“Art, Culture and Scientific research”, in art.9 of the Italian Constitution

“Art, Culture and Scientific research”, in art.9 of the Italian Constitution

It opens at the MArRC, on Thursday October 4th, at 5.00 pm, in the space of Place Paolo Orsi, the annual Conference of the Italian Association of Professors of Administrative Law (AIPDA), in collaboration with the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria, on the theme “Art, Culture and scientific Research, Constitution and Administration”, to celebrate 2018, European Year of Cultural Heritage.

After the greetings of the authorities, of the director of the Museum, Carmelo Malacrino, and the president of the AIPDA, Carla Barbati, will speak in the plenary session on: “Article 9 of the Constitution is seventy years”: Marco Cammelli, emeritus professor of the University of Bologna; Christian Greco, director of the Egyptian Museum of Turin; Barbara Jatta, director of the Vatican Museums. Fabio Merusi, professor at the “Guglielmo Marconi” University of Rome.

In conclusion, the Commission will be established for the award of the annual AIPDA award.

The Conference will continue on October 5th and 6th in the Aula Magna “A. Quistelli “of the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria. About 50 speakers, representing Italy’s intellectual and civil, academic and bureaucratic excellence in administrative law and cultural heritage, will discuss for a “full-scale” comparison on: cultural identity and territory; protection, fruition and market; development and collaboration between public and private subjects; administrative organization and simplification; cultural demand and civic participation; financing, freedom of research and management autonomy.

Article 9 of the Italian Constitution, which guarantees the right to culture, states: “The Republic promotes the development of culture and scientific and technical research. Protects the landscape and the historical and artistic heritage of the Nation “.