Italia del Futuro (Italy of the Future)
'Italia del Futuro' ('Italy of the Future') is an interactive exhibition that presents a selection of examples of 'excellence' developed by the most important Italian research institutions. The aim is to show an image of Italy in which science and technology represent the pivots of development, training opportunities and investment, beside the common belief that mainly links Italy to its artistic and literary culture.
The exhibition presents examples of technologies or projects in which Italy has a leading role, and consists of stations (also called 'islands'), each devoted to a specific subject area. Many exhibits are complemented by impressive artistic or photographic images, some of which are taken from the archive of 'RiScattiamo la Scienza', the contest launched in 2013 by the National Research Council of Italy on the occasion of the celebrations for its 90th anniversary. It is thus an innovative exhibition itinerary in which 'art' and 'science' are integrated and 'complement each other to provide the necessary keys to understand nature' (see Frank Oppenheimer, founder of the Exploratorium Museum of San Francisco).
Video and multimedia stations complete the workspace.
The learning pattern is based on a 'hands-on' approach, according to which direct experience is the most effective gateway to science laws and phenomena.
An exhibition constantly updated, that revises the legacy of centuries of genius, returning an image of Italy as a country in which the advancement of knowledge becomes an instrument to improve the quality of life of the entire society.
- July 7th - October 30th 2016: Mexico City, Universum Museo de las Ciencias (Year of Italy in Latin America)
- February 24th - April 30th 2016: Santiago del Estero, Centro Cultural del Bicentenario (Year of Italy in Latin America)
- November 27th - February 14th 2016: Cordoba, Centro Cultural (Year of Italy in Latin America)
- July 15th - November 1st 2015: Buenos Aires, Tecnopolis (Year of Italy in Latin America)
- December 10th - January 3rd 2015: Bruxelles, Autoworld Brussels Museum
- November 6th - 21st 2014: Madrid, Italian Cultural Institute
- Septermber 22nd - October 20th 2014: Podgorica, Atlas Capital Center
- June 27th - August 24th: Stockholm, Tekniska Museet
- November 27th (2013) – January 10th (2014): Budapest, Italian Cultural Institute
- September 4th - October 1 2013: Los Angeles, Italian Cultural Institute (2013 Year of Italian Culture in the Usa)
- July 12th - August 23 2013: San Francisco, Italian Cultural Institute (2013 Year of Italian Culture in the Usa)
- April 17th - May 17th 2013: Tokyo, Italian Cultural Institute (Italy in Japan 2013)
Last update: 13/02/2020