COMING SOON the Cooperation with CAPPA Center for Archiving and Promotion of Performing Art.
CAPPA Center for Archiving and Promotion of Performing Art was born from the four-year experience of the Museum and Archive of Contemporary Abruzzese Artists (MAAAC), based in the medieval Castle of Nocciano (PE), directed by the curator Ivan D’Alberto and the President Giuseppe Di Meo. Since 2010, the MAAAC has mainly dealt with investigating and telling the most avant-garde aesthetic languages to the regional and national public, with particular attention to performing art. The research work carried out by the technical-scientific committee of the MAAAC has given rise to CORPO: Festival of Performing Arts, a traveling exhibition that in 2012 won the mention of MIBAC as a project of particular research interest in the field of contemporary art. CAPPA was born with the intention of promoting the performing art produced in Abruzzo and Italy, but also to encourage the professional growth of young artists and to raise public awareness of contemporary art, combining exhibition and educational activities and documentation services on visual arts.