Partners and Collaborations
The Program is organized by the University of Turin and the Politecnico di Torino, in collaboration with several partners.
The course is born in Turin in 2003, thanks to the collaboration between UNESCO, ITC-ILO and Professor Walter Santagata representing the University of Turin.
Thanks to the technical-scientific support of the Fondazione Santagata for the Economics of Culture, the master also collaborates with a strong network of national and international institutions and agencies including UNESCO, ICCROM and ICOM.
The course is managed by COREP
UNIVERSITY OF TURIN
The University of Turin
is a university in the city of Turin, in the Piedmont region of north-western Italy. It is one of the oldest universities in Europe and one of the oldest in history (founded in 1404 by Ludovico Savoy-Acaja), and continues to play an important role in research and training. It is steadily ranked among the top 5 italian universities and it is ranked third for research activities in Italy.
POLITECNICO DI TORINO
The long history of the Politecnico di Torino
has made it one of the most prestigious public institutions in education, research, technology transfer and services in all fields of Architecture and Engineering. It is a university of international standing, attracting students from over 100 countries and engaging in around 800 collaborations each year with industries, public and private institutions, and local organisations.
ICCROM - International Centre for the study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property
is an intergovernmental organization working in service to its Member States to promote the conservation of all forms of cultural heritage, in every region of the world. It operates in the spirit of the 2001 UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity. For more than six decades, ICCROM has parnered with Member States to support them in safeguarding heritage within their borders and beyond. Working at the international and governmental levels, and with institutions and professionals and the general public with an interest in heritage.
FONDAZIONE SANTAGATA for the Economics of Culture
The Fondazione Santagata for the Economics of Culture
, founded on April 13th 2018, on initiative of the Silvia Santagata Research Centre (CSS-EBLA), is a research team working on the models for the management of cultural heritage, with a specific reference to the economic dimension of development and to UNESCO related programs, and on the production of culture and cultural innovation.
CENTRE FOR RESTORATION AND CONSERVATION "LA VENARIA REALE"
The Foundation for Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage "La Venaria Reale"
was founded in 2005 as an institute for higher education and research in the field of restoration and conservation of cultural heritage. Together with training, the aims fo the Centre lie in the study and experimental research, in promoting the development of business in the area and in participating in international research and conservation programs.
CONSORZIO DELLE RESIDENZE REALI SABAUDE
The Consortium of the Royal Residences of Savoy, which directly manages the La Venaria Reale Reggia and the Giardini and Castello della Mandria complex, aims to enhance the entire system of the Royal Residences of Savoy. The Consortium is constituted by the Ministry of Culture, the Region of Piedmont, the City of Venaria Reale, the Compagnia di San Paolo, and the Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura.
FONDAZIONE 1563 PER L'ARTE E LA CULTURA
The Fondazione 1563 per l’Arte e la Cultura
, an independent body set up and administered by the Compagnia di San Paolo, is a cultural foundation specialising in support for research in the humanities, especially for young scholars who wish to further their professional preparation for careers in the cultural sector.
Among the very few Consortia that have brought together the Piedmontese University System, COREP
was established in 1987 and nowadays implements collaboration initiatives between the University of Turin, the world of production and services and local public institutions in three main areas of intervention: high-level specialist training, support for innovation and services for Consurtium Members.