Presentations

Here you can find the ppt presentations of the workshop.
 Looking at carnival and feasts as a mechanism of governance and of global understanding (Luiz Osterbeek)
Carnival project Coordinator, (Vicent Guerola Blay)

Vice President of IPT, (Miguel Pinto dos Santos)

 

Pannel 1 – Carnival: from tradition, through feast, into knowledge. Materialities and identity: great Carnival traditions [1]

KNOWLEDGE OF URBAN IDENTITY AND TRADITIONS OF THE SOUTHERN TERRITORY THROUGH THE CARNIVALS AND THE FEASTES (click here to see the presentation: part1 part 2 ) (prof. arch. Luigi Fusco Girard, prof. arch. Teresa Colletta, arch. Errico Anny, arch. Lucia Bello, dott.ssa Teresa Peluso – Interdepartmental Center of Research in Urban Planning “Alberto Calza Bini”, Laboratory of Research and Sustainable City – University of Naples “Federico II” whit ARF ART collaboration proposal)

DEVELOPMENT AND FORMATION OF THE MAINZ CARNIVAL FROM THE HISTORICAL BEGINNINGS UNTIL TODAY  (DieterWenger, Gilbert Korte, Steven Klötzer – Stadt Mainz)
THE UNESCO WAY BETWEEN AGRIGENTO (1998) AND BAKÚ (2015)( José Manuel Gironés – Unesco Valencia)
Viareggio  Carnval (Alessandra Delle Fave and Andrea Mazzi – Fondazione Carnevale di Viareggio)
The Northern Portugal Carnival Traditions. The Caretos of Podence (Vítor Teixeira – Universidade Católica do Porto)

Loures Carnval (Martim Galamba, Ana Lucia Carrilho – Loures Carnival Association)

 

Pannel 2 – Subtle feasts: disruption within the norms[2]

A PATRIMONALIZATION OF THE FALLAS OF VALENCIA: TO YOUR RECOGNITION AS CULTURAL HERITAGE OF HUMANITY (Gil-Manuel Hernàndez i Martí, Albert Moncusí i Ferré – Departamento de Sociología y Antropología Social, Universitat de València)

PROPAGGINI FEAST: BETWEEN ANCIENT RITES AND SATIRE(Emanuela Elba – Comune di Putignano)

ORNAMENTAL STREETS, IN PEREIRO DE MAÇÃO (Margarida Morais, Luiz Oosterbeek, Anabela Pereira, Sara Cura, Pedro Cura – Museu de Arte Pré-Histórica de Mação)

BONS SONS – AN EVENT, A UTOPIA (Luis Ferreira – Festival Bons Sons)

Pannel 3 – Creating a museum about carnival rituals

FILL IN THE GAPS BETWEEN OUR PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE (Guerola Blay, Vicente; Gironés Sarrió, Ignasi; Espí Pastor, Mónica – UPV)

THE FALLAS FESTIVAL MUSEUMS. PROMOTING AND VALUING THE FALLAS CULTURAL HERITAGE. (Alejandro Lagarda, Ivan Esbrí Andrés – Associació d’Etudis Fallers)

 

SMARTER FEST – FEELING THE PULSE OF A FESTIVAL: INFORMATION, SECURITY & SAFETY (João Patrício – presenter – IPT – , Nuno Madeira – IPT-, Luís Oliveira  – IPT –  and Henrique Mourisca -SoftInsa / IBM)
[1] The pannel discusses topics related to the emmergence of Carnival as a prophane fest in the Middle ages and its later evolution, converging to the contemporary main carnival traditions. It also aims at identifying the social, cultural and intellectual outputs of the carnival traditions, and how the tangible and intangible evidences combine to strengthen identities.

[2] This pannel focuses on feasts other then carnivals, either profane or religious. It aims to identify how the cultural and social need to experience feasts and  question norms has been dealt with in contexts in which Carnivals were not tolerated or never became a relevant cultural tradition.

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