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RITHMS at Treccani Accademia

12 April 2024

Yesterday, RITHMS Project Coordinator, Centre for Cultural Heritage Technology, had the pleasure of leading a class focused on combating the illicit trafficking of cultural goods within the Master program of Art and Cultural Heritage Management at Treccani Accademia.

In collaboration with the Art Crime Project (ACP) and the The Journal of Cultural Heritage Crime, RITHMS affiliated partners, the session comprehensively explored the complexities of theft, clandestine excavations, and the online art market.

The insights shared by our speakers, Nadia Pedot, Daniela Rizzo, Michela De Bernardin, Riccardo Giovanelli, Serena Epifani, and Fabio Beltotto, have illuminated key aspects of these issues, from preserving antiquities in conflict zones to raising awareness about cultural crime, paving the way for informed action and advocacy.

 In an exciting development, RITHMS has initiated a project work with Accademia's talented students. Together, we'll be crafting communication and dissemination materials to empower galleries, museums, and art professionals to join us in the fight against illicit trafficking.

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