The Italy China Foundation, through its School of Continuing Education, presented a literacy project to Chinese culture with the aim of facilitating the dynamics of access to a greater presence of foreign cultures in our country.
In order to encourage more active involvement and participated in many artistic initiatives in the area of Lombardy and declined to contemporary Chinese art, classical music and traditional Chinese theater, photography, as all manifestations of folk art that can represent a bridge for dialogue between our host and the culture of the Asian country, the Italy China Foundation intended to promote the use of a series of in-depth opportunities aimed at overcoming and removal of economic, social barriers, cultural as well as the prejudices that hinder access.
The Italy China Foundation acted as lead agency for the activation of incentive measures of public participation in major cultural events planned throughout 2013 and dedicated to China. Given the increasing wealth and breadth of the offer from art foundations, museums, exhibition halls, theaters, companies and cultural associations, academies and conservatories - institutions which, on this occasion, are considered important partners of the Italy China Foundation - is necessary access to a wider audience. Through a series of workshops and interventions of formative and informative nature of the Italy China Foundation aimed to facilitate, in the medium term, the process of rapprochement and contact with a culture bound to be more and more present on our territory, the discovery of which deserves to be promoted through the removal of cultural, social barriers, economic and thanks to overcoming prejudices.
In order to accomplish this by the Italy China Foundation "build" a working group aimed the conception and realization of a calendar of events dedicated to the young public from primary and secondary schools of Milan, Lodi and Como area. The arrangements for the implementation of cultural initiatives has been laboratorial, with particular attention to the direct participation of children and school communities in all artistic events.