PROGETTO AGATA SMERALDA ONLUS
The name "Agata Smeralda" chosen for the Onlus is the one of the first child abandoned in the "Spedale degli Innocenti" in Florence back in February 5, 1445. The Agata Smeralda Project was officially born in Florence in May 1996 on the initiative by Prof. Mauro Barsi and Cardinal Lucas Moreira Neves. Today Agata Smeralda manages 150 projects to protect life and is present in 15 countries around the world.
FUM - acronym for First Unknown Myself - is a stylistic consulting firm. Fum wants to tell a story, the identity of subcultures and popular and social traditions, with the idea of letting "culture use you as a tool" (Mark Leckey, video artist). The studio specializes in womenswear and print textile design, research and design, with a know-how of fashion communication, ADV and social media.
Puntoseta is a company, located in the province of Como, which for over 40 years has been dealing with textile production and finishing for brands of Italian and international fashion excellence.
Having an internal printing house, it is also able to print fabrics and accessories, such as foulards and scarves, guaranteeing a product of the highest quality and made in Italy.
Is a participatory platform that works as an artistic and curatorial collective, founded in 2015 by Elena Abbiatici, Sara Alberani and Caterina Pecchioli. It was born with the intention of giving a voice, through artistic projects, to the migrant people who in 2015 demographically represented the twenty-fifth most populated nation in the world, with the aim of treating migration issues as an opportunity.
Non-profit organization whose mission focuses on Creativity and Quality Education as key elements to produce positive social change and build the future together. To this end, the Foundation strives to offer young people unconventional educational tools and training experiences that encourage critical thinking, creative doing and lifelong learning, with particular attention to communities marked by socio-cultural deficiencies.
Refugees Welcome Italia is an association founded in 2015, as an Italian section of the international Refugees Welcome network, to promote the social inclusion of refugees and refugees through homestay and mentorship projects.
A.I. ATISANAL INTELLIGENCE
Curated by Clara Tosi Pamphili and Alessio de Navasques, it deals with projects for the development of contemporary creativity with particular attention to the promotion of Made in Italy. It designs contemporary projects that combine different creative and productive skills to build different market and culture scenarios.
The Macro Asilo is a device designed for the Macro, Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, by Giorgio De Finis, director of the museum, from 30 September 2018 to 31 December 2019. The entire museum has been transformed into a real living organism , “Hospitable” and relational, which invited people, knowledge and disciplines to meet and collaborate in a logic of constant openness and participation between the city and the public.
Casa Scalabrini 634 is located in Rome, in via Casilina, 634 and is a program of the Scalabrini Agency for Development Cooperation - ASCS. Our goal is to promote the culture of welcome and integration between refugees, migrants, and the local community.