The 60 hours course of Cultural Economics edited by Research Centre Silvia Santagata starts from May 9th 2014. It is part of the master in Management and Creativity of Hills Heritage. The Master is organized by Giovanni Goria Association in cooperation with University Campus of UNI-ASTISS and assisted by University of Turin. The Master is based on wine-producing hill areas like Langhe, Roero e Monferrato (they are in nomination to be part of UNESCO World Heritage’s list). This Master is focused on the way cultural, tourist, production and landscape districts work to be competitive, and the way they promote their own territories (management and organization). The course by CSS concerns Cultural Economics Heritage, Creative Atmosphere, Cultural Tourism, Cultural Districts and Local Development, New Media and Start –Up, Winemaking, Gastronomy, Cultural Projects Management.
The teachers of the course are:
– Giovanna Segre: Scientific Manager of CSS-EBLA. Professor at IUAV University of Venice.
– Paola Borrione: Member of the Managing Board of CSS-Ebla and eComLab Manager
– Martha Friel: Manager of CSS-EBLA branch in Milan
– Aldo Buzio: Executive Manager of CSS-EBLA