The handbook is online. Written by the Fitzcarraldo research unit, commissioned by UNESCO. It includes theories and case studies, it outlines methodologies, trends and phenomena on cultural consumes and participation. The handbook is thought for researchers, statisticians and public officers, paying special attention to be applicable in emergent Countries.
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An observation survey on the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice. The survey uses the Miranda technological module, which was designed by Fitzcarraldo to carry out surveys revealing the interaction between museum displays and visitors, and to assess the communicative potential of the onsite communication system.
Lecce, 23-29 September 2012
ArtLab is the annual meeting organized since 2006 by Fondazione Fitzcarraldo: a public space where artists, cultural managers, researchers, decision makers, funders, sponsors meet, discuss and share their experiences and reflections about the future of arts and culture in general and about the cultural management and politics in particular in Italy and in the international ground.
Turin, Berlin, Lecce, November 2012 - November 2013
CRPC XIV - Advanced Course for Arts Managers is addressed to the cultural operators whose aim is to make their organisations grow and to develop cultural project at their best, or to those who wish to become professionals in arts and culture and seek for a project to invest in. For 17 years CRPC has supported cultural operators to carry out their project by providing training sessions held by the best trainers of the sector and mentoring activities all the year long. 13 scholarships are awarded to the best projects to be developed during the course.
Fitzcarraldo carries out for Slow Food a wide-spectrum research about the people who participate in the Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre 2012. The survey is designed to detect the profile and identity of visitors, the reasons why, the ways of participation, the perception and the overall satisfaction. The study aims to reconstruct the economic impact and the additional benefits coming from from indirect expenditure generated by the visitors.
Fitzcarraldo is part of the technical team working at the candidature of the city of Matera to become European Capital of Culture in 2019. Fitzcarraldo is carrying out an international benchmarking for the application setting up.
An analysis of the economic social and cultural impact of Operaestate Festival Veneto, one of the largest Italian festivals. The survey provides both funders and organizers with a common knowledge framework for the assessment of the cultural initiatives and of the benefits they bring to the community and to the local economy.
Fitzcarraldo takes part in the E.R.I.C.A. Project together with Department of Social Sciences, of the University of Turin, in fact. The objective of Fitzcarraldo contribution is to investigate the relationship in the province of Cuneo between the food and the cultural industries and creativity, which is a possible way in which the knowledge economy meets the traditional sectors.
A survey which reconstructs the profile, the preferences and the satisfaction level of the people visiting the Palazzo dei Consoli in Gubbio. The survey was commissioned by the Municipality of Gubbio.
Fitzcarraldo carries out a research promoted by the CRC Foundation on the economic impact generated on the territory by some of the most important gastronomic and arts & crafts fairs in the province of Cuneo. The research adopts a multidimensional approach and helps to understand what these events produce in terms of development, growth and well-being.
An analysis on the demand generated by the MITO Settembre Musica festival in 2012 and its economic impact. The survey is aimed at knowing the audience who takes part in the various initiatives of the festival, their profile and at quantifying the size of economic activity generated by the event, taking into consideration both the system of direct and indirect expenditure arising from the participation of the public, and the artistic and technical personnel involved.
The second edition of the biannual Master for cultural managers – which we organise in Lugano (CH) together with the Conservatory of the Italian Swiss – was launched last 19th October 2012.