Culture Capsule © Malina Corpadean
Cooperativa Oikos Vigevano
Cooperativa Rio Terà dei Pensieri Venezia
Cooperativa Sociale Quadrifoglio Luino (VA)
Cooperativa sociale FiloDritto Catania
Associazione La Rotonda
Carcere di San Vittore – Milano
Carcere di Bollate – Milano
Carcere di Monza Carcere di S. Maria Maggiore – Venezia
Carcere di Catania piazza Lanza
Ministero della Giustizia – Dipartimento dell’Amministrazione Penitenziaria
Fondazione Monza e Brianza
Fondazione Bracco Fondazione Cariplo
Zonta International Parma
Soroptimist International Italia
Associazione No Walls Milano
Casa delle Donne Maltrattate – Milano
Associazione Il Gabbiano
Casa Chiaravalle Milano
Associazione La Rotonda, Baranzate – Milano
Jannelli & Volpi
Nature, everyday objects, vintage photos and prints are all sources of inspiration for Alessandro Brevi’s pictorial adventures. His illustrations are used, throughout the different products of the Gatti Galeotti collection. Before becoming an official collaborator of Alice’s, he was already teaching at the San Vittore prison, in Milan. He is not only a painter, but also a set designer, an illustrator and a costume designer.
Rosita is the thread that sews the traditions of Italian fashion throughout the different sectors of Alice. She oversees the designs and the production of the collections. It is under her tutelage that the women learn the different techniques and crafts. Having collaborated on numerous collections with major Italian fashion brands- and the current head premier women’s pattern maker/atelier presso at Jil Sander - her career as a stylist and modelist has made her an ardent defender of ethical work and workers’ rights. This fashion expert reminds us what Made in Italy is.
ArtContext’ is an international curatorial practice based in Bucharest, Montreal, Toronto, New York, and Milan, that raises awareness about the significance of the creative sector’s key role in encouraging sustainable social, economic, and environmental practices worldwide, through creative partnerships, art exhibitions, educational programs, video projects, sustainability & corporate responsibility consulting, as well as collaborations linking the arts and government, nonprofit, community, and for-profit entities, with the aim to inspire social change.
We join “the Art of the Possible” along with a growing number of artists, cultural organizations, and creative industries who are using their talents and resources to draw attention to issues, build will and agency for change, and devise innovative solutions to move us towards greater sustainability.