A bridge between the owners of museums & archaeological sites
Where did the idea come from ? Who are the project holders ?
Ri-scoperte is a project idea born from the union of competencies of 8 different people who create the work team of this initiative. They know how is mainly in the field of museum reception, organization of educational labs, planning of itineraries and creation of information material. The main project holder is Natascia Fasiolo, archeologist willing to increase the interest and value of local museums and sites that are carrying the history of territories and need to be re-discovered.
What do they do ? What’s the project about ?
The project aims at developing a standard management model dedicated to local cultural realities of small dimensions through the creation of a firm able to interface and build a bridge with the owners of minor museums and archaeological sites, by offering a set of additional services. Its main objective is to guarantee an appropriate promotion and enhancement of minor cultural assets that are often managed by volunteers or single enthusiasts by involving the whole territory that gravitates around the cultural heritage.
Why did they create it ? What kind of impact (social, artistic, innovative,) does the project have?
The project was born to respond to the needs of small local businesses. It aims to enhance the territory starting from the cultural heritage by involving all economic/productive/artistic/social and institutional realities in order to create a micro-economy for the benefit of the community and re- discover that territory.
How does the SMATH Project help them? What are the next steps?
Without the tools presented during the SMATH path they would have carried out their project in a less aware way, ignoring the entrepreneurial and economic risks that they could run into. Their next step will be to apply what the learned to their project, always keeping those tools updated.