Projects and Stories of the territory

Dutch Art Institute: the school on the road with MEDSEA

The Dutch Art Institute's (DAI) look at the wetlands of the Maristanis' project. Here it is the video that collects and re-elaborates the impressions of the students visiting the territories of Oristano with MEDSEA.
The introduction of DAI: "In January 2019, the AGENCY unit of the Dutch Art Institute made a visit to Oristano with MEDSEA, to explore the landscape and learn more about the Wetlands. This film comes out of the concerns that were raised on the visit, particularly questions around visitors to the Wetlands, be those the migratory birds, the tourists or the spreading invasive species we came across in the water and on land. The short video is an exploration of these ideas, cross-pollinating their meaning and presence in the Wetlands, raising questions around what it means to come and visit to learn about these spaces, what it means to stay and make a home there, and whether the wetlands can be a shared environment for humans and other species"

"Women Weaving for Wetlands" at San Vero Milis

"Women Weaving for Wetlands in San Vero Milis. In San Vero, the challenge of modernity has been taken up. The stages for the initiative to truly embody the traditions of the country have been fixed: the processing is entrusted - as in the past - to the expert hands of craftswomen, the materials are those of always - rush, wheat straw, pond grasses, straw - collected in the wetlands surrounding San Vero Milis.

The ceremony of the Contest Photo #SardiniaWetlands

You love what you know, said Francesca Caldara Cavallaro of FAI, godmother at the award ceremony of the Contest Photo #SardiniaWetlands, reserved for high school students. For this reason MEDSEA, with the collaboration of @AFNI Sardegna, has promoted the competition: to fill the social media with photos of our wetlands. Here is the winner!

The art of weaving in San Vero Milis

Il Sindaco di San Vero Milis Luigi Tedeschi e l'Assessore alle Attività Produttive Daniela Zaru raccontano l'arte dell'Intreccio a San Vero Milis.