Grants and sub-grants awarded in Moldova and Kyrgyzstan to strengthen local communities

Big news from the Eastern Partnership area, as both the AGREED and Media Dialogue projects are deep in the works with very exciting initiatives!

Under ALDA management and thanks to the co-financing of the European Union, the sub-grants scheme of the “Activating Governance Reform for Enhancing Development” (AGREED) project was launched on April 12th this year with the deadline for proposal submissions of May 15th.

ALDA received 123 project proposals from all districts of Moldova, a number the ALDA team was extremely positively surprised by, especially considering the high quality of the applications. This month, the Evaluation Committee completed its selection according to the criteria that were published together with the call for proposals and, consequently, the projects proposed by the following 17 organisations were approved for up to 6000 euros each in funding:

1. Public Association “Regional Centre for Sustainable Development”, Ungheni
2. Public Association “Destin”, Schineni, Soroca 
3. Public Association “Development and Involvement”, Cimislia
4. Public Association “Ilenuța”, Cotova, Drochia
5. Public Association “Floresti District Coulcil of Youth”, Floresti
6. Public Association “DOR DE CASA”, Criva, Briceni
7. Public Association “Mugurasii de la Bic”, Gura Bacului, Anenii Noi
8. Public Association “Ecological Movememt Stefan Voda”, Stefan Voda
9. Public Association “PRO  Community Assistance and Develpment”, Ciolacu Nou, Falesti
10. Public Association “Pro-Europa”, Comrat
11. Public Association “PROSPECT”, Cimislia
12. Public Association “Silent Generation”, Balti
13. Public Association “For SURUCENENI”, Suruceni, Ialoveni
14. Public Association “We – The bright future”, Falesti
15. Public Association “MALURILE NISTRULUI”, Cosnita, Dubasari
16. The Association of Natives of Telenesti “Brotherhood of Telenesti Everywhere”, Telenesti
17. The Association of Natives “CIUCIULEA-VATRA DE DOR”, Ciuciulea, Glodeni.

Project implementation is now scheduled to start on June 25th and last for a maximum of 6 months. ALDA and the AGREED consortium are highly pleased with the enthusiasm shown by Moldovan civil society; and a similarly successful grant competition is in progress in Kyrgyzstan, too, in the framework the Media Dialogue project!

As of December 2019, in fact, ALDA and 4 other partners kicked off the Media Dialogue project in Kyrgyzstan and, after a series of preparatory activities, officially launched it in March 2020 in Bishkek with a large presence of stakeholders. Project activities aim to improve the policy and legal environment affecting the media sector and to assist media houses, journalists and editors in upholding professional journalistic standards and acting as democratic watchdogs during the 2020 electoral cycle.

With this in mind, back in April a grant competition was launched to (1) strengthen the media environment in Kyrgyzstan, (2) support the provision of public high-quality journalism and (3) promote media policy reform. More specifically, the call for proposals looked for ways to support media institutions in delivering advocacy campaigns to raise public awareness of the need to maintain and promote freedom of expression, high-quality journalism, contents of public service, access to information and other constituents of a free and democratic media environment.

By the given deadline of May 10th, the Media Dialogue team had received 27 applications from Kyrgyz media outlets and media organisations, out of which 4 proposals were pre-selected for support by the selection committee and are currently in the negotiation and preparation phase for grants agreements. Each organisation will receive up to 30,000 euro, thus meaning that, as of July 2020, ALDA will be supporting 4 media organisations from Kyrgyzstan to increase public access to information, transparency of state institutions and better access to diversified information for vulnerable groups.

We are extremely proud of how far both projects have already come and are looking forward to seeing what’s next!

AGREED is a 2-year project which aims at strengthening the capacity of Moldovan local authorities to perform a transparent and participatory governance in their communities, with a specific reference to the policy-making process related to the local decentralisation reform.

Media Dialogue is an 18-month EU-funded project based in Kyrgyzstan which wishes to strengthen the capacity and responsibility of media actors to operate as drivers of democracy and to prevent potential conflicts during the October 2020 parliamentary elections.

Big news from the Eastern Partnership area, as both the AGREED and Media Dialogue projects are deep in the works with very exciting initiatives!

Under ALDA management and thanks to the co-financing of the European Union, the sub-grants scheme of the “Activating Governance Reform for Enhancing Development” (AGREED) project was launched on April 12th this year with the deadline for proposal submissions of May 15th.

ALDA received 123 project proposals from all districts of Moldova, a number the ALDA team was extremely positively surprised by, especially considering the high quality of the applications. This month, the Evaluation Committee completed its selection according to the criteria that were published together with the call for proposals and, consequently, the projects proposed by the following 17 organisations were approved for up to 6000 euros each in funding:

1. Public Association “Regional Centre for Sustainable Development”, Ungheni
2. Public Association “Destin”, Schineni, Soroca 
3. Public Association “Development and Involvement”, Cimislia
4. Public Association “Ilenuța”, Cotova, Drochia
5. Public Association “Floresti District Coulcil of Youth”, Floresti
6. Public Association “DOR DE CASA”, Criva, Briceni
7. Public Association “Mugurasii de la Bic”, Gura Bacului, Anenii Noi
8. Public Association “Ecological Movememt Stefan Voda”, Stefan Voda
9. Public Association “PRO  Community Assistance and Develpment”, Ciolacu Nou, Falesti
10. Public Association “Pro-Europa”, Comrat
11. Public Association “PROSPECT”, Cimislia
12. Public Association “Silent Generation”, Balti
13. Public Association “For SURUCENENI”, Suruceni, Ialoveni
14. Public Association “We – The bright future”, Falesti
15. Public Association “MALURILE NISTRULUI”, Cosnita, Dubasari
16. The Association of Natives of Telenesti “Brotherhood of Telenesti Everywhere”, Telenesti
17. The Association of Natives “CIUCIULEA-VATRA DE DOR”, Ciuciulea, Glodeni.

Project implementation is now scheduled to start on June 25th and last for a maximum of 6 months. ALDA and the AGREED consortium are highly pleased with the enthusiasm shown by Moldovan civil society; and a similarly successful grant competition is in progress in Kyrgyzstan, too, in the framework the Media Dialogue project!

As of December 2019, in fact, ALDA and 4 other partners kicked off the Media Dialogue project in Kyrgyzstan and, after a series of preparatory activities, officially launched it in March 2020 in Bishkek with a large presence of stakeholders. Project activities aim to improve the policy and legal environment affecting the media sector and to assist media houses, journalists and editors in upholding professional journalistic standards and acting as democratic watchdogs during the 2020 electoral cycle.

With this in mind, back in April a grant competition was launched to (1) strengthen the media environment in Kyrgyzstan, (2) support the provision of public high-quality journalism and (3) promote media policy reform. More specifically, the call for proposals looked for ways to support media institutions in delivering advocacy campaigns to raise public awareness of the need to maintain and promote freedom of expression, high-quality journalism, contents of public service, access to information and other constituents of a free and democratic media environment.

By the given deadline of May 10th, the Media Dialogue team had received 27 applications from Kyrgyz media outlets and media organisations, out of which 4 proposals were pre-selected for support by the selection committee and are currently in the negotiation and preparation phase for grants agreements. Each organisation will receive up to 30,000 euro, thus meaning that, as of July 2020, ALDA will be supporting 4 media organisations from Kyrgyzstan to increase public access to information, transparency of state institutions and better access to diversified information for vulnerable groups.

We are extremely proud of how far both projects have already come and are looking forward to seeing what’s next!

AGREED is a 2-year project which aims at strengthening the capacity of Moldovan local authorities to perform a transparent and participatory governance in their communities, with a specific reference to the policy-making process related to the local decentralisation reform.

Media Dialogue is an 18-month EU-funded project based in Kyrgyzstan which wishes to strengthen the capacity and responsibility of media actors to operate as drivers of democracy and to prevent potential conflicts during the October 2020 parliamentary elections.


On the resilience of diverse communities in times of crisis: ALDA at an EMEN webinar

In the framework of the third annual event of the EMEN (European Migrants Entrepreneurship Network) project, the EMEN Consortium has been hosting a series of webinars with the common theme of “Unlocking diversity” on each Monday of June.

With a focus on the noteworthy added value that diversity brings to our societies, each webinar in the series analyses the way that diversity specifically contributes to the development of new businesses and to the better inclusion and integration of vulnerable groups into society and cities – in line with the engagement of the EMEN Consortium in creating an effective ecosystem at the EU level in support of migrant entrepreneurs through the setting up of three Communities of Practice, i.e. coaching and mentoring; access to finance; and professionalisation of migrant entrepreneurs’ associations.

On Monday, June 15th, in particular, the second webinar was held with ALDA’s participation on the topic of “Resilience of diverse cities and communities in times of crisis“.

The session produced an insightful discussion on the crucial role of local authorities in facing the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic on their territories, as well as in keeping up with related challenges like the reduction of inequalities, or the need for digitization: in a context of crisis and swift changes, it was argued, cities and communities are – more than ever – the pivotal stakeholders in sustaining and promoting diversity and integration at the local level.

Panelists included

  • Professor Maurice Crul, who presented the “Becoming a minority” project on the lives of people without a migration background in ethnically diverse neighborhoods in six pilot cities in Europe, and pointed out that diversity benefits community life both economically and socially;
  • Irena Guidikova, Head of the Inclusion and Anti Discrimination Programme at the Conseil de l'Europe, who discussed how the Intercultural Cities Programme of the CoE reveals that “unlocking diversity” is most definitely the way to reduce inequalities, develop cities’ potentiality and positively contribute to everyone’s living;
  • et ALDA Secretary-General Antonella Valmorbida, who detailed the many lessons that should be learned from the ongoing health emergency, and presented both EMEN and other ALDA projects with the aim to foster diversity and promote inclusion at the local level – namely WEMIN, Integration and Empowerment of Migrant and Refugee Women; ÉPIQUE, European Platform of integrating Cities; and CITRON VERT, Labour Integration for Migrant Employment.

It is in fact ALDA’s strong belief that local communities are without doubt the first place of action for positive changes, and Antonella Valmorbida also highlighted how the synergies between local authorities and civil society should be more and more enhanced in this Covid-19 outbreak as they have proved to be most effective for effective reaction. This reflects the very core of ALDA’s mission, too: the strengthening of the resilience of local communities and the promotion of diversity.

This episode of the EMEN webinar series can now be watched ICI, on the Youtube channel of EMEN lead partners AEIDL, the European Association for Information on Local Development.

EMEN – European Migrants Entrepreneurship Network: crossing borders for financial and business development services is a 3-year project within the COSME programme with a 12-partner Consortium which works on developing, sharing and promoting support schemes for individual migrant entrepreneurs and for social and inclusive enterprises benefitting migrants.

Visit the dedicated project website: www.emen-project.eu.

In the framework of the third annual event of the EMEN (European Migrants Entrepreneurship Network) project, the EMEN Consortium has been hosting a series of webinars with the common theme of “Unlocking diversity” on each Monday of June.

With a focus on the noteworthy added value that diversity brings to our societies, each webinar in the series analyses the way that diversity specifically contributes to the development of new businesses and to the better inclusion and integration of vulnerable groups into society and cities – in line with the engagement of the EMEN Consortium in creating an effective ecosystem at the EU level in support of migrant entrepreneurs through the setting up of three Communities of Practice, i.e. coaching and mentoring; access to finance; and professionalisation of migrant entrepreneurs’ associations.

On Monday, June 15th, in particular, the second webinar was held with ALDA’s participation on the topic of “Resilience of diverse cities and communities in times of crisis“.

The session produced an insightful discussion on the crucial role of local authorities in facing the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic on their territories, as well as in keeping up with related challenges like the reduction of inequalities, or the need for digitization: in a context of crisis and swift changes, it was argued, cities and communities are – more than ever – the pivotal stakeholders in sustaining and promoting diversity and integration at the local level.

Panelists included

  • Professor Maurice Crul, who presented the “Becoming a minority” project on the lives of people without a migration background in ethnically diverse neighborhoods in six pilot cities in Europe, and pointed out that diversity benefits community life both economically and socially;
  • Irena Guidikova, Head of the Inclusion and Anti Discrimination Programme at the Conseil de l'Europe, who discussed how the Intercultural Cities Programme of the CoE reveals that “unlocking diversity” is most definitely the way to reduce inequalities, develop cities’ potentiality and positively contribute to everyone’s living;
  • et ALDA Secretary-General Antonella Valmorbida, who detailed the many lessons that should be learned from the ongoing health emergency, and presented both EMEN and other ALDA projects with the aim to foster diversity and promote inclusion at the local level – namely WEMIN, Integration and Empowerment of Migrant and Refugee Women; ÉPIQUE, European Platform of integrating Cities; and CITRON VERT, Labour Integration for Migrant Employment.

It is in fact ALDA’s strong belief that local communities are without doubt the first place of action for positive changes, and Antonella Valmorbida also highlighted how the synergies between local authorities and civil society should be more and more enhanced in this Covid-19 outbreak as they have proved to be most effective for effective reaction. This reflects the very core of ALDA’s mission, too: the strengthening of the resilience of local communities and the promotion of diversity.

This episode of the EMEN webinar series can now be watched ICI, on the Youtube channel of EMEN lead partners AEIDL, the European Association for Information on Local Development.

EMEN – European Migrants Entrepreneurship Network: crossing borders for financial and business development services is a 3-year project within the COSME programme with a 12-partner Consortium which works on developing, sharing and promoting support schemes for individual migrant entrepreneurs and for social and inclusive enterprises benefitting migrants.

Visit the dedicated project website: www.emen-project.eu.


International Open Tender Procedure for “SERVICE of a Pan-European survey”

WeWorld GVC, active in 29 world countries, has received a grant from the European Commission and it intends to launch an INTERNATIONAL TENDER PROCEDURE in the framework of the project entitled “End Climate Change, Start Climate of Change #ClimateOfChange. A Pan-European Campaign to build a better future for climate induced migrants, the human face of climate change – Grant Contract CSO – LA/2019/410-153” (DEAR Programme).

Service to be provided

The subject of this tender procedure is the execution of the following service: a tailored survey on perception and knowledge of the nexus between migration, climate change and the current economic model of young citizens (aged 16-35) in 23 EU countries (Italy, France, Greece, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Belgium plus Slovenia, Malta, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ireland, The Netherlands and Romania).

Instructions to bid and the full procedure is comprehensively explained in the Tender Dossier.

The Tender Dossier will be available only via email and on request to the following email address: natalia.lupi@gvc.weworld.it et federica.massanova@weworld.it from Wednesday 17th June 2020 to Thursday 9th July 2020.

The deadline for tender submissions is Thursday 16th of July 2020, at 18:00 (CEST). Additional information or clarifications will be published on WeWorld GVC website.

Eligible bidders must submit the Tender Dossier by required deadline, Tender Dossiers sent after the deadline will not be considered.

ALDA is project partner of the Climate of Change project, of which WeWorld is the lead partner. Please find the original article ICI.

WeWorld GVC, active in 29 world countries, has received a grant from the European Commission and it intends to launch an INTERNATIONAL TENDER PROCEDURE in the framework of the project entitled “End Climate Change, Start Climate of Change #ClimateOfChange. A Pan-European Campaign to build a better future for climate induced migrants, the human face of climate change – Grant Contract CSO – LA/2019/410-153” (DEAR Programme).

Service to be provided

The subject of this tender procedure is the execution of the following service: a tailored survey on perception and knowledge of the nexus between migration, climate change and the current economic model of young citizens (aged 16-35) in 23 EU countries (Italy, France, Greece, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Belgium plus Slovenia, Malta, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ireland, The Netherlands and Romania).

Instructions to bid and the full procedure is comprehensively explained in the Tender Dossier.

The Tender Dossier will be available only via email and on request to the following email address: natalia.lupi@gvc.weworld.it et federica.massanova@weworld.it from Wednesday 17th June 2020 to Thursday 9th July 2020.

The deadline for tender submissions is Thursday 16th of July 2020, at 18:00 (CEST). Additional information or clarifications will be published on WeWorld GVC website.

Eligible bidders must submit the Tender Dossier by required deadline, Tender Dossiers sent after the deadline will not be considered.

ALDA is project partner of the Climate of Change project, of which WeWorld is the lead partner. Please find the original article ICI.


Why should I care? A question by the Regional Youth Compact for Europe project

Why should I care?” is the title of two short but intense film clips produced within the Regional Youth Compact for Europe project.

The young people involved in the videos draw attention to key issues that matter to them. The campaign puts together a selection of great awareness messages in order to inspire people to take action, as youngsters take a stance against corruption, pollution, hate speech, abuse of power and the need to leave their countries forever. At the same time, they fight for better education, easier mobility, more opportunities for employment, more freedom and genuine democracy.

You can watch the videos on the project’s YouTube channel: first video | second video.

Le Regional Youth Compact for Europe project is implemented by ALDA together with the Fondation du Centre pour la démocratie, la Balkan Network for Local Democracy, CRTA, Youth Act et Sodem Turkey; and funded by the European Union and the Balkan Trust for Democracy, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Why should I care?” is the title of two short but intense film clips produced within the Regional Youth Compact for Europe project.

The young people involved in the videos draw attention to key issues that matter to them. The campaign puts together a selection of great awareness messages in order to inspire people to take action, as youngsters take a stance against corruption, pollution, hate speech, abuse of power and the need to leave their countries forever. At the same time, they fight for better education, easier mobility, more opportunities for employment, more freedom and genuine democracy.

You can watch the videos on the project’s YouTube channel: first video | second video.

Le Regional Youth Compact for Europe project is implemented by ALDA together with the Fondation du Centre pour la démocratie, la Balkan Network for Local Democracy, CRTA, Youth Act et Sodem Turkey; and funded by the European Union and the Balkan Trust for Democracy, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States.


Discover the project “The Rude Awakening” at the PiXii Festival 2020!

Melting point for innovative ideas and creative digital tools, the 2020 edition of the PiXii Festival will be the occasion for many to discover the European project The Rude Awakening which ALDA is partner of. From June 22nd to 25th the Festival, initially planned to be in La Rochelle (France), will go online for the first time. In collaboration with the 31st edition of the Sunny side of the Doc, it will be the meeting of innovative stories, digital installations, creative documentaries and immersive technologies. 

PiXii is, in fact, an international festival for digital cultures giving a business and creative view of the power of virtual reality, 3D imaging, Apps and so on, to enhance museums, heritage institutions and cultural centres experiences. One of the focuses of the festival is storytelling, and the festival has become well renowned on the digital and creative scene.

Fondazione Belvedere-Gschwent et 101 Percento are invited to participate in this international and online event and, during the History and Heritage session, the participants will hence be able to discover the ALDA European project Le réveil brutal led by the Foundation, and learn about the use of digital tools to tell History.

"The Rude Awakening – a multimedia journey in the footsteps of frontline soldiers’ everyday life” aims to raise the awareness and interest of younger generations (between 13 to 20 years old) on the topic of war and peace. With the support of digital and audiovisual contents based on the stories of WWI soldiers, “The Rude Awakening” wants to lead a new educational and emotional perspective on war and peace, whereby visitors will learn by doing as they fill the shoes of a soldier all along the museum visit, thus better understanding war memories and soldier life thanks to technology. It’s a co-funded project by the European Union MEDIA programme, a sub-programme of Europe créative.

For more information on the project and how to join it, please contact artistic Director, Mr Renzo Carbonera: progetti@fortebelvedere.org.

Melting point for innovative ideas and creative digital tools, the 2020 edition of the PiXii Festival will be the occasion for many to discover the European project The Rude Awakening which ALDA is partner of. From June 22nd to 25th the Festival, initially planned to be in La Rochelle (France), will go online for the first time. In collaboration with the 31st edition of the Sunny side of the Doc, it will be the meeting of innovative stories, digital installations, creative documentaries and immersive technologies. 

PiXii is, in fact, an international festival for digital cultures giving a business and creative view of the power of virtual reality, 3D imaging, Apps and so on, to enhance museums, heritage institutions and cultural centres experiences. One of the focuses of the festival is storytelling, and the festival has become well renowned on the digital and creative scene.

Fondazione Belvedere-Gschwent et 101 Percento are invited to participate in this international and online event and, during the History and Heritage session, the participants will hence be able to discover the ALDA European project Le réveil brutal led by the Foundation, and learn about the use of digital tools to tell History.

"The Rude Awakening – a multimedia journey in the footsteps of frontline soldiers’ everyday life” aims to raise the awareness and interest of younger generations (between 13 to 20 years old) on the topic of war and peace. With the support of digital and audiovisual contents based on the stories of WWI soldiers, “The Rude Awakening” wants to lead a new educational and emotional perspective on war and peace, whereby visitors will learn by doing as they fill the shoes of a soldier all along the museum visit, thus better understanding war memories and soldier life thanks to technology. It’s a co-funded project by the European Union MEDIA programme, a sub-programme of Europe créative.

For more information on the project and how to join it, please contact artistic Director, Mr Renzo Carbonera: progetti@fortebelvedere.org.


Ivo Andric in Herceg Novi again

The Mayor of Herceg Novi and cultural institutions of the city favour the establishment of the eco-museum and community museum model 

Representatives of the Agence de la démocratie locale Monténégro met with the Mayor of Herceg Novi, Stevan Katic, to discuss the evolution of the CoCoTour project’s realization. The main topics were: the time-frame activities, the financial dynamics of the project and the modalities of involving the institutions in the concept of a “community museum”. The meeting was attended by representatives of the institutions relevant to the project’s following activities and its future life: Gordana Krcunović on behalf of the cultural institution Herceg Fest, and Jovan Subotić and Simonida Kordić from the Municipal Office for International Cooperation.

The CoCoTour project aims to safeguard, enhance and promote the natural and cultural heritage of COastal COmmunities by boosting the eco-museum model aiming at smart and sustainable TOURism management.

In this framework, Nobel Laureate Ivo Andrić‘s house will be a starting point for the community museum and eco-museum, based on the model LDA Montenegro is developing by carefully analyzing the interests of the local community, mapping sites representing authentic points of interest in light of historical, cultural and natural heritage. Apart from the locations, a special focus is given to the intangible cultural wealth of Herceg Novi, its legends, specialties and the current, but inadequately promoted offer and local “pearls”.

After visiting the project partners, the team of LDA Montenegro held meetings with stakeholders and various touristic actors who will promote and help the valorization of the territory through specific local products – one of the project’s results. An interactive application of the community museum is currently being developed implying the creation of touristic routes within this concept rich in story-telling and multimedia content, while nurturing the principles of accessibility.

This was followed by an additional research on potential points of interest of the community museum which represents an innovation in this part of the Mediterranean, and places Herceg Novi with 4 other eco-museums and port museums: Messolonghi and Corfu in Greece, Himara in Albania and Tricase in Italy.

The CoCo Tour project is co-financed through the Albania-Italy-Montenegro Cross-Border IPA Program and by the Ministry of Public Administration of Montenegro.

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Ivo Andric une fois de plus à Herceg Novi

Le maire de Herceg Novi et les institutions culturelles de la ville sont favorables à la création d’un écomusée sur un modèle de musée communautaire.

Des représentants de l’Agence de Démocratie Locale du Monténégro ont rencontré le maire de Herceg Novi, Stevan Katic, afin d’échanger sur les prochaines étapes pour la réalisation du projet CoCoTour. Les principaux sujets portaient sur le calendrier des activités, les dynamiques financières du projet et les modalités pour impliquer les institutions dans le concept de «musée communautaire». Des représentants des institutions concernées par les prochaines activités ont participé à la rencontre: Gordana Krcunović, au nom de l’institution culturelle Herceg Fest ainsi que Jovan Subotić et Simonida Kordić du Cabinet Municipal pour la Coopération Internationale.

Le projet CoCoTour a pour objectif de protéger, développer et promouvoir le patrimoine culturel et naturel des COmmunautés COtières en renforçant le modèle de l’écomusée pour aménager un TOURisme intelligent et durable.

Dans ce cadre, la maison du lauréat du prix Nobel Ivo Andrić sera un point de départ pour le musée communautaire et l’écomusée basé sur le modèle que l’ADL Monténégro est en train de développer par une analyse minutieuse des centres d’intérêt de la communauté locale, la cartographie des sites représentant d’authentiques points d’intérêts à la lumière du patrimoine historique, culturel et naturel. En dehors de ces espaces, une attention spéciale est apportée au riche patrimoine immatériel de Herceg Novi, ses légendes, spécialités ainsi qu’à l’offre actuelle mais néanmoins insuffisamment promue de ses «perles» locales.

Après avoir rendu visite aux partenaires du projet, l’équipe de l’ADL Monténégro a organisé des rencontres avec les parties prenantes et différents acteurs touristiques qui souhaiteront promouvoir et apporter leur aide afin de mettre en valeur le territoire à travers certains produits locaux, il s’agit là d’un des résultats du projet. Une application interactive du musée communautaire actuellement en développement, elle impliquera la création de routes touristiques au sein de ce concept riche en narrations et en contenu multimédia, tout en favorisant les principes d’accessibilité.

Cela a été suivi d’une recherche complémentaire sur les potentiels points d’intérêts du musée communautaire qui représentent une innovation dans cette partie de l’espace méditerranéen et intègre Herceg Novi à 4 autres écomusées et musées portuaires : Missolonghi et Corfou en Grèce, Himarë en Albanie et Tricase en Italie.

Le projet CoCOTour est co-financé par le Programme transfrontalier IPA Albanie-Italie-Monténégro et par le Ministère de l’Administration Publique du Monténégro.

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Ivo Andric di ritorno a Herceg Novi

Il sindaco di Herceg Novi e le istituzioni culturali della città favoriscono l’istituzione dell’ecomuseo e del modello di museo comunitario.

I rappresentanti dell’Agenzia per la Democrazia Locale Montenegro hanno incontrato il sindaco di Herceg Novi, Stevan Katic, per discutere dell’evoluzione della realizzazione del progetto CoCoTour. Gli argomenti principali sono stati il calendario delle attività, le dinamiche finanziarie del progetto e le modalità di coinvolgimento delle istituzioni nel concetto di “museo comunitario”. All’incontro hanno partecipato i rappresentanti delle istituzioni pertinenti alle attività del progetto e alla sua vita futura: Gordana Krcunović per conto dell’istituzione culturale Herceg Fest, e Jovan Subotić e Simonida Kordić dell’Ufficio municipale per la cooperazione internazionale.

Il progetto CoCoTour mira a salvaguardare, migliorare e promuovere il patrimonio naturale e culturale delle COmunità COstiere promuovendo il modello di ecomuseo finalizzato alla gestione del TURismo intelligente e sostenibile.

In questo contesto, la casa del premio Nobel Ivo Andrić sarà un punto di partenza per il museo comunitario e l’ecomuseo, basato sul modello che l’ADL Montenegro sta sviluppando, analizzando attentamente gli interessi della comunità locale, mappando i siti che rappresentano autentici punti di interesse per il patrimonio storico, culturale e naturale. Oltre alle località, viene data particolare attenzione alla ricchezza culturale immateriale di Herceg Novi, le sue leggende, le specialità e l’attuale ma inadeguatamente promossa offerta e “perle” locali.

Dopo aver visitato i partner del progetto, il team dell’ADL Montenegro ha tenuto degli incontri con le parti interessate e i vari attori turistici che promuoveranno e aiuteranno la valorizzazione del territorio attraverso specifici prodotti locali, uno dei risultati del progetto. Un’applicazione interattiva del museo comunitario è attualmente in fase di sviluppo, il che implica la creazione di percorsi turistici all’interno di questo concetto ricco di racconti e contenuti multimediali, pur alimentando i principi di accessibilità.

A ciò è seguita un’ulteriore ricerca sui potenziali punti di interesse del museo comunitario che rappresenta un’innovazione in questa parte del Mediterraneo e colloca Herceg Novi con altri 4 eco-musei e musei portuali: Messolonghi e Corfù in Grecia, Himara in Albania e Tricase in Italia.

Il progetto CoCo Tour è cofinanziato attraverso il Programma Albania-Italy-Montenegro Cross-Border IPA e dal Ministero della Pubblica Amministrazione del Montenegro.

русский

Иво Андрик снова в Герцег-Нови

Мэр Херцег-Нови и учреждения культуры города выступают за создание модели эко-музея и общинного музея

Представители Агентства местной демократии Черногории встретились с мэром города Херцег-Нови Стеваном Катичем, чтобы обсудить ход реализации проекта CoCoTour. Основными темами были: временные рамки деятельности, финансовая динамика проекта и способы вовлечения учреждений в концепцию “общинного музея”. На встрече присутствовали представители учреждений, имеющих отношение к следующим мероприятиям проекта и его будущей жизни: Гордана Кркунович от имени учреждения культуры Херцег Фест, а также Йован Суботич и Симонида Кордич из муниципального управления международного сотрудничества.

Проект CoCoTour направлен на охрану, улучшение и популяризацию природного и культурного наследия прибрежных сообществ путем развития модели эко-музея, направленной на разумное и устойчивое управление ТУРизмом.

В этом контексте дом Нобелевского лауреата Иво Андрича станет отправной точкой для общинного музея и эко-музея, основанного на модели, которую агентство местной демократии разрабатывает в Черногории, путем тщательного анализа интересов местного сообщества, картирования сайтов, представляющих подлинные достопримечательности в свете исторического, культурного и природного наследия. Помимо мест, особое внимание уделяется нематериальному культурному богатству Герцег-Нови, его легендам, особенностям и текущему, но недостаточно рекламируемому предложению и местным ”жемчужинам”.

После посещения партнеров проекта, команда агентства местной демократии в Черногории провела встречи с заинтересованными сторонами и различными туристическими актерами, которые будут способствовать и помогать повышению ценности территории с помощью конкретных местных продуктов – один из результатов проекта. В настоящее время разрабатывается интерактивное приложение к общественному музею, подразумевающее создание туристических маршрутов в рамках этой концепции, богатой рассказывающим истории и мультимедийным контентом, при одновременном развитии принципов доступности.

За этим последовало дополнительное исследование потенциальных объектов, представляющих интерес для общинного музея, который представляет собой новшество в этой части Средиземного моря, и ставит Герцег-Нови в один ряд с 4 другими эко-музеями и портовыми музеями: Мессолонги и Корфу в Греции, Химара в Албании и Трикаса в Италии.

Проект CoCo Tour совместно финансируется через трансграничную программу IPA Албания-Италия-Черногория и Министерством государственного управления Черногории.

srpski

Ivo Andrić ponovo u Herceg Novom

Gradonačelnik Herceg Novog i kulturne institucije grada favorizuju uspostavlјanje modela ekološkog muzeja i muzeja u zajednici

Predstavnici Agencije lokalne demokratije Nikšić sastali su se sa gradonačelnikom Herceg Novog Stevanom Katićem kako bi razgovarali o evoluciji realizacije “CoCoTour” projekta. Glavne teme bile su: vremenski okvir aktivnosti, finansijska dinamika projekta i modaliteti uklјučivanja institucija u koncept „muzeja u zajednici“. Sastanku su prisustvovali predstavnici institucija relevantnih za buduće aktivnosti projekta i njegov budući život: Gordana Krcunović u ime kulturne institucije Herceg Fest, i Jovan Subotić i Simonida Kordić iz opštinske kancelarije za međunarodnu saradnju.

Projekt “CoCoTour” ima za cilј očuvanje, unapređenje i promociju prirodnog i kulturnog nasleđa obalskih zajednica, jačanjem modela eko muzeja sa cilјem pametnog i održivog upravlјanja turizmom.

U tom okviru, kuća nobelovca Ive Andrića biće polazna tačka za muzej i eko-muzej u zajednici, LDA Nikšić razvija ovaj model pažlјivom analizom interesa lokalne zajednice, mapiranjem lokacija koje predstavlјaju autentične tačke interesa u svetlu istorijske, kulturne i prirodne baštine. Osim lokacija, poseban fokus je posvećen nematerijalnom kulturnom bogatstvu Herceg Novog, njegovim legendama, specijalitetima i trenutnom, ali neadekvatno promovisanom ponudom i lokalnim “biserima”.

Nakon posete projektnim partnerima, tim LDA Nikšić održao je sastanke sa zainteresovanim stranama i različitim turističkim akterima koji će promovisati i pružiti pomoć u valorizaciji teritorije putem određenih lokalnih proizvoda – jedan od rezultata projekta. Interaktivna aplikacija muzeja zajednice se trenutno razvija i podrazumeva stvaranje turističkih ruta u okviru ovog koncepta pripovedanja i multimedijalnih sadržaja.

Usledilo je dodatno istraživanje potencijalnih tačaka interesa muzeja u zajednici koji predstavlјa inovaciju u ovom delu Mediterana, a Herceg Novi je jedan od 5 eko-muzeja i lučkih muzeja uz: Messolonghi i Krf u Grčkoj, Himara u Albaniji i Tricase u Italiji.

Projekat “CoCo Tour” sufinansiran je kroz Albanija-Italija-Crna Gora – pregogranični IPA projekat i Ministarstvo javne uprave Crne Gore.

 

العربية

 إيفو أندريك في هيرسيغ نوفي مرة أخرى

عمدة هرسك نوفي والمؤسسات الثقافية في المدينة  يصممون  إنشاء متحف بيئي ومتحف نموذجي  مجتمعي

 

التقى ممثلو الوكالة المحلية الديمقراطية بالجبل الأسود مع عمدة هيرسيغ نوفي ، ستيفان كاتيك ، لمناقشة تطور مشروع  كوكو تور. وكانت المواضيع الرئيسية هي: أنشطة الإطار الزمني ، والديناميات المالية للمشروع وطرائق إشراك المؤسسات في مفهوم “متحف المجتمع”. حضر الاجتماع ممثلون عن المؤسسات ذات صلة بالأنشطة التالية للمشروع وحياته المستقبلية: جوردانا كركونوفيتش نيابة عن المؤسسة الثقافية ، جوفان سوبوتيك ,سيمونيد كورشيك وهرسيج فاس عن مكتب البلدية للتعاون الدولي

يهدف مشروع كوكو تور إلى حماية وتعزيز التراث الطبيعي والثقافي للمجتمعات القاطنة على السواحل البحرية و ذلك من خلال تقويم

نموذج  المتحف البيئي الذي يهدف إلى إدارة ذكية ومستدامة للسياحة٠

في هذا الإطار ، سيكون منزل الحائز على جائزة نوبل إيفو أندريو نقطة انطلاق لمتحف المجتمع والمتحف البيئي ، استنادًا على النموذج الذي  الذي تقوم بتطويره الوكالة المحلية للديمقراطية بالجبل الأسود,من خلال تحليل مصالح المجتمع المحلي  بالاعتناء ورسم خرائط المواقع  ذات أهمية تاريخية،ثقفية و طبيعية.  وبصرف النظر عن المواقع ، يتم التركيز بشكل خاص على الثروة الثقافية الغير الملموسة لهرسك نوفي  من من آساطير،تخصصات ,العروض الحالية التي لا يتم الترويج لها بشكل كافٍ و “اللؤلؤ” المحلي

بعد زيارة شركاء المشروع عقد فريق الوكالة المحلية للديمقراطية بالجبل الأسود اجتماعات مع أصحاب المصلحة ومختلف الجهات السياحية التي تشجع وتساعد على تثمين الإقليم من خلال منتجات محلية محدد

يتم حاليًا تطوير تطبيق تفاعلي لمتحف المجتمع مما يعني إنشاء مسارات سياحية ضمن هذا المفهوم الغني بمحتوى سرد القصص و متعدد الوسائط مع آخذ بعين الإعتبار مبدأ تيسير الوصول٠

وأعقب ذلك بحث إضافي حول نقاط الاهتمام المحتملة لمتحف المجتمع الذي يمثل ابتكارًا هاما في منطقة المتوسط.  حيث تحتل هرسك

نوفي الآن  المرتبة الرابعة  متوسطيا  بعد ميسولونغي وكورفو في اليونان ، هيمارا في ألبانيا و تريكاسي  في إيطاليا.

تم تمويل مشروع كوكو تور بشكل مشترك عبر الحدود بين ألبانيا وإيطاليا والجبل الأسود ووزارة الإدارة العامة للجبل الأسود من خلال برنامج IPA.

The Mayor of Herceg Novi and cultural institutions of the city favour the establishment of the eco-museum and community museum model 

Representatives of the Agence de la démocratie locale Monténégro met with the Mayor of Herceg Novi, Stevan Katic, to discuss the evolution of the CoCoTour project’s realization. The main topics were: the time-frame activities, the financial dynamics of the project and the modalities of involving the institutions in the concept of a “community museum”. The meeting was attended by representatives of the institutions relevant to the project’s following activities and its future life: Gordana Krcunović on behalf of the cultural institution Herceg Fest, and Jovan Subotić and Simonida Kordić from the Municipal Office for International Cooperation.

The CoCoTour project aims to safeguard, enhance and promote the natural and cultural heritage of COastal COmmunities by boosting the eco-museum model aiming at smart and sustainable TOURism management.

In this framework, Nobel Laureate Ivo Andrić‘s house will be a starting point for the community museum and eco-museum, based on the model LDA Montenegro is developing by carefully analyzing the interests of the local community, mapping sites representing authentic points of interest in light of historical, cultural and natural heritage. Apart from the locations, a special focus is given to the intangible cultural wealth of Herceg Novi, its legends, specialties and the current, but inadequately promoted offer and local “pearls”.

After visiting the project partners, the team of LDA Montenegro held meetings with stakeholders and various touristic actors who will promote and help the valorization of the territory through specific local products – one of the project’s results. An interactive application of the community museum is currently being developed implying the creation of touristic routes within this concept rich in story-telling and multimedia content, while nurturing the principles of accessibility.

This was followed by an additional research on potential points of interest of the community museum which represents an innovation in this part of the Mediterranean, and places Herceg Novi with 4 other eco-museums and port museums: Messolonghi and Corfu in Greece, Himara in Albania and Tricase in Italy.

The CoCo Tour project is co-financed through the Albania-Italy-Montenegro Cross-Border IPA Program and by the Ministry of Public Administration of Montenegro.

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Ivo Andric une fois de plus à Herceg Novi

Le maire de Herceg Novi et les institutions culturelles de la ville sont favorables à la création d’un écomusée sur un modèle de musée communautaire.

Des représentants de l’Agence de Démocratie Locale du Monténégro ont rencontré le maire de Herceg Novi, Stevan Katic, afin d’échanger sur les prochaines étapes pour la réalisation du projet CoCoTour. Les principaux sujets portaient sur le calendrier des activités, les dynamiques financières du projet et les modalités pour impliquer les institutions dans le concept de «musée communautaire». Des représentants des institutions concernées par les prochaines activités ont participé à la rencontre: Gordana Krcunović, au nom de l’institution culturelle Herceg Fest ainsi que Jovan Subotić et Simonida Kordić du Cabinet Municipal pour la Coopération Internationale.

Le projet CoCoTour a pour objectif de protéger, développer et promouvoir le patrimoine culturel et naturel des COmmunautés COtières en renforçant le modèle de l’écomusée pour aménager un TOURisme intelligent et durable.

Dans ce cadre, la maison du lauréat du prix Nobel Ivo Andrić sera un point de départ pour le musée communautaire et l’écomusée basé sur le modèle que l’ADL Monténégro est en train de développer par une analyse minutieuse des centres d’intérêt de la communauté locale, la cartographie des sites représentant d’authentiques points d’intérêts à la lumière du patrimoine historique, culturel et naturel. En dehors de ces espaces, une attention spéciale est apportée au riche patrimoine immatériel de Herceg Novi, ses légendes, spécialités ainsi qu’à l’offre actuelle mais néanmoins insuffisamment promue de ses «perles» locales.

Après avoir rendu visite aux partenaires du projet, l’équipe de l’ADL Monténégro a organisé des rencontres avec les parties prenantes et différents acteurs touristiques qui souhaiteront promouvoir et apporter leur aide afin de mettre en valeur le territoire à travers certains produits locaux, il s’agit là d’un des résultats du projet. Une application interactive du musée communautaire actuellement en développement, elle impliquera la création de routes touristiques au sein de ce concept riche en narrations et en contenu multimédia, tout en favorisant les principes d’accessibilité.

Cela a été suivi d’une recherche complémentaire sur les potentiels points d’intérêts du musée communautaire qui représentent une innovation dans cette partie de l’espace méditerranéen et intègre Herceg Novi à 4 autres écomusées et musées portuaires : Missolonghi et Corfou en Grèce, Himarë en Albanie et Tricase en Italie.

Le projet CoCOTour est co-financé par le Programme transfrontalier IPA Albanie-Italie-Monténégro et par le Ministère de l’Administration Publique du Monténégro.

italiano

Ivo Andric di ritorno a Herceg Novi

Il sindaco di Herceg Novi e le istituzioni culturali della città favoriscono l’istituzione dell’ecomuseo e del modello di museo comunitario.

I rappresentanti dell’Agenzia per la Democrazia Locale Montenegro hanno incontrato il sindaco di Herceg Novi, Stevan Katic, per discutere dell’evoluzione della realizzazione del progetto CoCoTour. Gli argomenti principali sono stati il calendario delle attività, le dinamiche finanziarie del progetto e le modalità di coinvolgimento delle istituzioni nel concetto di “museo comunitario”. All’incontro hanno partecipato i rappresentanti delle istituzioni pertinenti alle attività del progetto e alla sua vita futura: Gordana Krcunović per conto dell’istituzione culturale Herceg Fest, e Jovan Subotić e Simonida Kordić dell’Ufficio municipale per la cooperazione internazionale.

Il progetto CoCoTour mira a salvaguardare, migliorare e promuovere il patrimonio naturale e culturale delle COmunità COstiere promuovendo il modello di ecomuseo finalizzato alla gestione del TURismo intelligente e sostenibile.

In questo contesto, la casa del premio Nobel Ivo Andrić sarà un punto di partenza per il museo comunitario e l’ecomuseo, basato sul modello che l’ADL Montenegro sta sviluppando, analizzando attentamente gli interessi della comunità locale, mappando i siti che rappresentano autentici punti di interesse per il patrimonio storico, culturale e naturale. Oltre alle località, viene data particolare attenzione alla ricchezza culturale immateriale di Herceg Novi, le sue leggende, le specialità e l’attuale ma inadeguatamente promossa offerta e “perle” locali.

Dopo aver visitato i partner del progetto, il team dell’ADL Montenegro ha tenuto degli incontri con le parti interessate e i vari attori turistici che promuoveranno e aiuteranno la valorizzazione del territorio attraverso specifici prodotti locali, uno dei risultati del progetto. Un’applicazione interattiva del museo comunitario è attualmente in fase di sviluppo, il che implica la creazione di percorsi turistici all’interno di questo concetto ricco di racconti e contenuti multimediali, pur alimentando i principi di accessibilità.

A ciò è seguita un’ulteriore ricerca sui potenziali punti di interesse del museo comunitario che rappresenta un’innovazione in questa parte del Mediterraneo e colloca Herceg Novi con altri 4 eco-musei e musei portuali: Messolonghi e Corfù in Grecia, Himara in Albania e Tricase in Italia.

Il progetto CoCo Tour è cofinanziato attraverso il Programma Albania-Italy-Montenegro Cross-Border IPA e dal Ministero della Pubblica Amministrazione del Montenegro.

русский

Иво Андрик снова в Герцег-Нови

Мэр Херцег-Нови и учреждения культуры города выступают за создание модели эко-музея и общинного музея

Представители Агентства местной демократии Черногории встретились с мэром города Херцег-Нови Стеваном Катичем, чтобы обсудить ход реализации проекта CoCoTour. Основными темами были: временные рамки деятельности, финансовая динамика проекта и способы вовлечения учреждений в концепцию “общинного музея”. На встрече присутствовали представители учреждений, имеющих отношение к следующим мероприятиям проекта и его будущей жизни: Гордана Кркунович от имени учреждения культуры Херцег Фест, а также Йован Суботич и Симонида Кордич из муниципального управления международного сотрудничества.

Проект CoCoTour направлен на охрану, улучшение и популяризацию природного и культурного наследия прибрежных сообществ путем развития модели эко-музея, направленной на разумное и устойчивое управление ТУРизмом.

В этом контексте дом Нобелевского лауреата Иво Андрича станет отправной точкой для общинного музея и эко-музея, основанного на модели, которую агентство местной демократии разрабатывает в Черногории, путем тщательного анализа интересов местного сообщества, картирования сайтов, представляющих подлинные достопримечательности в свете исторического, культурного и природного наследия. Помимо мест, особое внимание уделяется нематериальному культурному богатству Герцег-Нови, его легендам, особенностям и текущему, но недостаточно рекламируемому предложению и местным ”жемчужинам”.

После посещения партнеров проекта, команда агентства местной демократии в Черногории провела встречи с заинтересованными сторонами и различными туристическими актерами, которые будут способствовать и помогать повышению ценности территории с помощью конкретных местных продуктов – один из результатов проекта. В настоящее время разрабатывается интерактивное приложение к общественному музею, подразумевающее создание туристических маршрутов в рамках этой концепции, богатой рассказывающим истории и мультимедийным контентом, при одновременном развитии принципов доступности.

За этим последовало дополнительное исследование потенциальных объектов, представляющих интерес для общинного музея, который представляет собой новшество в этой части Средиземного моря, и ставит Герцег-Нови в один ряд с 4 другими эко-музеями и портовыми музеями: Мессолонги и Корфу в Греции, Химара в Албании и Трикаса в Италии.

Проект CoCo Tour совместно финансируется через трансграничную программу IPA Албания-Италия-Черногория и Министерством государственного управления Черногории.

srpski

Ivo Andrić ponovo u Herceg Novom

Gradonačelnik Herceg Novog i kulturne institucije grada favorizuju uspostavlјanje modela ekološkog muzeja i muzeja u zajednici

Predstavnici Agencije lokalne demokratije Nikšić sastali su se sa gradonačelnikom Herceg Novog Stevanom Katićem kako bi razgovarali o evoluciji realizacije “CoCoTour” projekta. Glavne teme bile su: vremenski okvir aktivnosti, finansijska dinamika projekta i modaliteti uklјučivanja institucija u koncept „muzeja u zajednici“. Sastanku su prisustvovali predstavnici institucija relevantnih za buduće aktivnosti projekta i njegov budući život: Gordana Krcunović u ime kulturne institucije Herceg Fest, i Jovan Subotić i Simonida Kordić iz opštinske kancelarije za međunarodnu saradnju.

Projekt “CoCoTour” ima za cilј očuvanje, unapređenje i promociju prirodnog i kulturnog nasleđa obalskih zajednica, jačanjem modela eko muzeja sa cilјem pametnog i održivog upravlјanja turizmom.

U tom okviru, kuća nobelovca Ive Andrića biće polazna tačka za muzej i eko-muzej u zajednici, LDA Nikšić razvija ovaj model pažlјivom analizom interesa lokalne zajednice, mapiranjem lokacija koje predstavlјaju autentične tačke interesa u svetlu istorijske, kulturne i prirodne baštine. Osim lokacija, poseban fokus je posvećen nematerijalnom kulturnom bogatstvu Herceg Novog, njegovim legendama, specijalitetima i trenutnom, ali neadekvatno promovisanom ponudom i lokalnim “biserima”.

Nakon posete projektnim partnerima, tim LDA Nikšić održao je sastanke sa zainteresovanim stranama i različitim turističkim akterima koji će promovisati i pružiti pomoć u valorizaciji teritorije putem određenih lokalnih proizvoda – jedan od rezultata projekta. Interaktivna aplikacija muzeja zajednice se trenutno razvija i podrazumeva stvaranje turističkih ruta u okviru ovog koncepta pripovedanja i multimedijalnih sadržaja.

Usledilo je dodatno istraživanje potencijalnih tačaka interesa muzeja u zajednici koji predstavlјa inovaciju u ovom delu Mediterana, a Herceg Novi je jedan od 5 eko-muzeja i lučkih muzeja uz: Messolonghi i Krf u Grčkoj, Himara u Albaniji i Tricase u Italiji.

Projekat “CoCo Tour” sufinansiran je kroz Albanija-Italija-Crna Gora – pregogranični IPA projekat i Ministarstvo javne uprave Crne Gore.

 

العربية

 إيفو أندريك في هيرسيغ نوفي مرة أخرى

عمدة هرسك نوفي والمؤسسات الثقافية في المدينة  يصممون  إنشاء متحف بيئي ومتحف نموذجي  مجتمعي

 

التقى ممثلو الوكالة المحلية الديمقراطية بالجبل الأسود مع عمدة هيرسيغ نوفي ، ستيفان كاتيك ، لمناقشة تطور مشروع  كوكو تور. وكانت المواضيع الرئيسية هي: أنشطة الإطار الزمني ، والديناميات المالية للمشروع وطرائق إشراك المؤسسات في مفهوم “متحف المجتمع”. حضر الاجتماع ممثلون عن المؤسسات ذات صلة بالأنشطة التالية للمشروع وحياته المستقبلية: جوردانا كركونوفيتش نيابة عن المؤسسة الثقافية ، جوفان سوبوتيك ,سيمونيد كورشيك وهرسيج فاس عن مكتب البلدية للتعاون الدولي

يهدف مشروع كوكو تور إلى حماية وتعزيز التراث الطبيعي والثقافي للمجتمعات القاطنة على السواحل البحرية و ذلك من خلال تقويم

نموذج  المتحف البيئي الذي يهدف إلى إدارة ذكية ومستدامة للسياحة٠

في هذا الإطار ، سيكون منزل الحائز على جائزة نوبل إيفو أندريو نقطة انطلاق لمتحف المجتمع والمتحف البيئي ، استنادًا على النموذج الذي  الذي تقوم بتطويره الوكالة المحلية للديمقراطية بالجبل الأسود,من خلال تحليل مصالح المجتمع المحلي  بالاعتناء ورسم خرائط المواقع  ذات أهمية تاريخية،ثقفية و طبيعية.  وبصرف النظر عن المواقع ، يتم التركيز بشكل خاص على الثروة الثقافية الغير الملموسة لهرسك نوفي  من من آساطير،تخصصات ,العروض الحالية التي لا يتم الترويج لها بشكل كافٍ و “اللؤلؤ” المحلي

بعد زيارة شركاء المشروع عقد فريق الوكالة المحلية للديمقراطية بالجبل الأسود اجتماعات مع أصحاب المصلحة ومختلف الجهات السياحية التي تشجع وتساعد على تثمين الإقليم من خلال منتجات محلية محدد

يتم حاليًا تطوير تطبيق تفاعلي لمتحف المجتمع مما يعني إنشاء مسارات سياحية ضمن هذا المفهوم الغني بمحتوى سرد القصص و متعدد الوسائط مع آخذ بعين الإعتبار مبدأ تيسير الوصول٠

وأعقب ذلك بحث إضافي حول نقاط الاهتمام المحتملة لمتحف المجتمع الذي يمثل ابتكارًا هاما في منطقة المتوسط.  حيث تحتل هرسك

نوفي الآن  المرتبة الرابعة  متوسطيا  بعد ميسولونغي وكورفو في اليونان ، هيمارا في ألبانيا و تريكاسي  في إيطاليا.

تم تمويل مشروع كوكو تور بشكل مشترك عبر الحدود بين ألبانيا وإيطاليا والجبل الأسود ووزارة الإدارة العامة للجبل الأسود من خلال برنامج IPA.


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STAR's international webinar on street art: successes and insights

If we only consider its aesthetics, street art becomes irrelevant. Street art is important and beautiful because of the empowerment and the inspiration it gives to people».

It was with this motivation that over a hundred people got together on June 4th, 2020 to attend the international webinar on “Street art against urban and social marginalization” organized within the STreet ARt project, co-funded by the EU Europe for Citizens programme with the aim to build a network of European cities and promote the power of street art as a tool for increasing citizen participation, connecting people of different cultures, regenerating depressed and abandoned areas and reducing marginalisation.

ALDA, as project partner responsible for communication, supported the organisation and moderation of the webinar, which saw a warm welcome by Paolo Pellizzari, Mayor of the Municipalité d'Arcugnano which is proudly leading the project. The Mayor highlighted the importance of the webinar to stress the role of street art in processes of urban and social inclusion, as well as to share considerations and new perspectives on its potential and impact.

The discussion was then lit by Anna Stolyarova, founder of the Street Art Museum Amsterdam, who introduced the history of the street art movement starting from its definition and going through its perception, acceptance and resistance. The expert explained how street art is an empowering grass-roots participatory movement, “breaking a definition of what could be a place to enjoy art and redefining what can be an art object, throwing the ephemeral into the mix».

Next in line was Mattia Campo Dall’Orto, urban artist who runs workshops with disabled people and refugees while also researching contemporary subcultures, graffiti and street art at the University of Trieste. Through a selection of his projects based on social commitment and local community involvement, Mattia shed the light on the value of street art for reducing social exclusion of minority and vulnerable groups, and promoting social inclusion and multicultural engagement.

Multifaceted, world-renowned Italian artist 2501, in turn, travelled the world with his socially committed work consisting mainly in murals, but also experimented with sculpture, photography and a documentary project called Nomadic Experiment. He shared a number of documentary shots on a reflection on urban regeneration and gentrification processes, rising interesting contradictions and provocations in relation to how street art is wrongly perceived and sometimes exploited for marketing and political purposes.

Last but not least, Stefan Cisti and Claudiu Dutulescu from project partner City of Mioveni discussed participatory methods and approaches to involve citizens in street art initiatives, and underlined how street art promotes civic and multicultural participation at community level; and the entire STAR consortium took participants on a journey into the colourful world of street art through all the initiatives and festivals they implemented locally since the beginning of the project.

All along the webinar Q&A sessions were also encouraged where participants were invited to share their opinions and questions on a virtual mural, which will be kept open for the entire duration of the project with the aim to keep the international debate alive around street art and its role in urban and social regeneration processes. The mural is available (ici.

The STreet ARt project is conducted by the Arcugnano Municipality (Italy) in collaboration with European municipalities and organisations from 14 European countries, including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and the Netherlands.

The recording of this international webinar is now available on the ALDA YouTube channel!

Contact: Nadia Di Iulio, ALDA project manager – starproject@aldaintranet.org

 

 

français

Le webinaire international de STAR sur le street art: réussites et enseignements 

« Si nous prenons uniquement en compte ses esthétiques, le street art devient peu pertinent. Le street art est beau et pertinent par l’émancipation et l’inspiration qu’il apporte aux gens ».

C’est avec cette motivation que plus d’une centaine de personnes se sont réunies le 4 juin 2020 pour participer au webinaire international dont le sujet était : « Le street art contre la marginalisation urbaine et sociale ». Il était organisé dans le cadre du projet STreet ARt, cofinancé par le programme Europe pour les citoyens de l’UE, qui a pour objectif de bâtir un réseau de villes européennes et de promouvoir la puissance du street art comme un outil pour accroître la participation citoyenne, connecter les peuples de différentes cultures, régénérer les espaces abandonnés et moroses mais aussi réduire la marginalisation.

L’ALDA, en tant que partenaire du projet et responsable et de la communication, a soutenu l’organisation et la modération du webinaire, qui a été chaleureusement accueilli par Paolo Pellizzari, maire de la municipalité d’Arcugnano, qui est fière d’être à la tête du projet. Le maire a souligné l’importance du webinaire pour mettre en évidence le rôle du street art dans le processus d’inclusion urbaine et sociale mais aussi pour partager des considérations et de nouvelles perspectives sur son potentiel et son influence.

L’échange a ensuite été animé par Anna Stolyarova, fondatrice du Musée du street art d’Amsterdam, qui a procédé à une introduction de l’histoire du mouvement du street art, depuis sa définition en passant ensuite par sa perception, son acceptation et sa résistance. L’expert a expliqué en quoi le street art est un mouvement participatif d’émancipation populaire. « Créer une rupture dans la définition de ce que peut être un endroit où apprécier l’art et redéfinir ce que peut être un objet d’art, jetant l’éphémère dans la composition ».

La prochaine intervenante était Mattia Campo Dall’Orto, une artiste urbaine qui gère des ateliers pour personnes handicapés et refugiés tout en menant des recherches sur les sous-cultures contemporaines, le graffiti et le street art à l’Université de Trieste. A travers une sélection de ses projets basés sur l’engagement social et la participation de la communauté locale. Mattia a fait la lumière sur l’importance du street art pour réduire l’exclusion sociale des minorités et des groupes vulnérables ainsi que pour promouvoir l’inclusion sociale et l’implication multiculturelle.

L’artiste italien de renommée mondiale aux multiples facettes 2501 a voyagé autour du monde avec son travail socialement engagé qui consiste en des fresques murales mais il a aussi expérimenté à travers la sculpture, la photographie et un projet documentaire nommé Nomadic Experiment. Il a partagé un certain nombre de plans du documentaire sur une réflexion sur la régénération urbaine et sur le processus de gentrification, relevant d’intéressantes contradictions et provocations en relation avec le fait que le street art est faussement perçu et parfois instrumentalisé à des desseins politique ou marketing.

Pour conclure, Stefan Cisti and Claudiu Dutulescu de la ville de Mioveni, partenaire du projet, ont traité des méthodes et approches participatives pour inclure les citoyens dans les initiatives du street art et ont souligné comment le street art promeut la participation civile et multiculturelle à l’échelle de la communauté. L’ensemble du consortium de STAR a emmené les participants dans un voyage autour du monde coloré du street art à travers toutes les initiatives et festivals qu’ils ont mis en œuvre localement depuis le début du projet.

Durant tout le webinaire des sessions de questions-réponses étaient également encouragées, durant lesquelles les participants étaient invités à partager leurs avis et questions sur une peinture murale virtuelle. Cette dernière restera ouverte pendant toute la durée du projet dans l’objectif de maintenir actif ce débat international autour du street art et de son rôle dans le processus de régénération urbaine et sociale. La peinture murale est accessible ici.

Le projet STreet ARt est mené par la municipalité d’Arcugnano (Italie) en coopération avec les municipalités et organisations européennes de 14 pays européens : l’Albanie, la Bosnie-Herzégovine, la République tchèque, la France, l’Allemagne, l’Italie, le Kosovo, la Lettonie, la Pologne, le Portugal, la Roumanie, la Serbie, la Slovénie et les Pays-Bas.

L’enregistrement de ce webinaire international est désormais disponible sur la chaîne Youtube de l’ALDA!

Contact: Nadia Di Iulio, responsable de projet à l’ALDA – starproject@aldaintranet.org

 

italiano

Il webinar internazionale di STAR sulla street art: successi e temi chiave

“Se ne consideriamo solo l’estetica, la street art diventa irrilevante. La street art è importante e bella grazie al potenziamento e all’ispirazione che dà alle persone”.

È con questa motivazione che più di cento persone si sono riunite il 4 giugno 2020 per partecipare al webinar internazionale “Street art contro l’emarginazione urbana e sociale” organizzato nell’ambito del progetto STreet ARt, cofinanziato dal programma L'Europe pour les citoyens dell’UE con l’obiettivo di costruire una rete di città europee e promuovere il potere della street art come strumento per migliorare la partecipazione dei cittadini, unire persone di culture diverse, rigenerare aree depresse e abbandonate e ridurre l’emarginazione.

ALDA, in qualità di partner del progetto responsabile della comunicazione, ha supportato l’organizzazione e la moderazione del webinar, che ha visto un caloroso benvenuto da parte di Paolo Pellizzari, sindaco del Comune di Arcugnano, il quale è orgoglioso di dirigere il progetto. Il sindaco ha sottolineato l’importanza del webinar per sottolineare il ruolo della street art nei processi di inclusione urbana e sociale, nonché per condividere considerazioni e nuove prospettive sul suo potenziale e impatto.

La discussione è stata quindi accesa da Anna Stolyarova, fondatrice dello Street Art Museum di Amsterdam, la quale ha introdotto la storia del movimento della street art a partire dalla sua definizione e attraversando la sua percezione, accettazione e resistenza. L’esperta ha spiegato come la street art sia un movimento partecipativo che abilita le radici, “rompendo una definizione di ciò che potrebbe essere un luogo per godersi l’arte e ridefinendo ciò che può essere un oggetto d’arte, gettando l’effimero nel mix”.

Successivamente è intervenuto Mattia Campo Dall’Orto, artista urbano che organizza laboratori con persone disabili e rifugiati e allo stesso tempo è un ricercatore di sottoculture contemporanee, graffiti e street art all’Università di Trieste. Attraverso una selezione dei suoi progetti basati sull’impegno sociale e il coinvolgimento della comunità locale, Mattia ha fatto luce sul valore della street art per ridurre l’esclusione sociale delle minoranze e dei gruppi vulnerabili e promuovere l’inclusione sociale e l’impegno multiculturale.

L’artista italiano poliedrico di fama mondiale 2501 ha girato il mondo con il suo lavoro, socialmente impegnato principalmente in murales, ma ha anche sperimentato in scultura, fotografia e un documentario chiamato Nomadic Experiment. Ha condiviso una serie di riprese documentarie riguardanti la riflessione sulla rigenerazione urbana e sui processi di gentrificazione, sollevando interessanti contraddizioni e provocazioni in relazione a come la street art viene erroneamente percepita e talvolta sfruttata per scopi politici e di marketing.

Ultimi ma non meno importanti, Stefan Cisti e Claudiu Dutulescu, del partner del progetto City of Mioveni, hanno discusso dei metodi e degli approcci partecipativi per coinvolgere i cittadini nelle iniziative di street art e hanno sottolineato come la street art promuova la partecipazione civica e multiculturale a livello di comunità; e l’intero consorzio STAR ha portato i partecipanti in un viaggio nel colorato mondo della street art attraverso tutte le iniziative e i festival che ha implementato localmente dall’inizio del progetto.

Durante tutto il webinar sono state inoltre incoraggiate sessioni di domande e risposte in cui i partecipanti sono stati invitati a condividere le loro opinioni e domande su un murales virtuale, che sarà attivo per l’intera durata del progetto, con l’obiettivo di mantenere vivo il dibattito internazionale sulla street art e sui suoi ruoli nei processi di rigenerazione urbana e sociale. Il murales è disponibile QUI.

Il progetto STreet ARt è diretto dal Comune di Arcugnano (Italia) in collaborazione con i comuni e le organizzazioni europee di 14 paesi europei, tra cui Albania, Bosnia ed Erzegovina, Repubblica Ceca, Francia, Germania, Italia, Kosovo, Lettonia, Polonia, Portogallo, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia e Paesi Bassi.

La registrazione di questo webinar internazionale è ora disponibile sul canale YouTube di ALDA!

Contatti: Nadia Di Iulio, project manager ALDA – starproject@aldaintranet.org

 

русский

Международный вебинар STAR по уличному искусству: успехи и понимание

”Если рассматривать только эстетику, уличное искусство становится неактуальным. Уличное искусство важно и красиво из-за расширения прав и возможностей и вдохновения, которое оно дает людям”.

Именно с этой мотивацией 4 июня 2020 года более ста человек собрались для участия в международном вебинаре ”Уличное искусство против городской и социальной маргинализации”, организованном в рамках проекта STreet ARt, финансируемого совместно с программой ЕС ”Европа для граждан”с целью построить сеть европейских городов и продвигать силу уличного искусства в качестве инструмента для расширения участия граждан, объединения людей разных культур, восстановления депрессивных и заброшенных районов и сокращения маргинализации.

ALDA, как партнер проекта, ответственный за коммуникацию, поддержал организацию и модерацию вебинара, который был тепло встречен Паоло Пеллиццари, мэром муниципалитета Аркуньяно, который с гордостью возглавляет проект. Мэр отметил важность вебинара, чтобы подчеркнуть роль уличного искусства в процессах интеграции городов и общества, а также поделиться соображениями и новыми взглядами на его потенциал и влияние.

Затем дискуссия была освещена Анной Столяровой, основательницей Музея уличного искусства в Амстердаме, которая представила историю движения уличного искусства, начиная с его определения и заканчивая его восприятием, принятием и сопротивлением. Эксперт объяснил, что уличное искусство – это широкие возможности для участия широких масс, ”ломая определение того, что может быть местом для наслаждения искусством, и переосмысливая то, что может быть художественным объектом, бросая эфемерное в смесь».

Следующим в очереди был Маттиа Кампо Далл’Орто, городской художник, который проводит мастер-классы с инвалидами и беженцами, а также исследует современные субкультуры, граффити и уличное искусство в университете Триеста. Благодаря выбору своих проектов, основанных на социальной приверженности и участии местного сообщества, Маттиа пролил свет на ценность уличного искусства для уменьшения социальной изоляции меньшинств и уязвимых групп, а также для содействия социальной интеграции и мультикультурного участия.

Многогранный, всемирно известный итальянский художник 2501, в свою очередь, путешествовал по миру со своей социально преданной работой, состоящей в основном из фресок, но также экспериментировал со скульптурой, фотографией и документальным проектом под названием ”Кочевой эксперимент”. Он поделился рядом документальных снимков, посвященных размышлениям о процессах возрождения и облагораживания городов, вызывающих интересные противоречия и провокации в отношении того, как уличное искусство неправильно воспринимается и иногда используется в маркетинговых и политических целях.

И последнее, но не менее важное: Стефан Систи и Клаудиу Дутулеску из города-партнера по проекту, город Миовени, обсудили методы участия и подходы к вовлечению граждан в инициативы уличного искусства, а также подчеркнули, как уличное искусство способствует гражданскому и мультикультурному участию на уровне сообщества; и весь консорциум STAR отправил участников в путешествие в красочный мир уличного искусства через все инициативы и фестивали, которые они проводили на местах с самого начала проекта.

На протяжении всего вебинара также поощрялись сессии вопросов и ответов, на которых участникам предлагалось поделиться своими мнениями и вопросами по виртуальной фреске, которая будет открыта на протяжении всего проекта с целью поддержания международных дебатов об уличном искусстве и его роли в городских и социальных процессах возрождения. Фреска доступна здесь.

Проект STreet ARt осуществляется муниципалитетом Аркуньяно (Италия) в сотрудничестве с европейскими муниципалитетами и организациями из 14 европейских стран, включая Албанию, Боснию и Герцеговину, Чехию, Францию, Германию, Италию, Косово, Латвию, Польшу, Португалию, Румыния, Сербия, Словения и Нидерланды.

Запись этого международного вебинара теперь доступна на канале ALDA YouTube!

Контактное лицо: Надя Ди Юлио, руководитель проекта ALDA – starproject@aldaintranet.org 

 

srpski

STAR-ov međunarodni vebinar o uličnoj umetnosti: uspesi i uvidi

“Ako isključivo uzimamo u obzir njenu estetiku, ulična umetnost postaje nebitna. Ulična umetnost je važna i lepa zbog osnaživanja i inspiracije koju daje lјudima “.

Ovo je bila motivaciona poruka koja je 4. juna 2020. Godine okupila preko 100 ljudi da prisustvuju međunarodnom seminaru o „Uličnoj umetnosti protiv urbane i društvene marginalizacije“, organizovanom u okviru projekta STreet ARt, koji je sufinansiran iz EU programa Evropa za građane i građanke sa cilјem da se izgradi mreža evropskih gradova i promoviše snaga ulične umetnosti kao oruđa za povećanje učešća građana, povezivanje lјudi različitih kultura, obnavlјanje depresivnih i napuštenih područja i smanjenje marginalizacije.

ALDA je kao projektni partner koji je odgovoran za komunikaciju, podržao organizaciju i moderaciju vebinara, što je Paolo Pellizzari, načelnik opštine Arcugnano, koja ponosno vodi projekat, pozdravio. Gradonačelnik je istakao važnost vebinara da se istakne uloga ulične umetnosti u procesima urbane i društvene inkluzije, kao i da se razmotre nove perspektive o njenom potencijalu i uticaju.

Diskusiju je zatim pokrenula Anna Stolyarova, osnivačica Street Art Muzeja Amsterdam, koja je upoznala učesnike sa istorijom uličnog umetničkog pokreta počevši od njegove definicije i prolazeći kroz percepciju, prihvatanje i otpor ovom pokretu. Ekspertkinja je objasnila kako ulična umetnost predstavlja pokret koji osnažuje grass-roots participaciju, “razbijanje definicije o tome šta jeste i šta bi moglo biti mesto za konzumiranje umetnosti i redefinisanje šta umetnost može biti kao objekat, ubacivši concept kratkotrajnosti u miks”.

Sledeća na redu bila je Mattia Campo Dall’Orto, urbana umetnica koja vodi radionice sa osobama sa invaliditetom i sa migrantima, a istovremeno istražuje savremene subkulture, grafite i uličnu umetnost u Trstu. Odabirom svojih projekata zasnovanih na društvenoj posvećenosti i uklјučivanju lokalne zajednice, Mattia je stavila akcenat na vrednost ulične umetnosti za smanjenje socijalne isklјučenosti manjinskih i ranjivih grupa i promovisanje socijalne uklјučenosti i multikulturalnog angažmana.

Višestruki, svetski poznati italijanski umetnik 2501, proputovao je svet svojim društveno angažovanim radom koji se sastojao uglavnom od murala, ali je eksperimentisao i sa skulpturom, fotografijom i dokumentarnim projektom pod nazivom Nomadski eksperiment. On je podelio niz dokumentarnih snimaka o razmišlјanjima na temu procesa regeneracije i džentrifikacije gradova, ističući zanimlјive kontradikcije i provokacije u vezi sa tim kako se ulična umetnost pogrešno doživlјava, a ponekad i iskorištava u marketinške i političke svrhe.

Na kraju, ali ne najmanje bitno, Stefan Cisti i Claudiu Dutulescu iz partnerskog projekta Grad Mioveni govorili su o participativnim metodama i pristupima uklјučivanja građana u inicijative za uličnu umetnost i podvukli kako ulična umetnost promoviše građansko i multikulturalno učešće na nivou zajednice; a ceo konzorcijum projekta “STAR” sproveo je učesnike u živopisni svet ulične umetnosti kroz sve inicijative i festivale koje su lokalno sprovodili od početka projekta.

Tokom vebinara svi učesnici bili su ohrabreni da iznesu svoja mišljenja i postave pitanja o virtuelnom muralu, koji će biti otvoren tokom čitavog trajanja projekta, sa cilјem da se međunarodna rasprava na temu ulične umetnosti održi, kao i njena uloga u procesima urbane i društvene regeneracije. Mural je dostupan ovde.

Projekat “STreet Art” sprovodi opština Arcugnano (Italija) u saradnji sa opštinama i organizacijama iz 14 evropskih zemalјa, uklјučujući Albaniju, Bosnu i Hercegovinu, Češku, Francusku, Nemačku, Italiju, Kosovo*, Letoniju, Polјsku, Portugaliju, Rumunija, Srbiju, Sloveniju i Holandiju.

Snimak ovog međunarodnog vebinara sada je dostupan na ALDA YouTube kanalu!

Kontakt: Nadia Di Iulio, ALDA projektna menadžerka – starproject@aldaintranet.org

 

العربية

وابنار ستار الدولي حول فن الشارع: نجاح وإلهام

“إذا ما اكتفينا بالنظر إلى جانبه الجمالي فقط, سيفقد فن الشارع كل جدواه ويصبح بدون معنى. فن الشارع مهم وجميل بفضل التمكين ومصدر الالهام الذي يوفره للناس.”

 بروح الحماس والتحفيز هذه التقى أكثر من مائة شخص, بتاريخ 4 من شهر جوان (حزيران) 2020, دعوة لحضور الوابنار الدولي الذي انتظم تحت عنوان “فن الشارع مقابل التهميش الحضري والاجتماعي”, وذلك في إطار مشروع ستريت آرت, الذي يحظى بتمويل مشترك من قبل برنامج أوروبا لفائدة المواطنين ويهدف إلى بناء شبكة تجمع المدن الأوروبية وتعزز من طاقة فن الشارع كوسيلة  لمضاعفة مشاركة المواطن وربط الشعوب, التي تنتمي لمختلف الثقافات, فيما بينها, مع إعادة الروح إلى المناطق التي تشكو من الاحباط والعزلة والتشجيع على التقليص من التهميش.

بصفتها منظمة مسؤولة عن التواصل, تولت ألدا دعم عملية التنظيم ووالتسيير لحلقة الوابنار التي لاقت ترحيبا حارا من قبل باولو بليزاري, عمدة بلدية أرنونيانو التي أعربت عن فخرها بقيادة المشروع. اغتنم العمدة فرصة تنظيم حلقة الوابنار هذه ليشير إلى أهمية حلقات الوابنار كوسيلة تمكن من التأكيد على دور فن الشارع في قبول مسار الدمج الحضاري والاجتماعي, وكذلك للتفاعل وتقاسم الاعتبارات والآفاق الجديدة حول الامكانات والتأثيرات التي يخلفها هذا الصنف من الفن.

ثم جاء دور آنا ستوليروفا, مؤسسة متحف فن الشارع بأمستاردام, لتثري النقاشات وتقدم نبذة عن تاريخ حركة فن الشارع, حيث انطلقت من التعريف بهذا الفن, مرورا بتصوره وقبوله ورفضه. كما تولت الخبيرة توضيح مفهوم فن الشارع بصفته حركة تشاركية تسمح بتمكين الجمهور العريض ” تجزئة التعريف حول ما يمكن أن يمثل فضاء لتذوق الفن وإعادة تعريف ما يمكن أن يمثل  شيئا فنيا, أي الرمي بما هو زائل في خضم هذا المزيج”.

ثم أحيلت الكلمة إلى ماتيا كامبو دالأورتو (Mattia Campo Dall’Orto), الفنانة الحضرية التي تدير ورشة عمل تضم الأشخاص من ذوي الحاجيات الخصوصية واللاجئين, مع القيام, في نفس الوقت, بالبحوث في الثقافات الفرعية المعاصرة والرسومات على الجدران وفن الشارع بجامعة ترياستي. من خلال مجموعة من المشاريع التي تركز على المشاركة الاجتماعية ومساهمة المجتمعات المحلية, تولت ماتيا تسليط الضوء على قيمة فن الشارع للتقليص من حدة الاقصاء الاجتماعي الذي يستهدف الأقليات والفئات المستضعفة, إضافة إلى  بذل مزيد من الجهود لتأمين الاندماج الاجتماعي ومساهمة المجموعات المتعددة الثقافات.

ثم جاء دور الفنان الإيطالي2501, المتعدد الجوانب والمشهور في كافة أنحاء العالم, لكي يجوب العالم رفقة عمله الملتزم اجتماعيا والذي يتمثل أساسا في الجداريات, بالإضافة إلى أعمال النحت والتصوير ومشروع وثائقي يعرف باسم تجربة الرحل. تقاسم الفنان عددا من الصور الوثائقية حول فكرة تدعو إلى إعادة إحياء المنظومة الحضرية ومسارات إعادة إحياء المعمار القديم, والتي أثارت العديد من التضاربات والاستفزازات المهمة وفي علاقة بالتصور الخاطئ الذي يحيط بفن الشارع والذي يتم استغلاله أحيانا لأسباب تسويقية وسياسية.

أخيرا وليس آخرا, جاء دور ستيفان سيستي و كلاوديو دوتولشكو, لإي إطار شريك في المشروع مدينة ميوفيني ليناقشا الطرق والمقاربات التشاركية المعتمدة لاستقطاب المواطنين ودمجهم في مبادرات فن الشارع, وكذلك التوضيح كيف أن فن الشارع يساعد على دعم المشاركة المدنية والمتعددة الثقافات على مستوى المجتمع المحلي. ثم دعا كافة أعضاء مجمع ستار المشاركين إلى المشاركة في جولة في العالم الملون لفن الشارع وذلك من خلال سلسلة من المبادرات والمهرجانات التي توصلوا إلى تنفيذها محليا منذ انطلاقة المشروع. 

طوال جلسات الأسئلة والأجوبة, التي تلت حلقة الوابنار, منحت الاولوية للمشاركين للإدلاء بآرائهم وطرح الأسئلة حول الجدارية الافتراضية والتي ستبقى معروضة طوال المشروع الذي يهدف إلى الابقاء على النقاش الدولي متواصلا حول فن الشارع ودوره الفاعل في مسارات إعادة الاحياء الحضرية والاجتماعية, مع التذكير أن الجدارية متوفرة هنا.

مشروع ستريت آرت تقوده بلدية أركونيانو (إيطاليا) بالتعاون مع البلديات الأوروبية ومنظمات تنتمي إلى 14 بلد أوروبي, على غرار ألبانيا والبوسنة والهرسك وجمهورية التشيك وفرنسا وألمانيا وإيطاليا وكوسوفو ولتفيا وبولندا ورومانيا وصربيا وسلوفينيا وهولندا.

تسجيلات جلسات حلقة الوابنار هذه متوفرة الآن على قناة يوتيوب لألدا!

الرجاء الاتصال ب: نادية دي لوليو, مديرة مشروع بألدا – starproject@aldaintranet.org

If we only consider its aesthetics, street art becomes irrelevant. Street art is important and beautiful because of the empowerment and the inspiration it gives to people».

It was with this motivation that over a hundred people got together on June 4th, 2020 to attend the international webinar on “Street art against urban and social marginalization” organized within the STreet ARt project, co-funded by the EU Europe for Citizens programme with the aim to build a network of European cities and promote the power of street art as a tool for increasing citizen participation, connecting people of different cultures, regenerating depressed and abandoned areas and reducing marginalisation.

ALDA, as project partner responsible for communication, supported the organisation and moderation of the webinar, which saw a warm welcome by Paolo Pellizzari, Mayor of the Municipalité d'Arcugnano which is proudly leading the project. The Mayor highlighted the importance of the webinar to stress the role of street art in processes of urban and social inclusion, as well as to share considerations and new perspectives on its potential and impact.

The discussion was then lit by Anna Stolyarova, founder of the Street Art Museum Amsterdam, who introduced the history of the street art movement starting from its definition and going through its perception, acceptance and resistance. The expert explained how street art is an empowering grass-roots participatory movement, “breaking a definition of what could be a place to enjoy art and redefining what can be an art object, throwing the ephemeral into the mix».

Next in line was Mattia Campo Dall’Orto, urban artist who runs workshops with disabled people and refugees while also researching contemporary subcultures, graffiti and street art at the University of Trieste. Through a selection of his projects based on social commitment and local community involvement, Mattia shed the light on the value of street art for reducing social exclusion of minority and vulnerable groups, and promoting social inclusion and multicultural engagement.

Multifaceted, world-renowned Italian artist 2501, in turn, travelled the world with his socially committed work consisting mainly in murals, but also experimented with sculpture, photography and a documentary project called Nomadic Experiment. He shared a number of documentary shots on a reflection on urban regeneration and gentrification processes, rising interesting contradictions and provocations in relation to how street art is wrongly perceived and sometimes exploited for marketing and political purposes.

Last but not least, Stefan Cisti and Claudiu Dutulescu from project partner City of Mioveni discussed participatory methods and approaches to involve citizens in street art initiatives, and underlined how street art promotes civic and multicultural participation at community level; and the entire STAR consortium took participants on a journey into the colourful world of street art through all the initiatives and festivals they implemented locally since the beginning of the project.

All along the webinar Q&A sessions were also encouraged where participants were invited to share their opinions and questions on a virtual mural, which will be kept open for the entire duration of the project with the aim to keep the international debate alive around street art and its role in urban and social regeneration processes. The mural is available (ici.

The STreet ARt project is conducted by the Arcugnano Municipality (Italy) in collaboration with European municipalities and organisations from 14 European countries, including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, and the Netherlands.

The recording of this international webinar is now available on the ALDA YouTube channel!

Contact: Nadia Di Iulio, ALDA project manager – starproject@aldaintranet.org

 

 

français

Le webinaire international de STAR sur le street art: réussites et enseignements 

« Si nous prenons uniquement en compte ses esthétiques, le street art devient peu pertinent. Le street art est beau et pertinent par l’émancipation et l’inspiration qu’il apporte aux gens ».

C’est avec cette motivation que plus d’une centaine de personnes se sont réunies le 4 juin 2020 pour participer au webinaire international dont le sujet était : « Le street art contre la marginalisation urbaine et sociale ». Il était organisé dans le cadre du projet STreet ARt, cofinancé par le programme Europe pour les citoyens de l’UE, qui a pour objectif de bâtir un réseau de villes européennes et de promouvoir la puissance du street art comme un outil pour accroître la participation citoyenne, connecter les peuples de différentes cultures, régénérer les espaces abandonnés et moroses mais aussi réduire la marginalisation.

L’ALDA, en tant que partenaire du projet et responsable et de la communication, a soutenu l’organisation et la modération du webinaire, qui a été chaleureusement accueilli par Paolo Pellizzari, maire de la municipalité d’Arcugnano, qui est fière d’être à la tête du projet. Le maire a souligné l’importance du webinaire pour mettre en évidence le rôle du street art dans le processus d’inclusion urbaine et sociale mais aussi pour partager des considérations et de nouvelles perspectives sur son potentiel et son influence.

L’échange a ensuite été animé par Anna Stolyarova, fondatrice du Musée du street art d’Amsterdam, qui a procédé à une introduction de l’histoire du mouvement du street art, depuis sa définition en passant ensuite par sa perception, son acceptation et sa résistance. L’expert a expliqué en quoi le street art est un mouvement participatif d’émancipation populaire. « Créer une rupture dans la définition de ce que peut être un endroit où apprécier l’art et redéfinir ce que peut être un objet d’art, jetant l’éphémère dans la composition ».

La prochaine intervenante était Mattia Campo Dall’Orto, une artiste urbaine qui gère des ateliers pour personnes handicapés et refugiés tout en menant des recherches sur les sous-cultures contemporaines, le graffiti et le street art à l’Université de Trieste. A travers une sélection de ses projets basés sur l’engagement social et la participation de la communauté locale. Mattia a fait la lumière sur l’importance du street art pour réduire l’exclusion sociale des minorités et des groupes vulnérables ainsi que pour promouvoir l’inclusion sociale et l’implication multiculturelle.

L’artiste italien de renommée mondiale aux multiples facettes 2501 a voyagé autour du monde avec son travail socialement engagé qui consiste en des fresques murales mais il a aussi expérimenté à travers la sculpture, la photographie et un projet documentaire nommé Nomadic Experiment. Il a partagé un certain nombre de plans du documentaire sur une réflexion sur la régénération urbaine et sur le processus de gentrification, relevant d’intéressantes contradictions et provocations en relation avec le fait que le street art est faussement perçu et parfois instrumentalisé à des desseins politique ou marketing.

Pour conclure, Stefan Cisti and Claudiu Dutulescu de la ville de Mioveni, partenaire du projet, ont traité des méthodes et approches participatives pour inclure les citoyens dans les initiatives du street art et ont souligné comment le street art promeut la participation civile et multiculturelle à l’échelle de la communauté. L’ensemble du consortium de STAR a emmené les participants dans un voyage autour du monde coloré du street art à travers toutes les initiatives et festivals qu’ils ont mis en œuvre localement depuis le début du projet.

Durant tout le webinaire des sessions de questions-réponses étaient également encouragées, durant lesquelles les participants étaient invités à partager leurs avis et questions sur une peinture murale virtuelle. Cette dernière restera ouverte pendant toute la durée du projet dans l’objectif de maintenir actif ce débat international autour du street art et de son rôle dans le processus de régénération urbaine et sociale. La peinture murale est accessible ici.

Le projet STreet ARt est mené par la municipalité d’Arcugnano (Italie) en coopération avec les municipalités et organisations européennes de 14 pays européens : l’Albanie, la Bosnie-Herzégovine, la République tchèque, la France, l’Allemagne, l’Italie, le Kosovo, la Lettonie, la Pologne, le Portugal, la Roumanie, la Serbie, la Slovénie et les Pays-Bas.

L’enregistrement de ce webinaire international est désormais disponible sur la chaîne Youtube de l’ALDA!

Contact: Nadia Di Iulio, responsable de projet à l’ALDA – starproject@aldaintranet.org

 

italiano

Il webinar internazionale di STAR sulla street art: successi e temi chiave

“Se ne consideriamo solo l’estetica, la street art diventa irrilevante. La street art è importante e bella grazie al potenziamento e all’ispirazione che dà alle persone”.

È con questa motivazione che più di cento persone si sono riunite il 4 giugno 2020 per partecipare al webinar internazionale “Street art contro l’emarginazione urbana e sociale” organizzato nell’ambito del progetto STreet ARt, cofinanziato dal programma L'Europe pour les citoyens dell’UE con l’obiettivo di costruire una rete di città europee e promuovere il potere della street art come strumento per migliorare la partecipazione dei cittadini, unire persone di culture diverse, rigenerare aree depresse e abbandonate e ridurre l’emarginazione.

ALDA, in qualità di partner del progetto responsabile della comunicazione, ha supportato l’organizzazione e la moderazione del webinar, che ha visto un caloroso benvenuto da parte di Paolo Pellizzari, sindaco del Comune di Arcugnano, il quale è orgoglioso di dirigere il progetto. Il sindaco ha sottolineato l’importanza del webinar per sottolineare il ruolo della street art nei processi di inclusione urbana e sociale, nonché per condividere considerazioni e nuove prospettive sul suo potenziale e impatto.

La discussione è stata quindi accesa da Anna Stolyarova, fondatrice dello Street Art Museum di Amsterdam, la quale ha introdotto la storia del movimento della street art a partire dalla sua definizione e attraversando la sua percezione, accettazione e resistenza. L’esperta ha spiegato come la street art sia un movimento partecipativo che abilita le radici, “rompendo una definizione di ciò che potrebbe essere un luogo per godersi l’arte e ridefinendo ciò che può essere un oggetto d’arte, gettando l’effimero nel mix”.

Successivamente è intervenuto Mattia Campo Dall’Orto, artista urbano che organizza laboratori con persone disabili e rifugiati e allo stesso tempo è un ricercatore di sottoculture contemporanee, graffiti e street art all’Università di Trieste. Attraverso una selezione dei suoi progetti basati sull’impegno sociale e il coinvolgimento della comunità locale, Mattia ha fatto luce sul valore della street art per ridurre l’esclusione sociale delle minoranze e dei gruppi vulnerabili e promuovere l’inclusione sociale e l’impegno multiculturale.

L’artista italiano poliedrico di fama mondiale 2501 ha girato il mondo con il suo lavoro, socialmente impegnato principalmente in murales, ma ha anche sperimentato in scultura, fotografia e un documentario chiamato Nomadic Experiment. Ha condiviso una serie di riprese documentarie riguardanti la riflessione sulla rigenerazione urbana e sui processi di gentrificazione, sollevando interessanti contraddizioni e provocazioni in relazione a come la street art viene erroneamente percepita e talvolta sfruttata per scopi politici e di marketing.

Ultimi ma non meno importanti, Stefan Cisti e Claudiu Dutulescu, del partner del progetto City of Mioveni, hanno discusso dei metodi e degli approcci partecipativi per coinvolgere i cittadini nelle iniziative di street art e hanno sottolineato come la street art promuova la partecipazione civica e multiculturale a livello di comunità; e l’intero consorzio STAR ha portato i partecipanti in un viaggio nel colorato mondo della street art attraverso tutte le iniziative e i festival che ha implementato localmente dall’inizio del progetto.

Durante tutto il webinar sono state inoltre incoraggiate sessioni di domande e risposte in cui i partecipanti sono stati invitati a condividere le loro opinioni e domande su un murales virtuale, che sarà attivo per l’intera durata del progetto, con l’obiettivo di mantenere vivo il dibattito internazionale sulla street art e sui suoi ruoli nei processi di rigenerazione urbana e sociale. Il murales è disponibile QUI.

Il progetto STreet ARt è diretto dal Comune di Arcugnano (Italia) in collaborazione con i comuni e le organizzazioni europee di 14 paesi europei, tra cui Albania, Bosnia ed Erzegovina, Repubblica Ceca, Francia, Germania, Italia, Kosovo, Lettonia, Polonia, Portogallo, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia e Paesi Bassi.

La registrazione di questo webinar internazionale è ora disponibile sul canale YouTube di ALDA!

Contatti: Nadia Di Iulio, project manager ALDA – starproject@aldaintranet.org

 

русский

Международный вебинар STAR по уличному искусству: успехи и понимание

”Если рассматривать только эстетику, уличное искусство становится неактуальным. Уличное искусство важно и красиво из-за расширения прав и возможностей и вдохновения, которое оно дает людям”.

Именно с этой мотивацией 4 июня 2020 года более ста человек собрались для участия в международном вебинаре ”Уличное искусство против городской и социальной маргинализации”, организованном в рамках проекта STreet ARt, финансируемого совместно с программой ЕС ”Европа для граждан”с целью построить сеть европейских городов и продвигать силу уличного искусства в качестве инструмента для расширения участия граждан, объединения людей разных культур, восстановления депрессивных и заброшенных районов и сокращения маргинализации.

ALDA, как партнер проекта, ответственный за коммуникацию, поддержал организацию и модерацию вебинара, который был тепло встречен Паоло Пеллиццари, мэром муниципалитета Аркуньяно, который с гордостью возглавляет проект. Мэр отметил важность вебинара, чтобы подчеркнуть роль уличного искусства в процессах интеграции городов и общества, а также поделиться соображениями и новыми взглядами на его потенциал и влияние.

Затем дискуссия была освещена Анной Столяровой, основательницей Музея уличного искусства в Амстердаме, которая представила историю движения уличного искусства, начиная с его определения и заканчивая его восприятием, принятием и сопротивлением. Эксперт объяснил, что уличное искусство – это широкие возможности для участия широких масс, ”ломая определение того, что может быть местом для наслаждения искусством, и переосмысливая то, что может быть художественным объектом, бросая эфемерное в смесь».

Следующим в очереди был Маттиа Кампо Далл’Орто, городской художник, который проводит мастер-классы с инвалидами и беженцами, а также исследует современные субкультуры, граффити и уличное искусство в университете Триеста. Благодаря выбору своих проектов, основанных на социальной приверженности и участии местного сообщества, Маттиа пролил свет на ценность уличного искусства для уменьшения социальной изоляции меньшинств и уязвимых групп, а также для содействия социальной интеграции и мультикультурного участия.

Многогранный, всемирно известный итальянский художник 2501, в свою очередь, путешествовал по миру со своей социально преданной работой, состоящей в основном из фресок, но также экспериментировал со скульптурой, фотографией и документальным проектом под названием ”Кочевой эксперимент”. Он поделился рядом документальных снимков, посвященных размышлениям о процессах возрождения и облагораживания городов, вызывающих интересные противоречия и провокации в отношении того, как уличное искусство неправильно воспринимается и иногда используется в маркетинговых и политических целях.

И последнее, но не менее важное: Стефан Систи и Клаудиу Дутулеску из города-партнера по проекту, город Миовени, обсудили методы участия и подходы к вовлечению граждан в инициативы уличного искусства, а также подчеркнули, как уличное искусство способствует гражданскому и мультикультурному участию на уровне сообщества; и весь консорциум STAR отправил участников в путешествие в красочный мир уличного искусства через все инициативы и фестивали, которые они проводили на местах с самого начала проекта.

На протяжении всего вебинара также поощрялись сессии вопросов и ответов, на которых участникам предлагалось поделиться своими мнениями и вопросами по виртуальной фреске, которая будет открыта на протяжении всего проекта с целью поддержания международных дебатов об уличном искусстве и его роли в городских и социальных процессах возрождения. Фреска доступна здесь.

Проект STreet ARt осуществляется муниципалитетом Аркуньяно (Италия) в сотрудничестве с европейскими муниципалитетами и организациями из 14 европейских стран, включая Албанию, Боснию и Герцеговину, Чехию, Францию, Германию, Италию, Косово, Латвию, Польшу, Португалию, Румыния, Сербия, Словения и Нидерланды.

Запись этого международного вебинара теперь доступна на канале ALDA YouTube!

Контактное лицо: Надя Ди Юлио, руководитель проекта ALDA – starproject@aldaintranet.org 

 

srpski

STAR-ov međunarodni vebinar o uličnoj umetnosti: uspesi i uvidi

“Ako isključivo uzimamo u obzir njenu estetiku, ulična umetnost postaje nebitna. Ulična umetnost je važna i lepa zbog osnaživanja i inspiracije koju daje lјudima “.

Ovo je bila motivaciona poruka koja je 4. juna 2020. Godine okupila preko 100 ljudi da prisustvuju međunarodnom seminaru o „Uličnoj umetnosti protiv urbane i društvene marginalizacije“, organizovanom u okviru projekta STreet ARt, koji je sufinansiran iz EU programa Evropa za građane i građanke sa cilјem da se izgradi mreža evropskih gradova i promoviše snaga ulične umetnosti kao oruđa za povećanje učešća građana, povezivanje lјudi različitih kultura, obnavlјanje depresivnih i napuštenih područja i smanjenje marginalizacije.

ALDA je kao projektni partner koji je odgovoran za komunikaciju, podržao organizaciju i moderaciju vebinara, što je Paolo Pellizzari, načelnik opštine Arcugnano, koja ponosno vodi projekat, pozdravio. Gradonačelnik je istakao važnost vebinara da se istakne uloga ulične umetnosti u procesima urbane i društvene inkluzije, kao i da se razmotre nove perspektive o njenom potencijalu i uticaju.

Diskusiju je zatim pokrenula Anna Stolyarova, osnivačica Street Art Muzeja Amsterdam, koja je upoznala učesnike sa istorijom uličnog umetničkog pokreta počevši od njegove definicije i prolazeći kroz percepciju, prihvatanje i otpor ovom pokretu. Ekspertkinja je objasnila kako ulična umetnost predstavlja pokret koji osnažuje grass-roots participaciju, “razbijanje definicije o tome šta jeste i šta bi moglo biti mesto za konzumiranje umetnosti i redefinisanje šta umetnost može biti kao objekat, ubacivši concept kratkotrajnosti u miks”.

Sledeća na redu bila je Mattia Campo Dall’Orto, urbana umetnica koja vodi radionice sa osobama sa invaliditetom i sa migrantima, a istovremeno istražuje savremene subkulture, grafite i uličnu umetnost u Trstu. Odabirom svojih projekata zasnovanih na društvenoj posvećenosti i uklјučivanju lokalne zajednice, Mattia je stavila akcenat na vrednost ulične umetnosti za smanjenje socijalne isklјučenosti manjinskih i ranjivih grupa i promovisanje socijalne uklјučenosti i multikulturalnog angažmana.

Višestruki, svetski poznati italijanski umetnik 2501, proputovao je svet svojim društveno angažovanim radom koji se sastojao uglavnom od murala, ali je eksperimentisao i sa skulpturom, fotografijom i dokumentarnim projektom pod nazivom Nomadski eksperiment. On je podelio niz dokumentarnih snimaka o razmišlјanjima na temu procesa regeneracije i džentrifikacije gradova, ističući zanimlјive kontradikcije i provokacije u vezi sa tim kako se ulična umetnost pogrešno doživlјava, a ponekad i iskorištava u marketinške i političke svrhe.

Na kraju, ali ne najmanje bitno, Stefan Cisti i Claudiu Dutulescu iz partnerskog projekta Grad Mioveni govorili su o participativnim metodama i pristupima uklјučivanja građana u inicijative za uličnu umetnost i podvukli kako ulična umetnost promoviše građansko i multikulturalno učešće na nivou zajednice; a ceo konzorcijum projekta “STAR” sproveo je učesnike u živopisni svet ulične umetnosti kroz sve inicijative i festivale koje su lokalno sprovodili od početka projekta.

Tokom vebinara svi učesnici bili su ohrabreni da iznesu svoja mišljenja i postave pitanja o virtuelnom muralu, koji će biti otvoren tokom čitavog trajanja projekta, sa cilјem da se međunarodna rasprava na temu ulične umetnosti održi, kao i njena uloga u procesima urbane i društvene regeneracije. Mural je dostupan ovde.

Projekat “STreet Art” sprovodi opština Arcugnano (Italija) u saradnji sa opštinama i organizacijama iz 14 evropskih zemalјa, uklјučujući Albaniju, Bosnu i Hercegovinu, Češku, Francusku, Nemačku, Italiju, Kosovo*, Letoniju, Polјsku, Portugaliju, Rumunija, Srbiju, Sloveniju i Holandiju.

Snimak ovog međunarodnog vebinara sada je dostupan na ALDA YouTube kanalu!

Kontakt: Nadia Di Iulio, ALDA projektna menadžerka – starproject@aldaintranet.org

 

العربية

وابنار ستار الدولي حول فن الشارع: نجاح وإلهام

“إذا ما اكتفينا بالنظر إلى جانبه الجمالي فقط, سيفقد فن الشارع كل جدواه ويصبح بدون معنى. فن الشارع مهم وجميل بفضل التمكين ومصدر الالهام الذي يوفره للناس.”

 بروح الحماس والتحفيز هذه التقى أكثر من مائة شخص, بتاريخ 4 من شهر جوان (حزيران) 2020, دعوة لحضور الوابنار الدولي الذي انتظم تحت عنوان “فن الشارع مقابل التهميش الحضري والاجتماعي”, وذلك في إطار مشروع ستريت آرت, الذي يحظى بتمويل مشترك من قبل برنامج أوروبا لفائدة المواطنين ويهدف إلى بناء شبكة تجمع المدن الأوروبية وتعزز من طاقة فن الشارع كوسيلة  لمضاعفة مشاركة المواطن وربط الشعوب, التي تنتمي لمختلف الثقافات, فيما بينها, مع إعادة الروح إلى المناطق التي تشكو من الاحباط والعزلة والتشجيع على التقليص من التهميش.

بصفتها منظمة مسؤولة عن التواصل, تولت ألدا دعم عملية التنظيم ووالتسيير لحلقة الوابنار التي لاقت ترحيبا حارا من قبل باولو بليزاري, عمدة بلدية أرنونيانو التي أعربت عن فخرها بقيادة المشروع. اغتنم العمدة فرصة تنظيم حلقة الوابنار هذه ليشير إلى أهمية حلقات الوابنار كوسيلة تمكن من التأكيد على دور فن الشارع في قبول مسار الدمج الحضاري والاجتماعي, وكذلك للتفاعل وتقاسم الاعتبارات والآفاق الجديدة حول الامكانات والتأثيرات التي يخلفها هذا الصنف من الفن.

ثم جاء دور آنا ستوليروفا, مؤسسة متحف فن الشارع بأمستاردام, لتثري النقاشات وتقدم نبذة عن تاريخ حركة فن الشارع, حيث انطلقت من التعريف بهذا الفن, مرورا بتصوره وقبوله ورفضه. كما تولت الخبيرة توضيح مفهوم فن الشارع بصفته حركة تشاركية تسمح بتمكين الجمهور العريض ” تجزئة التعريف حول ما يمكن أن يمثل فضاء لتذوق الفن وإعادة تعريف ما يمكن أن يمثل  شيئا فنيا, أي الرمي بما هو زائل في خضم هذا المزيج”.

ثم أحيلت الكلمة إلى ماتيا كامبو دالأورتو (Mattia Campo Dall’Orto), الفنانة الحضرية التي تدير ورشة عمل تضم الأشخاص من ذوي الحاجيات الخصوصية واللاجئين, مع القيام, في نفس الوقت, بالبحوث في الثقافات الفرعية المعاصرة والرسومات على الجدران وفن الشارع بجامعة ترياستي. من خلال مجموعة من المشاريع التي تركز على المشاركة الاجتماعية ومساهمة المجتمعات المحلية, تولت ماتيا تسليط الضوء على قيمة فن الشارع للتقليص من حدة الاقصاء الاجتماعي الذي يستهدف الأقليات والفئات المستضعفة, إضافة إلى  بذل مزيد من الجهود لتأمين الاندماج الاجتماعي ومساهمة المجموعات المتعددة الثقافات.

ثم جاء دور الفنان الإيطالي2501, المتعدد الجوانب والمشهور في كافة أنحاء العالم, لكي يجوب العالم رفقة عمله الملتزم اجتماعيا والذي يتمثل أساسا في الجداريات, بالإضافة إلى أعمال النحت والتصوير ومشروع وثائقي يعرف باسم تجربة الرحل. تقاسم الفنان عددا من الصور الوثائقية حول فكرة تدعو إلى إعادة إحياء المنظومة الحضرية ومسارات إعادة إحياء المعمار القديم, والتي أثارت العديد من التضاربات والاستفزازات المهمة وفي علاقة بالتصور الخاطئ الذي يحيط بفن الشارع والذي يتم استغلاله أحيانا لأسباب تسويقية وسياسية.

أخيرا وليس آخرا, جاء دور ستيفان سيستي و كلاوديو دوتولشكو, لإي إطار شريك في المشروع مدينة ميوفيني ليناقشا الطرق والمقاربات التشاركية المعتمدة لاستقطاب المواطنين ودمجهم في مبادرات فن الشارع, وكذلك التوضيح كيف أن فن الشارع يساعد على دعم المشاركة المدنية والمتعددة الثقافات على مستوى المجتمع المحلي. ثم دعا كافة أعضاء مجمع ستار المشاركين إلى المشاركة في جولة في العالم الملون لفن الشارع وذلك من خلال سلسلة من المبادرات والمهرجانات التي توصلوا إلى تنفيذها محليا منذ انطلاقة المشروع. 

طوال جلسات الأسئلة والأجوبة, التي تلت حلقة الوابنار, منحت الاولوية للمشاركين للإدلاء بآرائهم وطرح الأسئلة حول الجدارية الافتراضية والتي ستبقى معروضة طوال المشروع الذي يهدف إلى الابقاء على النقاش الدولي متواصلا حول فن الشارع ودوره الفاعل في مسارات إعادة الاحياء الحضرية والاجتماعية, مع التذكير أن الجدارية متوفرة هنا.

مشروع ستريت آرت تقوده بلدية أركونيانو (إيطاليا) بالتعاون مع البلديات الأوروبية ومنظمات تنتمي إلى 14 بلد أوروبي, على غرار ألبانيا والبوسنة والهرسك وجمهورية التشيك وفرنسا وألمانيا وإيطاليا وكوسوفو ولتفيا وبولندا ورومانيا وصربيا وسلوفينيا وهولندا.

تسجيلات جلسات حلقة الوابنار هذه متوفرة الآن على قناة يوتيوب لألدا!

الرجاء الاتصال ب: نادية دي لوليو, مديرة مشروع بألدا – starproject@aldaintranet.org


How's it going? A quarterly review by our six Civil Service volunteers

Last February we welcomed six Civil Service volunteers to our team in the ALDA offices of Brussels, Skopje and Strasbourg. After four months since their arrival, Alessandro, Arianna, Elisa, Francesca, Giorgia and Virginia share their thoughts about their experience in ALDA so far.

Virginia: “I had the chance to start my journey with the ALDA’s Project Management Unit in the stimulating and dynamic office of Strasbourg, and I feel grateful for the support shown to me by the ALDA staff. Thanks to the trust they placed in me, I really feel part of a big team who shares the same values. Among all the things I learned so far, I guess the most unexpected was having to quickly rearrange project activities -while preserving their value- based on the new safety rules enforced by the pandemic. In the forthcoming months, I look forward to devoting myself to the tasks I still have not had the occasion to experience, such as delivering in-person trainings, travelling to meet a partner or attending international meetings and conferences”.

Giorgia: “The entire Brussels team is young, kind, and active! I’m working with the Programmes & Development unit and it has been a learning, exciting, and challenging experience. In the past few weeks, besides, I’ve started to collaborate more with ALDA+ and I’ve found this part of the job very exciting, too! ALDA is an association with many different sectors of expertise and it’s good to have the opportunity to try new tasks and diversify your work. I look forward to working on the development of the projects, because I’m really interested in this aspect of the job! I also look forward to returning to the Brussels office full time very soon, and to a more normal life outdoors!”.

Elisa: “The global pandemic made my first months in Skopje more solitary than expected. I started working remotely only two weeks after my arrival, and the city rapidly shut down in the following days. It’s not hard to practice social distancing in a city you barely know: what is harder is to focus on adapting to a new workplace and lifestyle even when the usual coping strategies are not accessible. The biggest lesson I have learned is the importance of cultivating soft skills: especially when working remotely, they turned out to be paramount to maintain a good communication and team cohesion. As the global lockdown loosens up, I am really looking forward to opportunities to explore the neighboring countries and meet the different LDAs to gain a deeper understanding of the Region”.

Francesca: “Considering the uncertain times in which we are all living, I believe that having the chance to work during this pandemic has definitely been a privilege. My first months at ALDA have been quite enriching: every day has been full of opportunities and stimuli to develop a new fundraising strategy or find an innovative idea to present along with a project. I can’t wait to go back to the Council of Europe and feel again part of its dynamic life. This will bring me the same buzzing feeling I now experience when I walk around Strasbourg and I see all the flowers in full blossom. There are thousands of other projects I am eager to start writing and I’m sure that ALDA is the right place to keep furthering my personal and professional development“.

Arianna: “My civil service started in Skopje, but global events that ran over our everyday life led me to decide to return to Italy. So, what I have learned so far is to be ready to take significant decisions by responding fully to any inconvenience. Too bad, for lack of time I could not (yet) discover Macedonian culture and Skopje’s heritage. Despite everything, I however attended a few events that showed me a little slice of Balkan traditions and customs. And our international team certainly demonstrated how to respond efficiently and work productively in a hard moment: the ALDA team is working creatively to re-aim our old goals with a new method. I look forward to being able to return to my office with even more interest and motivation”.

Alessandro: “It has only been 4 months since my Belgian adventure began and yet I already have the feeling that the person who left his beloved Roman home is no longer the same as he was before he left. Perhaps this is due to all the changes I’ve embraced: new city, new habits, new responsibilities and new friends or more simply because I finally stepped out of my comfort zone. As I read somewhere, stepping out of your comfort zone means you’re moving into uncharted territory. You’re trying things that you’ve never tried before and learning things you’ve never learned before. In other words, I basically went from being a fairly big fish in my pond to being a tiny little scared fish. But I guess that it’s perfectly normal and I think it’s all part of the same process. As long as I have an open mind and I can count on my incredible new colleagues nothing is going to hold me back from enjoying this amazing experience. Here, thanks to ALDA, more than technical aspects I am learning how to be a more multitasking and flexible person, capable of adopting a resilient approach in difficult times. Looking to the future, I do believe that things are going to get better and better”.
Together, we will make it! We heartily thank all six Civil Service volunteers and can’t but wish them an even better (and more mobile!) second quarter of their year-long experience!

Last February we welcomed six Civil Service volunteers to our team in the ALDA offices of Brussels, Skopje and Strasbourg. After four months since their arrival, Alessandro, Arianna, Elisa, Francesca, Giorgia and Virginia share their thoughts about their experience in ALDA so far.

Virginia: “I had the chance to start my journey with the ALDA’s Project Management Unit in the stimulating and dynamic office of Strasbourg, and I feel grateful for the support shown to me by the ALDA staff. Thanks to the trust they placed in me, I really feel part of a big team who shares the same values. Among all the things I learned so far, I guess the most unexpected was having to quickly rearrange project activities -while preserving their value- based on the new safety rules enforced by the pandemic. In the forthcoming months, I look forward to devoting myself to the tasks I still have not had the occasion to experience, such as delivering in-person trainings, travelling to meet a partner or attending international meetings and conferences”.

Giorgia: “The entire Brussels team is young, kind, and active! I’m working with the Programmes & Development unit and it has been a learning, exciting, and challenging experience. In the past few weeks, besides, I’ve started to collaborate more with ALDA+ and I’ve found this part of the job very exciting, too! ALDA is an association with many different sectors of expertise and it’s good to have the opportunity to try new tasks and diversify your work. I look forward to working on the development of the projects, because I’m really interested in this aspect of the job! I also look forward to returning to the Brussels office full time very soon, and to a more normal life outdoors!”.

Elisa: “The global pandemic made my first months in Skopje more solitary than expected. I started working remotely only two weeks after my arrival, and the city rapidly shut down in the following days. It’s not hard to practice social distancing in a city you barely know: what is harder is to focus on adapting to a new workplace and lifestyle even when the usual coping strategies are not accessible. The biggest lesson I have learned is the importance of cultivating soft skills: especially when working remotely, they turned out to be paramount to maintain a good communication and team cohesion. As the global lockdown loosens up, I am really looking forward to opportunities to explore the neighboring countries and meet the different LDAs to gain a deeper understanding of the Region”.

Francesca: “Considering the uncertain times in which we are all living, I believe that having the chance to work during this pandemic has definitely been a privilege. My first months at ALDA have been quite enriching: every day has been full of opportunities and stimuli to develop a new fundraising strategy or find an innovative idea to present along with a project. I can’t wait to go back to the Council of Europe and feel again part of its dynamic life. This will bring me the same buzzing feeling I now experience when I walk around Strasbourg and I see all the flowers in full blossom. There are thousands of other projects I am eager to start writing and I’m sure that ALDA is the right place to keep furthering my personal and professional development“.

Arianna: “My civil service started in Skopje, but global events that ran over our everyday life led me to decide to return to Italy. So, what I have learned so far is to be ready to take significant decisions by responding fully to any inconvenience. Too bad, for lack of time I could not (yet) discover Macedonian culture and Skopje’s heritage. Despite everything, I however attended a few events that showed me a little slice of Balkan traditions and customs. And our international team certainly demonstrated how to respond efficiently and work productively in a hard moment: the ALDA team is working creatively to re-aim our old goals with a new method. I look forward to being able to return to my office with even more interest and motivation”.

Alessandro: “It has only been 4 months since my Belgian adventure began and yet I already have the feeling that the person who left his beloved Roman home is no longer the same as he was before he left. Perhaps this is due to all the changes I’ve embraced: new city, new habits, new responsibilities and new friends or more simply because I finally stepped out of my comfort zone. As I read somewhere, stepping out of your comfort zone means you’re moving into uncharted territory. You’re trying things that you’ve never tried before and learning things you’ve never learned before. In other words, I basically went from being a fairly big fish in my pond to being a tiny little scared fish. But I guess that it’s perfectly normal and I think it’s all part of the same process. As long as I have an open mind and I can count on my incredible new colleagues nothing is going to hold me back from enjoying this amazing experience. Here, thanks to ALDA, more than technical aspects I am learning how to be a more multitasking and flexible person, capable of adopting a resilient approach in difficult times. Looking to the future, I do believe that things are going to get better and better”.
Together, we will make it! We heartily thank all six Civil Service volunteers and can’t but wish them an even better (and more mobile!) second quarter of their year-long experience!


A biking revolution is on the way in Tunisia!

The bicycle as an ecological and practical means of transport is starting to gain ground in several cities around the world of the likes of New York, Bogota, Seville or Wuhan. The integration and taking into account of this practice in regional development plans is, likewise, becoming a major urban necessity.

Transposing this practice to the Tunisian context is subject to debate, and for this purpose the Local Democracy Agency of Tunisia, in partnership with the association Vélorution, organized a seminar on this matter as part of the annual programming of Ramadan evenings that the LDA organizes.

Several representatives of civil society took part in the event, together with citizens, experts and locally elected representatives. The purpose of the meeting was to encourage citizens and young people especially to make cycling a fully-fledged practice, that they could adopt and integrate into their activities on a daily basis.

The various speakers promoted the idea of the bike as a means of transport that is conducive to soft mobility, which could generate both economic and environmental benefits – hence the need to advocate its cause with local authorities is a key point in order to organize the practice of cycling and protect bikers, especially in the city de Kairouan which recently inaugurated its very first cycling lane of 200m long.

The current situation of confinement could, besides, be the catalyst for a rapid development of the adoption of the bicycle, given the health risk posed by public transport.

Other initiatives to democratize the bicycle are also already flourishing in Tunisia, amongst which the AUTREMENT project, whose official launch is planned for the month of June with the supervision of a consortium composed of the city of Strasbourg, the Municipalities of Kairouan and Mahdia, and the Associations ALDAle réseau CODATUCEREMA, LDA Tunisia and Vélorution.

The project is part of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11, promoting sustainable communities and cities; it includes 7 micro-projects in Kairouan and 3 in Mahdia based on une participatory approach and on citizen consultation; and allows for the importation of the successful experience of Strasbourg to the local Tunisian context.

The bicycle as an ecological and practical means of transport is starting to gain ground in several cities around the world of the likes of New York, Bogota, Seville or Wuhan. The integration and taking into account of this practice in regional development plans is, likewise, becoming a major urban necessity.

Transposing this practice to the Tunisian context is subject to debate, and for this purpose the Local Democracy Agency of Tunisia, in partnership with the association Vélorution, organized a seminar on this matter as part of the annual programming of Ramadan evenings that the LDA organizes.

Several representatives of civil society took part in the event, together with citizens, experts and locally elected representatives. The purpose of the meeting was to encourage citizens and young people especially to make cycling a fully-fledged practice, that they could adopt and integrate into their activities on a daily basis.

The various speakers promoted the idea of the bike as a means of transport that is conducive to soft mobility, which could generate both economic and environmental benefits – hence the need to advocate its cause with local authorities is a key point in order to organize the practice of cycling and protect bikers, especially in the city de Kairouan which recently inaugurated its very first cycling lane of 200m long.

The current situation of confinement could, besides, be the catalyst for a rapid development of the adoption of the bicycle, given the health risk posed by public transport.

Other initiatives to democratize the bicycle are also already flourishing in Tunisia, amongst which the AUTREMENT project, whose official launch is planned for the month of June with the supervision of a consortium composed of the city of Strasbourg, the Municipalities of Kairouan and Mahdia, and the Associations ALDAle réseau CODATUCEREMA, LDA Tunisia and Vélorution.

The project is part of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11, promoting sustainable communities and cities; it includes 7 micro-projects in Kairouan and 3 in Mahdia based on une participatory approach and on citizen consultation; and allows for the importation of the successful experience of Strasbourg to the local Tunisian context.