SalAgnini was born in April 2017 in the heart of the "garden city" of Rome to continue the vocation to the cultural life of Montesacro, a training ground for artists and dreamers, tribunes and excellent protagonists of the history of Rome. It is a spacious room restored to its original decoration, multipurpose, used for hosting exhibitions, courses and events of art and crafts, music concerts. Located within the former GIL complex of viale Adriatico 136, it is the permanent seat of the Ferdinando Agnini Cultural Association.
The "Hall of arts, culture and time together" soon became a privileged place for meeting and participation, for sharing artistic and cultural experiences. It is a firm and clear point of the social life of the territory, consistent with the mission that generated its constitution. Redevelopment of the territory therefore and enhancement of every type of intellectual and artistic resource present in a neighborhood that is definitely contributing to the desired urban polycentrism.
Artists, musicians, writers, political figures, directors, are discovering and enhancing a location, however suggestive, both in its summer and in the winter version, torn from the social lethargy in which it had been imprisoned for a long time, giving it, with their attendance, luster, functionality and media exposure. Over the three years of life, exhibitions and art competitions, presentation of books and journalistic reports, film clubs and concerts, theatrical performances, art and music workshops, dance essays, seminars and debates, symposia have been held.
SalAgnini is open for Rome Art Week on October 31st from 16:00 to 21:00
18:00 - 21:00 "Tribute to Raphael / The school of Athens" by "AA.VV.Picturae", coordinated by Laura Grosso. The exhibition of the works of AA.VV., which began on October 17, can be visited by appointment until October 30.
4:00 pm presentation of the book THE SCIENCE OF SOCIAL CONFLICTS by Valerio Capraro and Sandro Calvani
At 19:00 the musician Marco Silvi will perform some improvisational "SOUND EXPLORATIONS" on the piano inspired by the works of art on display.