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Operae

The event offers the opportunity to discover new products, to take note of the emerging phenomena, to get in touch with the actors of the design process as well as to stop and think about those aspects that design industry touches. Thanks to a program of meetings with personalities from the world of design, economy and culture and a full calendar of workshops, Operæ involves professionals as well as fans and curious.

Optima Italia S.p.A.

Nel 1999 nasce Optima Italia, una delle principali multiutility italiane che opera nel settore delle telecomunicazioni e dell'energia. Optima Italia si distingue, nel panorama nazionale, come una realtà in pieno sviluppo, solida e dinamica. L’headquarter, tra eleganti rifiniture american style, popolato da un personale giovane e motivato, con un'impostazione metodologica non convenzionale del lavoro, fa notizia sui media italiani: si parla di Optima come la Google del Meridione.

Oslo National Academy of the Arts

Oslo National Academy of the Arts is Norway's largest college of higher education in the field of arts, with over 550 students, 200 employees and more than 900 guest teachers and teachers on short-term contracts, all of whom are leading practitioners in their own discipline.

WA!Japan Film Festival

Il WA!Japan Film Festival, organizzato dall'Associazione Culturale Giapponese Tokaghe, da cinque anni promuove la cultura giapponese in Italia attraverso il cinema e l’arte. Mostra in anteprima nazionale i migliori film della produzione nipponica dell’ultimo anno, tra pellicole autoriali, indipendenti e pop. Racconta la tradizione, attraverso l’arte del kimono, del tè e dell’artigianato e la contemporaneità, con eventi legati alla cultura visiva, muovendosi tra grafica e fotografia. Nella prestigiosa cornice di Firenze, e per il secondo anno anche di Milano, attiva lo scambio e l’incontro tra i due paesi, proponendosi come uno dei maggiori festival di cultura giapponese in Italia e l’unico dedicato ai linguaggi visivi e al cinema.

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art

The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, the oldest public art museum in the United States, was founded in 1842 by Daniel Wadsworth, one of the first important American patrons of the arts. Its collections of nearly 50,000 works of art span 5,000 years and feature the Morgan collection of Greek and Roman antiquities and European decorative arts; world-renowned baroque and surrealist paintings; an unsurpassed collection of Hudson River School landscapes; European and American Impressionist paintings; modernist masterpieces; the Serge Lifar collecton of Ballets Russes drawings and costumes; the George A. Gay collection of prints; the Wallace Nutting collection of American colonial furniture and decorative arts; the Samuel Colt firearms collection; costumes and textiles; African American art and artifacts; and contemporary art. Daniel Wadsworth planned to establish “a Gallery of Fine Arts,” but he was persuaded to establish an “atheneum,” a term used in the nineteenth-century for a cultural institution with a library, works of art and artifacts, devoted to history, literature, art and science.

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