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  • Le nuove forme di partenariato pubblico-privato per la valorizzazione del patrimonio a fini di innovazione sociale e culturale
    The new forms of public-private partnership enhancing heritage and inspiring social and cultural innovation
    ArtLab 2018 Bari- Matera
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The new forms of public-private partnership enhancing heritage and inspiring social and cultural innovation ArtLab 2018 Bari- Matera


Thursday, 25 October, 2018 - 14:30 to 18:45
BARI - Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, Salone degli Affreschi

The practices of cultural and social innovation need places of experimentation, long times to consolidate the results and conditions of operational flexibility in relations with the public administration. The third paragraph of Article 151 of the new Procurement Code (Legislative Decree (50/2016) opens up new, dedicated and simplified forms of public-private partnership for the enhancement of public heritage for cultural and social innovation purposes, able to strengthen cultural and creative enterprises, to offer more services to citizens, to improve tourism supply and to produce quality jobs. The conference is a project and operational with the aim of defining a structured platform of proposals to policy makers.





Linda Di Pietro, President, RENA



Donato Gentile, President, Culture Commission, ANCI
Roberto Pella, Vice President Vicar, ANCI




Ore 14.45 -17.00

Act one. Scenarios and programs for the reuse of public assets
Nikki Locke, Senior Programme Manager, Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth, British Council
Co-creating social and economic change through people-led approaches; a perspective from the UK.

Olivier Graeven, Partner, Braaksma & Roos Architectenbureau

Dutch experiences of re-use and sustainable development of historic buildings for social innovation purposes

Giovanni Formiglio, Italian State property agency
Public real estate assets: first report on impacts 

Flaviano Zandonai, Researcher, Euricse
The experience of the Unattended Stations by the State Railway 
Giovanna Barni, President, CoopCulture
Public-private partnerships for the enhancement of cultural heritage: evaluation and perspectives 

Aldo Patruno, Direttore Dip. Turismo, Economia della cultura e valorizzazione del territorio, Regione Puglia
The role of Public-private partnerships in regional cultural policies
Nicola Capone, Stato dei luoghi
The regeneration of places on a cultural basis


Ezio Micelli, Professor of Economic Evaluation of Projects, Università IUAV di Venezia
The value of public heritage in the scope of economic valorization and resources for social innovation

Franco Milella, Board Member, Fitzcarraldo Foundation
The strategic value of new forms of Partnerships pursuant to art. 15 of the Tenders Code



Ore 17.15 - 18.45
Act two. Works in progress 


Franco Milella, Board Member, Fitzcarraldo Foundation

in dialogue with



1.Ex Monastero del Carmine of Bergamo


Nadia Ghisalberti, Councilor of Culture, Bergamo Municipality
Emanuela Presciani, Teatro Tascabile di Bergamo


2. The museum and cultural heritage of the University of Catania


Candeloro Bellantoni, General Director, University of Catania
Francesco Mannino, President, Officine Culturali Catania


3. Ex Manifattura Tabacchi of Bari


Antonio Felice Uricchio, Rector, University of Bari “Aldo Moro”
Elisabetta Spitz, CEO, Invimit




Vincenzo Santoro, Head of Culture and Tourism Department, ANCI 




* At the end of the meeting you will be asked to register for one of the working groups scheduled for the session of October 26th "The new forms of public-private partnership enhancing heritage and inspiring social and cultural innovation".