The exhibition - curated by Cristina Maritano, the curator of Palazzo Madama, with the collaboration of Lorenzo Mariano Gallo and Annalaura Pistarino from Turin’s Natural Sciences Museum – is the fourth part of the exhibition series Earth!, which connects Palazzo Madama with the museums of Castellamonte, Savona, Mondovì, Albissola Marina and Albisola Superiore that deal with the history of ceramics. Through a multidisciplinary approach, Palazzo Madama’s exhibition explores the historical and technological aspects of the production of porcelain, a technique well represented at the museum, which showcases one of the world’s most important porcelain collections as for quality and number of pieces.
unascuolaunlavoro.it, the new website of the project “One School, One Job. Pathways to Excellence” online from September 5, 2022. A new look, lots of new content. Throughout the month, and until September 30, Schools will be able to enter applications from students competing in the Fondazione Cologni call for applications. With “One School, One Job. […]
Launching for the ninth consecutive year is the “Mestieri d’arte e Bellezza italiana” lecture at the Milan Polytechnic, offered among the design faculty’s elective courses and sponsored by the Fondazione Italia Patria della Bellezza. The lectures, taught by Alberto Cavalli, director general of the Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte, present beauty as a true genetic […]
On Tuesday, September 20, during the XXII edition of the CHI È CHI AWARDS – FASHION COMMUNITY AWARDS, Alberto Cavalli, general manager of Fondazione Cologni and executive director of Michelangelo Foundation for Creativity and Craftsmanship, received at Palazzo Marino the social award as curator of the Homo Faber 2022 event that, in an international setting, […]
The title of the exhibition just opened in Venice on the Island of San Giorgio, for the initiatives promoted by le Stanze del Vetro, highlights the close link between Venetian glassmaking and light: reflected, projected, diffused by lumiere and panels of various shapes and sizes. Symbolic icons of the exhibition are the imposing veil, from […]