tARTini

TO6

Preserving and protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency.

The project in numbers
Duration:
24 months
Start date: 01.10.17
End date: 30.09.19
N. Partner: 6
 
Progress
Budget:
1.286.926,00€
Budget FERS:
1.093.887,10€

The project in numbers

Duration: 
24 months
Start / End: 
01.10.17 to 30.09.19
Project progress: 
79%
Budget: 
1286926.00€
Budget FERS: 
1093887.10€

tARTini

Cultural tourism under the banner of Giuseppe Tartini
Priority Axis 3

Protecting and promoting natural and cultural resources

Specific Objective: 
OS 3.1.
Investment Priority: 
PI 6c
Typology: 
Standard
Overall Objective of the Project: 

The goal is to implement activities aimed at preserving, evaluating, developing, and promoting the cultural heritage of Tartini, in order to increase the demand for sustainable tourism within the central area of Tartini’s creative triangle. The project will be aimed at maintaining the integrity of the cultural heritage, whose existence is continually threatened by other activities, as well as promoting the sustainable use of cultural heritage with the creation of the TARTINI product.

Project summary: 

The common challenge faced by the project is the preservation of the border area’s cultural heritage in order to promote the study, preservation, and promotion of the cultural heritage associated with the famous musician Giuseppe Tartini, who was born in Piran in 1692, as well as its exploitation for the development of a new, sustainable cross-border cultural tourism itinerary.
In fact, Tartini was active among the cities of Piran, Koper, Venice, and Padua, and therefore had a captivating and wide-reaching impact upon the European cultural context. This therefore constitutes both the network of the Tartini documentary heritage attributable to the project area, as well as the main target area for which the new cultural/tourism product is intended. The overall objective is to ensure the accessibility of Tartini’s artistic, didactic, philosophical, and scientific legacy, as the driving force behind an interesting tourist destination capable of drawing an increasing number of visitors, based on the same model as the Mozart/Salzburg pairing. To this end, the project entails the identification, cataloguing, digital archiving, and publication of the Tartini sources, the design of the product, the organisation of the new “Giuseppe Tartini” cultural/tourism itinerary, the production of the relative communication materials, including promotional events, and minor structural redevelopment interventions for public access and use. The project’s main immediate effects would be an increase in the number of visitors to the area, amounting to a total of 3000 per year; the redevelopment of the Casa Tartini museum in Piran; the introduction of technological multimedia equipment for accessing the Tartini sources; and benefits for the local communities, especially tourism companies and new creative enterprises, as well as for the local cultural life and the relative institutions.

Main results: 

The project’s most important result lies in the creation of an innovative cross-border cultural/tourism product bearing the TARTINI brand, which is linked to the results of the program’s specific objective of evaluating, cataloguing and exploiting the cultural heritage of Giuseppe Tartini, and generally promoting it as a common heritage of the cross-border area. The product’s promotional launch will take place with three major events (in Piran, Trieste, and Ljubljana), where the product will be presented to the general public.
By raising awareness of Tartini’s heritage among the target audience, operators in the tourism and cultural sectors of the economy will also be informed about the possibilities offered by the exploitation of this cultural heritage. Informing people about the opportunities offered by the green economy, green jobs, and sustainable tourism enables them to combat the degradation and pollution of cultural heritage caused by humans. In this manner, the target audience will be able to gain a better understanding of the sustainable lifestyle. This is the only way that we can all work together to have a broader impact on the cross-border area, with concrete and measurable changes. The second result of the project involves the creation of the cross-border Tartini cultural itinerary, which will connect Tartini’s birthplace with the cities where worked and lived. The fixed cultural heritage (the house where Tartini was born) and mobile cultural heritage (his music and writings) will both be presented through cultural events (exhibitions, concerts, workshops, initiatives in the field of scientific research, the publication of specialised and collected works, and the consolidated Tartini network). Casa Tartini will serve as both the start and the end of this new cross-border cultural itinerary, and will be outfitted with an information centre, as well as a new multimedia museum pathway, which will guide visitors through the home. The Tartini cultural itinerary will be a real world experience to be enjoyed in real time, and will be adequately highlighted and promoted. The cultural itinerary will also be available online, where Tartini’s digitalised works will be available.

Partner

Lead Partner

Občina Piran

Obalno-kraška
SLO

Project partner 1

Združenje "Skupnost Italijanov Giuseppe Tartini" Piran

Obalno-kraška
SLO

Project partner 2

Festival Ljubljana

Osrednjeslovenska
SLO

Project partner 3

Conservatorio di Musica Giuseppe Tartini

Trieste
ITA

Project partner 4

Segretariato Esecutivo dell’Iniziativa Centro Europea

Trieste
ITA

Project partner 5

Università degli Studi di Padova, Dipartimento di studi linguistici e letterari

Padova
ITA

Documents

Poster evento annuale 30/05/2018Poster evento annuale 30/05/2018
TARTINI_ITA.pdf
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Objectives and Activities

OBIETTIVI PRINCIPALI DEL PROGETTO

Lo scopo è di implementare attività per conservare, valutare e sviluppare, nonché promuovere il patrimonio culturale di Tartini, per incrementare la domanda di turismo sostenibile nell’area centrale del triangolo creativo del Tartini. Il progetto sarà finalizzato al mantenimento dell’integrità del patrimonio culturale, la cui esistenza è continuamente minacciata da altre attività, come pure alla promozione dell’uso sostenibile del patrimonio culturale con la creazione del prodotto TARTINI.

 

SITUAZIONE ATTUALE DELL’IMPLEMENTAZIONE PROGETTUALE (30/05/2018)

Attualmente, nell’ambito del progetto, si stanno svolgendo le attività degli obbiettivi di comunicazione, è in redazione il bando pubblico per la creazione di un percorso museale nella Casa Tartini, sono in traduzione le lettere personali del compositore e si sta lavorando sulla creazione del nuovo percorso turistico-culturale.

Contacts

Občina Piran

00386 (0) 56710300
Tartinijev trg 2, 6320 Piran/Pirano, Slovenija
Softič Jasna

Združenje "Skupnost Italijanov Giuseppe Tartini" Piran

00386 (0) 56733090
Kajuhova ulica 12, 6330 Piran/Pirano, Slovenija
Rojec Manuela

Festival Ljubljana

00386 (0) 12416000
Trg francoske revolucije 1, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija
Ovčak Vesna

Conservatorio di Musica Giuseppe Tartini

0039 0406724911
Via Carlo Ghega 12, 34132 Trieste, Italia
Gabrielli Francesco

Segretariato Esecutivo dell’Iniziativa Centro Europea

0039 0407786777
Via Genova 9, 34121 Trieste, Italia
Poli Ugo

Università degli Studi di Padova, Dipartimento di studi linguistici e letterari

0039 0498274800
Piazzetta G. Folena 1, 35137 Padova, Italia
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