This cycle of meetings on the forms of knowledge and enhancement of widespread cultural heritage is proposed as an opportunity for training for employees of the public administration and for cultural and social operators, but is also aimed at teachers, researchers, university students and doctoral students interested in studying methodological issues and to discuss "good practices". The program pays particular attention to issues and methods of relevance to public and private entities that live and that are confronted with the problems, with the criticalities and with the potentialities of conservation and enhancement of tangible and intangible cultural heritage: privileged interlocutors are therefore public officials, primarily from local authorities, who deal with cultural projects, heritage, social policies and planning, as well as cultural heritage professionals employed in foundations and in the third sector.
Each appointment includes the intervention of experts, professionals and scholars from different fields and the presentation of innovative experiences and projects already implemented or in progress. Attendance is free and a certificate of participation in one or more meetings may be required.
The training will be carried out entirely remotely according to the indications contained in the attached poster, which contains the calendar for the month of January only; the details of February, March and April will follow, which will include the interventions of Paola AGOSTI (photographer) on the use and enhancement of photographic heritage, Antonio DE ROSSI (Polytechnic of Turin) on the redevelopment projects of the internal areas, Maria Grazia GIANNICHEDDA ( Basaglia Foundation) on the legacies of Franco Basaglia and Franca Ongaro, Daniele JALLA (ICOM Italy) on cultural heritage and widespread museums, Marica SETARO (University of Siena) on the archives of medicine and psychiatry, as well as an in-depth study on the history of organized living in collaboration with the Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Foundation of Milan.
The series of meetings is promoted by Places | People | Heritage. Research center for the history of assistance and socio-health policies, established in 2019 following the agreement between the Department of Historical Studies of the University of Turin, the City of Collegno and the A.S.L TO3, and falls within the cultural and educational initiatives of the Master's Degree Course in Book, Document and Cultural Heritage Sciences. He obtained the patronage of Anci Piemonte and Ali - Piedmont Local Autonomy League.