From the Dolomites to the Atlas mountains

A study trip between mountains and cultures

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A journey, an exhibition and a documentary, but mostly a new educational path. “From the Dolomites to the Atlas mountains” is the research and exploration experience of the class 5°E of the Russel High school from Cles (TN) along with the cultural mediators from MUSE’s geology department.

In October 2014, the class has been leading the project about discovering the culture, geology and society of Morocco, between modern Europe and the North African nomadic traditions. Thanks to the collaboration with the museum the journey became an experiment of a new way of teaching and releasing scientific information. The group paid attention to respect all the original cultural elements and to discover them in a sustainable way.
Now a documentary and an exhibition show all the aspects of the project. Like a travel book, they tell about the oasis, the cooperatives and the villages visited by the group along with Christian Casarotto and Elena Bertoni, the cultural mediators from the geology department of MUSE.


Geology and paleontology

Morocco’s mountains are bleak and this makes it possible for the observers to understand how rocks and mountains were formed. The students have studied rocks that are as old as the dolomites or even older, following the main steps of animal evolution. They have been prepared in the classroom before the trip by the MUSE researchers, who also supported them during the field activities.

Society and anthropology

The students have been living in contact with the local population. They visited the famous ancient citadel made of clay Ait-Ben-Haddou, an Unesco world heritage. They also learned about the woman’s situation and the structure of families in the rural society of Morocco.


Sustainable tourism

Sustainable tourism means travelling respecting people, culture and nature, appreciating the local heritages. The group chose sustainable tourism regarding food, shopping and the overnight stay. The tour operators involved in this trip in Morocco were members of the local communities and they guarantee that most of the money spent by a traveler goes to the people who provided services for tourists.

 
Dalle Dolomiti ai Monti dell’Atlante. Viaggio studio tra montagne e culture
MUSE | 28 febbraio - 29 marzo 2015

Ideazione
MUSE e Liceo B. Russell di Cles


Curatela

Elena Bertoni


Supervisione scientifica
Christian Casarotto, Michele Lanzinger
 

Testi
Elena Bertoni, Christian Casarotto | MUSE

Classe 5^E, Claudio Chini, Stefano Agosti | Liceo Russell

Sara Covi, Michele Bellio, Antonia Tonelli
 

Grafica
Loris Berardi

Coordinamento organizzativo
Elena Bertoni, Alessandra Tomasi
 

Coordinamento allestimenti MUSE

Alessandra Tomasi


Documentazione fotografica
Sara Covi 

Documentazione video
Michele Bellio


Foto
Sara Covi
Elena Bertoni, Christian Casarotto | MUSE
Claudio Chini, Sara Pangrazzi | Liceo Russell


Disegni
Marianna Berti | Classe 5^E Liceo Russell
Christian Casarotto | MUSE 

Realizzazione allestimenti
Enrico Betti, Paolo Bonvecchio, Vittorio Cozzio, Franco Modena, Francesco Papi, Matteo Perini, Giuliano Sartori, Gianluca Valle, Moctar Camara e Souleymane Cisse (Cooperativa Progetto 92), Classe 5^E 

Traduzioni

Classe 5^E, Emiliana Andreatta | Liceo Russell

Sara Covi, Michele Bellio
 

Eventi e attività educative
Coordinamento: Samuela Caliari
Senior Team attività educative – EduMUSE: Katia Danieli, Serena Dorigotti, Patrizia Famà, Marina Galetto, Christian Lavarian, Alessandra Pallaveri, Maria Vittoria Zucchelli;
Senior Team eventi: Giovanni Agostini, Elisa Maria Casati, Augusta Celesti, Katia Danieli, Federica Moretti, Stefania Tarter, Massimiliano Tardio, Rosaria Viola, Michela Zenatti
 

Comunicazione MUSE
Loris Berardi, Chiara Rinaldi, Elisa Tessaro, Chiara Veronesi, Monika Vettori

Coordinamento amministrazione MUSE
Massimo Eder

Un ringraziamento speciale a
Marco Avanzini, Nicholas Barbieri, Giulia Bertoni, Lorena Celva, Annamaria Chistè, Renata Chistè, Fabio Pupin, Francesco Rigobello, i volontari del team eventi, Claudio Marconi e il Servizio per il Sostegno Occupazionale e la Valorizzazione Ambientale PAT
 Preparazione reperti Massimo Bernardi, Elena Bertoni, Paolo Ferretti | MUSE
con la collaborazione di |
Classe 5^E Liceo Russell, Luigi Boselli

Hanno partecipato al viaggio
Classe 5^E Liceo Russell: Martina Abram, Benedetta Andreotti, Marianna Berti, Alessia Cattani, Claudio Chini, Gianluca Dalla Serra, Michela Dalla Torre, Nicola Dallagiovanna, Arianna Dezulian, Silvia Endrizzi, Cesare Fedrizzi, Marco Franceschini, Giulia Franzoi, Roberta Franzoi, Elena Gentilini, Simone Gironimi, Alessia Luchi, Maria Maistrelli, Arianna Mendini, Sara Pangrazzi, Simone Pizzini, Francesca Zucal, Bruno Zucol
Insegnanti Liceo Russell: Stefano Agosti, Claudio Chini, Lavinia
PinamontiMUSE: Elena Bertoni, Christian Casarotto
con: Michele Bellio, Fernanda Bontempelli, Sara Covi, Lucia Matteotti, Antonia Tonelli, Olivo Vender

guest house: Ali, Lahcen e Omar Seggaoui

driver bus: Omar, Radouane
serve food in the guest house: Hamid, Mobarekcamel man: Brahim, Hamid, Mobarak, Mohamed, Omar, Yassine

Con il sostegno di Comunità della Val di Non, Assessorato alle Politiche Giovanili del Comune di Cles, Cassa Rurale di Tuenno - Val di Non, Acs Vitamina E (Liceo Russell)
 
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Exhibition
Where
When
From 28 febbraio 2015
To 30 marzo 2015
Time
Museum opening hours
For whom
All
Teachers
Family
Schools
Ticket
Included in the MUSE entrance ticket