Adriamuse wants to find new ways to support cultural tourism along both sides of the Adriatic Sea. The intention is to market coastal realities through innovative events and new forms of museums experiences that allow decision-makers and tourist operators to better meet the diverse visitor expectations.
Adriamuse will design maritime heritage trails interconnecting manifold curiosities, cultural artefacts, archaeological sites, seaports, lighthouses, songs, ultra centenarian fish shops, seasonal trading fairs, restaurants and what ever refers to coastal and maritime heritage. New conceptual approaches for museum out-door events “beyond its walls” will be tested to attract visitors that generally do not enter museums.
Museums and galleries indeed, will play a major role in the event creation and management due to their know-how in preserving, documenting and showing the life of communities for whom the sea has been an essential lifeline and source of food over centuries.
The project aims to foster museum awareness by being part of the Euromuse.net.
The Adriamuse Partners
- Province of Rimini (IT)
- The Institute of Cultural Heritage - Emilia-Romagna Region (IT)
- Veneto Region – Unità Complessa Progetti Strategici e Politiche Comunitarie (IT)
- IUAV University of Venice (IT)
- Province of Pesaro-Urbino (IT)
- Province of Campobasso (IT)
- Skupa s.r.l. (IT)
- Municipality of Rimini (IT)
- National Museum of Montenegro (MNE)
- Municipality of Shkodra (AL)
- Business Service Centre of Government of Zenica-Doboj Canton (BiH)
- Region of Istria (HR)
Adriamuse is co-funded by the European Union, Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance, Adriatic IPA Programme. Its content does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the European Commission.