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Segnalato da:
Daniele Villa - Giovedì, 11 Giugno, 2009 - 08:27
Di cosa si tratta:
Exchanging Experiences and Comparing Practices
on Forming and Informing about Cultural Landscapes

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009
Politecnico di Milano
Facoltà di Architettura e Società via Ampère 2 - Aula Gamma

Forming Cultural Landscapes
09h.30 -Aula Gamma

Rossella Salerno
DiAP- Politecnico di Milano
Lionella Scazzosi
DPA, Politecnico di Milano
Camilla Casonato
DiAP- Politecnico di Milano
Emanuela Carpani
Soprintendente Beni Architettonici e Paesistici provincie di Siena e Grosseto
Paolo Galuzzi
DiAP - Politecnico di Milano, Scuola ISSI Ivrea
Chiara Dionisi - Chiara Toscani
DiAP- Politecnico di Milano

Informing about Cultural Landscapes
14h.30 -Aula Gamma

Franco Farinelli
Dip. Discipline della Comunicazione Università di Bologna
Tapio Heikkilä
Ministry of Environment, Finland
Giacomo Rambaldi
Senior Programme Coordinator Technical Centre for Agricultural and  Rural Co-operation
ACP-EU, Wageningen The Netherlands
Daniele Villa
DiAP- Politecnico di Milano
Sabine Tzschaschel
Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde, Leipzig

- The goal of the seminar is exchanging experiences about process of forming landscapes values, comparing the UNESCO’s and European Landscape Convention’s approaches. In the first case the process of forming value starts, above all, from experts, we can say “from the top”, instead the aim of the European Landscape Convention is to set up practices “from the bottom”, from civil society.

- The crucial issue is represented by a difficult relationship between preserving/transforming landscapes, integrating the economic, environmental and social dimensions.

- The point of view of the current proposal is achieving a more responsible use of natural and cultural landscapes, balancing preservation with transformation in a frame of sustainable development.

- In those terms the role of  the information is fundamental. We can see the question referring to the function of the media in forming ideas, opinions, supporting choices but, on the other hand, by means of all those representation devices useful to make people aware of their cultural heritage, starting up participatory practices.

 - We have different situations in European countries; in Italy, for example,  people is not still involved in decision making about changes of landscapes, a few pilot actions are starting (Progetto Paesaggio Biellese, Parco del Cilento...). In other countries, like Estonia or France, there is running a process of taking part in decisions about landscapes.

- The seminar will compare practices in participatory process in various UE countries.

- To this end, we can today well supported by new technologies, not only media but such innovative devices, as “Participatory GIS” for example, whose use maybe a useful answer to the requirement of innovation promoted by UE. Representation devices can help us precisely to sort out landscape heritage and its potentialities overtaking or integrating 2d maps with photographs, sketches, schemes, 3D drawings, GIS; using 3d representations or visual simulation of urban landscapes, finding out communicative codes for people and not for experts only.
Facoltà di Architettura e Società, via Ampere 2, Aula IV
Da Mercoledì 24 Giugno - 08:30 a Mercoledì 24 Giugno - 16:30
Chi organizza:
Rossella Salerno, Camilla Casonato, Daniele Villa