Cultural and artistic event planner.
Degreed in Economics and Management of Arts and Cultural Activities at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. During my studies, I had the opportunity to collaborate and be around different realities located in Veneto (Italian region). I was Project Coordinator for ITSLIQUID Group – Venice and Management Assistant for Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi – Ca’ Zanardi Events. I have collaborated with “Università Popolare Natura e Cultura” to organize cultural and artistic events since 2019. An example of my collaboration with Constantina Mavrou and the previously mentioned university is the “I Say Autism, And You?” international art exhibition. I love books, nature, coffee, and good wine.
“I Say Autism, And You?”, catalogue international exhibition, Passignano sul Trasimeno (PG), July 2021
Chinese and English translator.
Graduated in Language, Culture and Society of Asia and Mediterranean Africa: Chinese language curriculum, at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. During my studies I engaged in more than an experience abroad, especially in China.
Since 2018 I have been actively looking for new projects to work into and learning new languages.
I love cooking, organizing trips, and Christmas.
Figurative graphic designer. Graduated as a figurative graphic designer from the Liceo Artistico A. Martini in Vicenza, during my studies I approached the world of art and was fascinated by it. Despite some vicissitudes in my life that led me to start working as a simple worker, I’ve always been in contact with the artistic world from which I have borrowed my creative vision.
Among my latest works, I can include the creation of “Giakomo – Anime fragili” (Giakomo- fragile souls). a catalogue that can help give new visibility to Giacomo Tosato’s original works; and the start of a photographic project that is very important to me.
I love listening to a lot of different kinds of music, reading, travelling, discovering new places and eating.
A little explanation of your inspiration for the logo:
” I developed the logo thinking of a generous brushstroke of colour that sinuously underlined the name of the blog, I then highlighted some characters through spots similar to fresh paint. The choice to take the original style and shades is motivated by the idea of a revisitation that could update the original logo, giving it a lively look that would approach the artistic world approached by DiscordArtE. “
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