A crowdfunding has now started for the restoration of the Last Supper by Plautilla Nelli, Florence’s first woman artist. The painting can be defined “the first last” as it is the First, and perhaps only Last Supper by a woman artist.
he goal of the #TheFirstLast is to raise the sum of 65.000 dollars by the 16th of April, through crowdfunding on Indiegogo, a fundraising system that makes it possible for lots of people to get involved by contributing any sum in exchange for interesting rewards at every level.
Why are we supporting this campaign? Because we like female artists, because we like what AWA does and because the restorer, Rossella Lari,has a study next to our offices so we can assure you that the painting is in good hands !
Vi segnaliamo l'intervista fatta alla nostra CEO Ilaria D'Uva e appena pubblicata su Repubblica - Economia e Finanza con Bloomberg. Una delle interviste più divertenti che abbia fatto, come ci confida lei stessa, rilasciata alla giornalista Patrizia Capua per telefono, mentre era a New York e guardava Central Park dalla finestra del suo albergo. Un'intervista fiume in cui Ilaria racconta come, dal 1959, lavoriamo con passione per creare progetti di interpretazione innovativi per grandi cattedrali, importanti musei, mostre, scavi archeologici e città d’arte.
Another magnificent Roman church, the Basilica of Saint Andrea della Valle, has chosen our multimedia totems Lilium. Elegant and solid with a 17" touch screen display, from which you can independently access videos, information pages and 360° interactive panoramic views. These multimedia totems have been installed in Saint Andrea della Valle thanks to the work of our team in putting together contents, filming, photo shoots, the interface development and the final tests. As well as the video contents, which are available in 5 languages, by simply inserting a coin into the totem one can activate the lighting in certain areas of the Basilica.
Each totem contains diversified contents according to the position they are in (central nave, apse or Barberini Chapel), and a welcome video, common to all the totems, with the greeting by Father Carlos Gomez Ruiz, Rector of the Basilica of Saint Andrea della Valle in Rome.
Watch the welcome that the Father extends to visitors, the church is today the home of the Chierici Regolari Teatini; you can also see a preview of the filming carried out in the Basilica, a real treasure chest of works of art. Discover the inside of the church, that manages to appear sumptuous and luminous but still retains an orderly and elegant structure.
It really doesn’t come as a surprise that the composer, Giacomo Puccini chose this church as a setting for one of his most famous operas: the Tosca.
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