Magister is the innovative format devised and produced by Cose Belle d’Italia Media Entertainment with the aim of promoting and showcasing Italian cultural heritage, revitalising it in a contemporary vein. The format – with a three-year program open to internationalisation – presents an initial trilogy of monographic exhibitions devoted to three great Masters of Italian art: Magister Giotto, Magister Canova and, in progress, Magister Raffaello.
On the occasion of the 750th anniversary of his birth, Magister Giotto (13 July – 23 November 2017) is the first major multimedia exhibition devoted to the Tuscan master. A diary of emotions that for the first time will enable visitors to familiarize themselves with the hidden meanings of his masterpieces. A story in words, music and images with the extraordinary participation of Luca Zingaretti and Paolo Fresu.
Magister Canova (16 June – 22 November 2018) is an extraordinary multimedia exhibition itinerary devoted to the first Ambassador of art and Italy in the world. n immersive journey of discovery, with the extraordinary participation of artist Fabrizio Plessi, narration by Adriano Giannini and music by Giovanni Sollima, and the collaboration of the Fondazione Canova of Possagno.
Each exhibition combines culture with technology and is the result of a critical investigation by an international Scientific Committee. For the launch of the individual exhibitions, Magister has chosen the city that is a crossroads for international cultural exchanges, Venice, identifying the Scuola Grande della Misericordia as the ideal location to host displays with a powerful scenographic impact.
With Magister the languages of innovation support and showcase art, stimulating the creative development of new aesthetic and communicative paradigms. The aim is to allow visitors to follow an itinerary with a high-level cultural profile in which layout design, knowledge and spectacle blend to create a unique experience.