Alessandro Bollo is one of the founders of Fondazione Fitzcarraldo an international independent centre for research, training, planning, and documentation on cultural, arts and media management, economics and policies based in Turin, Italy, where he is currently responsible for the Research and Consultancy Unit. Mr Bollo works also as a Professor of Marketing and Communication of Cultural Heritage and Activities at Polytechnic of Turin – II Faculty of Architecture, and as a lecturer at various courses for cultural operators in Italy and abroad. He was one of the members of the evaluation team of the cultural policy of Montenegro for the Council of Europe project in 2003. He has worked as the Coordinator of the Cultural Observatory of Piedmont, and as the promoter of the marketing department at AISM - Italian Association on Marketing Studies, Milan, Italy. He holds a Degree in Economics (cultural marketing) and a Master in Cultural Project Management. Mr Bollo is an editor responsible for the Italian web portal on cultural marketing, Fizz . His main interests are audience research, visitor studies and access to culture.
Born in Bari in 1963, he has a degree in Statistics and Economics and a specialization in fund raising. At the National Directorate dell'Arci since 1990, he held several positions, including coordinator of partnership with companies, development of fundraising campaigns, organization of numerous national events. Today he is a member of the National Presidency dell'Arci with the task of coordinating the Cultural Policies at the national level. He also holds the position of Head of the National Communication. From 2000 to 2009 he collaborated with the Italian consortium Fairtrade, certifying body of fair trade products, of which he was also President. From 2009 to 2011 he was president of Valore Sociale, an association that has developed a certification standard on corporate social responsibility. He is also currently a member of the international board of BJCEM - Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean and is on the board of directors of SmartIT, mutual artists.
Bruno Bozzetto created his first animated short "Tapum, the history of wepons" back in 1958 at the age of 20.
This animated short sparked interest amongst the audience as well as the critics. In the 60ies he created Mr Rossi, a middle-aged man who appeals to most viewers and audiences, able to associate with Mr. Rossi's qualities.
In 1965 , Bruno Bozzetto was the only Italian director to create and produce an animated feature film in over 20 years of stillness, "West and Soda", followed by "Vip my brother Superman" (1968) and by "Allegro non Troppo" (1976), the italian answer to the famous "Fantasia" by Walt Disney.
Bozzetto has worked in the popular scientific field too. Together with the renowned journalist Piero Angela, he delivered about 100 shorts belonging to the scientific TV program "QUARK".
Throughout his career, Bruno Bozzetto produced about thirty animated shorts which were spread and screened all over the world and for which he received much recognition as well as many awards including four Italian Silver Ribbons, five Career Awards, The Golden Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival and an Oscar Nomination.
At the same time he realized and directed roughly ten TV serials for RAI and for the Swiss Television.
Since 2000 he’s been devoting himself to 2D computer animation, creating a significant number of short films, destined to the Internet, the very first of which "Europe and Italy" gained great success worldwide.
Bruno Bozzetto took part to many international juries all around the world and there are more than 10 degree thesis based upon his work.
In 2007 the University of Bergamo conferred an honorary degree on him within the field of "Theory, techniques and management of all performing arts".
Since 2000, he's been testing new animation techniques.
Today, Bruno Bozzetto and his new Studio of Production Bozzetto&Co. have been focusing their attention on 2D and 3D animation, occasionally cooperating with the provincial Council of Bergamo.
In 2008, a 3D series by the title "Psicovip", co-produced by RAI Fiction and Maga Animation Studio, the latter taking care of the films' animation tion, was completed.
In the same year, Bozzetto was awarded for his career by receiving the very notorious De Sica Award directly by the President of the Republic Giorgio Napolitano.
She studied as a classical actress coming in contact with the Commedia dell'arte and after a brief period in children's theater, she faces an audition for the Society of Fo- Rame: thus began her theatrical experience more meaningful and humane, lasting more than 20 years. In their company she is an actress, assistant director who worked with the publication of texts and an organizer too.
In addition to play shows with artists such as Giorgio Albertazzi, Gianrico Germans, Navy Massironi, Antonio Catania, she staged performances of the pair Fo -Rame: "The whole house, bed and church", " Mistero Buffo" ; drama for children " Pipuffa , a storyteller just funny", "History of Antenna" based on a text by Mario Lodi, "The True Story of Fortunate" and for adults with "Johanna Po TO THE DISCOVERY of the Americas" adaptation to the female of the famous text of Fo, one of the rare times that the teacher gave to modify one of his works . She writes "The story of the wonders of the world", medieval giullarata between the travels of Marco Polo. Post story "Allegra, Mrs. hunger," the story of a child growing up between 1928 and 1945 in a country of low Milanese, text adopted by many schools. She has realized musical tribute to De Andrè, Gaber, Fo, Whittaker and recently " The partisan Franca" on the life of Franca Rame.
Rossana De Lorenzi has a degree in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology at the University "Federico II" of Naples. She received her PhD in Molecular Biology in 2006 at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Monterotondo, mainly dealing with inflammation and neurodegeneration and publishing on major magazines. In 2007 she inaugurated the Italian branch of the European Learning Laboratory for the Life Sciences (ELLS) - the structure inside the EMBL dedicated to education and knowledge dissemination - at EMBL Monterotondo. In 2012 she collaborated in the creation of Adamas Science, which operates in the field of dissemination of scientific culture, promoting the creation of collaborative networks between schools and research and developing innovative resources for teaching science.
I was born in Cesena (FC) December 5, 1958; I am married with Valeria and in 1990 we had James. Since 1980 I live in Montiano (FC) in a house located in the hills about 250 meters above sea level where I cultivate olive trees.
I have a degree in Natural Sciences at the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences of the University of Parma, with a thesis entitled "Experimental observations on the use of the forelimb in the predatory behavior of Anura (Amphibia) " at the Museum of Natural History (Rapporteur: Vittorio Parisi). Since 1990 I've been Curator of Zoology at the Museum of Natural History in Ferrara. Since February 2012 I became Director of the Natural History Museum of Ferrara
From 1997 to 2004, I supported the elected member of the Board of Directors of SHI (SHI); since 2004 I've been member of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Science Museums (ANMS). In 2010 I organized the twentieth congress ANMS in Ferrara. In the academic year 2006-2007 I attended the course in Economics and Management of Museums and Cultural Services (MUSEC) of the University of Ferrara.
Annalisa Mierla, PhD in Biochemistry and Biotechnology. She has a degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology at the University of Perugia in 2005 and in the same year she achieved a license to practice as a pharmacist. From 2005 to 2009 she worked as a technologist, a researcher at Valpharma International SpA (PU), an experience that makes you reach out and touch a large part of the theory studied. In 2009, she became mother and won a competition for a doctorate at the University said. She is currently divides between academic research and a part-time Pharmacy. National finalist for two consecutive years for scientists FameLab of talent, she is delighted ProLoco to the presidency of the country in which she lives and teaches catechism.
In 1978 he achieved the Master degree in Bioscience at Sapienza University of Rome and from 1978 to 1983 he developed research activities in Geobotanic and natural-cultural Paleoecology. He partecipated in several missions of settlement archeology in Italy and in Middle East.
From 1983 to 1993 he partecipated to the Organization of scientific research at the Ministry for Education, University and Research.
He was a Member of Commissions and Working Groups on policy research in representing the Ministry too.
From 1993 to nowadays he has assumed the Executive Management of Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), with responsibility on promotion of Higher Education and the
relationship between High School and the University.
From 1993 to 2005 he was Vice President of the Institute for the Development of the Third Sector, involved in the definition of e-learning Models and Services for society and Third Sector.
From 2004 to 2006 he assumed the Direction of ENEA’s Unit Supervision and Control.
From 2006 to 2009 he was ENEA Head of Council Secretariat and from 2009 to present he has been ENEA Assistant Commissioner for Higher Education and Research.
From2010 to 2012 he was a Member of Working Group for the internationalization of research at Ministry for Education,
University and Research and Italian Representative at Cooperation Committee for the 7th european research framework programme. Coordinator of Italian Consultation Table for gender issues in science. Coordinator of Italian Consultation Table for the Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) on Cultural Heritage and Global
Change: a new challenge for Europe
2012- 2013 – Counselor of Minister for Education, University and Research, Prof. Francesco Profumo.
He is an author and co-author of scientific papers, several books and numerous articles on newspapers and magazines of scientific communication.
Andrea Bandelli is a scholar in science communication and an advisor for science education projects and institutions. After pioneering the use of internet in schools and museums in the early 1990's, Bandelli worked at the development of the science center NEMO in Amsterdam, the Miami Museum of Science and became a partner of NISE, the Nanoscale Informal Science Education network. In 2004 he launched PlayDecide, a project which continues to engage several thousands people in debates and discussions on contemporary science. Andrea was the coordinator of the academic program for the first African Science Communication conference in 2006 and has developed, managed, evaluated and directed several international projects on science, art, democracy and public participation in collaboration with Ecsite, the European network of science centers and museums. He has published several articles on public engagement with science and he is currently conducting doctoral research at the VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on scientific citizenship and the role of the public in the governance of science centers.
Head of the European Project ENEA ISTECH (1996-1999 "Development of innovative techniques for the improvement
of stability of cultural heritage, in Particular seismic protection "), which saw the application for the first time in the world of
devices in Shape Memory Alloy gables of the transept of the Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, restored after the Umbria - Marche earthquake (1997-98 ) . ENEA responsible for other projects for the Seismic Protection of Cultural Heritage, including the Archaeological Heritage (an example: seismic isolation in horizontal and vertical position of the boat Roman Herculaneum, 2000-2006).
Project Coordinator International Tues VAST (2007-2008 , " Manejo de Riesgos en Valparaiso / Risk Assessment in Valparaiso " ), funded by the IDB / IADB (Inter-American Development Bank / InterAmerican Development Bank). The objectives of the project involved the evaluation of the main "hazards" due to natural events (earthquakes , tsunamis,
landslides) and anthropogenic (fire) for the city of Valparaiso (Chile), a UNESCO World Heritage Site, due to the definition of scenarios and maps via "geo -database" and "building inventories " (thanks to technical GIS and Remote Sensing).
Throughout the project, the vulnerability of some 200 buildings of a pilot urban area (Cerro Cordillera, partially
within the zone UNESCO) and three monumental churches of Valparaiso has been assessed, suggesting solutions and seismic reinforcement restoration.
He was part of the PFM 1984 to 1989 and has always worked with Elio e le Storie Tese .
In his work as a producer, musician and composer he has racked up several gold records , collaborating with artists such as Jack's Mannequin, Pino Daniele, Teresa De Sio, Fabrizio De André, Enrico Ruggeri, Ivano Fossati, Roberta Flack , Elio e le Storie Tese, Mauro Pagani and Eugene Kelly.
He has produced , played and composed for artists such as Pacific, Marlene Kuntz, Richard Sinigallia, Gianni Maroccolo, Sahinko Namtcylack. He has worked as an arranger and as a musician with international musicians such as Airto Moreira, Miroslav Vitous, Hiram Bullock, Omar Hakim, Peter Erskine and Jorge Ben.
He has opened for Miles Davis in the Italian tour 1987.
He has made numerous soundtracks for film and television, including those for the film Moon Shot by Alberto Simone (1995), premiered at the International Film Festival in Berlin in 1995.
He has also composed soundtracks for RAI and Mediaset (I Cesaroni, Una storia qualunque, etc.) and music for radio plays and programs.
He is the author of scores of the last works of Nino Manfredi.
Artistic Director of the Notte della Taranta with Noa and Stewart Copeland, with Stewart Copeland he has established a partnership and founded the group Gizmo: Draft jazz / world music composed by musicians of international renown.