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Cecilia Rosato, Art Director di Dynasty History, è una professionista specializzata nell’arredo tessile delle Dimore Storiche, nell'arte della scenografia tessile e nel restauro di stemmi araldici antichi. Cecilia dona alle dimore storiche un’accoglienza degna, grazie all’ Arte della Scenografia Tessile, capace di tessere emozioni in ogni dettaglio, per un’esperienza sensoriale tutta da vivere e da raccontare.In Dynasty History i consulenti/progettisti sono professionisti formati e preparati dall’Art Director Cecilia Rosato. L’azienda gestisce tutte le fasi, dalla progettazione dal rilievo delle misure, fino alla produzione ed al montaggio, senza intermediari. La specializzazione in araldica le consente di analizzare e interpretare gli stemmi, ne studiarne le fonti, l’origine, la storia e ne stabilisce le regole; definisce le varie tipologie di scudo, le partizioni che ne suddividono il campo, le figure che lo caricano, gli smalti e gli ornamenti esteriori.Dynasty History si avvale dell’autorevole supervisione del Prof. Pier Felice degli Uberti, per quanto riguarda l’aggiornamento o eventuali modifiche da apportare agli Stemmi Araldici già esistenti o per crearne di nuovi, ai fini della personalizzazione attraverso l’arte del ricamo sugli arredi tessili. L'ambientazione storica delle dimore storiche con tableaux vivant i cui costumi storici sono curati personalmente da Cecilia e il suo team, aiuta a comprendere la storia e gli eventi che ne hanno caratterizzato la grandezza nei tempi passati.

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Da quasi un migliaio di anni a Murano si lavora il vetro, le famiglie si tramandano questo prezioso sapere di generazione in generazione, ed è la natura intrinseca dell’isola ad aver permesso di custodirne i segreti. La Vetreria Ducale fin dal 1950 rappresenta il meglio della produzione del vetro artistico di Murano, attraversando i diversi stili e le intuizioni del Novecento per giungere in perfetta continuità a quanto di nuovo questa stupefacente arte riesce a creare ancora oggi. Nella sua storica sede, i migliori maestri vetrai rinnovano ogni giorno un’antica magia, plasmando con sapienza e talento una materia dalle caratteristiche uniche, ottenendo volumi e colori sorprendenti da una massa informe e incandescente.Lampadari e specchi, servizi da tavola e sculture: quali che siano la forma e la funzionalità degli oggetti, tutti realizzati esclusivamente a mano, esprimono oggi più che mai l’assoluta eccellenza del vetro artistico contemporaneo. Per mettere a frutto una preziosa eredità non ci si può limitare a vivere di un passato glorioso, ma bisogna restare al passo con i tempi, innovare, sia sul fronte produttivo che su quello più strettamente creativo.Per questo la Vetreria Ducale è tornata a lavorare con i migliori maestri dell’isola, esponendo le loro opere nuove e intraprendendo quello che molti riconoscono come un nuovo corso per Murano. Un perfetto connubio di forme e trasparenze, di tradizione e innovativo design, declinato in un’elegante e solo apparente fragilità. Un ponderato mix tra preziosità della materia, colori e geometrie. Le opere realizzate narrano la storia del vetro di Murano, dove la ricerca e l’eleganza, alla base della creazione e della tradizione, si mescolano in giusta misura al gusto moderno. Un mondo unico in cui il talento è sempre stato al centro del processo creativo, un lavoro fatto di fatica, di mani che si muovono agili, di sguardi, pazienza e rapidità di esecuzione. Venite a trovarci sull'isola di Murano per un esperienza unica al mondo.

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Confrestauro è l’associazione che rappresenta professionisti, imprese specializzate, singoli restauratori d’arte e fornitori di materiali per il restauro L’Associazione nasce per rappresentare e promuovere il settore del restauro e della conservazione del patrimonio. L’obbiettivo di Confrestauro è di diventare un asset economico fondamentale per la promozione del nostro immenso patrimonio storico artistico, unico al mondo, nonché di fare rete con gli enti interessati al mondo del restauro. Organizzare incontri e tavole di discussione sia con Enti pubblici (soprintendenze, ICE, ICOOM e Istituto Ville Venete); Creare meeting con Enti privati (FAI, proprietari di dimore storiche, CEI, Enti religiosi, Stato del Vaticano, Fondazioni bancarie, ANACI, UNPLI, Alberghi storici e Coldiretti); Creare connessioni con tutte le associazioni legate alla valorizzazione e al restauro del patrimonio architettonico artistico italiano; Promuovere interventi di tutela e valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale e del paesaggio; Svolgere attività di promozione del restauro italiano attraverso fiere ed incontri con partner esteri, al fine di creare opportunità di internazionalizzazione per i nostri associati. Confrestauro si rivolge ad un pubblico di professionisti qualificati, allo scopo di creare una rete di competenze complementari ed integrate, in grado di diventare, insieme, un punto di riferimento per chi si interfaccia al mondo del restauro. I professionisti, le imprese e i restauratori verranno individuati e selezionati in base al curriculum ed alle proprie esperienze di interventi di restauro monumentale concrete e documentate. Le figure professionali saranno chiamate a seguire un programma formativo specifico per essere sempre più performanti nella gestione e nella valorizzazione del patrimonio architettonico d’epoca e storico italiano.

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A seguito della dismissione militare, negli ultimi 45 anni il Lazzaretto Nuovo ha attraversato molteplici passaggi proprietari (prima Demanio dello Stato, di recente il Comune di Venezia): l'interruzione dell'abbandono e dei vandalismi, l'avvio e la continuità del progetto di rinascita dell'isola, oltre che di tutela e sorveglianza, sono stati garantiti dall'ininterrotto impegno delle due associazioni attualmente concessionarie. La valorizzazione del bene ha portato nel 1985 il Ministero per i Beni Culturali e Ambientali a riconoscere il Lazzaretto Nuovo di particolare interesse ai sensi della legge 1° giugno 1939 n. 1089; nel 1997 a stabilirvi il Deposito per materiali archeologici di provenienza lagunare della Soprintendenza Archeologia Belle Arti e Paesaggio; e nel 2001 a sottoscrivere un protocollo d'intesa che ha affiancato, ai compiti di protezione del patrimonio culturale, anche quelli di scavo archeologico e di numerose attività condivise. A sostegno di questo partecipato progetto ecomuseale, la presenza e l'opera delle due associazioni hanno quindi stimolato e coadiuvato investimenti pubblici e privati per diversi milioni di Euro. Sede veneziana dell’Archeoclub d’Italia, associazione nazionale con sede centrale in Roma e presente in molte città italiane, Ente Morale riconosciuto che opera nel campo dei Beni Culturali. Sede locale costituita nel 1985 su iniziativa di un gruppo di Soci, tra i quali il prof. Riziero Giunti e il prof. Gerolamo Fazzini, e intitolata a Luigi Conton, pioniere dell’archeologia lagunare. Nell’ottica della tutela e della valorizzazione del patrimonio storico-culturale veneziano e con particolare riferimento al territorio della Laguna, in questi anni l’Archeoclub ha avviato a Venezia numerose iniziative, con scopi divulgativi ma anche di segnalazione e di denuncia, evidenziando aspetti, argomenti ed esempi, nel campo dell’archeologia, dell’arte, dell’architettura veneziane, spesso considerati “minori”, non però meno degni d’attenzione, quali pozzi, portali, sculture erratiche, reperti ceramici, mestieri artigiani, fortificazioni… Dal 1987 contribuisce in maniera determinante alla rinascita dell’isola del Lazzaretto Nuovo nella Laguna Nord di Venezia, con l’organizzazione dei Campi archeologici estivi a livello nazionale e internazionale, rivolti in particolare ai giovani, in collaborazione con l’associazione “Ekos Club”, concessionaria dell’isola, con la Soprintendenza per i Beni Architettonici, per il Paesaggio e per il Patrimonio storico, artistico ed etno-antropologico di Venezia e Laguna, e con la Soprintendenza Archeologica del Veneto. Dal settembre 2013 garantisce gratuitamente un servizio di vigilanza, visita pubblica e piccole manutenzioni per l’isola del Lazzaretto Vecchio secondo un Protocollo d’intesa con il Ministero della Cultura, attivato dalla Soprintendenza Archeologica del Veneto e poi con la Direzione Regionale Musei Veneto. I due Lazzaretti veneziani costituiscono un binomio di grande interesse storico-culturale e monumentale con particolare riferimento alla storia della Sanità. Dai primi anni Novanta pubblica un trimestrale di informazione ArcheoVenezia che si è caratterizzato nel trattare sinteticamente temi e argomenti di interesse o attualità nel campo dei Beni culturali. (Leggi il 40° numero dedicato ai trent’anni dell’Archeoclub di Venezia.) Dal 1992 la sede veneziana è iscritta nel Registro Regionale Veneto del Volontariato (L. 266/1991 – iscr. 12.01.93, VE 0127); come tale ha stipulato Convenzioni per servizi in alcuni musei, quali il Museo della Ceramica alla Cà d’Oro (sale della Ceramica, che custodiscono alcuni tra i più significativi reperti ceramici lagunari (“Collezione L.Conton”) e la Sezione archeologica del Museo di Torcello, e per collaborazioni con la Fondazione Querini Stampalia, la Fondazione Ugo e Olga Levi, l’Archivio Patriarcale e l’ASAC Archivio Storico delle Arti Contemporanee della Biennale. La Convenzione con l’Archivio di Stato di Venezia vede un gruppo di Soci svolgere, nell’ex-convento dei Frari che dai primi del 1800 conserva i documenti della Serenissima, un importante lavoro di volontariato per la sistemazione e catalogazione del materiale archivistico e per potenziare alcuni servizi resi al pubblico dall’Istituto. (L’attività di un socio Archeoclub all’Archivio è uno dei sei episodi del film-documentario di Carlo Mazzacurati “Sei Venezia”. Ad inizio 2017 un lavoro decennale permette la digitalizzazione di 3100 mappe napoleoniche.) Le convenzioni sono anche un’importante occasione di tirocinio-formazione lavoro per gli studenti universitari (documentabile a richiesta con attestato e valide per crediti scolastici): anche grazie a questo apprendistato, sono diversi gli ex-tirocinanti che hanno poi intrapreso la strada professionale, dall’archeologia al restauro, al lavoro in biblioteca.

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Amuse nasce nel 2015 come galleria d'arte e design. Il progetto nel tempo si è trasformato allargando la propria ricerca verso espressioni creative diverse. L'identità di questo luogo si forma e si trasforma attraverso questo viaggio verso un equilibrio armonico.

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Museo del Volo: questo il titolo dell'affascinante e insolito fly-in che si è svolto il 2 giugno 2019 dalle 10 al tramonto presso l'aviosuperficie San Martino di Ceresara (Mantova) nella sua ultima edizione. Un vero e proprio museo volante nei cieli, visto che hanno preso parte rari e preziosi aerei storici che sorvoleranno il campo. Gli spettatori hanno potuto ammirare alcuni dei velivoli appartenuti all'imprenditore bresciano Luciano Sorlini (1925-2015), grande appassionato di volo. Erano presenti anche altri aerei e warbird di notevole interesse storico posseduti dalla figlia Silvia Sorlini e dal marito Giovanni oltre ad altri aerei storici Il fly-in, alla sua quarta edizione, è stato sotto l'egida del Comune di Ceresara, Museo MarteS, Luciano Sorlini s.p.a. e collabora con AOPA Italia. Tutti gli aerei storici che parteciperanno sono idonei al volo. Il pubblico ha potuto vederli allineati in pista e in volo, visto che sono atterrati e decollati durante tutta la giornata. Inoltre, insieme ai loro piloti e proprietari, sono state organizzate visite guidate che sveleranno storie, aneddoti e segreti dei velivoli. Dopo molti sforzi, difficoltà e imprevisti finalmente l'hangar destrinato ad ospitare il Museo Volante è utilizzabile! Per celebrare degnamente l'evento si sono dati appuntamento a Ceresara 3 Fiat G46, che hanno volato in formazione (per la prima volta in 70 anni), Il 2 giugno 2022! Il Museo Volante deriva da Luciano Sorlini non ebbe solo l’Arte come propria passione. Sin da ragazzo si avvicinò al mondo del volo partecipando ai corsi di aeromodellismo tenuti dalla R.U.N.A (Reale Unione Nazionale Aeronautica) costruendo quindi svariati aeromodelli. Conseguì il Brevetto di Volo nel 1952 e nel 1956 ottenne, primo pilota civile non professionista in Italia, l’abilitazione al volo strumentale (questo tipo di abilitazione consente, su aerei opportunamente strumentati, di volare in assenza di visibilità). Partecipò anche a numerose gare aeree tra le quali il Giro Aereo di Lombardia, l’Esaveneto e il Giro di Sicilia qualificandosi sempre tra i primi. Molti furono gli aerei da lui pilotati nel corso degli anni tra cui parecchi aerei storici Il suo primo aereo fu il “Macchino” ovvero il Macchi MB308 a cui seguì un Saab Safir 91C svedese, aereo all’avanguardia per l’epoca. Nel 1960 sospese ogni attività di volo per dedicarsi totalmente alla sua nuova azienda. Riprenderà nel 1980 acquistando un Beechcraft Bonanza attualmente presente nella collezione. Fu in questi anni che si appassionò al restauro degli aerei storici. Attualmente gli aerei, dislocati nelle aviorimesse di Calvagese e Ceresara (Mantova), sono di proprietà della figlia Silvia che, insieme al marito Giovanni Marchi li mantiene volanti. Luciano Sorlini didn't just have Art as his passion. Since he was a boy he approached the world of flight by participating in model aircraft courses held by R.U.N.A (Royal National Aeronautical Union) thus building various model aircraft. He obtained the Flight Patent in 1952 and in 1956 he obtained, as the first non-professional civilian pilot in Italy, the instrumental flight qualification (this type of qualification allows, on suitably instrumented aircraft, to fly in the absence of visibility). He also participated in numerous air races including the Air Tour of Lombardy, the Esaveneto and the Tour of Sicily, always qualifying among the first. Many were the planes he flew over the years, including several historic planes His first aircraft was the “Macchino” or the Macchi MB308 which was followed by a Swedish Saab Safir 91C, an avant-garde aircraft for the time. In 1960 he suspended all flying activities to devote himself entirely to his new company. He will pick up again in 1980 by purchasing a Beechcraft Bonanza currently in the collection. It was in these years that he became passionate about the restoration of historic aircraft. Currently the planes, located in the hangars of Calvagese and Ceresara (Mantova), are owned by the daughter Silvia who, together with her husband Giovanni Marchi keeps them flying. Flying Museum: this is the title of the fascinating and unusual fly-in which took place on 2 June 2019 from 10 to sunset at the San Martino airfield in Ceresara (Mantova, Italy) in it’s last edition. A real museum flying in the skies, since rare and precious historical planes took part that will fly over the field. Spectators (by the way, admittance is free) were able to admire some of the aircraft that were owned by the Brescia entrepreneur Luciano Sorlini (1925-2015), a great passionate about flight. Also other planes and warbirds of considerable historical interest owned by their daughter Silvia Sorlini and her husband Giovanni were present as well as other historical planes The fly-in, in its fourth edition, was under the aegis of the Municipality of Ceresara, the MarteS Museum, Luciano Sorlini s.p.a. and collaborates with AOPA Italy. All the historic planes that will participate are airworthy. The public was able to see them lined up on the runway and in the air, since they landed and take off throughout the day. In addition, guided tours were organized together with their pilots and owners and will reveal stories, anecdotes and aircraft secrets. After many efforts, difficulties and unforeseen events, the hangar destined to house the Flying Museum is finally usable! To worthily celebrate the event, 3 Fiat G46s met at Ceresara, flying in formation (for the first time in 70 years), on 2 June 2022!

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Cremona opens its doors to the world. This is the spirit with which the Stradivari Foundation has launched the “friends of Stradivari” project, an international network bringing together people who possess, use or keep in custody instruments of the Cremonese classical violin making tradition, as well as people who study them, love them or just want to support the promotion and development of the violin making tradition from a cultural standpoint. As a result, a true virtual community is developing, which shares the same passion for violin making but is also very much fond of Cremona. Indeed, participants can actively participate in the Foundation’s initiatives by sharing ideas and suggestions or through the organization of opportunities for reciprocal collaboration. Within this program, the Foundation has started a project to house important classical-school instruments from all over the world in new Museo del Violino. Cremona, which five centuries ago was the cradle of instrument making and today is an undisputed center of excellence, offers the owners of these masterpieces the possibility to display them with every guarantee of security and professionalism. This way, instruments that would otherwise not be accessible to the public can be viewed, admired and studied by the expert and qualified visitors who come to Cremona from the world over, retracing the footsteps of the great Masters. Furthermore, the Museum renew itself over time and become more and more attractive, and the central role of Cremona in the violin making world will be reinforced. The privilege of owning a work of art finds its highest expression in the ethical choice of the share. Within the project "friends of Stradivari", in collaboration with the Museum of the City Stradivari of Cremona, was promoted to a project of "hospitality" of important historical instruments of the Cremonese violin making belonging to private collections. Among the first to join the project, the heirs of Sau Wing Lam and Si-Hon-Ma. So you are associated with The Henry Ford Museum and the Royal Academy of Music in London. Cremona, a world center of violin making, to the holders of these instruments provides the opportunity, with all the guarantees of safety and professionalism appropriate, to exhibit in the prestigious national museum masterpieces normally barred to the public, so they can be admired, studied, exploited and appreciated by visitors experienced and qualified as those who attend the city and the museum dedicated to violin making.

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Flea Market Insiders is run by vintage & antique enthusiasts who enjoy discovering the world’s best flea markets and antique shops. Their mission is to help their readers find flea markets that are actually worth their time, where they can find true gems, instead of mass-produced fake items. What was started as a passion project by Nicolas Martin in 2010, has quickly become an acclaimed online reference for vintage and antique shopping. Flea Market Insiders blog helps travellers to discover the best flea markets all around the world, provides shopping tips and inspiring home decor ideas. In 2017, they also launched Fleamapket, an interactive, web-based app, featuring reviews of the world’s 300 best flea markets. They are particularly proud of Fleamapket’s flea market calendar, which we created for our premium subscribers. Nicolas, born and raised in France, is an expert on French flea markets and antiques. He loves to decorate his home with unusual vintage objects. His wife disagrees, but he is convinced that one can never own too many antique and vintage chairs, right? Although Paris is still his go-to place to find antique treasures, Nicolas is now based in Vienna, Austria, where he runs Flea Market Insiders. The initial idea behind launching fleamarketinsiders.com was to show the world that it is not always necessary to spend a fortune on new items when you can find amazing things at flea markets that might otherwise get disposed of. They like to think that Flea Market Insiders helps its readers to live a more sustainable lifestyle, where old objects get repurposed & upcycled instead of thrown away. Naturally, they have plenty of flea market shopping tips to share, but the most important advice we have, is this: “Remember, that the most valuable items are not those that you think will be valuable for resale. The really priceless things are the objects you personally love”. Of course, there are hundreds of haggling tips and advice such as “arrive before sunrise”, but the truth is that it actually takes not that much to become a successful treasure hunter. All you need is good spirits, a minimum dose of fantasy, charm and a little bit of perseverance. Your eyes will sharpen over time, and before you realize it, your home will be full of fabulous finds.

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IJ-Hallen is a large indoor market located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is known for its vast selection of vintage and second-hand goods, ranging from clothing and accessories to furniture and home decor. The market is housed in a former shipyard and is one of the largest indoor markets in Europe, with hundreds of stalls and vendors selling a wide range of goods. The atmosphere is lively and bustling, with plenty of bargains to be found if you're willing to dig. The prices are reasonable, and there is a mix of both high-end and budget-friendly items. Overall, IJ-Hallen is a must-visit for those interested in vintage shopping and a unique market experience.

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Nuestro almacén de distribución de cervezas artesanas e hidromiel comparte espacio con nuestra tienda, física y online, de productos artesanos: Zona de Catas. En nuestra tienda tenemos una gran variedad cervezas artesanas e hidromiel, nuestros productos estrella. Y además disponemos de toda clase de productos también de elaboración artesanal hecho en España: Vinos, licores, aceites, mermeladas, mieles, chocolates, turrones, patés, etc. Todo producto de alta calidad que ofrecemos a nuestros clientes para su disfrute y con el que contribuimos a la difusión del consumo de productos artesanos, elaborados tradicionalmente, de una forma más natural y hechos con más cariño, por eso están tan buenos. De ello damos fe por lo que nos cuentan nuestros clientes y porque ¡los hemos probado todos! Con todos nuestros productos podemos elaborar cajas y cestas de regalo para cumpleaños, aniversarios o para regalar a alguien especial. Podemos hacerlos con una selección de cervezas artesanas, o mezclando varios de nuestros productos. A tu gusto, tú decides como la quieres y nosotros te la hacemos. También te podemos preparar los detalles para regalar en presentaciones, comuniones, bodas, etc. Elige uno o varios de nuestros productos y te los preparamos especialmente para que tengas un detalle original con tus invitados. Además, en Zona de Cata organizamos catas de cerveza o vino. Las catas son una experiencia en la que puedes degustar varios tipos de cervezas o vinos acompañados de alimentos que los complementan. Es una experiencia diseñada para aprender sobre el origen, la historia, cómo se sirve, y otros datos interesantes al mismo tiempo que pasas un rato divertido.

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Sabor a España is a brand of traditional high quality Spanish products. They are master nougat, as well as brittle and dried fruit derivate makers, who try to bring the tradition of Spanish products back to a public that had forgotten about it. Hard work and honesty are values of their family-run business. All their products have one thing in common - they are sold in towns and cities to remind their people that Spain's food tradition is much healthier, more nutritious and tastier than ready-made food. They are currently expanding their trade and have 23 fully operational stores. Sabor a España moved to the town center of the most emblematic Spanish towns and looked for the best spots in each one of them to offer their most typical products. Sabor a España es una marca de productos tradicionales españoles de máxima calidad cuya especialidad son los turrones, guirlaches y derivados de los frutos secos. En Sabor a España intentan llevar la tradición de los productos españoles a un público que lo tenía ya olvidado. Sabor a España es una empresa trabajadora, familiar, honesta y sencilla. Todos sus productos tienen un punto en común y es que vienen a las ciudades a recordar a sus vecinos que la tradición culinaria de España es mucho más sana, completa y apetitosa que la comida prefabricada. Actualmente se encuentran en plena expansión, contando en este momento con más de 23 tiendas por toda España en pleno funcionamiento. Sabor a España se trasladaal centro de las ciudades más míticas del país y buscan los mejores rincones de cada una de ellas para ofrecer este producto tan típico de la región.

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Studio ADP21 is an interior decoration studio with twenty years of experience in Rome, on national territory and abroad. We create unique and personalized artistic works on a wide range, from modern to classic and from simple patinas to more complex decorative works, designed in close connection with the environment in which they are located. We collaborate with architectural firms and private individuals. We intervene in private homes, commercial activities and public structures. Types of interventions: 1) Modern and classic artistic walls, 2) Custom-made artistic panels, 3) artistic paintings, 4) decorative resins on floors, walls and furnishing elements, 5) wall decor in resin, 6) fake frescoes for private individuals and not (hotels, restaurants, shopping centres, etc). Studio ADP21 è uno studio di decorazione d'interni con esperienza ventennale a Roma, su territorio nazionale e all'estero. Realizziamo opere artistiche uniche e personalizzate su vasta gamma, dal moderno al classico e da semplici patine a opere decorative più complesse, progettate in stretto legame con l'ambiente in cui si collocano. Collaboriamo con studi di architettura e privati. Interveniamo in abitazioni private, attività commerciali e strutture pubbliche. tipologia di interventi: 1) Pareti artistiche moderne e classiche, 2) Pannelli artistici su misura, 3) Quadri artistici, 4) Resine decorative su pavimenti, pareti ed elementi di arredo, 5) walldecor in resina, 6) finti affreschi per privati e non (alberghi, ristoranti, centri commerciali, etc).

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Australian National Maritime Museum is the Australia’s museum of the sea. A place to explore our relationship to the oceans, rivers and lakes around us and to dive deeper into the rich maritime heritage that binds us all. As an island nation, we have always been fascinated by the waters that surround us. The ocean, and its ever-shifting tides, have been central to our stories throughout time, shaping the Australian identity. By sharing these stories, we want to spark curiosity and conversations about how the sea shaped our world and continues to transform us today. Our purpose is to excite people about their connection to the sea, so they value it more. Australia’s maritime history abounds with people who lived, worked, and explored our waters. The maritime museum brings a modern perspective to these narratives, exploring topics of migration, commerce, archaeology, ocean science and culture and lifestyle. We are proud to honour the stories from autonomous Indigenous voices and represent the innumerable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander living cultural connections to ancestral waters. As the national centre for maritime collections, exhibitions, experiences and knowledge, we are custodians of historic vessels and a cultural hub for Australian maritime heritage and contemporary stories of the sea. These stories come to life for visitors at our Sydney Harbour site and connect with national and global audiences in immersive and innovative ways, including online experiences to explore from anywhere.

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The Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) forms part of a boulevard of historic cultural institutions that line North Terrace, Adelaide. It stands on the lands of the Kaurna people, in a traditional camping and meeting area known as Tarntanya (‘red kangaroo place’). The Gallery was established in 1881, originally occupying two rooms in the city’s nineteenth-century library/museum complex, then later part of the Jubilee Exhibition Building (now demolished). We moved to our current site in 1900, when a dedicated building was constructed to house the growing collection after pastoralist Sir Thomas Elder bequeathed an immense £25,000 for acquisitions. That original stone building is today AGSA’s stately Elder Wing of Australian Art. Many other benefactors have shaped the collection and building. In 1916, for example, a bequest of works from Sir Samuel Way dramatically expanded our Asian decorative arts collection. In 1935, a gift of £10,000 from Alexander Melrose helped to fund building works, creating the Melrose Wing and the neoclassical façade that visitors see today. Additions in 1962, 1979 and 1996 increased display space for a collection that now numbers more than 45,000 works of art – almost 90 per cent acquired through benefaction. From an early emphasis on works by European and Australian male artists, over time the Gallery has developed an outstanding collection of Asian art, extensive representation of Australia’s remarkable women modern artists, a rich collection of Islamic art, and international holdings of major significance. The latter includes the largest collection of Morris & Co. decorative art outside Britain, the finest body of Auguste Rodin sculptures in the Southern Hemisphere (acquired in 1996), and a rare ‘topographic’ sculpture by American Donald Judd created in 1974 in response to the terrain of our north lawn – literally a landmark piece. In 1939, we became the first state gallery to acquire a work by an Aboriginal artist, then from the mid-1950s we carefully began to develop a significant collection of art by the nation’s First Peoples. Since 2015 we have hosted the unique Tarnanthi festival of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. AGSA has also long fostered contemporary art. Since 1990 we have staged the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, the longest-running survey of Australian contemporary art, and since 2017 the Ramsay Art Prize, Australia’s most generous prize for young contemporary artists. In 2018 the art prize’s benefactors, James Stewart Ramsay and Diana May Ramsay, jointly bequeathed one of the nation’s most generous cultural gifts – the $38 million James and Diana Ramsay Fund – to strategically develop the Gallery’s collection. Our history has made us who we are today – and who we might become.

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The Australian Museum is Australia’s first museum, and have over 21 million scientific specimens and cultural objects in our collections. Learn more from First Nations people, discover thousands of animal factsheets and explore our online education resources. More than a leading Sydney attraction, the Australian Museum is a hub of information, resources and research. To be a leading voice for the richness of life, the Earth and culture in Australia and the Pacific. We commit to transform the conversation around climate change, the environment and wildlife conservation; be a strong advocate for First Nations’ culture; and continue to develop world-leading science, collections, exhibitions and education programs. The Australian Museum is a dynamic source of reliable scientific information and a touchstone for informed debate about some of the most pressing environmental and social challenges facing our region: the loss of biodiversity, a changing climate and the search for cultural identity. Underpinning our research is an irreplaceable collection of international standing: over 22 million objects representing a timeline of the environmental and cultural histories of the Australian and Pacific regions. Our collection holds many objects from Indigenous Australia and the Pacific, a record of human diversity and a living wellspring for regional cultural diversity. It contains irreplaceable fossils, minerals, meteorites and gemstones that provide a geological perspective of the planet. It houses representative specimens of native Australian mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and countless invertebrates that tell many stories about our unique wildlife.

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The National Museum of Australia brings to life the rich and diverse stories of Australia through compelling objects, ideas and events. We focus on Indigenous histories and cultures, European settlement and our interaction with the environment. The National Museum of Australia is a publicly funded institution governed as a statutory authority in the Commonwealth Arts portfolio. Established in 1980, it is headed by a Director appointed by the Governor-General. The Council is responsible for the conduct and control of the affairs of the Museum. The Museum building on Acton Peninsula opened on 11 March 2001. Although it is one of Australia’s newest cultural institutions, the National Museum of Australia was almost 100 years in the making. Over the course of the 20th century, proposals for a national museum were intermittent, interrupted by wars and financial crises and stifled by government inaction. A national inquiry in 1975 (the ‘Pigott Report’) finally resulted in the creation of the Museum in 1980 with the passing of the National Museum of Australia Act. Collecting officially began with significant collections inherited from Australian Government collections, including the Australian Institute of Anatomy. A location was identified at Yarramundi Reach, Canberra. In December 1996 the building of the Museum was announced as the key Centenary of Federation project, and Acton Peninsula was chosen as the site, with funding confirmed in 1997. The National Museum of Australia opened on 11 March 2001. It is home to the National Historical Collection and is one of the nation’s major cultural institutions.

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Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is Tasmania's leading natural and cultural heritage organisation. It is a combined museum, art gallery and herbarium which safeguards the physical evidence of Tasmania's natural and cultural heritage, and the cultural identity of Tasmanians. TMAG is Australia's second-oldest museum and has its origins in the collections of Australia's oldest scientific society, the Royal Society of Tasmania, established in 1843. The first permanent home of the museum opened on the corner of Argyle and Macquarie streets in 1863 and the museum has gradually expanded from this corner to occupy the entire city block. The TMAG precinct is one of Australia's most historically significant sites. Included in the precinct is Tasmania's oldest surviving public building, the 1808-10 Commissariat Store; the Private Secretary's Cottage, built prior to 1815 and originally adjacent to old Government House; and Tasmania's first federal building, the 1902 Custom House. At TMAG we care for the State Collections of Tasmania: almost 800,000 objects as diverse as fossils and fine art. Our collections represent the essence of our society's values and are a major reference point for Tasmanians to gain a greater appreciation of what it means to be Tasmanian and to understand our place within the global community.

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The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) is the Northern Territory’s premier cultural organisation. Our principal facility since 1981 is on Larrakia Land at Bullocky Point in Darwin, home to internationally renowned cultural and scientific collections and research and exhibition programs. MAGNT also operates the historic Fannie Bay Gaol in Darwin, the Museum of Central Australia incorporating the Strehlow Research Centre in Alice Springs, Megafauna Central and the Alcoota Fossil Bed site north east of Alice Springs. MAGNT also manages the historic Lyons Cottage on Darwin’s Esplanade and the Defence of Darwin Experience at East Point in Darwin. MAGNT attracts over 300,000 visitors annually to our sites. Set in a scenic location overlooking Fannie Bay, MAGNT Darwin on Larrakia Country is home to internationally renowned artistic, cultural and scientific collections and research programs. Each year MAGNT presents a dynamic program of internally-developed exhibitions, carefully curated from the collection, and the best travelling exhibitions from around Australia. MAGNT Darwin is also home to the annual Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA) —the most significant celebration of its kind in Australia. MAGNT was founded in 1966, with the introduction of a Bill into the Legislative Council of the Northern Territory. Dr Colin Jack-Hinton was appointed the MAGNT's first director, taking up the position in 1970. It was first housed in the renovated old Town Hall (originally known as the Palmerston Town Hall) in Darwin’s central business district. But on that fateful evening, Christmas Eve 1974, Cyclone Tracy hit Darwin, destroying the old Town Hall and damaging much of the MAGNT collection. For the next few years both the staff and collection were housed in multiple buildings around Darwin, coming together for lunchtime lectures in the ruins of the Old Town Hall. ​ After deliberation, approval was finally granted for the construction of a new purpose-built museum and art gallery at Bullocky Point, on the site of the old Vestey's Meatworks. It was opened on the 10 September 1981. Over the last few decades, MAGNT has grown to include six sites across Darwin and Alice Springs. MAGNT became an independent statutory body on 1 July 2014.

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The Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History is a world-class organisation and home to the world's largest collection of Australia's largest dinosaur fossils. Australian Age of Dinosaurs was incorporated as a not-for-profit organisation in October 2002 and was based at Belmont, a sheep station owned by David and Judy Elliott. In 2006 a rugged mesa and wilderness area 24km south-west of Winton known as "The Jump-Up" was donated by the Britton Family and the Museum relocated there in 2009. Today the Museum houses the world’s largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils and comprises a Fossil Preparation Laboratory, Reception Centre and the March of the Titanosaurs exhibition at Dinosaur Canyon. Future plans include the construction of Australia’s premier natural history museum. The Museum is a non-profit organisation which draws support from across Australia. It all began with the discovery of a femur. In 1999 while mustering sheep on his property Belmont near Winton, David Elliott discovered the fossilised bone of what was, at the time, Australia’s largest dinosaur. This bone was later identified as part of a giant femur from a Cretaceous sauropod that roamed the Winton area 95 million years ago. Following the discovery of more fossils during digs held in conjunction with the Queensland Museum, David and his wife, Judy Elliott, called a public meeting in Winton on 17 August 2002 with a view to establishing a dinosaur museum at Winton. On 25 October 2002 Australian Age of Dinosaurs Incorporated (AAOD Inc) commenced operations as a not-for-profit organisation aimed at ensuring future dinosaur digs and the preparation and conservation of dinosaur fossils from the Winton Formation could continue. The organisation, with support from a strong members' volunteer base, began the initial stages of developing a major tourism attraction in the form of a dinosaur museum so that the discoveries could be preserved for perpetuity and be available to the public. While mustering sheep in March 2005 David Elliott discovered a new dinosaur site on Belmont and a subsequent dig in September that year uncovered the remains of one of Australia’s most complete sauropod skeletons. A total of 17 pallets of fossil bones trapped in a fine siltstone rock were recovered and stored in the Belmont shed. The dinosaur was nicknamed Wade, in posthumous honour of Australian Palaeontologist Dr Mary Wade who died at the time the dig was being undertaken. In late 2005 the discovery of a partial sauropod humerus on Elderslie Station, near Winton, led to a series of digs held by the Museum and the recovery of two dinosaur skeletons preserved together, one being a sauropod skeleton and the other a theropod. The sauropod was nicknamed Matilda and the theropod was nicknamed Banjo, both in honour of Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson and his classic poem "Waltzing Matilda".

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Situated in the heart of Perth’s Cultural Centre, the Gallery houses the State Art Collection with works by renowned local and international artists from the 1800s to today. Immerse yourself in the Balancing Act gallery space displaying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. Take a free guided tour or find something unique in the AGWA Design Store to take home. The Gallery was founded in 1895 and occupies a precinct of three heritage buildings on the south-eastern corner of the Perth Cultural Centre including the former Perth Police Courts. The main Gallery opened in 1979 and is a unique modernist building inspired by the pavilions and courtyards of the Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. In 2019, the Gallery celebrated its 40th anniversary and in 2020 the Gallery celebrated 125 years. The State Art Collection is Western Australia’s greatest visual art asset. Since the first work of art was purchased in 1895, the AGWA Collection has grown into the finest public art collection in Western Australia of more than 18,000 works. One of the Collection's key strengths is its holdings of works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and its representation of Western Australian art and artists. Twentieth-century Australian and British paintings and sculpture are also a particular strength. Each year, the Collection grows by 150-400 works, largely through the generous support of AGWA’s Foundation Members and private donations. The Art Gallery of Western Australia's Tom Malone Prize is a highly respected national event for contemporary Australian glass artists. The Tom Malone Prize was initiated in 2003 by Governor of the Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, Elizabeth Malone. The Prize continues in 2018-2022 through the support of Foundation Benefactor, Sheryl Grimwood. An acquisitive prize, each year’s winning entrant is awarded $15,000 while their work becomes a part of the WA State Art Collection where it will join works by previous winners: Clare Belfrage, Gabriella Bisetto, Charles Butcher, Cobi Cockburn, Brian Corr, Mel Douglas, Mark Eliott, Deirdre Feeney, Kevin Gordon, Marc Leib, Jessica Loughlin, Tom Moore, Nick Mount, Benjamin Sewell and Ayano Yoshizumi. The Tom Malone Prize is a highly respected national event within the Australian glass arts community and it has played an integral role in the Gallery's acquisition of works by Australia's most inspiring, innovative and accomplished artists in this medium.

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