PROGRAMME

PROGRAM OF THE II EUROPEAN CONGRESS

 

Program – Day 1

Palazzio Reale di Palermo

March 2, 2023

 

9,30h.- Opening

  • Gaetano Galvagno, president of the Federico II Foundation and of the Sicilian Regional Assembly
  • Patrizia Monterosso, director of the Federico II Foundation
  • Leandro Ventura, director of the Central Institute for Intangible Heritage. Italian Ministry of Culture
  • Sergio Ortega Muñoz, Head of the Heritage Protection and European Programs Service. General Sub-Directorate for Management and Coordination of Cultural Assets. Ministry of Culture of Spain.
  • Juan Ramón Valdivia Rosa, president of the European Network of Holy Week and Easter Celebrations

10,30h.- First Session

  • 10,30h Opening conference by Ignazio Buttittan
  • 11,00h Joaquín Marza Mercé. ‘The Role of Schools and Museums as Transmission Element for Children and Young Persons. Recommended Methodology’

11,30h.- Break

12,00h.- Presentation of communications:Teaching ExperiencesLinked to Holy Week and Easter: Schools and Museums as Tools to PromoteChildren and Youth Participation’

13,30h. Lunch Break

15,30h.- Second Session

  • 15,30h.- Antonio Miguel Nogues. ‘Holy Week Celebrations in Tourist Contexts’
  • 16,00h.- Lia Giancristofaro. ‘Holy Week and Easter as Local Development Drives: Two Case Studies in Abruzzo’
  • 16.30h.- Nicu Panea. ‘Holy Thursday or death as fulfillment’

17,00h.- Break

17,30h.- Presentation of communications: ‘Holy Week and Easter as Drivers of Local Development’

19,00h.- End of Day 1

 

Program – Day 2

Oratorio di Santa Elena e Costantino di Palermo

March 3, 2023

 

9,30h.- Third Session

  • 9,30h.- Sebastiano Mannia. ‘Holy Week in Sardinia: Symbols, Rituals, Customs, Devotion and Local Identity’
  • 10,00h.- Antoinette Molinie. ‘La Semana Santa como trascendencia del tiempo y del espacio de la comunidad’
  • 10,30h.- Eugenio Imbriani. ‘Among the Fire and the Noise of The Passion Play

11,00h.- Break

11,30 h.- Presentation of communications: ‘Holy Week and Easter as Local and European Social Cohesion Elements: The Role of the Bearer Communities’

13,00h.- Lunch Break 

15,30h.- Fourth Session

  • 15,30h.- Ferdinando Mirizzi. ‘From Holy Representations of the Past to the Contemporary Rite of Holy Week’
  • 16,00h.- Joze Stukl. ‘The Passion Play of Skofja Loka, Slovenia
  • 16,30h.- Davide Porporato. ‘The Popular Passion Play of Piamonte: The Passion at Sordevolo’
  • 17,00h.- Claudio Bernardi. ‘Europassion for Italy: The Passion Play during the Holy Week in Italy’

17,30h.- Break 

18,00h.- Presentation of communications: ‘Art, Theatre and Music in Holy Week and Easter Traditions: Reality, Evolution and Contemporary Expressions’

19,00h.- Closing conference by Miguel López Guadalupe

19,30 h.- Closing Ceremony

  • Julio Grande Ibarra, coordinator of the Scientific Committee of the European Network of Holy Week and Easter Celebrations
  • Patrizia Monterosso, director of the Federico II Foundation
  • Representative of the European Institute of Cultural Routes
  • Patrizia Nardi, Head of UNESCO Italy
  • Closure Patrizia Monterosso, director of the Federico II Foundation

*Provisional program subject to modifications

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