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At the Esapolis museum the first meeting on dissemination of the project results  took place on Jan. 17, 2022. The participants represented  cultural institutions from the Padova area which have the mission to protect the local cultural heritage ranging from architecture to history of navigation, ancient mining processes, ethnology and natural history. The invitation to join forces and keep applying the EU agenda for culture to our local small museums was extended during the meeting opened by the provincial Councillor for Culture, Mr. Cristian Bottaro. Esapolis Director Moretto described in detail the specifics of the deliverables, such as the welcome video, the app Museum in the pocket and the draw alive application were drawings come alive on a giant screen. The response by the audience to this innovative features in Italy as well as in the European partners cultural institutions was commented, too.  The project manager explained the basics of the programme Creative Europe, the goals and the strategy as well as the assumptions of MUS.NET followed by the findings that were made possible by two major surveys targeting the audience and other museums. Participants agreed that there is a large potential for audience development which will make a follow up and the multiplier effect of MUS.NET. very likely.

Explaining the Draw Alive Application

Official greeting by the Cllr for Culture

Description of the Video and the App Museum in the Pocket