Centro Europeo Turismo Cultura e Spettacolo (CET)
Centro Europeo Turismo Cultura e Spettacolo (CET) greatest strength lies in the ability to increase the value of cultural heritage through events that enhance historical monuments and boost audience development. The longstanding experience of CET’s staff has ensured a series of successful initiatives thanks to the collaboration with art historians capable to engage large audiences with ambitious cultural operations, the partnership with institutional bodies such as the DG and the Superintendencies of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, the capability to choose spaces within historic sites and a winning communication strategy.
Skoklosters castle is museum from the baroques, when Sweden was the great power in the north, with a well-preserved and magnificent milieus with décor from 1600s and onwards. Skokloster castle is a stately museum since 1967 when the state bought it from a private family. It is the largest private castle ever builds in Sweden. The museum is open daily during the summer, weekends at spring and autumn.
Theodoros Papagiannis Museum
Theodoros Papagiannis Museum cultural strategy is focused on nine strategic aims:
1. Sustainable heritage, 2. Developing cultural creativity and production in order to minimize the distance of Museum of its local community, 3. Audience development through redefining identity, 4. Educational character through releasing creative energy, 5. Improving the cultural policy of the region through connecting people, 6. International artistic vision making the Museum attractive to an international audience., 7. Give the local economy a strong cultural push, 8. Promote innovative approaches to heritage and traditional artforms, 9. Promoting the Museum as a major centre of creativity and cultural tourism and insisting on the creativity of people.
ULHT (COFAC) will participate in the project with the Centre for Research in Applied Communication, Culture, and New Technologies (CICANT), from the School of Communication, Architecture, Arts and Information Technologies (ECATI).
CICANT promotes theoretical and applied research on all its subject areas, particularly focusing on knowledge transfer and exchange with industry other R&DUs at the cross of media, arts, culture and technologies.
Tirana Ekspres is a non-profit organization initiated by artists, activists, environmentalists, policymakers, social-business undertakers and researchers whose purpose is to enhance the cultural & artistic perception and expression in Tirana and beyond. The goal is to work in strong partnerships with the community and to use the potential of art by creating and organizing inspiring events, networks of artists and long-term projects.
Palazzo Chigi di Ariccia (Rome, Italy)
Museu Bordalo Pinheiro (Lisbon, Portugal)
Department of Cultural Heritage Management & New Technologies – Dr. Christos D. Merantzas, University of Patras (Greece)
Kilkis Museum (Kilkis, Greece)
National museum George Kastrioti Skanderbeg/ Muzeu etnografik (Kruja, Albania)
Muzeu Arkeologjik Durres (Durres, Albania)
Museo Diocesano di Albano (Albano Laziale, Italy)
Skanelaholms Slott (Sweden)