After its success at the Centro Diagnostico in Milan, the photographic exhibition “The rule of talent. Crafts of art. Italian know-how”, works by Laila Pozzo, produced by Bracco Foundation in collaboration with Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte, will be on show from March 18 to May 1, 2016 at Palazzo Tadea di Spilimbergo (Pordenone), after an invitation from the Scuola Mosaicisti del Friuli, one of the Italian excellences in this particular sector of applied arts.
March 7, 2016 sees the opening of the third edition of the Cav. Lav. Fulvio Bracco Diagnostic Imaging award in collaboration with ISSNAF - Italian Scientists and Scholars in North America Foundation.
From March 18-20, 2016 FWA - Fondazione Welfare Ambrosiano is taking part in Do the right thing! at the Fiera Milano City Pavilion 3, to present its initiatives aimed at Milanese citizens and workers to promote a model of subsidiary and innovative welfare.
AriSLA is a concrete response in commitment to and investment in the fight against SLA, through its support, coordination and promotion of scientific research into a cure for this disease.
December 9 saw the selection of the winners of the eight scholarships which, by tradition, Bracco Foundation, in collaboration with Bracco Imaging SpA, offers to university students living in the municipalities surrounding the company’s production site: Cesano Maderno, Ceriano Laghetto, Bovisio Masciago, Cogliate and Solaro.
Until December 28 in Palazzo Martinengo Colleoni in Brescia the costumes of the leading ladies of the operas of Verdi and Puccini will be on show stop.
As part of the project to relaunch the Torviscosa industrial site in Friuli, Diana Bracco, president of the Bracco Foundation, illustrated the project for computerising the archives of Snia and CID (Centro Informazione Documentazione).
“Here there are good people who help people in need”. This neat summary by one of the 500 women involved in the Prevention a friend for immigrant women in Milan project resonated in the Me and We - Women for Expo area of the Italian Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015 during the presentation of the preliminary results of the initiative promoted by Bracco Foundation with the Municipality of man and the Opera San Francesco per i Poveri.
On Saturday, September 26 at 7:30 PM at the Open Plaza in the Expo Centre of Expo Milano 2015, Bracco Foundation offered all visitors to the exhibition a free concert by La Scala Theatre Academy Orchestra, conducted by Pietro Mianiti, with the patronage of the Italian Pavilion.
Follow Fondazione Bracco