University graduates, PhD students and researchers from the Faculties of Architecture, Design, Urban Planning, Geography, Visual Arts, Sociology, Anthropology and Fine Arts Academies.
Public Administration officials; Architects and planners.
Curators and artists (visual arts, cinema, documentary, theater).
Cultural and third sector operators (cultural associations, local authorities, non profits, foundations).
Designing and enhancing the landscape and its hidden potential through creative practices.
Learning Action-Research techniques (mapping the area, data collecting on landscape, audience development, interviews, local reconnaissance).
Building skills and sharing procedures with participants in order to apply for public and private grant applications.
Identifying and making use of “the commons” through shared management between local authorities, citizens and/or residents.
Increasing the value of local heritage (cultural, landscape, material and immaterial) through generative and participatory actions.
Developing territorial and intercultural mediation strategies aimed at local communities and experts working in the field of culture.