integrated cultural management
Projection and elaboration of all the processes of an exhibition. From the idea and curatorship, to the management of contents and the elaboration of texts. Administrative management, exhibition design and assembly. Design and elaboration of elements of the project and its diffusion.
There is a growing number of public and private spaces to which functions, wills and vocations of recreational and cultural utility are granted. The community interest as a main purpose, thus also finds the addition of a certain value of identity and attractiveness to the space.
Both the neighbors to the space and the visitors, they see with pleasure that there are places susceptible of capturing their interest to stop and attend. The community interests are also, with the flow of current information, enormously diversified, but also growing in terms of the demand for research work. A good proposal will always be well received, even by those who are not its direct target.
Public and private collections also tend to be willing to lend exhibition material, with reasonable care and attention to security, as the dissemination of their material and origin adds value.
Content is, as we well know, often as important as its context, narrative and presentation. Everything must respond to a defined identity in the direction of that narrative. The elements of diffusion must allow the visitor to find continuity and breadth in the exhibition. Their curiosity and interest are valuable resources to attend to and accompany.
Programming of concerts, round tables, recitals, presentations, etc. Management for its realization, elaboration of the communicative and graphic material for its diffusion. Projection before and after the communication of the event.
An idea of an event is never reduced to the strict temporality in which it takes place but extends in two directions. It is not easy to move people to any particular place today, so before action, dissemination and creation of a conducive and attractive environment open to visibility from its development, can be effective. The result in terms of the number of people reached is today more than ever, completed also at a later time, through channels of dissemination of videos, photos, recordings and documents.
The creation of a visual and narrative identity is a task from the very beginning. It is developing and, curiously, also today, it can become a community and unsuspected task, when sharing material among people who want to participate or have participated.
Whether they are presentations or representations, they are spaces that allow both the act of showing, as well as that of putting into dialogue and provoking the creation of a certain synergy. As well as creating a favourable place for the meeting.
Events that multiply in diversity of proposals also tend to give good results, both within a modality of small festivals and those where several diverse cultural activities converge.
Integral management of the edition of elaborated materials or elaboration of the same ones. Rights and ISBN management. Revisions and design. Administration and accounts with printers. Organization of presentations and diffusion.
Turning an idea from a book into a material object, or also into a digital one, involves many different processes, and each of them is a quite stimulating task.
Writing the content or dealing with an author. Establish the terms and make decisions according to the options available. From the choice of format to its design and layout, with all the necessary revisions and corrections. The registration and management with the printer, along with the choice of papers, case of physical format, or extensions, in case of digital. The completion of your presentation.
Each function is important so that this object of knowledge that we usually handle, reaches the public.
Training programs planned on the latest trends and technologies of design and illustration. Recreational education programs for children. Organization and management of workshops.
Possessing knowledge is not the same as knowing how to transmit and communicate it. Today, work tools are increasingly sophisticated, and giving guidelines on how to use them implies both generosity and positioning against technological marginalization.
For children, the transmission of behaviors and information is as important as maintaining attention through attractive entertainment techniques.