13 May 2023
Francesco Ripanti presented A multisensory journey: Therapeutic sense-making of the archaeological landscape of Vignale, Italy, an account of the trial program Archeologicamente, carried out in March and April 2023 at the case study of Vignale.
The presentation focused on the connection between the activities carried out during the four sessions and the use of the senses by the participants. Francesco showed how and through which senses the participants mainly relied on to relate to the archaeological site, and how the senses can be linked to the Five Ways to Wellbeing.
University College Dublin, School of Archaeology, Multisensory Approaches To The Ancient World (Dublin Day School 2023), organised by the Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens
Organised by Dr Joanna Day and Dr Joanne Murphy, this dayschool was an excellent opportunity to present an account of the last activities run within the LOGGIA project to a range of students, archaeologists and members of the general public (about 45-50) attending the event. Francesco received questions and remarks on the activity Archeologicamente, with specific reference to the partners’ inclusion, the sustainability of the program, and the main issues encountered.