Participants//ECCOM

//Museo civico di Zoologia//
Rome
Italy
http://www.museodizoologia.it/it

//Museo Nazionale Luigi Pigorini//
Rome
Italy
http://www.pigorini.beniculturali.it/

National ethongraphic and pre-historic museum

//PAV//
Rome
Italy
http://www.pav-it.eu/

PAV creates and realises cultural projects in partnership with artists and institutions.

Born in Rome in 2000, PAV specialises in the production, management and administration of cultural events, festivals, shows and conferences and works with public national institutions, theatres, foreign embassies, artists and companies, combining an institutional profile with a support to the independent scene.

These different fields of action have always made for dialogue in a natural way: such interaction has proven to be a fundamental resort for many projects and generally for the entire working experience stemming from such connections. PAV’s multifaceted activity allowed for the development of a privileged standpoint, with a 360° eye-view on contemporary theatre.

//MAXXI Foundation//
Rome
Italy
http://www.fondazionemaxxi.it/

Museum of XXI century art and architecture

//Civico Zero//

Rome
Italy
http://civicozero.eu/

Social organizations which support minors in conditions of difficulties

DIAMOND – Dialoguing Museums for a new Cultural Democracy
www.diamondmuseums.eu

//Sovrintendenza ai beni culturali (civic museums)//
Rome
Italy
http://en.museiincomuneroma.it/musei_in_comune/il_sistema_musealeThe museum system run by Rome City Council comprises an extremely diverse group of museums and archaeological sites of undoubted artistic and historic value. In addition to the Musei Capitolini – the world’s oldest public museum – the system also encompasses the MACRO (Rome’s museum of contemporary art) inaugurated in 2010 and designed by Odile Decq, and the Museo dell’Ara Pacis, designed by Richard Meier and home to various important exhibitions. others include Mercati di Traiano, with the Museo dei Fori Imperiali, as well as the Planetario and the Museo Astronomico that are the ideal destination for anyone interested in the new frontiers of science.The system is further enriched by several “hidden” gems – small museums with prized collections such as the Museo Napoleonico, the Museo di Scultura Antica Giovanni Barracco, the Museo Carlo Bilotti, the Museo Pietro Canonica, the Museo delle Mura and others still – all waiting to be discovered. Numerous events and temporary exhibitions help make the System of Municipal Museums unique amongst other museum networks in Italy, providing a constant stream of initiatives that are always original and guaranteed to appeal to all sections of the public.

//Coop Culture//
Rome
Italy
http://www.coopculture.it/

CoopCulture is a cooperative operating in the heritage and cultural activities sector in Italy.

CoopCulture is a qualified partner positioned to offer answers and solutions to the increasingly complex needs of a continuously evolving sector, from the perspective of integration between cultural heritage and territory and between culture, tourism and local economy.

With the intention of bringing diverse audiences closer to art, it has developed user paths differentiated by language and method, taking advantage of the potentials offered by new technologies and paying special attention to local communities in all of their aspects, families, young people, children, the elderly and immigrant communities.

//Myosotis//
Rome
Italy
http://www.myosotisambiente.it/

Co-operative which works in the field of museum education

Projects
DIAMOND – Dialoguing Museums for a new Cultural Democracy

//Archivi Migranti//
Rome
Italy
http://www.archiviomemoriemigranti.net/

AMM brings together a group of migrant and non-migrant volunteers, researchers, and media operators committed to a participatory method in recording current migratory processes and including its traces in the collective heritage of national and transnational memory

//Regione Lazio – Ufficio musei and Ufficio Biblioteche//

Rome
Italy
http://www.regione.lazio.it/Organigramma/key.do?code=UNOR_D2I0200&type=are

Institutional service of Regione Lazio promoting cultural services

//Istituzione Biblioteche di Roma//

Rome
Italy
http://www.comune.roma.it/wps/portal/pcr?jp_pagecode=biblioteche_di_roma.wp&ahew=jp_pagecode

//System of civic libraries of the Municipality of Rome//
http://www.romamultietnica.it/

//Teatro di Roma//
Rome
Italy
http://www.teatrodiroma.net/

Theatre (Municipality of Rome)

//IPM-Istituto Penale Minorile//

Rome
Italy
http://www.giustiziaminorile.it/ricerca.asp?id=ipm

Prison for young offenders//

DIAMOND – Dialoguing Museums for a new Cultural Democracy

//Ministero del Lavoro e delle Politiche Sociali//
Rome
Italy
http://www.lavoro.gov.it/Pages/default.aspx

Portal dedicated to migrants integration in social and cultural Italian life managed by the Ministry of Labour and Social affairs

//Integrazione migranti – Vivere e lavorare in Italia//
http://www.integrazionemigranti.gov.it/Pagine/default.aspx

//Teatro dell’Argine//
Bologna
Italy
http://teatrodellargine.org/site/lang/it-IT#.VVmPXfD6hBE

Teatro dell’Argine was officially founded on May 17th 1994 in San Lazzaro di Savena (Bologna, Italy) thanks to the intention of 20 young professionals who had shared years of study and apprenticeship and wanted to gather and take advantage of their common ideas and projects.  During these years Teatro dell’Argine has become a benchmark for a community made of audience, students, experts, associations and institutions. Every day the Company’s projects get advantages by the dialogue with the local community and new challenges and targets are added to the previous ones. Setting a course to reach these goals means keeping in mind the importance of a multidisciplinary, international, intercultural, social and high-value theatre. The small spaces located in via Rimembranze are no longer suitable for challenges like these ones. That’s why we believe the next step will be a new place in San Lazzaro able to be a meeting point and an exchange centre: a structure thought for people, not only for shows.

A new theatre well rooted in the city and well opened to the world.

//Musei civici//
Brescia
Italy
http://www.bresciamusei.com/

Civic Museums of Brescia

//Polo museale//
Busto Arsizio
Italy

//Museo e Villaggio Africano//
Urgnano
Italy
http://www.museoafricano.it/chisiamo/StoriadelMuseo/tabid/66/Default.aspx

Missionary museum

//MUST//
Vimercate
Italy
http://www.museomust.it/drupal/

Civic museum of Vimercate

//Ass. MuseArti//
Milan
Italy

//museum&CO//
Milan
Italy
http://www.museumandco.eu/

association which develops participatory activities in co-operation with museums and cultural institutions

Associazione Mimondo
Milan
Italy

//Settore Biblioteche//
Milan
Italy
https://www.comune.milano.it/wps/portal/ist/it/vivicitta/luoghicultura/Biblioteche

Civic libraries of Milan

//Biblioteche comunali//
Trezzano s.n.
Italy
https://bibliotrezzano.wordpress.com/

Civic libraries of Trezzano (MI)

//Biblioteca Dergano Bovisa//
Milan
Italy
http://www.comune.milano.it/dseserver/webcity/bibcedoc.nsf/weball/45F36A022593E7EF88256C7D00756F03?opendocument

Civic library in Milan

//Ass. Culturale DelleAli//
Milan
Italy

//Coop. Soc. Interculturando//
Milan
Italy

//Associazione Proficua//
Milan
Italy

//Associazione Alpiandes//
Milan
Italy

//Coop. Soc. Liberi Sogni//
Lecco
Italy

//Mamme a scuola onlus//
Milan
Italy

//Museo civico di Archeologia e Storia Naturale//
Montebelluna
Italy
http://www.museomontebelluna.it/it

//Natural history and archaeology civic museum//

In someone else’s shoes
Pinacoteca di Brera
Milan
Italy
http://www.brera.beniculturali.it/Tool/Promotion/Single?id_promotion=375

National museum

//A Brera anch’io//
Biblioteche civiche
Genoa
Italy
http://www.bibliotechedigenova.it/

Civic libraries of Genoa

//Gamec//
Bergamo
Italy
http://www.gamec.it/it

//Contemporary art museum in Bergamo//
Guests of Honour
Fondazione Sandretto
Turin
Italy
http://www.fsrr.org/

The Italian contemporary art foundation Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo was officially set up in Turin in 1995 by contemporary art collector Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. Active since 1992 at a personal level in the promotion of young artists, Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo saw in the creation of an arts foundation the opportunity to transform her passion into an “organised” activity able to collaborate more effectively with Italian and foreign institutions.

The encounter with Francesco Bonami in 1995 gave rise to the Fondazione’s cultural programme, with Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo as President and Francesco Bonami as Artistic Director. Through working with the new generations of artists and art world professionals at an international level, the programme today presents an observatory on research and production of the most exciting avant-garde art.

The Fondazione’s main aim is to encourage a greater understanding of contemporary art and of today’s leading trends at an international level. The vast field of visual arts – painting, sculpture, photography, video, installation and performance – is analysed and presented to the public not only through their exhibition programme but also through an array of in depth educational activities and flanking events, such as conferences, talks led by artists, curators and critics from acclaimed Italian and foreign institutions as well as courses on contemporary art conducted by the country’s leading university professors.

Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo is a flexible structure that brings together the valid contribution of artists, critics, curators and collectors. A place where art lovers and experts alike can refresh their knowledge and whereby those starting out have the chance to gain a greater understanding of contemporary art.

A vision of my own

//Fondazione Fitzcarraldo//
Turin
Italy
http://www.fitzcarraldo.it/

Fondazione Fitzcarraldo is an independent centre for planning, research, training and documentation on cultural, arts and media management, economics and policies, at the service of those who create, practise, take part in, produce, promote and support the arts and culture.

The Foundation aims to contribute to the development, diffusion and promotion of innovation and experimentation in the aforesaid fields of activity, also through the systematic search for collaboration agreements and synergies with local, regional, national and international authorities and bodies.

The documentation and all materials related to the activities of the Foundation are placed at disposal of the community and of all those concerned.