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Ignacio Evangelista and “Transvisiones 15:” Representing “The Line on the Map” and Investigating Borders (Centro de Arte de Alcobendas, Madrid, Spain 2 | June – 4 July 2015)

Transvisiones 15 is a group exhibition currently on-going in Centro de Arte de Alcobendas, showing photographs shot by Yuri Tuma, Carlos Ivan Hernandez, Maricel Delgado, Julio Galeote, Ignacio Evangelista, and Andrés Pachón during periods of work in various locations as artists in residence.

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Fare partecipazione al museo. Metodi e approcci per l’accessibilità e l’intercultura

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MeLa Project is one of the partner of the course Fare partecipazione al museo. Metodi e approcci per l’accessibilità e l’intercultura (Fostering participation in museums. Methods and approaches to accessibility and interculture), organised by Musei senza barriere and ABCittà in various locations in Milan, from 30 April to 8 May 2015.

Anna Chiara Cimoli (ABCittà/MeLa*Project) is one of the conceiver and curator of the project, in cooperation with Maria Chiara Ciaccheri and Paola Rampoldi. She is also directly involved as an educator, as well as other MeLa Project researchers: Rita Capurro and Davide Spallazzo.

The course Fare partecipazione al museo was conceived to promote the experimentation of innovative models, methods and practeces to participation in museums, with a specific focus on the involvement of an audience affected […]

RF03 case study at Museo Laboratorio della Mente, Rome, Italy

The ongoing RF03 research on networks and collaborations has been further enriched with a case study at the Museo Laboratorio della Mente, visited on 12 March 2012. Based in Rome, Italy, the museum opened in 2000, in the location of the Santa Maria della Pietà hospital complex. The museum provides a journey through the history of mental institutions, a story of hardship and diversity, of the fight against the stigma of mental illness and for the promotion of mental health. The importance of the Museo Laboratorio della Mente is supported at regional, national and international level for its experience, archive, research, public involvement, training, exhibits and expansion of the exhibition space in collaboration with the artist group Studio Azzurro.

Perla Innocenti (University of Glasgow) and Giulia Grechi (University of Naples) visited the museum premises and conducted an in-depth interview with the Musem director Dr Pompeo Martelli (pictured below) in […]

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