Curare l’educazione: Tutte le stelle cadute / Le storie di San Lorenzo

04 March 2011
curated by Marcello Smarrelli and Maria Rosa Sossai

On Friday, February 4th, Pastificio Cerere Foundation presents the exhibition Curare l’educazione?, educational program for contemporary art curated by Marcello Smarrelli, artistic director of the Foundation, and Maria Rosa Sossai, curator of Esterno22. The exhibition is realized in collaboration with the Department of Educational Policies of Roma Capitale and the European Youth in Action Program.

The exposition, entitled Tutte le stelle cadute / Le storie di San Lorenzo, marks the educational experience of three Roman high school classes supported by the artists Tomaso De Luca, Cesare Pietroiusti and Elisa Strinna. The produced artworks were born by the connection between the classes and the artists.

The project presented are: Storie Parallele by Cesare Pietroiusti with the students of 5D, Artists High School Ripetta; Pubbligrafie by Elisa Strinna with 2B, Secondary School Focusing on Humanities Pilo Albertelli; Movement/Monument, come costruire un anti-monumento by Tomaso De Luca with 5D, Artistic High School Giorgio De Chirico.

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Curare l educazione: Tutte le stelle cadute / Le storie di San Lorenzo, installation view at Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, 2011. Credits: Cinzia De Nigro