From May to November 2022, nine talks with leading experts in the field of cultural management and promotion of Italian and international contemporary culture heritages, to explore the theme of participatory museums, the museums of the future.
The project, curated by Pierluigi Sacco, is promoted and organised by Fondazione Brescia Musei in collaboration with Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali and NEMO – Network of European Museum Organisations, under the patronage of Ministero della Cultura; ICOM Italia – International Council of Museums; Federculture; Associazione Mecenate 90; Centro Universitario Europeo per i Beni Culturali di Ravello (SA); ANCI – Associazione Nazionale Comuni Italiani; AICI – Association of Italian Cultural Institutions; Associazione Abbonamento Musei Lombardia; Accademia Tedesca di Roma Villa Massimo.
25/05/2022 – Opening event
08/06/2022 – Participation for unity
15/06/2022 – Participation for possibility
22/06/2022 – Participation for education
29/06/2022 – Participation for creating dialogue between differences
Cultural differences have always been one of the primary resources of humankind, and museums are the place that allows experimentation of new forms of dialogue and mutual encounter.
28/09/2022 – Participation for wellbeing
Scientific evidence is confirming that culture can have very positive effects on psychological and physical wellbeing. Museums can therefore also become spaces where people can enjoy a sense of wellbeing.
19/10/2022 – Participation to help us be creative
Creativity is not only about intuition. Being creative is also about being constantly open to new ideas and new points of view. Museums are spaces to be discovered and that allow us to develop our creative potential day after day.
09/11/2022 – Participation as co-creation
New digital technologies offer us ever more possibilities to make and create together, developing our collective intelligence. Museums are spaces allowing us to try our hand with these new possibilities and their exciting potential.
23/11/2022 – Participation as a solution to collective problems
Culture has always helped human beings solve important issues addressing them from different perspectives. Museums can also become the place where we can together design more effective solutions to our everyday problems.