Bracco Foundation’s progettoDiventerò, in line with the international vocation of the Bracco Group, after China and the United States reaches Brazil with a partnership of excellence: the Società Paulista di Radiologia (SPR).
On July 13, at the Italian Pavilion in Expo, the 41 winners of the 2014/15 prizes and scholarships of progettoDiventerò received their awards in the presence of some of their mentors, including Annalisa Zanni and Stefano Pogutz, and a very involved audience.
To celebrate the first five years of Bracco foundation we have produced an institutional brochure that illustrates the aims, activities, organisation, multi-year projects and all that was done between 2010 and 2015 divided by theme areas. It also presents each of our 2015 projects on loose sheets. The entire brochure is illustrated with beautiful images.
To offer job opportunities to an increasingly wide range of professionals, this year progettoDiventerò is enriched with a new training course with an international stamp.
We are pleased to present the winners of the 2014 edition of the scholarships promoted by Bracco Foundation as part of progettoDiventerò, in collaboration with Bracco Imaging and the Municipalities of Cesano Maderno, Ceriano Laghetto, Bovisio Masciago, Cogliate and Solaro.
Opening in Milan is an area of cultural and creative immersion, a hotbed of ideas, projects and activities in 7000 m² of space. Mostrami Factory @ Folli50.0 is a project of Bracco Foundation in the historical headquarters of the Bracco company, in via Folli 50 in Milan, conceived and coordinated by the Mostrami artists’ collective; a creative, cultural and social factory open to the city, with exhibitions, laboratories and evenings of music, cinema, theatre and dance. Find out about the project here!
From February 12, 2015, every second Tuesday of the month Classica HD (Sky channel 138) will broadcast “Talents at work”, the new programme from Classica HD and La Scala Theatre Academy, with the support of Bracco Foundation, that tells of the students of the famous La Scala Academy.
In Mo Yang, a Korean not yet 20 years old, triumphed on the stage of the Carlo Felice Theatre in Genoa and won the final of the Paganini Prize on Sunday, March 8, 2015 in front of a large crowd of music enthusiasts and experts.
On January 21, 2015 begins the cycle of meetings “Giving birth with art, the art of giving birth”, dedicated to pregnant and other women. This multidisciplinary project is on the subject of culture and health, which has always been an area of attention and intervention for Bracco Foundation, scientific partner of the initiative.
After the exceptional number of visitors to the “The Pollaiolo ladies. A Florentine Renaissance bottega”, in which Bracco Foundation is Main Partner, the Poldi Pezzoli Museum has organised some special openings on the last two weekends of the exhibition.
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