Associazione Nazionale Piccoli Musei – Small Museums National Association






Siamo una Associazione no profit che intende valorizzare i Piccoli Musei e promuovere una cultura gestionale specifica per i Piccoli Musei .

I piccoli Musei sono diversi dai grandi musei. Non è solo questione di dimensione, spazi, e risorse economiche. Il problema é assai più ampio e riguarda il rapporto con la comunità locale, con il territorio, la gestione ed i profili professionali, i servizi offerti ai visitatori, le modalità espositive, il ruolo del museo…(G. Dall’Ara, Presidente dell’APM).

Nostro lavoro è di organizzare incontri e tavoli di lavoro, convegni e iniziative volte a far conoscere la realtà dei Piccoli Musei ai visitatori e alle Istituzioni, anche allo scopo di stimolare una maggiore attenzione e normative adeguate.

Sul sito ufficiale è possibile scaricare il modulo di adesione all’Associazione. E’ possibile aderire ad essa in qualità di socio singolo o di socio istituzionale (musei, istituti culturali, assessorati alla cultura, ecc.).

Per diventare soci è necessario:

• dichiarare di condividere gli obiettivi espressi all’Art. 2 dello Statuto dell’Associazione Nazionale Piccoli Musei;
• impegnarsi all’osservanza delle norme statutarie;
• prendere atto che l’adesione è subordinata all’accettazione da parte del Consiglio Direttivo, come previsto dall’Art. 2 dello Statuto;
• in caso di ammissione, impegnarsi a versare la quota annuale di iscrizione, fissata per l’anno in corso in € 50,00.


We are a non-profit association which intends to develop small museums and promote a cultural management, specific for small museums.
We have promoted National Conventions at Castenaso (2010), Battaglia Terme (2011) and we are organizing the 3rd National Convention at Amalfi (November 2012). Single operators and institutions are welcome to join our movement.

Small museums are different from large museums. It is not only a question of size, space and economic resources. The problem is much bigger and relates to the relationship with the local community, the location, the management, the services offered to the visitors, the role of the museum….(G. Dall’Ara, APM President)

Our mission is to organize meetings, conventions and initiatives in order to highlight to visitors and institutions the reality facing small museums and to stimulate adequate knowledge of their situation.

On the official website you can download the application form for membership. And ‘possible to join it as a partner individual or institutional shareholder (museums, cultural institutions, departments of culture, etc..).

To become a member you must:

• declare that they share the objectives set out in Art. 2 of the Statute of the National Small Museums;
• Commit to compliance with the statutory provisions;
• take note that membership is subject to acceptance by the Board of Directors, as provided in Art. 2 of the Statute;
• in case of admission, undertake to pay the annual membership fee, fixed for the year of € 50.00.


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Blog per Giancarlo Dall’Ara, consulente e docente di marketing nel turismo,


Coordinatore Assise Italiana dell’Ospitalità, e Presidente Nazionale Alberghi Diffusi.
Esperienze nel settore dei Musei e dei Beni Culturali:
Sistema museale del Circondario di Rimini (1995)
Sistema museale della Provincia di Modena (1997) Comunale di Orvieto (1999)
Museo storico di Rovereto (1999-2000)
Osservatorio Turistico Nazionale delle Città d’Arte
(1998, 1999)
Parchi Letterari (CST/Sviluppo Italia 2001)
Mostra “Storia del turismo a Rimini” (curatore scientifico, 2004)
Progetto Museo del turismo presso Villa Mussolini, Riccione (2005)
seminari per:
Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali (Ledro 2008),
Maggioli/Cisel (Bologna 2009)
Comune di Castenaso/MUV (2010)
Ideatore e coordinatore Convegni Nazionali Piccoli Musei

Twitter Caterina Pisu @PiccoliMusei


Community Manager dell’Associazione Nazionale Picoli Musei. Archaeologist, Museologist, blogger ( )

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Today I wanted to make a tribute to this great innovation project and to all the talents who worked as a big team to succeed a big challenge you will discover.

Source:  SOLAR IMPULSE websites and social medias

Solar Impulse has demonstrated that a solar-powered airplane can fly day and night without fuel.

The next challenge is to fly around the world.

Our aim is to prove that progress is possible using clean forms of energy.

Becoming a pioneer is all in the mind.
Would you too like to break free of certainties and confront the unknown?

The gigantic dimensions of this ultra-lightweight revolutionary airplane – capable of flying day and night without fuel – are its trademark feature.

To build it, the whole team had to push back the frontiers of knowledge in materials science, energy management and the man-machine interface.

Every one of its take-offs, propelled silently by its four electric motors, inspires us to consider using clean, new technologies to free our society, little by little, from dependence on fossil energy.


With each of their great « firsts », the adventurers of the last century constantly pushed back the limits of the impossible.

Today, the drive to make new discoveries must go on, with the aim of improving the quality of life on our planet.

By writing the next pages in aviation history with solar energy, and voyaging around the world without fuel or pollution, Solar Impulse’s ambition is for the world of exploration and innovation to contribute to the cause of renewable energies, to demonstrate the importance of clean technologies for sustainable development; and to place dreams and emotions back at the heart of scientific adventure.

By going beyond the question of energy, Solar Impulse would also like to encourage each and every one of us to become pioneers in our own lives, in our ways of thinking and behaving.


(team 2013)

At the beginning of 2012, the Solar Impulse team was about 90 strong, including 30 engineers, 25 technicians and 22 mission controllers, supported financially and technologically by over a hundred partners and advisers. And yet the team could have been limited to just twenty people.

To achieve that, an aircraft manufacturer would have had to accept being a sub-contractor responsible for building the solar airplane after completion of the feasibility study.

But none of them believed it to be possible, so it was necessary in record time to create a production unit and assemble a technical team.

The two founders shared the work-load, with André taking responsibility for the team and the construction work, whilst Bertrand travelled the world promoting the project and searching for partners.


2012: World’s first solar-powered intercontinental flight

A thrilling year for Solar Impulse starting with a simulation of a 72-hour flight and culminating in the decoration of André Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard by King Mohammed VI after completing world’s first fully solar-powered intercontinental flight. While HB-SIA, piloted alternately by André Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard, made its way this summer from Payerne (Switzerland) to Ouarzazate (Morocco) with intermediate stops in Madrid (Spain) and Rabat (Morocco), Solar Impulse’s team of engineers continued the construction of HB-SIB, Solar Impulse’s second generation aircraft.




It’s humanism we want to talk to you about. We want to encourage the pioneering spirit, the inquiring mind, the exploration of new ways of thinking and acting. And above all to bring together those who are trying to make life worth living, so as to give them a voice.

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