“Xiloreportage. Rimini 2017” is the exhibition of woodcuts made by students of RUFA and Central Saint Martins of London, inaugurated Saturday, October 14 in Rimini. What our students bring to the exhibition is an artistic project of comparison between past and present in which xylography, an ancient technique, enters into contamination with other contemporary languages. The RUFA students involved, in fact, come from both the Visual Arts course and the Photography course; a choice that reflects one of the founding values of the Academy: contamination. Eleonora, a RUFA graduate in Photography, whose works are part of the exhibition, takes us with her photographic story to Rimini: first to the Opificio della Rosa in Montefiore Conca, where the woodcuts were made, and then to the Far premises where they are currently on display.