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STUDENTS' EXCHANGE

THE NETHERLANDS - ITALY
U
RBAN SUSTAINABILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE

Already the Great Khan was leafing through his atlas, over the maps of the cities that menace in nightmares and maledictions: Enoch, Babylon, Yahooland, Butua, Brave, New World.

He said: “It is all useless, if the last landing place can only be the infernal city, and it is there that, in ever-narrowing circles, the current is drawíng us.”

And Polo said: “The inferno of the living is not something that will be; if there is one, it is what is already here, the inferno where we live every day, that we form by being together. There are two ways to escape suffering it. The first is easy for many: accept the inferno and become such a part of it that you can no longer see it. The second is risky and demands constant vigilance and apprehension: seek and learn to recognize who and what, in the midst of the inferno, are not inferno, then make them endure, gíve them space.” (I. Calvino, Invisible Cities)

VOGHERA 05.04.2003 - 12.04.2003


Voghera, 5th April 2003

Dear participants of the Urban Sustainability and Quality of Life exchange 2002-2003,
Let your time in Italy during the exchange serve as a learning process on the way to your becoming a truly European citizen.

This booklet will be your guide during the exchange week and we hope you will find every information you will need in the next seven days in order to work and to enjoy yourself.


We wish everybody a wonderful stay in Italy and we hope this week will be a real international friendship week for young European citizens.
Yours,
Italian teachers and chairmen

CITY AND WISH - 4
In the centre of Fedora, that grey stone metropolis, stands a metal building with a crystal globe in every room. Looking into each globe, you see a blue city, the model of a different Fedora. These are the forms the city could have taken if, for one reason or another, it had not become what we see today. In every age someone, looking at Fedora as it was, imagined a way of making it the ideal city, but while he constructed his miniature model, Fedora was already no longer the same as before, and what had been until yesterday a possible future became only a toy in a glass globe.
The building with the globes is now Fedora's museum: every inhabitant visits it, chooses the city that corresponds to his desires, contemplates it, imagining his reflection in the medusa pond that would have collected the waters of the canal (if it had not been dried up), the view from the high canopied box along the avenue reserved for elephants (now banished from the city), the fun of sliding down the spiral, twisting minaret (which never found a pedestal from which to rise).
On the map of your empire, O Great Khan, there must be room both for the big, stone Fedora and the little Fedoras in glass globes. Not because they are all equally real, but because all are only assumptions.

The one contains what is accepted as necessary when it is not yet so; the others, what is imagined as possible and, a moment later, is possible no longer.
(Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities)

Programme
STUDENTS' EXCHANGE ITALY - THE NETHERLANDS

URBAN SUSTAINABILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE

VOGHERA 05.04.2003 - 12.04.2003


5th April

(Saturday)

6th April

(Sunday)

7th April

(Monday)

8th April

(Tuesday)

9th April

(Wednesday)

10th April

(Thursday)

11th April

(Friday)

12th April

(Saturday)

  • Arrival in Voghera of the Dutch delegation (about 9 p.m)




  • Free time with the hosting families




  • Meeting for the teachers

MORNING

  • 8.30 a.m. general assembly (Basement Hall)

reception and presentation of the exchange activities


  • 9.30 - 12.30 a.m.

first debating session in eight groups


  • 12.30 - 1.30 p.m.

lunch

MORNING

  • 8.00 a.m. general assembly (Basement Hall)




  • 8.15 - 11.15 a.m.

third debating session in eight groups


  • 11.30 - 12.30 a.m.

Fieldwork: preparing the interview


  • 12.30 - 1.45 p.m.

lunch

MORNING

  • 8.00 a.m. Departure to Torino.

Dutch and Italians: by coach


  • 10 a.m.

meeting with the City Council Authorities of Torino


  • Lunch

MORNING

  • 8.15 - 9.00 a.m.

Literature project: introduction (Basement Hall)


  • 9.00 - 11 a.m.

orienteering


  • 11.15 a.m. -1.15 p.m.

Literature project: creative activities


  • 1.30 p.m.

lunch

MORNING

  • 8.30 a.m.

meeting at the Centro Adolescere (V.le della Repubblica)


  • 8.45 - 12.45 a.m.

general assembly: presenting, debating, voting final propositions


  • 1 p.m.

lunch

  • Departure to The Netherlands

(6 a.m.)

AFTERNOON

  • 1.30 - 4.30 p.m.

second debating session in eight groups

AFTERNOON

  • 2 - 4 p.m.

fieldwork continued (interviewing)

  • 4 - 5.30 p.m.

Presenting the results


AFTERNOON

  • 2-4 p.m.

Visit to the Lingotto


  • 4-6 p.m.

City tour


  • 8 p.m.

Arrival in Voghera

AFTERNOON


  • Free time

  • Dutch students: visit to Milano - dinner

  • 10 p.m. meeting at school with the hosting families

AFTERNOON

  • 2.30 - 4.30 p.m.

Sport activities


  • Free time

EVENING
Free time with the hosts

EVENING
free time with the hosts


EVENING


  • 8.45 - 10.30 p.m.

Cultural activities

(at school)



EVENING
free time with the hosts

EVENING
free time with the hosts

EVENING
free time with the hosts


EVENING

  • 8 p.m. at the Centro Adolescere (V.le della Repubblica)

cultural performances

  • 9.30 p.m.

Buffet dinner

Farewell





Italian Students

Address

Phone

Dutch students

Address

Phone

Albini Andrea

Via Silvio Pellico Voghera

0383/40463

Thijs Vroegop

Jan van Goyenkade 21/a

2311BA Leiden


071-5142709



Bardone Francesca

Via Garibaldi 50 Cornale (PV)

0383/60347

Koosje Spitz

Maredijk 21 2316 VRLeiden

071-5219843

Bariani Tiberio

Via Torino 162 Casteggio (PV)

0383/83293

Marije Koning

Zadelmaker 20 2353WR Leiderdorp

071-5897663

Baur Alessandro

Via Canova 81 Verrua Po' (PV)

0385/79134

Joost Bekink

Hazenboslaan 91 2343SZ Oegstgeest

071-5170567

Bobbiesi Giacomo

Via Casa Castellini 35/a Corvino San Quirico (PV)

0383/876302

Emma Dalhuijsen

Hermelijnvlinder 24 2317 KC Leiden

071-5215756

Bottazzi Angelo

Via Roma 58 Bressana Bottarone (PV)

0383/88539

Joost Luijendijk

Van Poelgeestlaan 43 2352 TA Leiderdorp

071-5412926

Calligarich Sebastiàan

Via Cavour 1 Bastida de Dossi

0383/360226

Anneloor Hoebee

Emmalaan 48 2314JR Oegstgeest

071-5156100

Della Borra Federico

Via Manzoni 79 Casteggio

0383/804282

Vincent Captein

Eikenrode 22 2317BC Leiden

071-5219907

Fragassi Marco

Via Dabusti 78 Casteggio

0383/805113

Willem Falkenburg

Frederik Hendriklaan 19 2341ET Oegstgeest

071-5154151

Frascaroli Marta

Via Roma 4 Bastida de Dossi (PV)

0383/60424

Sofie Dreef

Ann Burtonstraat 5 2324 LD Leiden

071-5764270

Fulcini Selina

Via Meardi 67 Retorbido

Cell. 338/3739348

Irene Tomson

Brugwacht118 2353DP Leiderdorp

071-5893199

Gruppo Marcello

Via Maggian 12 Voghera

0383/62584

Marloes Meerburg

Burgemeester Warnaarkade 50 2391 AZ Hazerswoude-Dorp

0172-586983

Gualdana Marianna

Via Luccotti 15 Voghera

0383/43234

Rebecca Laurey

Rijnsburgerweg 181 2334 BR Leiden

071-5237691

Maggiori Lorenzo

Via Puccini 7 Salice Terme

0383/944473

Margot Pont

Sweelinckhof 3 2253HE Voorschoten

071-5615655

Meriggi Laura

Via Morini 26 Voghera

0383/213421

Nienke Rorije

A. van Royenlaan 25 2341PE Oegstgeest

071-5174545

Polidori Luca

Via Garello 15 Voghera

0383/368123

Evelien Backes

Park Ypenburg2 2396CS Koudekerk a/d Rijn

071-3414238

Politi Nicolò

Via Matteotti 4 Casei Gerola (PV)

0383/61493

Esmée de Vries

Cruquiuslaan 71 2332EA Leiden

071-5311448

Vercesi Umberto

Via D. Minzoni 30 Voghera

0383/366106

Sophie Bosma

Joop den Uyllaan 24 2314GC Leiden

071-5894025

Claudia Albarello


V. F.lli Rosselli, 137

27058 - Voghera



0383 367133

Sophie Kluivers

Akkerhoornbloem 22 2317KR Leiden

071-5231003

Cristiana Calatroni Iseppi

V. Leopardi, 12

27055 - Rivanazzano



0383 92823

Caitlin Lamboo

v.d. Lubbehof 32 2312 CJ Leiden

071-5121926

Cesare Comaschi


V. G. Deledda, 7

27045 – Casteggio



0383 804164

Eduard Cousin

Weidelaan 10 2381GB Zoeterwoude-dorp




Francesca Coperchini

V. Silvio Pellico, 5

27058 – Voghera



0383 45355

Stephanie Rullens

Van Boeyenplantsoen 17 2253WS Voorschoten

071-5324150

Riccardo Crivelli

V. Duca d’Aosta

27045 – Casteggio



0383 890377

Kirsten van Dijk

W. v. Vegtenplantsoen 18 2396VK Koudekerk a/d Rijn

071-3414925

Chiara Marcialis

V. Retorbido, 20

27050 - Codevilla



0383 73423

Carolien Lenselink

Chopinlaan 12 2253BV Voorschoten

071-5620608

Laura Marcomin

Strada Braide, 3

27058 – Voghera



0383 42366

Dorian Kerklaan

Rijn en Schiekade 40 2311AL Leiden

071-5143452

Giorgio Moroni


V. Vigorelli, 80

27045 – Casteggio



0383 804938

Annika Greup

K.Doormanlaan 25 2252 BE Voorschoten

071-5617021


A map of Voghera
The address of my hostfamily is: ……………………………………………
The school address is: Via Ugo Foscolo, 15 (0383 643377), in square B 4
The Railway Station address is Piazzale Marconi, in square B 1
The Centro Sociale address is Viale Repubblica, 15, in square B 4
Map of Voghera


WHEN

WHO

WHERE

7th April

8.30 - 9.30 a.m.

9.30 - 12.30 a.m.

1.30 - 4.30


Everyone


Group 1

Group 2


Group 3

Group 4


Group 5

Group 6


Group 7

Group 8
Group 1

Group 2

Group 3


Group 4

Group 5


Group 6

Group 7


Group 8

Basement Hall

Meeting Room (ground floor)

Parents Comitee Room (ground floor)

Room IV B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

Room III B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

CIC Room (basement)

Basement Hall

Room A (top floor)

Room B (top floor)


Meeting Room (ground floor)

Parents Comitee Room (ground floor)

Room IV B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

Room III B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

CIC Room (basement)

Basement Hall

Room A (top floor)

Room B (top floor)



8th April

8.00 - 8.15 a.m.

8.15 - 11.15 a.m.

11.30 a.m.


Everyone


Group 1

Group 2


Group 3

Group 4


Group 5

Group 6


Group 7

Group 8
Group A

Group B

Group C


Group D

Group E


Group F

Group G


Group H

Group I

Basement Hall

Meeting Room (ground floor)

Parents Comitee Room (ground floor)

Room IV B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

Room III B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

CIC Room (basement)

Basement Hall

Room A (top floor)

Room B (top floor)
Meeting Room (ground floor)

Parents Comitee Room (ground floor)

Room IV B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

Room III B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

CIC Room (basement)

Basement Hall

Room A (top floor)

Room B (top floor)

Room for self learning act. (1st floor)


9th April

7.50 a.m.


Everyone



School entrance (departure to Torino)

10th April

8.15 - 9.00 a.m.


9 - 11 a.m.

11.15 a.m. - 1.15 p.m.


Everyone
Group A

Group B

Group C


Group D

Group E


Group F

Group G


Group H

Group I


Group L

Group M


Group N

Group O
Group A

Group B

Group C


Group D

Group E


Group F

Group G


Group H

Group I


Group L

Group M


Group N

Group O

Basement Hall


ORIENTEERING

Meeting Room (ground floor)

Parents Comitee Room (ground floor)

Room IV B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

Room III B (2nd floor Foscolo side)

CIC Room (basement)

Basement Hall

Room A (top floor)

Room B (top floor)

Room for self learning act. (1st floor)

Drawing Room I

Drawing Room I

Drawing Room II

Drawing Room II



11th April

8.30 a.m. - 1 p.m.


2.30 - 4.30
8 - 11 p.m.

Everyone
Everyone


Everyone


Centro Adolescere (Pink Hall)
Gym
Centro Adolescere



STRUCTURE OF THE DEBATE
THE FORMAL DEBATE - RESTRICTED SESSIONS
The students arrive with their propositions (one each) written according to the rules.

During the exchange the students will meet in small groups consisting of people who studied similar problems. In these groups they will debate all the propositions handed in by the group-members after the agenda has been drawn up.

As the groups are small the debate will be an open debate led by the chair. The chair makes sure everybody gets the opportunity to speak, and that time in favour and against is equally divided. The chairman is not allowed to take part in the debate of the group, his/her role is just to answer for the correctness and order when the debate is taking place.

All the propositions (from 7 to 9 per group) are introduced into the small groups. Each student will read his/her proposition and will speak in favour.

In the small groups it is decided which proposition is good enough to be introduced into the general meeting. Changes, amendments, merging are strongly recommended during the debate, so that the whole group agrees on the final propositions to be introduced into the general assembly.

Each group has to work out and agree on no more than two propositions, result of the debate, merging or amendments of the propositions presented in the group. Then the two propositions will be introduced into the general assembly.


Overview

The debate in a forum can take place according to the following rules:



  1. Opening by the chair

  2. Drawing up the agenda

  3. Reading out the proposition

  4. Speaking in favour or against. Changes (amendments ) can be made during the debate

  5. Voting on the statement

  1. Repeating points 3 till 5 if there is more than one proposition to be discussed

  2. Closing by the chair


Agenda

As regards the order of the propositions which are to be discussed the two countries will alternate in the debate


Course of Debate

The proposition to be debated is read out. The chair will then set debating time. For example ten minutes in favour and ten minutes against. The chair will open the discussion “all who wish to request the floor, raise your hand”, the chair will then allow the submitter to the floor. The submitter delivers his/her speech, which should not last the entire time set in favour


THE FORMAL DEBATE - GENERAL ASSEMBLY
The general assembly will be led by the chair and some vice-chairs and will last four hours. The debate will be a formal debate, with speaking time in favour and against.

A copy of all propositions will be given to all members of the assembly.

All the propositions will be introduced by a spokesman appointed by each small group.

The speacker of the restricted sessions group will read out the proposition and the members of his restricted group speak in favour of it for no more than 5 (five) minutes.

Fifteen (15) minutes is the time given to each proposition to be debated and voted.

The chair can allow questions from the other members of the general assembly after which there will be speaking time in favour or against the proposition. Each speech in favour or against cannot last more than 2-3 minutes

Propositions which pass after voting can be formerly sent to members of the European Parliament and to members of the city-council who have our topics of discussion in their portfolio.

DEBATE GROUPS


GROUP AND CHAIRMAN

ITALIANS

DUTCH

Group 1 Meeting room (ground floor)

Chairman Riccardo Rigamonti

Ecohousing (water, energy, building materials, furniture, etc.);

Energy saving in public and private buildings (the role of national and local authorities and public energy companies)


  • Francesca Bardone

  • Angelo Bottazzi

  • Marcello Gruppo

  • Laura Meriggi

  • Claudia Albarello

  • Dorian Kerklaan

  • Joost Bekink

  • Vincent Captein

Group 2 Parents comitee room (ground floor)

Chairman

City waste reduction (national and local authorities, market, citizens, etc.);

City waste management;

City waste collection



  • Giacomo Bobbiesi

  • Graziano Quaglini

  • Cristiana Calatroni Iseppi

  • Cesare Comaschi

  • Riccardo Crivelli




  • Koosje Spitz

  • Nienke Rorije

  • Joost Luijendijk

Group 3 IV B (2nd floor)

Chairman

Waste as resource: city waste reduction; re-use and energy-production from waste

Re-use, exchange (sharing), recycle

Waste and potential for energy recovery



  • Andrea Albini

  • Sebastiaan Calligarich

  • Luca G. Polidori

  • Francesca Coperchini

  • Chiara Marcialis

  • Kirsten van Dijk

  • Marloes Meerburg

  • Caitlin Lamboo

Group 4 III B (2nd floor)

Chairman Alessandro D'Alfonso

Do your bit for resource saving;

Do your bit while shopping: how people can be eco-conscious in daily life, to buy environmental friendly goods


  • Marta Frascaroli

  • Giulia Mangiacavalli

  • Laura Marcomin

  • Serena Mezzar




  • Irene Tomson

  • Carolien Lenselink

  • Stephanie Rullens

  • Anneloor Hoebée

Group 5 CIC room (basement)

Chairman Fabio Montagna

Do your bit while shopping;

Meeting needs locally:preferring local. Traditional goods instead of goods produced at long distance


  • Irene Aguzzi

  • Manuela Gruppi

  • Tiberio Bariani

  • Willem Falkenburg

  • Rebecca Laurey

  • Emma Dalhuijsen

Group 6 Video room (basement)

Chairman Claudio Sparpaglione

Energy and resource saving in public and private buildings (the role of national and local authorities and public energy companies)

Energy saving in transports (cars, public transport, bicycles, etc.)


  • Federico Della Borra

  • Marco Fragassi

  • Enrico Massoni

  • Sarah Gravellone

  • Eduard Cousin

  • Sofie Dreef

  • Sophie Kluivers

Group 7 Room A (top floor)

Chairman

Energy saving in transports (cars, public transport, bicycles, etc.)

Do your bit while shopping;


  • Alessandro Baur

  • Selina Fulcini

  • Alina Chiper

  • Marianna Gualdana

  • Flavia Moretti

  • Annika Greup

  • Esmée de Vries

  • Evelien Backes

Group 8 Room B (top floor)

Chairman Cecilia Bottazzi

Waste as resource;

Re-use, exchange, recycle

City waste collection



  • Lorenzo Maggiori

  • Niccolò Politi

  • Umberto Vercesi

  • Aristide Fattori

  • Giorgio Moroni

  • Sophie Bosma

  • Margot Pont

  • Marije Koning

  • Thijs Vroegop


TALKING ABOUT ….. DEBATING RULES
Micro-group debating sessions


  • Each debate session will last 3 hours. Therefore the three debate sessions will last 9 hours altogether.

  • At the beginning of the 1st session the chairman will introduce him/herself, remind everybody the debating rules, and fix the agenda. During the session the chairman is the only one entitled to manage the debate and to allow or not somebody to speak. The chairman is not allowed to talk about the subject of the debate.

  • Reading, debating and voting each proposition will take approx. 50 minutes. During the debate the chairman will introduce alternatively the propositions of the two nationalities. The first proposition to be debated in each group will be a Dutch one.

  • The mover (author) will read his/her proposition. After that everybody will be allowed to speak in favour or against.

  • The scheme for the debate of one proposition can therefore be summed up as follows:

  • 30 minutes: reading and introduction by the mover, debate, reply by the mover.

  • 15 minutes: working out amendments, re-writing some parts of the proposition, merging with other propositions. In this case the delegates will work individually or, if they prefer, they can ask the chairman to work in small international groups

  • 5 minutes: voting the proposition

  • The last part of the 3rd session will be devoted to merging, emending and/or re-writing the propositions that survived the first vote and choosing the two that will be introduced in the GA.

  • By the end of the 3rd session each micro-group will choose one official speaker for each proposition passed to the GA and will put the text in word file according to the format worked out by the organisation.



General Assembly


  • The General Assembly will take place on Friday morning (April 11th) at the Centro Adolescere (Pink Hall, 1st floor).

  • The GA will last 4 hours (from 8.45 a.m. to 1 p.m.) including a 15 minutes break from 10.45 to 11 a.m..

  • Each proposition will be read by the official speaker appointed by the micro-group, will be discussed (speeches in favour and against) and will be voted. During the debate the chairmen will introduce alternatively the propositions of the two nationalities. The first proposition to be debated will be a Dutch one.

  • Reading, debating and voting each proposition will last no longer than 15'.

  • The speaker appointed by the micro-group will start by reading the proposition and giving his/her points in favour.

  • After this the chairmen will open the debate. Each argument in favour or against will last no longer than 3'.

  • The delegates will vote each proposition by the end of the 15 minutes debate and will then pass to a new one.

  • The chairmen are not allowed to talk about the subject of the debate.


FIELDWORK: URBAN SUSTAINABILITY IN VOGHERA

OBJECTIVE

The basic principle of sustainability, “acting on a local level to change on a global level” stresses the importance of a deeper awareness and a careful control both by the inhabitants and the people involved in the community management, as the real starting point to promote a sustainable lasting development.


The objective of our fieldwork will be a students’ survey about sustainability in Voghera. The activity will be structured as follows:


  1. Preparing the interview.

  2. Interviewing and evaluating the approach to urban sustainability of the official/institution interviewed.

  3. Presenting the results of the group work by a Power Point presentation.



FIELDWORK GROUPS


GROUP - ORGANIZATION AND PERSON TO INTERVIEW

ITALIANS

DUTCH

Group A

LEGAMBIENTE

V.le del Lavoro, 10

Ms. Mariella Moretti

Ms. A.Maria Zuffi

  • Albarello Claudia

  • Bardone Francesca

  • Bariani Tiberio

  • Bobbiesi Giacomo

  • Cerutti Chiara

  • Sophie Bosma

  • Sophie Kluivers

  • Willem Falkenburg

Group B

Voghera Social Forum

Liceo Scientifico G. Galilei

Mr. Antonio Corbelletti

  • Gruppo Marcello

  • Massoni Enrico

  • Moretti Flavia

  • Quaglini Graziano

  • Ruffinazzi Giulia

  • Carolien Lenselink

  • Joost Luyendijk

  • Rebecca Laurey

Group C

Federazione Provinciale Coltivatori Diretti

P.zza C. Battisti, 1 - Voghera

Mr. Paolo Culacciati

  • Della Borra Federico

  • Fragassi Marco

  • Marcomin Laura

  • Moroni Giorgio

  • Politi Niccolò

  • Emma Dalhuysen

  • Margot Pont

  • Thijs Vroegop

Group D

Associazione Artigiani Oltrepo Lombardo

Via Bidone, 21 - Voghera

Mr. Campeggi

  • Aguzzi Irene

  • Bottazzi Angelo

  • Di Blasi Carlandrea

  • Polidori Luca G.

  • Spalla Anna

  • Caitlin Lamboo

  • Nienke Rorije

  • Stephanie Rullens

Group E

Mayor of Voghera

Palazzo Gounela, P.zza Duomo - Voghera

Mr. Aurelio Torriani

  • Baur Alessandro

  • Comaschi Cesare

  • Del Vecchio Jacopo

  • Fattori Aristide

  • Fulcini Selina

  • Annika Greup

  • Eduard Cousin

  • Evelien Backes

Group F

Comunità Montana dell'Oltrepo Pavese

Liceo Scientifico G. Galilei

Mr. Elio Berogno

  • Gravellone Sarah

  • Gruppi Manuela

  • Marcialis Chiara

  • Meriggi Laura

  • Mezzar Serena

  • Irene Tomson

  • Vincent Captein

Group G

Azienda Sanitaria Locale di Pavia

Servizio Veterinario

V.le della Repubblica, 88 - Voghera

Mr. Gallarati - Ms. Baruffaldi

  • Calatroni Iseppi Cristiana

  • Chiper Alina

  • Frascaroli Marta

  • Gualdana Marianna

  • Magrassi Stefano

  • Dorian Kerklaan

Group H

Azienda Sanitaria Locale di Pavia

Servizio Igiene, Alimenti e Nutrizione

V.le della Repubblica, 88 - Voghera

Mr. Romano Ferrari

  • Albini Andrea

  • Calligarich Sebastiaan

  • Forzani Mattia

  • Maggiori Lorenzo

  • Rossi Fabio

  • Koosje Spitz

  • Marije Koning

  • Sofie Dreef

Group I

Movimento Verdi

Via Emilia, 216 - Voghera

Mr. Sergio Mussini

  • Coperchini Francesca

  • Crivelli Riccardo

  • Mangiacavalli Giulia

  • Montagnoli Marco

  • Vercesi Umberto

  • Esmée de Vries

  • Marloes Meerburg

  • Anneloor Hoebee



ART-LITERATURE PROJECT

10th April 2003
First stage

Presentation of the project (8.15-9.00)

Orienteering (9.00-11.00)

The students will have to find in different places of our town some extracts from “The Invisible Cities” by I. Calvino that will give them hints to carry out the next activity


Second stage (11.15- 1.15)

The students will work in groups and, taking inspiration frm the extracts collected during the first phase, will carry out a creative activity having as a purpose the making of posters with the following painting techniques: decoupage, collage, dripping or other techniques peculiar to the main trends of contemporary visual art and using material found in magazines, newspapers, literary and art reviews.



ORIENTEERING

Aims


  • To find the extracts needed to carry out the Literature project

  • Oriented visit of Voghera (Dutch students can get a better knowledge of our town)

  • Integration, cooperation and socialization of Italian and Dutch students



Organization


  • Groups formed by five students (two Dutch and three Italian students)

  • Thirteen different routes leading to important places in our town



Material


  • Thirteen colour maps of Voghera

  • Sixty-five envelopes with the extracts for the Literature project



Implementation


Each group must locate five different places that will be reached on foot. At each place a person

in charge will give them the envelopes with the extracts for the Literature project. The activity



is carried out as a “hunting”, not as a competition.


GROUP

ITALIANS

DUTCH

GROUP

ITALIANS

DUTCH

Group A


  • Albarello Claudia

  • Bardone Francesca

  • Bobbiesi Giacomo

  • Cerutti Chiara

  • Sophie Bosma

  • Sophie Kluivers

Group H


  • Albini Andrea

  • Calligarich Sebastiaan

  • Rossi Fabio

  • Koosje Spitz

  • Sofie Dreef

Group B


  • Fragassi Marco

  • Moretti Flavia

  • Spalla Anna

  • Carolien Lenselink

  • Joost Luyendijk

Group I


  • Crivelli Riccardo

  • Mangiacavalli Giulia

  • Moroni Giorgio

  • Esmée de Vries

  • Marloes Meerburg

Group C


  • Della Borra Federico

  • Massoni Enrico

  • Ruffinazzi Giulia

  • Emma Dalhuysen

  • Thijs Vroegop

Group L

  • Comaschi

  • Frascaroli

  • Montagnoli

  • Rebecca Laurey

  • Marije Koning

Group D


  • Aguzzi Irene

  • Bottazzi Angelo

  • Di Blasi Carlandrea

  • Caitlin Lamboo

  • Stephanie Rullens

Group M

  • Forzani

  • Gruppo

  • Maggiori

  • Kirsten van Dijk

  • Evelien Backes

Group E


  • Baur Alessandro

  • Del Vecchio Jacopo

  • Fattori Aristide

  • Fulcini Selina

  • Annika Greup

  • Eduard Cousin

Group N

  • Bariani

  • Coperchini

  • Meriggi

  • Polidori

  • Nienke Rorije

  • Willem Falkenburg

Group F


  • Gravellone Sarah

  • Gruppi Manuela

  • Marcialis Chiara

  • Irene Tomson

  • Vincent Captein

Group O

  • Marcomin

  • Mezzar

  • Politi

  • Vercesi

  • Margot Pont

  • Anneloor Hoebee

Group G


  • Calatroni Iseppi Cris.

  • Chiper Alina

  • Gualdana Marianna

  • Magrassi Stefano

  • Dorian Kerklaan

  • Joost Bekink











VISIT TO TORINO

On 9th April you will have the opportunity of a one day trip in Torino, one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, a real treasure of the European cultural heritage and the basis of the Winter Olimpic games in 2006. We shall spend the afternoon visiting the Lingotto and after that moving around the Old Centre.
In the morning we shall meet some officials from the Urban Development Department who will introduce you to some of the main issues of the urban sustainability plans of Torino.



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