On the 29th of July, the “Maintenance of Artistic Patrimony” course for young people with backgrounds in the humanities and arts finished.
It was part of the project called F.ED.O.RA (Formazione e Diagnostica [digitale] per le Opere di Restauro Artistico / Course for the digital diagnosis of works of art being restored), which was launched last November by the non-profit ACTL (Associazione per la Cultura e Tempo Libero / Association for Culture and Free Time), and which concentrates on integrating young people into jobs.
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum also contributed actively to the course thanks to the participation of Lucia Pini – Keeper / Conservator, Laura Bugliosi in charge of Marketing and Funding, and Benedetta Marchesi in charge of Comunication and the Press Office.
Classroom instruction was given in synchronous distance learning sessions. Its success in terms of appreciation and efficacy reveals how even spread out and less traditional formats can, in reality, give concrete results, and can be applied to other subjects.
Project F.ED.O.RA was realized within the scope of initiatives promoted by the Operative Regional Program, and was co-financed by the European Social Fund.