From May 7, 2019 to May 30, 2021, Palazzo Grimani will host the exceptional exhibition, Domus Grimani 1594 – 2019, which celebrates, after more than four centuries, the return to Palazzo Grimani of the collection of classical statues belonging to the Patriarch of Aquileia Giovanni Grimani.
From May 5th to 7th, the 4th edition of MIR, Music Inside Rimini, will take place at the Rimini Expo Center 2019, one of the most important Italian events for the videomaker, broadcast and professional video sector in general.
Eurographics 2019 takes place from Monday 6 to Friday 10 May 2019, for the first time in Genoa. It is an annual conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics.
Since 03.27.2019 a new form is active online at the official website of Campania Region. It presents the employment incentive requests in the field of innovative and experimental measures of employment protection and active labour policies.
A multimedia and multi-sensory journey to discover the Brianza of design has been proposed by RetiPiù and BrianzAcque with the exhibition “Brianza. A journey to the heart of design ”, with multimedia production by ETT.
Tomorrow, Wednesday 10th April 2019, the doors of the MAICC – Checco Costa Museum will open. It will be an innovative and highly technological museum space set in the unique context of the International Autodrome of the city.
“ConnAction: the domino effect of interaction, technology, fabric and light”.
The fourth Atelier Arte Bellezza e Cultura, promoted by the Lazio Region, dedicated to cultural enterprises and vocational training, was launched yesterday morning – Thursday, April 18 – in Rome, at the Trajan Markets.
ETT created the set up for the new exhibition “The art of persuasion: wartime posters by Abram Games”, for which ETT took care of the multimedia set-up.
On 4 April 2019, the Basilicata Region entrusted ETT with the new evolutionary and specialist assistance service of the Basil work information system.
ETT worked on a unique multimedia exhibit to give new life to the Roman Wreck of Marausa, at the Lilibeo Regional Archaeological Museum in Marsala.