MUSA participates in the Landscape Week:
protagonists the Salina Camillone and the salt workers at work in a video entitled "Landscape is Transmission"
The Landscape Week has started including a series of initiatives dedicated to the landscape promoted by the network of Italian Ecomuseums in collaboration with the network of Ecomuseums of Piedmont.
MUSA, the Cervia salt museum responded together with about 50 realities including museums and ecomuseums of the Italian territory to the call and made a short video, an explanatory contribution of how much a museum can take care of and enhance reality, traditions and a unique landscape such as that of Salt pans.
The protagonist of the video is the Camillone salt pan, an open-air section of MUSA, Cervia Salt Museum - Quality Museum included in the network of museums of the Emilia Romagna Region - and antenna of the Ecomuseum of Salt and the Sea of Cervia.
The theme points out the tradition, the art of craftsmanship and the world of the salt pan.
The Camillone salt pan, the open-air section of the MUSA salt museum in Cervia, thus becomes a representative image of the values of Cervia within the thematic section "Landscape is transmission": transmission of traditions, transmission of salt culture, transmission of history and values of the city of salt.
The rich and articulated review includes a series of events curated by the regional networks entitled "The landscape seen by ecomuseums" (28 June - 30 September) and will end in the autumn with three important round tables dedicated to the role of ecomuseums in relation to the climate crisis , the European Landscape Convention and the National Museum System.
The video of the salt museum is published on the MUSA web page in the Gallery section (photos and videos)
Link to the video https://musa.comunecervia.it/it/gallery/videogallery.html
The videos will be published on the FB page of the network of Italian ecomuseums and the initiatives will continue until November with webinars, round tables, meetings and reflections on the themes of conservation and enhancement, sustainable development, landscape as a common good.
Cervia, 23rd June