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Short movies on Sky Art

Sky Art HD will transmit the short movies produced by Apulia Film Commission within the IPA project “arTVision. A live art channel” and dedicated to Claudia Giannuli, Michele Giangrande and Pierpaolo Miccolis, the three artists selected by the Pino Pascali Foundation, partners of the European project. The titles of the movies are: "Odyssey Dandy" by Giuseppe Tandoi, "Contro Natura" by Alessandro Piva and "Le pareti di vetro" by Vito Palmieri; the films will be broadcasted on the thematic channel Sky Art HD from Monday, April 18 for three consecutive Mondays, at 7.45 p.m.


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arTVision @ XI Day of Contemporary Art

The Pino Pascali Museum participates to the XI Day of Contemporary Art run by AMACI, through the screening of arTVision documentaries dedicated to sculpture.

Award Ceremony in Venice

The arTVision Award goes to the work by the Croatian, Puglia, Veneto partners

arTVision Award @ Venice Days

The arTVision Award at The Venice International Film Festival. The three best project videos will be awarded prizes by a panel of experts on 5th September

arTVision in Moscow

A selection of the most relevant audio-visual movies produced by arTVision crews in the MARS Center of Moscow, featured by Savina Gallery.

The “arTVision AWARD” in Venice

The best arTVision audio-visual products will be awarded prizes during the 2015 edition of the Venice International Film Festival.

arTVision final event / future prospects

"ArTVision: A Live Art Channel", a project of cultural communication between countries of the Adriatic came to an end in Cetinje, in Montenegro. It started a new way of looking at contemporary art, in the immediacy of its own history. A reflection of the two years of work taking into consideration what has been achieved and the future prospective for the project.

Silvia Godelli's message

Silvia' Godell's videomessage broadcast at the arTVision final event held on 28th May in Cetinje (Montenegro)

Dragica Milic's speech

Mrs. Dragica Milic's speech at the arTVision finel event held on 28the May in cetinje (Montenegro)

ArTVision in Montenegro

The ATVision final event and a press conference on Thursday 28th May 2015 - 10am in Cetinje at the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro

arTVision final event

Press conference, presentation of project results and Art Guest Star Talk in the arTVision final event which will take place in Cetinje (Montenegro) on 28th May 2015.

Call for video-makers

 Veneto Region launches a call for the production of three documentaries within the project arTVision/WP4


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ArTVision week in Venice

A week in the heart of art, organized by Veneto Region and the Academy of Fine Arts of Venice

Call for movies

APULIA FILM COMMISSION/arTVision project, public call for the production of three documentaries

3rd Steering Committee Meeting

ArTVision 3rd Steering Committee Meeting and Press conference in Rijeka

arTVision launch event

arTVision project: Bari hosts the launch event

2nd Steering Committee

ARTVISION, Project's presentation in Albania. The operational phase gets the green light. 


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 “arTVision. A live art channel” is a project that promotes innovation in interactive, cultural and inter-institutional communication among Adriatic and European countries. The aim is to give maximum visibility to artworks, locally produced but with a high communicative value at international level, so as to make them accessible to a wide audience. Read more

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