The Routes4U programme involves all cultural routes of the Council of Europe. The programme framework is especially suitable fot the ATRIUM cultural route as its members come from 3 of the 4 EU macro-regions. During the first programme meeting, ATRIUM gained valueable insights.
Routes4U is a joint programme between the Council of Europe and the European Union. The 30-months project (2017-20) aims to foster regional development through the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe programme in the four EU macro-regions, according to the Faro Convention.
Città di fondazione on Rai
The documentary "La Grande Storia - Propagande" on 'Rai Play' on Italy's città di fondazione (planned towns), newly built towns by the Fascist regime. In the focus of the documentary are various towns of the ATRIUM cultural route: Carbonia, Torviscosa, Predappio.
Press Release: ATRIUM recertified, two new entries
ATRIUM has been recertified as an official Cultural Route of the Council of Europe. On 18 April, the Governing Board of EPA-Enlarged Partial Agreement meeting was held, which also assessed the three-year recertification dossier of ATRIUM Route. A special thanks to Patrick Leech for representing the ATRIUM Route on this important occasion.
The satisfaction for the results obtained is greatly increased by the entry of two new Italian cities in the Route, Carboniaand Merano, whose application for admission was accepted on May 30, during a special skype conference of the ATRIUM partners.
On 25 April, Italy's Liberation Day reminds the end of the Fascist regime and the Nazi occupation. A good moment to reflect on the history of Torviscosa, an active ATRIUM member. Mareno Settimo, town councillor of culture, and Lorena Zuccolo narrate. Read more (in German language).
Forlì on Rai Storia
The documentary "Memorie di Pietra" (memories of stone) on 'Rai Storia' is a journey across Forlì's history at the discovery of the rationalist architecture of the 1930s and 1940s, built under the Fascist regime.
The Cambridge Heritage Research Group hosts the 19th Annual Cambridge Heritage Research Symposium, which will be hold on 11-12 May 2018.
From European dictatorships of the 20th century to military regimes all over the world, this research seminar will seek to comparatively explore the relationship between cultural heritage and authoritarianism.