It has been six months since we started the development of ArtAcadia.org and we’re ready to draw back the curtain. A good opportunity to do so was at the annual Salone dell’Arte e del Restauro di Firenze. A notable addition to the event this year is a technology initiative called Florence Heri-Tech ~ The Future of Heritage Science and Technologies Conference. This was a natural fit for ArtAcadia.org and the perfect platform from which to launch this unique initiative. We were given a room to present a workshop and some quality stage time. Drum roll please!

Carolina & Herby in Florence!

Salone dell'Arte e del Restauro di Firenze

Firenze Workshop

We took the opportunity to unveil the new logo and title for community members!

ArtAcadia.org logo

We’re pleased to see so many young people, interested in their heritage!

Future Heritage Ambassadors!

In contrast, the older team shows some grey, but so much experience!

Team ArtAcadia.org

Hats off to everyone for getting this unique heritage initiative going!

Carolina, the Doyenne of Heritage Ambassadors

 

Presentation – Florence, Italy – Salone & Tech Conference – 17 May 2018

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It’s not a coincidence that we selected Florence as the place to put our pin on the map. After all, this is where the Renaissance started, and we certainly hope that history rubs off on ArtAcadia.org. Heritage movements all over the world needs to get moving again. Now that the wheels are in motion, we plan to test everything thoroughly over the next few months, before going global. Getting ready for Heritage Ambassadors to lead the way.

Al nostro successo!

Carolina Reviglio della Veneria
Carolina Reviglio della Veneria

Heritage Doyenne

“Only once we fully understand where we come from… and truly appreciate our heritage… can we imagine a fabulous future filled with the richness of our past. Life is ours to design!” I’m on the web here >> CarolinaReviglio.com

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