On Saturday 6th of April 2019 from 9.30am to 1.30pm, the Architecture Department of Università degli Studi Roma Tre (aula Urbano VIII) will be hosting the masterclass “Co-participation: active experience in the field of Cultural Goods”, as part of the International Master of second level “ Heritage Culture. Knowledge, conservation, valorisation, management.”
The masterclass will be conducted by the Professors Paola Demartini and Michela Marchiori from the Business Management Department of the Università degli Studi Roma Tre. From the LabGov team, Alessandro Antonelli, vice president of Amici di LabGov, will participate to the meeting and illustrate the Co-City methodological protocol, the Co-Roma and Horizon 2020 Open Heritage project, by developing the examples of the Association Communità Parco Pubblico di Centocelle (CPPC) and the Community cooperative -CooperACTiva- active in the Alessandrino-Centocelle-Torre Spaccata neighborhoods, a particularly disadvantaged area (Human development Index of 0.55-0.60 ISU 0-1). More specifically, he will illustrate the co-planning process for the Local Action Plan of the Rome Collaboratory, which will involve all stakeholders active in the three neighborhoods, in the definition of services and activities aiming to promote an inclusive and sustainable local development.
Will also take part in the event: Sandra Aloia, responsible for Cultural Innovation in the Compagnia San Paolo, Teresa di Bartolomeo, responsible for Cooperation as well social and cultural Sustainability within Coopculture, Andrea Colafranceschi founder of the Association TorPiùBella, Claudio Gnessi, General coordinator for the Ecomuseo Casilino Roma and Carlo Testini, in charge of Urban Policy within Arci.