How to create a project with the aim to revitalize and redevelop your city?
The proposal it can be articulated on different levels, with themes and to executive degrees distinguishable that can be realized at different times depending on the possibilities available.
All cities are characterized with different persistence of high quality, on the archaeological floor, historical and artistic, although often not well identified; This is because almost unknown, especially to the residents themselves and of curse (or maybe not), to the outside visitors. You can offer itineraries with times is minimal (short visit) or is long (depth tour), depending on the possibilities and interests of each visitor. Also we should not forget the suburbs.
You would suggest themed routes, connected for example to a particular event, such as a current exhibition.
It is obvious that the work will be cooperated in synergy with the public and the private; with local authorities, with the holders and owners of various sites (Superintendents, municipality, province, state, diocese, associations, individuals) as they will need to consent to the visits, in times and procedures agreed, and the ability to publish what is proposed.
Pay attention to:
A) Mapping of the sites and places.
B) Creation of the related material and city route signs
C) The sites and locations: Museums, archives and libraries, churches and itineraries frescoed buildings, porticoes, commercial and craft shops, monuments and secular sculptures.
D) temporary and permanent exhibitions
In summary the project proposal provides, at the discretion of the operational and financial resources, the following initiatives:
1) formulation of thematic maps that identify a series of itineraries:
a) urban route, the historic centre;
b) urban route, which identifies some paths relative to the churches;
c) urban route, which identifies some paths, extrapolated from the general, relative to the buildings (museums, palaces agreement);
d) urban journey, which identifies some paths relative to the painted facades, the architecture, to the places of historical interest such as local and historical exercises, houses of artists, etc.;
e) urban route, which identifies some paths relative to the porticoes;
f) urban itinerary with buildings outside the city limits;
g) extra urban route, which circumscribes the provincial boundary;
h) extra urban itinerary aimed at appreciating those places has not been built, but the strong human and natural value justifying the history and the conformation of the town settlement.
2) Formulation of material to be distributed free of charge,
a) folding, map sheets, brochures and the like;
b) one or more leaflets, maybe inserted in one box as already offered by other companies or tourist and cultural or territorial authorities;
c) formulation of tableau, totems, inscriptions or plaques to be placed within and / or outside the sites
3) All must be coordinated and included in the web, through collaboration with major sites related to travel and culture, taking into account differences and peculiarities of each country in which the material is spread, for example, a special focus concerns about China, which has a parallel web and different from the rest of the world and it does not allow access to major Western media.
Establish a coordination that promotes initiatives, coordinated cross events: the monographic exhibition of art, also about not well known people, preferably local, but who have contributed to the growth in terms of quality of urban culture; also exhibition about the cultural and historical heritage deposited in the archives: library materials, illuminated, documentary, etc.
Promoting exhibitions, with associated publications, perhaps specific theme, even around a single work, and (why not?) restore the old tradition where the local stores compete for their quality of promoting exhibitions of new artists.
t is always that they should be considered a fundamental concept: the institutions dedicated to the formation of the immediate future citizens must not be removed from the urban fabric, but more and more integrated.