These three winning projects will be included in the ranking list containing twelve winners already chosen to promote the involvement of young people through creative activities in peripheral realities.
Doubled the funding for the production of artworks.
Seven projects are the winners of the second edition of Italian Council
Announcement of the winners of the 15th edition of the Premio New York, sponsored by the DGAAP, MAECI, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura New York and the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies, to promote artist in residence programmes for emerging Italian artists.
Seven projects are the winners of Italian Council, and the deadline for the second call is 27 September 2017.
Introduced by the Ministry Dario Franceschini the Italian Pavilion, during the 57th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
Announced by the DGAAP, the MAECI, the Italian Cultural Institute of New York and the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies, the 15th edition of “Premio New York” public call is being published to promote a fellowship program for emerging Italian artists.
Promoted by the Directorate-General for Contemporary Art, Architecture and Urban Peripheries, the “Italian Council” public call is being published to promote the production, awareness and circulation of contemporary Italian creativity in the visual arts.
Culture and Social Inclusion. The Challenge of Urban Renewal
Francesca Grilli is the artists selected for the first edition of "Un'Opera per..."
Progetti per riqualificare le periferie urbane italiane
The Jury has named the winner
The coordinator of the High Line in New York advances a curatorial and ambitious project focused on the most advanced trends in the world of the arts.
The Arte alla luce (Art in Light) project teaches young children and adolescents about contemporary art and its role as a determinant part of a harmonious individual development, through the direct involvement of recognised artists.
Main instrument for State Government to enrich its collection of contemporary art.
“Beautifying” public spaces, increasing the State’s collection and encouraging the work of artists: the 2% Law.
Fiscal incentives for the donation of works of art
Promoting Italian art and architecture in an international context.