Three exceptional virtual events during which curators will guide the public through their museums
If, for the time being, the doors of the museums remain closed, the collections and works of the Roman cultural heritage become available to the public online. With a series of appointments, the curators of the museums – exceptional guides for each event – meet the public to learn more about the works and themes of the civic museums.
The meetings are organized by the Capitoline Superintendence of Cultural Heritage within the Romarama program. They are all free of charge and open to a maximum of 50 participants each. To enjoy the event it is necessary to make a reservation through the dedicated phone number, +39060608. Subsequently, you will receive an email with the access link to the platform of the event.
The collections and works of the Roman cultural heritage become available to the public online
December 16th, at 4 p.m. – Galleria d’Arte Moderna: The other works. Artists collecting artists – A meeting curated by Daniela Vasta about the exhibition curated by Lucilla Catania and Daniela Perego that describes this particular kind of collecting and the vitality and interconnections of the cultural scene. A direct comparison between artists, styles, and languages of the XX and XXI century that started in 2018. The considerable organizational commitment allowed the exhibition of 550 works in 5 museums of the Civic Museums system.
December 16th, at 5.30 p.m. – Ara Pacis Museum: Meetings in the Museum – Curated by Lucia Spagnuolo, a different look at the collection and the monument. A meeting dedicated to the events linked to the oblivion and the reconstruction of the Ara Pacis.
December 17th, at 5 p.m. – Capitoline Museums – Centrale Montemartini: Eurisace the baker and Giulio Elio the shoemaker tell their stories – Curated by Barbara Nobiloni, an analysis of these two Romans, who wanted to leave their portrait to eternal memory on their funerary monuments. In front of their images, in the Centrale Montemartini, the second exhibition center of the Capitoline Museums, they will tell their stories to the public.
Ilona Catani Scarlett