The SPACE creative development format arrives in San Giorgio a Cremano (Naples) to enhance a Vesuvian villa through the involvement of young people and local communities
After the experiences of Ascoli Piceno and Rome, SPACE arrives in the Campania Region in S. Giorgio a Cremano (NA).
In the city of Massimo Troisi, an actor who is a symbol of Italian comedy, we choose to use comedy as an artistic language for the creative transformation of the territory.
SPACE’s goal is to raise awareness among young people in participating in the city’s cultural life and in the care and transformation of public spaces using contemporary languages.
The focus of the project is the enhancement of the eighteenth-century Villa Bruno as a national and European multidisciplinary hub for youth creativity.
Space listens to the territory through a series of co-design and participatory co-planning tables that will involve young people, cultural operators, associations, students, institutions, companies, stakeholders of the Vesuvius area.
The activator of the transformation will be a team of young managers under 35 selected through a call that will manage the new cultural center. Creatives and artists from all over Italy will be involved.
Young people will be trained and will work with partners and local communities.
At the end of the project there will be an event realized in connection with the famous “Massimo Troisi Award”.