Exhibitions (5)

The Alpine protected areas and ALPARC have developed travelling exhibitions designed to move from one park to the next. They have also created a virtual tour of the protected areas and information stands, which can be seen here.

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The Alpine protected areas – Together for the Alps
Updated in 2008, the display contains a map of the protected areas and gives a summary of the key features of the ALPARC network. It also includes photographs that illustrate the main themes currently being addressed through cooperation. The information display is available in four languages and is designed for use at conferences and other events organised by ALPARC and its partners. Dimensions when set up: 2.4 m x 3 m, umbrella structure. Easy to transport.  
Return of Wilderness
 Covering the history of the relations between human specie and the wilderness, the exhibition proposes an evolving alpine landscape, taking the visitor along a temporal trip. The spiral, symbol of the time advancement, is the shape on which the exhibition rest on to guide you trough different epoch, each of them having his own kind of connection between the Humans and the Wilderness. This trip is composed of 5 epochs and finishes in our future. Are we ready to welcome the Wilderness which is coming back? Contact : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Mythical Mountains
 In History of Humanity, the mountains have always been a symbol between the here and hereafter, between the tangible and inexplicable. That’s why we are getting closer to the summits with a very particular feeling, almost a religious one! Numerous legends about Gods, Heroes, Genesis and End of the World has climbed these mountains and still wander there nowadays. These stories are found in other mountainous regions of the Planet. The Alps have been and still are inhabited by men from different languages and cultures. This diversity is reflected in myths of the mountain. These one must remind us that the attacks of the men on the mountainous world can lead to a breaking a the natural balance. It is thanks to this idea that the Alpine Network of Protected Areas has decided to create an exhibition in the framework of The International Year of the Mountain, which started in 2002 with UNESCO and FAO. 34 alpine protected areas are represented in 16 modules to create this travelling exhibition. It is recounting the Myth of the Alps talking about the…
Alps-Carpathian Cooperation
 Created in 2010, the display illustrates the cooperation between the protected areas in the Alps and in the Carpathians, with a map of the Carpathian Network of Protected Areas (CNPA). It also includes photographs that illustrate the main themes currently being addressed through cooperation. The information display is available in English and is designed for use at conferences and other events organised by ALPARC and its partners. Dimensions when set up: 2.4 m x 3 m, umbrella structure. Easy to transport.  
Alpine biodiversity - The Colors of Life, our Future in the Alps
 At the occasion of the International Year of Biodiversity - 2010, the display illustrates the alpine biodiversity, common heritage protected by the parks and reserves in the Alps. The information display is available in five languages and is designed for use at conferences and other events organised by ALPARC and its partners. Dimensions when set up: 2.4 m x 3 m, umbrella structure. Easy to transport.