essere memoria. Un progetto dedicato a chi con-vive con l’Alzheimer e a chi se ne prende cura
    (2023)
    Moser, Luisa
    “T-essere memoria” is a project dedicated to people who live with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers and aims to restitute to the public the archaeological heritage preserved and enhanced at the Museo delle Palafitte (Pile-dwelling Museum) in Fiavé, thus making the museum a place of encounter and social inclusion, where meaningful and rewarding experiences can be made. Moments of encounter in the museum and in residential facilities can stimulate emotionally involving and pleasant experiences and help to create well-being in people with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. The project was conceived and carried out by the Educational Services of the Archaeological Heritage Office of the Autonomous Province of Trento with an experimental phase in 2015 in collaboration with the Azienda per i Servizi alla Persona ‘Margherita Grazioli’ in Povo (Tn).
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