The second edition of the project was characterized by the participation of other creative cities and the expansion of the project through meeting with the knowledge keepers of the Creative Cities.
The results were presented during the XIII Annual Meeting in Fabriano, Italy, through a round table, accompanied by a buffet organized by local bakers who had offered to delegates their typical products.
Photo: Breads of the Creative Cities meeting, during XIII Annual Meeting in Fabriano
XIII UCCN Annual Conference, Fabriano 2019
On June 12, 2019, during UCCN XIII, June 10-15, held in Fabriano, ITKIUS and Tucson City of Gastronomy organized a round table where delegates from several Creative Cities (of different clusters) discussed the outcome of the 2019 BoCC edition and proposed new ideas for the 2020 edition to allow for a larger participation and give each cluster a leading role.
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Photo: Cover of the 2019 Edition of the Book “Breads of the Creative Cities”
Photo: Certification of traditional cooking for “Antico Mulino Pandolfo”, Carrara, Creative City of Crafts and Folk Art
During the Breads of the Creative Cities meeting, the knowledge keepers which take parts, received
from Tucson Creative Cities of Gastronomy and the International Traditional Knowledge Institute, chapter US, a certificate of Traditional Cooking.
The Breads of the Creative Cities team improved the custom app, adding a functionality dedicated to the around me. With this feature people can discover, through a map and localization, if there are traditional bakeries or creative cities around themselves.
“Around me” available on the mobile app.
ITKI US, in partnership with Tucson Creative City of Gastronomy, organized Meetings in Creative Cities,
with the aim of creating interest and involvement in the project “Breads of the Creative Cities” and
also to strengthen international partnerships between Creative Cities. During these meeting the
bakers and the local producers of the ingredients useful for the creation of the traditional staple
food of the Creative City has been invited to cook the traditional breads of their City and to choose
two from other Creative Cities, recreating them, and having the opportunity to confront
themselves with bakers from other countries and cities.
Credit pictures by: Bergen, Creative City of Gastronomy