We are working on a research which analyses the audience of Torino Jazz Festival 2014 and - by means of the Economic Impact Analysis method (EIA) - the economic impact generated on the local area.
The study was commissioned by Chamber of Commerce of Torino and Città di Torino.
Evaluation of the regional programme Nati per Leggere (Born to read) in Piedmont, which is part of a broader national programme enhancing the reading out for children aged between 6 months and 5 years. The study evaluates 10 years experience and identifies some best practices and tools to support the design of further activities.
The study was commissioned by Compagnia di San Paolo and Regione Piemonte.
This study anlyses the economic impact of the International Book Fair held in Turin in 2013 and uses the methodology of the Economic Impact Analysis (EIA) to measure the direct additional economy generated by the event on the local area.
The study was commissioned by Chamber of Commerce of Torino.
This research analyses the audience of the second edition of the Torino Jazz Festival and the economic impact generated on the local area with the Economic Impact Analysis method (EIA).
The study was commissioned by Chamber of Commerce of Torino and Città di Torino.
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. The research includes the EIA Economic Impact Assessment and the analysis of the visitors, in order to investigate their socio-cultural backgrounds, their motivations and their knowledge of the area and of its cultural culture.
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.
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 for and the ways of participation, and the overall satisfaction. The perception and knowledge of the various aspects of identity, of content and offer of the Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre, as well as the perception and assessments of the environmental sustainability aspects concerning the event will be also investigated. The study aims to reconstruct the economic impact and the additional benefits coming from from indirect expenditure generated by the visitors.
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 of the cultural initiatives and of the benefits they bring to the community and to the local economy.
Evaluation of an experimental project Leonia which rethinks the role of contemporary creativity in programs of sustainability and urban regeneration policies. The evaluation of Fitzcarraldo focuses primarily on the participatory planning workshops and self buliding of a public installation in a popular neighbourhood of Turin.
Fitzcarraldo was commissioned by UNESCO to produce a "Handbook on Measuring Cultural Participation" which should help cultural organisations and the operators to undertake evaluation process of cultural participation. The Handbook will include some cases from Latin America, Africa, South-East Asia and the Arab region.
Evaluation analysis on the effectiveness of the interventions of Fondazione Cassa Di Risparmio di Cuneo for the improvement of the cultural heritage in the province of Cuneo. This study has been commissioned by Fondazione CRC.
A study to evaluate the "Cultural Exchange Department" in relation to the mission of the Asia-Europe Foundation (gathering 45 European and Asian governments), and as regards as the current cooperation actions between Asia and Europe and the professional development of the beneficiaries. The study also aims at understanding the efficiency of the cooperation models and to provide some recommendations for the future. This study was carried out together with the India Foundation for the Arts.
A study on the economic dimension and the general benefits which the main Italian Book Fair generates in the city of Torino and in the region. The study was commissioned by Fondazione per il Libro, la Musica e la Cultura. Main results
Annual monitoring of new ways of spreading culture and the art of the theatre, in order to provide a complete, in-depth description of the activities of multidisciplinary residencies in Piedmont, and to assess the possibility and suitability of adopting performance indicators that might assist in evaluating projects.
Analysis of the various types of integrated projects (integrated area projects, local development programmes, Interreg) in order to establish a set of indicators and to suggest a monitoring and assessment system for ways of funding museums and cultural resources in integrated development projects and for assessing their impact on local development.
Funded by the Fondazione CRT and the Compagnia di San Paolo: monitoring and cataloguing of projects and investments for museums in Piedmont. This monitoring programme is designed to create a constantly updatable overview.
Funded by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Torino, the monitoring project was designed to create a model for gathering information about operations financed by the Fondazione as part of the "Note e Sipari" programme, experimenting it on a sample of contributions, in order to gain better knowledge of how and where they were used, and to what effect.
Funded by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Torino, the monitoring project was designed to create a model for gathering data concerning restoration operations financed by the Fondazione, experimenting it on a sample of contributions, in order to gain better knowledge of how and where they were used, and to what effect. The monitoring operation involved 46 contributions made mainly to ecclesiastical, but also to public and private institutions.
Commissioned by the research department of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage.
A survey designed to assess types and needs of museum visitors, and facilities and additional services offered. Particular attention was paid to information services, visit bookings, cloakrooms, educational visits, audio-guides, bookshops and points of sale, and cafés and restaurants.
This is a wide-ranging and well-documented fact-finding study, with a wealth of in-depth analyses, which examines supplementary services in Italy, eight years after the constituent law (the Ronchey Law).
The first study of the processes and effects of cultural networking, carried out at European level in 1998 and 1999.
The Study on the Effects of Networking was commissioned by the IETM (Informal European Theatre Meeting), a network of over 450 live-entertainment organisations in 40 countries.
This was the first study of the processes and effects of cultural networking, and was carried out at European level in 1998-1999. It employed a number of instruments:
a questionnaire sent to members to gather quantitative data on IETM organisations
32 face-to-face interviews with members of the network – selected on the basis of sector, activity, background, and location – providing invaluable qualitative data on the experiences of individuals within IETM
telephone interviews with members who have left the network, in order to investigate the reasons why, and examine changes within the network
participation in working groups and meetings, as well as informal encounters during the meetings in Cardiff (October 1998), Helsinki (April 1999) and Barcelona (October 1999).
The study examined business strategies, cultural attitudes, the system of values and the studies carried out by network members, and it identified behaviour patterns and trends in the use of the network, as well as the conditions for its use.
The study examined:
interactions between individuals, personal histories and pathways;
the effects of networking: immaterial and material results, expectations, and changes induced by networking in individual members and their organisations;
the effects of interaction on the structuring of the network: size, organisation, network economies.
A 5-year evaluation of cultural policy through the analysis of administrative measures and a surveys of the players and the population, youth groups and users of cultural activities. For Comune di Valdagno.
A survey of arts sponsorship in Lombardia aimed at analysing corporate experience, sponsorship phases, relations with the public administration and future prospects, commissioned by the Osservatorio Culturale Lombardo (1993/94).
Commissioned by the European Commission DG X the study analyses the impact of EU policy on 200 European cinema festivals. It also contains the proceedings of the meeting "I festival e la politica audiovisiva della Commissione Europea" held in Turin on 26.11.1994.