The event engaged the ACT community and activated a discussion on OpenHeritage issues with the inclusion of experts. The mural dedicated to Centocelle by artist Croma (Claudia Romagnoli) was discussed with Mirko Pierri, the artistic curator of a.DNA project. This was followed by a dialogue with Isabella Borrelli, Assistant Professor of Gender Politics at Luiss Guido Carli University and Mattia Moschini, socio-pedagogical educator on the topic of inclusion in schools. The best poems from the Caviardage Contest were read in tribute to “Pecora Elettrica,” Centocelle’s historic Coffee Bookstore.
The event was hosted at B-folk. The activity organized by CooperACTiva together with Luiss Guido Carli University and LabGov Laboratory for the Governance of Common Goods is part of OpenHeritage’s Living Memory Exhibition activities.