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What are the narrative tools and practices of art in public space?

The topic is very hot and the answers are many.  We discuss it during one of the study days organised by the Ministry of Culture’s General Directorate for Contemporary Creativity and the Fondazione Scuola dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali as part of the Arte e Spazio pubblico project, called to reflect on the new scenarios of artistic practices in Italy.

On Monday 24 January, Maura Romano and Federica Pesce, respectively responsible for the Regeneration and Storytelling Area at MeP, will moderate, together with two exceptional speakers – Lucio Argano and Andrea Bartoli – the working group entitled Narrative Spaces. The aim is to investigate narrative tools and practices for art in public space through a collection of good practices and to define criteria for measuring the impact of art narration in public space.

The participants at the table were selected in response to the call for abstracts recently published by the Ministry and represent a diverse cross-section of the art world.  There will be artists, curators, academics, scholars, practitioners from different parts of Italy and Europe including:

Livia Baldinelli – IMT High Studies School Lucca
Bianco Valente – A cielo Aperto/ Cultural Association Vincenzo De Luca
Pasquale Campanella – A cielo Aperto/ Associazione culturale Vincenzo De Luca
Elisabetta de Luca – A cielo Aperto/ Associazione culturale Vincenzo De Luca
Paola Di Bello – Artist, Accademia di Brera
Giorgia Iovino – University of Salerno
Lara Malacart – Artist and independent researcher
Lisa Parola – Art critic and curator
Beatrice Sartori – Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna

The appointment will be online from 4.45 pm to 6.45 pm.
To participate, simply register for the platform and the meetings of interest here.

The entire initiative is hosted by the distance learning platform of the Fondazione Scuola dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali.

The programme of days includes 4 thematic appointments on 24, 25, 31 January and 1 February and a concluding day on 11 February 2022.  Registration to the platform and participation in all the activities are totally free.

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