In spite of the critical economic and financial phase, the Compagnia confirms its commitment in favor of culture as an answer to people’s intellectual and spiritual needs, as well as an irreplaceable factor for the advancement of research and knowledge.
Moreover, it is necessary to consider the direct and indirect positive effects induced by cultural activity in a social and economic context, seriously analyzing the existing critical elements and the ones that may emerge, as well as the prospects.
This is particularly valid for Torino, that over the past few years has seen a progressive growth of vitality and reputation, thanks as well to the resources that have been channeled into culture and cultural consumption.
Starting from these premises, it is appropriate to distinguish between the interventions aimed at preserving and enhancing the value of our cultural heritage, on one side, and promoting and supporting activities that have a substantial cultural interest, on the other, in the context of a close integration of these two areas.
06.03.2013 - Torino
On March 7th Luca Remmert, Piero Fassino and Antonio Saitta are attending the opening of the exhibition at the Archivio di Stato. The exhibition is a virtual voyage into 18th century Torino, meandering between city planning and private and public architecture.
Fondazione Museo delle Antichità Egizie – Torino
Fondazione Torino Musei – Torino
Consorzio di Valorizzazione Culturale La Venaria Reale – Venaria (TO)
Genova Palazzo Ducale Fondazione per la Cultura – Genova
Ass. "Forte di Bard per la valorizzazione del turismo culturale del Forte di Bard" – Bard (AO)
Consulta per la valorizzazione dei beni artistici e culturali – Torino
Consulta per la valorizzazione dei beni artistici e culturali – Fossano (CN)