Thursday, December 22, 2016, from 14:00 to 18:00, at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan, at its secondary headquarters located in Viale Marche n. 71, the event GIANTS IN MILAN - SUSTAINABLE ART is organized by ETHICANDO Association
(www.ethicando.it), chaired by Marco Eugenio Di Giandomenico (www.marcoeugeniodigiandomenico.com), in partnership with ARD&NT Institute (Academy of Fine Arts Brera and Politecnico di Milano), chaired by Roberto Favaro.
The event is held in collaboration with the Department of Design and Applied Arts of the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan, also chaired by Roberto Favaro, and the related Schools, Artistic Design, directed by Antonio Ciurleo, and New Technologies of Arts, directed by Roberto Rosso.
The event consists of a presentation and showing of the film GIANTS IN MILAN - SUSTAINABLE ART, curated by Marco Eugenio Di Giandomenico, directed by Andrea Bellati, with songs by Renato Doney, with a special appearance by Pino Farinotti and interventions of Marina Messina (Direttore Polo Musei Storici e Musei Archeologici), Giovanna Mori (Conservatore Responsabile Castello Sforzesco), Claudio Salsi (Soprintendente e Direttore Settore Soprintendenza Castello, Musei Archeologici e Musei Storici), Don Gianantonio Borgonovo (Arciprete del Duomo e Presidente della Veneranda Fabbrica), Ferruccio De Bortoli (Giornalista), Carla Fracci (étoile), Francesco Alberoni (Sociologo, saggista e scrittore), Rossella Farinotti (Critico d'Arte), Emilio Isgrò (Artista), Fernando Mazzocca (Storico dell'Arte), Francesco Martelli (Responsabile Cittadella degli Archivi, Comune di Milano), Sergio Escobar (Direttore Piccolo Teatro).
The film, produced by Ethicando Association, relates to the main monuments and artistic heritage of Milan (the Duomo, the La Scala, the Sforzesco Castle, etc.) and some great personalities in the story of Milan (Leonardo da Vinci, Alessandro Manzoni, Napoleon, Gio bridges, etc.). Marco Eugenio Di Giandomenico, through in-depth focus on these monuments and personalities, artistically depicted in the film by Pino Farinotti, presents the key sustainability aspects of culture and art in Milan after EXPO 2015, also in terms of relapse of all stakeholders involved (citizens of Milan in the first place!), providing some interesting insights on the impact of major events system on the internationalization of the Lombardy capital.
The event starts at 14:00 with the registration of participants.
At 14:30 takes place the introductory speech by Marco Eugenio Di Giandomenico, art and culture economist, professor at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera and chairman of the event. Subsequently clarinetist Danila Musikhin performs a musical performace.
From 15:00 to 16:00 hours take place the following lecture: Roberto Favaro (Preside Dipartimento di Progettazione e Arti Applicate dell’Accademia di Brera), Antonio Ciurleo (Direttore Scuola di Progettazione Artistica per l'Impresa dell’Accademia di Brera), Roberto Rosso (Direttore Scuola di Nuove Tecnologie dell'Arte dell’Accademia di Brera), Pino Farinotti (Scrittore, Autore, Critico Cinematografico), Andrea Bellati (Regista), Giovanni De Santis (Presidente DNA Distribution).
At 16:00 it takes place the showing of the film GIANTS IN MILAN - ART SUSTAINABLE, followed by a discussion on the issues of sustainability of art and culture.
18:00 finish work.
The event photographers are Alfredo De Joannon and Giovanni Zullo.
For further information:
ETHICANDO Association, via U. Visconti Di Modrone n. 38 – 20122 Milano (MI) - www.ethicando.it