Today begins Giovani Creativi. The project, curated by the directors of TWM Factory Nicola Brucoli and Carlo Settimio Battisti and carried out in collaboration with MiBACT – Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and for Tourism and the National Roman Museum, aims to enhance the skills and competences of young artists, professionals and entrepreneurs of the latest generation, through the exhibition of portraits of 12 Italian talents under 30, who have distinguished themselves for their communicative sensitivity in their artistic and professional categories.
Will be Nicola Brucoli and Carlo Settimio Battisti, Saturday, November 23 at 17, to hold at Palazzo Massimo, in the immediate vicinity of Roma Termini, a “lectio magistralis” on the theme of creative and cultural design. Registration can be made on Eventbrite. Accrediting you can not only participate in the lectio, but also visit for free the exhibition of Giovani Creativi and all Palazzo Massimo. On display the photographs of the 12 creatives were taken by Riccardo Ferranti, RUFA graduate, in the most significant archaeological sites of the capital (Mercati di Traiano – Museo dei Fori Imperiali, Foro di Augusto, Museo Nazionale Romano – Palazzo Massimo, Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, Parco Archeologico dell’Appia Antica – Villa dei Quintili, Terme di Caracalla, Villa Adriana), to symbolize how through the interaction between new talent and the spaces of history is possible to perpetuate Italian culture.
For the second consecutive year RUFA – Rome University of Fine Arts is a cultural partner of Giovani Creativi.