A new cultural institution stimulates reflections on the missions and functions it will need to undertake. As well as on the role it will play in relation to issues such as the cultural complexity of our country, the relationship between artistic and productive areas, and the optimisation of the systems that the modern world would like to see more and more flexible.
Fondazione Nazionale della Danza / Aterballetto takes its cue from the introduction of the National Choreographic Centres to start a workshop series. Aterballetto is available to stimulate further in-depth studies.
This video is a summary of the meeting held in Reggio Emilia on 13 November 2021, attended by Raimondo Arcolai (ADEP President), Gian Mario Bandera (Centro Teatrale Bresciano Director), Anna Bandettini (journalist), Maria Luisa Buzzi (journalist and dance critic), Donatella Ferrante (Ministry of Culture – consultant), Valentina Marini (AIDAP President).
Bertrand Dicale ( journalist, director of News Tank Culture – Paris)
The development of contemporary dance in France: the National Choreographic Centres
Angela Vettese provides an insight into the increasingly complex and interconnected universe of art, including dance.
She is director and curator for public and private institutions in the field of contemporary art, as well as art historian and critic and professor at the IUAV University of Venice, where she coordinates the Visual Arts and Fashion course. Moreover, she works with Sole 24Ore since 1986.
He is an architect, urban planner, lecturer, expert in Strategic Land Planning and Urban Regeneration and coordinator of the network of Italian UNESCO Creative Cities.
Nicolas Ballario deals with contemporary art applied to the media. He currently hosts “The Square” on Sky Arte (an award-winning programme dedicated to art and culture) and “Te la do io l’arte” on Radio Uno Rai. He is a curator and journalist for various newspapers and institutions.
He shares his thoughts on how creative and communicative paths can find a dialogue and a synthesis capable of bringing them both to a more effective and suitable expressive level for the contemporary world.
Roberto Montanari, professor of Human-Machine Interaction and Interaction Design at Suor Orsola Benincasa University in Naples, where he researches the relationship between human sciences and new technologies, examines the theme of technological innovation in the field of creation.
He is also the head of research and development at RE: Lab, the technological partner of Fondazione Nazionale della Danza / Aterballetto.
He explains how technologies and performing arts can dialogue, creating new dimensions of creativity.
Felice Scalvini, a leading figure at the national level for the legislation and development of the Third Sector, is president of the ASM Foundation and director of the Ravasi Garzanti Foundation in Milan (which deals mainly with issues related to ageing).
He provides a reflection on the successful integration of social, cultural, economic and artistic issues, with a special focus on Cultural Welfare.