MAXXI Auditorium – entry €5;
buying the ticket gives right to a reduced-price ticket to the museum (€8) within a week from issuance. Ticket for five events €20
Free entry for holders of the myMAXXI card, with the possibility to reserve a seat for the first 10 to write to email@example.com before the day prior to the event, until full capacity
The new series of lectures of The Stories of Architecture, thanks to the contribution of important scholars of the different fields, shows the Contaminations of contemporary Architecture among Art, Politics, Economics, Science and Cinema.
Stefano Baia Curioni
Cultural policies for capital cities
Reflections on the relationship between cultural policies and urban development have been at the core of important academic discussions and government actions in the last years. The question of the role of central and peripheral cultural policies in urban regeneration and economic development processes was first introduced in the early ‘90s thanks to the confluence of the research of geographers, sociologists, development economists and researchers in the field of cultural districts. Building upon these reflections, the theme is deepened with specific reference to the cases of Mantua (the 2016 Italian Capital of Culture) and the experience of the Italian Capital of Culture commission for 2018 and 2020.
Stefano Baia Curioni. Graduate in Economic and Social Disciplines. He holds a PhD at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales of Paris, and he has been Associate Professor of Economic history at Bocconi University since 2000, where he is also Director of the Master’s Degree in Economics for art and culture.