Adaptive Reuse, Inclusion and innovative practices (ARIIP)
Adaptive Reuse, Inclusion and innovative practices (ARIIP) is a project led by The Abbaye aux Dames and its partners to identify and analyze at European level the best existing or emerging practices about the enhancement of cultural heritage. 60 individual mobilizations will be organized in 4 different European countries in 2022. From October 17th to 21st 2022, La Corte Ospitale will host a workshop for cultural professionals to analyze and share the best practices on Artistic Residency and Audience Development related to cultural heritage.
Partners: ACCR, Abbaye aux Dames la cité musicale, Abbaye de Fontevraud, Abbaye de Noirlac, Abbaye d’Ambronay, Abbaye de Sylvanes, Chartreuse de Neuville, Château de Goutelas, Saline Royale d’arc et Senans, La cité du mot, Charente tourisme, Ville de Saintes, Pays de Saintonge Romane, Centre social Belle Rive.
The ARIIP project “Adaptive Reuse, Inclusion and Innovative Practices” is an Erasmus+ project led by the Abbaye aux Dames la cité musicale with the Association des Centres Culturels de Rencontre.
The mobility at the Corte Ospitale set these goals:
– Identifying and analyzing at the European level the existing or emerging best practices in terms of reuse and revaluation of heritage.
– providing professionals with practical and theoretical tools to develop accessibility and to implement it concretely in the daily work.
– Acquiring practical tools to develop viable, sustainable economic models based on participatory reuse of heritage.
The study group in mobility at the Corte Ospitale is specifically interested in good practices in terms of artistic residencies in order to deepen the relationship between heritage places, artists in residence, and the communities.
How to make the work of artists in residence visible? How to guide the artist to guarantee the quality of his work? How to create innovative moments of encounter between the residents and the community?
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