Facilitators

Alessandra Vignoli

Alessandra Vignoli

I’ve always been attracted to the memories of places, things, people. I realised I wanted to delve deeper into what surrounds me, and also to share it with anyone who would like to know more about our roots and find it exciting to take part in this process.

Antonella Casadei

Antonella Casadei

I love my Cervia, from the countryside to the seaside, from the river to the salterns, how it was and how it is, who lived and who lives there, and I love being part of it.

Augusto Pezza

Augusto Pezza

I have worked as an employee at the Salterns of Cervia for over 25 years and I still collaborate with the Museum of Salt. I would work outdoors several months a year surrounded by untamed nature with its own culture. This made me become interested in the history of Cervia, and I wish everyone knew more about it. This is why I enthusiastically joined Cervia Ecomuseum.

Daniela Poggiali

Daniela Poggiali

The Ecomuseum path gives the opportunity to play a leading role in the community.

Gabriella Ruggiano

Gabriella Ruggiano

My name is Gabriella Ruggiano and I have been a teacher-supervisor at the School Library in “Cervia 2” Comprehensive since September 2015.
What made me want to take part in the Ecomuseum activities is my interest and curiosity for our territory, for it is very rich in history and beautiful landscapes. These are Cervia key features and deserve more study and attention. Tourists and new residents could take advantage of the participatory paths Cervia Ecomuseum organises to learn more about the community and its heritage.

Giancarlo Amadori

Giancarlo Amadori

Il quotidiano “muovermi lento” mi fa riscoprire ogni volta come l’intorno che ti circonda e che attraversi ti rimanga fortemente impresso negli occhi nella mente e nel cuore e attraversandolo con la lentezza dei pedali rivela la magia e la capacità di farti percepire panorami e persone che ti arrivano all’anima così come gli spontanei racconti di chi ti ferma per strada. Senza saperlo mi sento “Facilitatore Ecomuseale”

Giorgia Cecchi

Giorgia Cecchi

I have always preferred listening rather than talking, telling stories rather than writing. I have listened to many stories from my family, from elderly acquaintances, and also from people in Cervia I met by chance or while working. I see the Ecomuseum as an opportunity to give a voice to all of them.

Giorgia Spinelli

Giorgia Spinelli

I am Giorgia Spinelli and I work as a “piadinara”. I have a kiosk on the boardwalk of Cervia. I love my job and I have been doing it since 1996. My grandparents started the business in 1978 and now I am working there with my parents.
I decided to sign up for the Facilitators training classes to know more about the place I live in and to be able to give the tourists who come to my kiosk as much information as possible. I do care about the traditions in my city and its beauty, which needs to be preserved and passed on to the citizens and to all the people who will be lucky enough to spend some time there.

Luigino Campanelli

Luigino Campanelli

I chose to become a Facilitator when I heard of the Ecomuseum of Salt and Sea. I felt it was my duty to give everyone the chance to know our heritage in order to easily appreciate what nature gives us.

Manuela Guarnieri

Manuela Guarnieri

I have lived in Cervia since 1989. My passion for photography got me closer to the Ecomuseum of Salt and Sea and the Facilitators training classes. I believe good pictures are an incredibly effective way to facilitate a community’s development, therefore I am sure I can be a useful asset for Cervia and its Ecomuseum thanks to the skills I am bringing to the table.