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A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
Cariplo Factory
Open Innovation Art
02.10.18 - 06.10.18
time : 18:30
The transformation of economic processes has resulted in a reformulation of the very concept of innovation. The convergence of different technologies has increased the risk involved in the innovation process, while at the same time, the global market has lowered the average lifespan of products and services. It is from within this framework that the creative spark of Open Innovation was lit. On 2 October the Open Innovation Art exhibition opens: a contest between ten artists from the Accademia di Brera, promoted by Brera, Overart and Cariplo Factory, with support from Fondazione Cariplo. Exhibition opening hours: Opening 2 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 3 - 4 - 5 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 6 October 11:00am - 6:00pm
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
talk
Salone della CSR e dell’innovazione sociale
03.10.18 - 03.10.18
time : 16:30

At Bocconi University the sixth edition of the Salone della CSR e dell'innovazione sociale, Italy's most important event dedicated to sustainability, will this year centre around the theme of "the routes of sustainability".

At 4.30pm on October 3, BASE Milano will tell its own story as part of the Smart community & smart city panel, sharing everything including its urban regeneration projects, initiatives for the redevelopment of the city outskirts, the changes made possible thanks to technological innovation, and the involvement of local communities.

Information and programme > www.csreinnovazionesociale.it          
Cariplo Factory
Open Innovation Art
02.10.18 - 06.10.18
time : 18:30
The transformation of economic processes has resulted in a reformulation of the very concept of innovation. The convergence of different technologies has increased the risk involved in the innovation process, while at the same time, the global market has lowered the average lifespan of products and services. It is from within this framework that the creative spark of Open Innovation was lit. On 2 October the Open Innovation Art exhibition opens: a contest between ten artists from the Accademia di Brera, promoted by Brera, Overart and Cariplo Factory, with support from Fondazione Cariplo. Exhibition opening hours: Opening 2 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 3 - 4 - 5 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 6 October 11:00am - 6:00pm
festival
VR Experience_Milano Film Festival
04.10.18 - 07.10.18
time :
Independent cinema, international guests, new technology (first and foremost Virtual Reality, as a natural extension of the 2017 edition), a renewed and strengthened focus on newer generations, with, among other things, the development of a project dedicated to gaming: these are the main themes of Milano Film Festival, which will explore the visual realm in all its complexity.  BASE Milano is hosting the Milano VR Experience – produced by Milano Film Festival, BASE Milano and Proxima Milano with support from Fastweb Digital Academy – a succession of presentations, gatherings and a line-up of special programmes featuring set design and interactive experiences.  The experiences on offer have been selected by Aimone Bodini, author of the book “Narrative Language of Virtual Reality”, in collaboration with the World VR Forum, with whom Milano Film Festival, Proxima Milano and the Torino Short Film Market are building an international network for the promotion, production and distribution of this new kind of content.  Three experiences have already been announced for Italian previewTales of Wedding Ring VR (Japan) – winner of the Imperial Crown 2018 – a journey into the iconic world of Japanese manga, in which Satou, the young protagonist, finds himself in the grip of unrequited love for a mysterious girl; Your Spiritual Temple Sucks (Taiwan), Mr. Chang's journey into his “Spiritual Temple” in the netherworld, a place that represents his destiny; and Sun Ladies (USA), an immersive documentary which puts us up and close and personal with a troop of Yazidi women fighters (the eponymous Sun Ladies), battling to protect the honour and dignity of their people.  The full selection will be unveiled in September.  CLICK HERE for more info ___________________________________________________________ October 4 - 7  2018 BASE Milano, via Bergognone 34
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
Cariplo Factory
Open Innovation Art
02.10.18 - 06.10.18
time : 18:30
The transformation of economic processes has resulted in a reformulation of the very concept of innovation. The convergence of different technologies has increased the risk involved in the innovation process, while at the same time, the global market has lowered the average lifespan of products and services. It is from within this framework that the creative spark of Open Innovation was lit. On 2 October the Open Innovation Art exhibition opens: a contest between ten artists from the Accademia di Brera, promoted by Brera, Overart and Cariplo Factory, with support from Fondazione Cariplo. Exhibition opening hours: Opening 2 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 3 - 4 - 5 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 6 October 11:00am - 6:00pm
festival
VR Experience_Milano Film Festival
04.10.18 - 07.10.18
time :
Independent cinema, international guests, new technology (first and foremost Virtual Reality, as a natural extension of the 2017 edition), a renewed and strengthened focus on newer generations, with, among other things, the development of a project dedicated to gaming: these are the main themes of Milano Film Festival, which will explore the visual realm in all its complexity.  BASE Milano is hosting the Milano VR Experience – produced by Milano Film Festival, BASE Milano and Proxima Milano with support from Fastweb Digital Academy – a succession of presentations, gatherings and a line-up of special programmes featuring set design and interactive experiences.  The experiences on offer have been selected by Aimone Bodini, author of the book “Narrative Language of Virtual Reality”, in collaboration with the World VR Forum, with whom Milano Film Festival, Proxima Milano and the Torino Short Film Market are building an international network for the promotion, production and distribution of this new kind of content.  Three experiences have already been announced for Italian previewTales of Wedding Ring VR (Japan) – winner of the Imperial Crown 2018 – a journey into the iconic world of Japanese manga, in which Satou, the young protagonist, finds himself in the grip of unrequited love for a mysterious girl; Your Spiritual Temple Sucks (Taiwan), Mr. Chang's journey into his “Spiritual Temple” in the netherworld, a place that represents his destiny; and Sun Ladies (USA), an immersive documentary which puts us up and close and personal with a troop of Yazidi women fighters (the eponymous Sun Ladies), battling to protect the honour and dignity of their people.  The full selection will be unveiled in September.  CLICK HERE for more info ___________________________________________________________ October 4 - 7  2018 BASE Milano, via Bergognone 34
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
Cariplo Factory
Open Innovation Art
02.10.18 - 06.10.18
time : 18:30
The transformation of economic processes has resulted in a reformulation of the very concept of innovation. The convergence of different technologies has increased the risk involved in the innovation process, while at the same time, the global market has lowered the average lifespan of products and services. It is from within this framework that the creative spark of Open Innovation was lit. On 2 October the Open Innovation Art exhibition opens: a contest between ten artists from the Accademia di Brera, promoted by Brera, Overart and Cariplo Factory, with support from Fondazione Cariplo. Exhibition opening hours: Opening 2 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 3 - 4 - 5 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 6 October 11:00am - 6:00pm
festival
VR Experience_Milano Film Festival
04.10.18 - 07.10.18
time :
Independent cinema, international guests, new technology (first and foremost Virtual Reality, as a natural extension of the 2017 edition), a renewed and strengthened focus on newer generations, with, among other things, the development of a project dedicated to gaming: these are the main themes of Milano Film Festival, which will explore the visual realm in all its complexity.  BASE Milano is hosting the Milano VR Experience – produced by Milano Film Festival, BASE Milano and Proxima Milano with support from Fastweb Digital Academy – a succession of presentations, gatherings and a line-up of special programmes featuring set design and interactive experiences.  The experiences on offer have been selected by Aimone Bodini, author of the book “Narrative Language of Virtual Reality”, in collaboration with the World VR Forum, with whom Milano Film Festival, Proxima Milano and the Torino Short Film Market are building an international network for the promotion, production and distribution of this new kind of content.  Three experiences have already been announced for Italian previewTales of Wedding Ring VR (Japan) – winner of the Imperial Crown 2018 – a journey into the iconic world of Japanese manga, in which Satou, the young protagonist, finds himself in the grip of unrequited love for a mysterious girl; Your Spiritual Temple Sucks (Taiwan), Mr. Chang's journey into his “Spiritual Temple” in the netherworld, a place that represents his destiny; and Sun Ladies (USA), an immersive documentary which puts us up and close and personal with a troop of Yazidi women fighters (the eponymous Sun Ladies), battling to protect the honour and dignity of their people.  The full selection will be unveiled in September.  CLICK HERE for more info ___________________________________________________________ October 4 - 7  2018 BASE Milano, via Bergognone 34
workshop
4WD_Invernomuto
06.10.18 - 07.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
4WD. 4 lessons with 4 of the most important exponents of art cinema, occupying the space between modern art and cinematography: Yuri Ancarani, Invernomuto, Anna Franceschini, Zapruder. Put together by Davide Giannella, the workshop is a hands-on look at an artistic landscape in constant expansion that doesn’t shy away from different interpretations. The teachers will apply an array of approaches, poetics, and techniques to deliver tools, both theoretical and practical, for analysis, reflection and elaboration in terms of production, distribution and consumption of art cinema.

WORKSHOP with INVERNOMUTO

PROGRAMME. An exploration of the use of sound in film, both past and present, delving into the relationship between moving images, sound and sound design. Participants are asked to bring a 30 second video clip, and a disk (vinyl, CD or other) complete with its cover. These props will be used as fuel for debate and raw material to mould. The workshop aims to provide tools with which to unravel the manifold relationship between sound and image.   [caption id="attachment_12615" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Invernomuto, Negus (backstage), 2011, Photo Moira Ricci[/caption]
BIOGRAPHY. Simone Bertuzzi (1983) and Simone Trabucchi (1982) have been working together under the pseudonym Invernomuto since 2003. Based in Milan and Vernasca, they develop individual musical practices with the projects Palm Wine and STILL. Their work has been screened and featured at: Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna), Nuit Blanche 2017 (Paris), Museion (Bozen), Unsound Festival (Krakow), Kunstverein München (Munich), Bozar (Brussels), FAR° (Nyon), Centre d’Art Contemporain (Geneve), Bétonsalon (Paris), Live Arts Week V (Bologna), Istituto Italiano di Cultura (Ad- dis Ababa), Nettie Horn Gallery (London), American Academy in Rome (Rome), MAXXI (Rome), PAC Pa- diglione d’Arte Contemporanea (Milan), Vleeshal (Middelburg), Fondation Ricard (Paris), Black Star Film Festival (Philadelphia), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turin), Hangar Bicocca (Milan), Netmage 07/09 (Bologna), Premio Furla (Bologna), No Fun Fest 2009 (New York), Bien- nale Architettura 11 (Venice), Viafarini (Milan), Fair_Play (Lugano), Domus Circular (Milan).
Full bio and other visual delights > www.invernomuto.info --- INFORMATION. October 6-7 10am-6pm max 20 participants single workshop cost: € 200. Sign up by filling in the form below. SIgn up for two courses € 350 (not including the Yuri Ancarani workshop). Sign up for the full series of 4 workshops € 700. For multiple sign ups, email redazione@base.milano.it Programmes and dates for all workshops > http://base.milano.it/4wd_-nuovi-confini-delle-immagini-in-movimento/
art, cinema, workshop
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
workshop
Workshop in visual communications inspired by 1968
06.10.18 - 07.10.18
time : 14:30 - 18:30
A workshop inspired by the 1968 protests, in which artistic and graphic demonstrations became particularly meaningful: an exploration of communication methods, tools and practices, through the lens of the Graphic Rebellion which marked not only the '68 protests but also visual communications and the social movements and activism that followed. 
"Comunicazione visiva ispirata al 1968" workshop run by Andréa Poshar in tandem with the exhibition Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan)
 
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Total time: 8 hours
Teacher: Andrea Poshar (Ph.D. in Communication Design)
Free attendance
max. 25 participants. Sign up required: email redazione@base.milano.it
 
Cariplo Factory
Open Innovation Art
02.10.18 - 06.10.18
time : 18:30
The transformation of economic processes has resulted in a reformulation of the very concept of innovation. The convergence of different technologies has increased the risk involved in the innovation process, while at the same time, the global market has lowered the average lifespan of products and services. It is from within this framework that the creative spark of Open Innovation was lit. On 2 October the Open Innovation Art exhibition opens: a contest between ten artists from the Accademia di Brera, promoted by Brera, Overart and Cariplo Factory, with support from Fondazione Cariplo. Exhibition opening hours: Opening 2 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 3 - 4 - 5 October 6:30 - 8:30pm 6 October 11:00am - 6:00pm
festival
VR Experience_Milano Film Festival
04.10.18 - 07.10.18
time :
Independent cinema, international guests, new technology (first and foremost Virtual Reality, as a natural extension of the 2017 edition), a renewed and strengthened focus on newer generations, with, among other things, the development of a project dedicated to gaming: these are the main themes of Milano Film Festival, which will explore the visual realm in all its complexity.  BASE Milano is hosting the Milano VR Experience – produced by Milano Film Festival, BASE Milano and Proxima Milano with support from Fastweb Digital Academy – a succession of presentations, gatherings and a line-up of special programmes featuring set design and interactive experiences.  The experiences on offer have been selected by Aimone Bodini, author of the book “Narrative Language of Virtual Reality”, in collaboration with the World VR Forum, with whom Milano Film Festival, Proxima Milano and the Torino Short Film Market are building an international network for the promotion, production and distribution of this new kind of content.  Three experiences have already been announced for Italian previewTales of Wedding Ring VR (Japan) – winner of the Imperial Crown 2018 – a journey into the iconic world of Japanese manga, in which Satou, the young protagonist, finds himself in the grip of unrequited love for a mysterious girl; Your Spiritual Temple Sucks (Taiwan), Mr. Chang's journey into his “Spiritual Temple” in the netherworld, a place that represents his destiny; and Sun Ladies (USA), an immersive documentary which puts us up and close and personal with a troop of Yazidi women fighters (the eponymous Sun Ladies), battling to protect the honour and dignity of their people.  The full selection will be unveiled in September.  CLICK HERE for more info ___________________________________________________________ October 4 - 7  2018 BASE Milano, via Bergognone 34
workshop
4WD_Invernomuto
06.10.18 - 07.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
4WD. 4 lessons with 4 of the most important exponents of art cinema, occupying the space between modern art and cinematography: Yuri Ancarani, Invernomuto, Anna Franceschini, Zapruder. Put together by Davide Giannella, the workshop is a hands-on look at an artistic landscape in constant expansion that doesn’t shy away from different interpretations. The teachers will apply an array of approaches, poetics, and techniques to deliver tools, both theoretical and practical, for analysis, reflection and elaboration in terms of production, distribution and consumption of art cinema.

WORKSHOP with INVERNOMUTO

PROGRAMME. An exploration of the use of sound in film, both past and present, delving into the relationship between moving images, sound and sound design. Participants are asked to bring a 30 second video clip, and a disk (vinyl, CD or other) complete with its cover. These props will be used as fuel for debate and raw material to mould. The workshop aims to provide tools with which to unravel the manifold relationship between sound and image.   [caption id="attachment_12615" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Invernomuto, Negus (backstage), 2011, Photo Moira Ricci[/caption]
BIOGRAPHY. Simone Bertuzzi (1983) and Simone Trabucchi (1982) have been working together under the pseudonym Invernomuto since 2003. Based in Milan and Vernasca, they develop individual musical practices with the projects Palm Wine and STILL. Their work has been screened and featured at: Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna), Nuit Blanche 2017 (Paris), Museion (Bozen), Unsound Festival (Krakow), Kunstverein München (Munich), Bozar (Brussels), FAR° (Nyon), Centre d’Art Contemporain (Geneve), Bétonsalon (Paris), Live Arts Week V (Bologna), Istituto Italiano di Cultura (Ad- dis Ababa), Nettie Horn Gallery (London), American Academy in Rome (Rome), MAXXI (Rome), PAC Pa- diglione d’Arte Contemporanea (Milan), Vleeshal (Middelburg), Fondation Ricard (Paris), Black Star Film Festival (Philadelphia), Centre Pompidou (Paris), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turin), Hangar Bicocca (Milan), Netmage 07/09 (Bologna), Premio Furla (Bologna), No Fun Fest 2009 (New York), Bien- nale Architettura 11 (Venice), Viafarini (Milan), Fair_Play (Lugano), Domus Circular (Milan).
Full bio and other visual delights > www.invernomuto.info --- INFORMATION. October 6-7 10am-6pm max 20 participants single workshop cost: € 200. Sign up by filling in the form below. SIgn up for two courses € 350 (not including the Yuri Ancarani workshop). Sign up for the full series of 4 workshops € 700. For multiple sign ups, email redazione@base.milano.it Programmes and dates for all workshops > http://base.milano.it/4wd_-nuovi-confini-delle-immagini-in-movimento/
art, cinema, workshop
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
workshop
Workshop in visual communications inspired by 1968
06.10.18 - 07.10.18
time : 14:30 - 18:30
A workshop inspired by the 1968 protests, in which artistic and graphic demonstrations became particularly meaningful: an exploration of communication methods, tools and practices, through the lens of the Graphic Rebellion which marked not only the '68 protests but also visual communications and the social movements and activism that followed. 
"Comunicazione visiva ispirata al 1968" workshop run by Andréa Poshar in tandem with the exhibition Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan)
 
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Total time: 8 hours
Teacher: Andrea Poshar (Ph.D. in Communication Design)
Free attendance
max. 25 participants. Sign up required: email redazione@base.milano.it
 
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
event
Fuori Campo: Talks to explore_BORDERS
08.10.18 - 08.10.18
time : 19:30 - 22:30
Fuori Campo is the new format created by Croce Rossa Milano whose first season transforms the well-known Radio24 programme - Nessun luogo è lontano into a live show presented by Giampaolo Musumeci. In collaboration with the radio journalist, presenter and writer, Croce Rossa Milano brings important issues from international current affairs to the stage, told by the central figures through voices, images, music and numerous guests for an unusual reading of the facts and new cultural and social inspirations. The first event is dedicated to BORDERS: what they are for, how and why they are created, those who cross them and why, and what they are worth. The subjects for discussion are the immigration phenomenon, traffickers, and the rationale behind an ever more profitable business. Speakers: Beppe Severgnini (Director of Sette - Corriere della sera and writer), Maurizio Ambrosini (sociologist, Università degli Studi di Milano), Alessandro Penso (photographer) alongside Gabriele Baratto (criminologist, Università di Trento), Franco Pagetti (photographer), Cecilia Attanasio Ghezzi (journalist) and Stefano Mele (President of the Commissione Sicurezza Cibernetica del Comitato Atlantico Italiano). On 5 November and 10 December the following two talks, dedicated to the theme of CITIES and RIGHTS are on the programme.
Further info at www.crimilano.it/fuoricampo Just a reminder that: - entrance is free if you sign up here - there is no assigned seating in the room - places will be assigned on a first come, first served basis - doors open at 7pm - when maximum capacity is reached it will no longer be possible to enter for safety reasons
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
event
Never Town Screening_An evening of surfing and activism
09.10.18 - 09.10.18
time : 18:30 - 22:00
In spite of his countless prizes and numerous world titles for surfing the "big waves", Greg Long maintains that his greatest achievement is inspiring people to tackle the biggest challenges they face in their own lives, as well as his work as an activist for the protection of the oceans and the planet. An evening packed with stories, followed by the screening of a few short films, and Never Town, the latest film from Patagonia. Speakers: Gabriel Davies, European Surf Manager, Patagonia Greg Long, Global Sport Activist Presale tickets available from Mailticket for €5+ presale rights, or on the night of the event for €5, while tickets last. All proceeds will go to the non-profit association SIMBIO. __________________________________________________________- Tuesday 9 October 2018 Doors open: 6.30pm Event commences: 7pm Event ends: 10pm BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34 20144 Milano
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
talk
Urbeur_Technology and its impact on urban and domestic space
11.10.18 - 11.10.18
time : 18:30 - 20:00
As we are all very well aware, technology is changing the way we live our lives, from smart phones to social media, they are having positive and negative impacts on cities, space and people. On the one hand, technology can be used as a tool to map spatial potentials, and to create/reinforce social capital. On the other hand, websites such as Airbnb, are drastically changing the way people view and use their domestic spaces; as the story line of the sharing economy promises much, but creates drastic results to the border we’ve imagined for very long time about what is public and what is private. In this seminar we would like to examine the long hands of technology and how long those hands can stretch, and change our daily lives.   --- Introduction: Roei Bachar and Jim MacNeil Guests: Giorgio de Michelis (UNIMIB), Marco Gui (UNIMIB), Lorenzo Tripodi (Tesserae, Berlin), Nicolò Ornaghi (Hublab) Moderator: Andrea D. Signorelli the seminar it is in Italian and English
talk
WunderKit_Stories of Objects and Small Wonders_Simone Sbarbati
11.10.18 - 11.10.18
time : 19:30 - 21:00
Mysterious objects, objects found in the street, autobiographical. Objects taken from the tool box, lucky charms, totally useless yet beautiful objects, stress-relieving objects, objects that smell new, objects that are old, objects that inspire you. Each month a creative artisan talks us through the objects that make up their own personal kit of wonders, all washed down with a spritz.
--- Thursday October 11_ Simone Sbarbati: illustration and editorial practices The author will accompany us in this journey into the world of illustration which places editorial practices under the microscope. Founder of Frizzifrizzi, the online magazine about graphic art, illustration and other mirabilia, he is also a teacher of web communications, as well as a journalist and writer. Event in collaboration with Paw Chew Go.  Calendar of upcoming Wunderkit and videos of previous gatherings >>> http://base.milano.it/wunderkit_storie-di-oggetti-e-piccole-meraviglie/ --- INFO >>> Free entry. Max. 25 people. Sign up required: email redazione@base.milano.it The gathering will be live-streamed on the BASE MilanoFacebook page courtesy of House264 technology: http://www.house264.com/
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
workshop
4WD_ Anna Franceschini_Things of films
13.10.18 - 14.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
4WD. 4 lessons with 4 of the most important exponents of art cinema, occupying the space between modern art and cinematography: Yuri Ancarani, Invernomuto, Anna Franceschini, Zapruder. Put together by Davide Giannella, the workshop is a hands-on look at an artistic landscape in constant expansion that doesn’t shy away from different interpretations. The teachers will apply an array of approaches, poetics, and techniques to deliver tools, both theoretical and practical, for analysis, reflection and elaboration in terms of production, distribution and consumption of art cinema.

THINGS ON FILMS with ANNA FRANCESCHINI

WORKSHOP PROGRAMME The workshop aims to investigate the relationship between the objects that human beings accumulate and the movie camera, the device that has changed our view of the world in little over a century. It will examine Franceschini’s work and ponder what it means to develop a story that revolves around objects, as well as working to shape the perception of these items beyond their functional worth. [caption id="attachment_12614" align="aligncenter" width="670"] What time is love? (2017) a video by Anna Franceschini[/caption] --- BIOGRAPHY Born in Pavia in 1979, Anna Franceschini is a filmmaker and visual artist based in Milan and currently working on a PhD in Visual and Media Studies at IULM university in Milan. Her work has been featured at many film festivals including IFFR / Rotterdam Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival (CH) and TFF/Torino Film Festival (IT), MFF/Milano Film Festival and Courtisane Film Festival in Ghent (BE). Her solo exhibitions include: Kunsthalle Sao Paulo (BR), GAM  – Torino, Kunstverein Duesseldorf (GE), Spike Island – Bristol (UK), Museion – Bolzano (IT), Fiorucci Art Trust – London (UK), MACRO – Rome , Institut Culturel Italien –Paris (FR), Peep Hole – Milano (IT), Bielefelder Kunstverein (DE); Kiosk Gallery – Ghent (BE), Objectif – Exhibition – Antwerp (BE), Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Venezia – IT. full bio and other visual delights >> www.annafranceschini.net --- INFORMATION. October 13-14 10am-6pm max 25 participants single workshop cost: € 200. Sign up by filling in the form below. SIgn up for two courses € 350 (not including the Yuri Ancarani workshop). Sign up for the full series of 4 workshops € 700. For multiple sign ups, email redazione@base.milano.it Programmes and dates for all workshops > http://base.milano.it/4wd_-nuovi-confini-delle-immagini-in-movimento/
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
festival
Paw Chew Go _ si legge paciugo
13.10.18 - 14.10.18
time : 12:00 - 21:00
The styles, hands and creative universes of 80 illustrators collide at BASE for Paw Chew Go, the festival dedicated to illustration. The trade show offers you the chance to start your collection with pieces by Elena Xausa, Sarah Mazzetti, Elisa Talentino, Giordano Poloni and La Fille Bertha, while the main hall hosts exhibitions and talks. Among the guests are the master of lettering James Clough and the creative director Paolo Iabichino. FREE entry
comunicazione visiva, illustrazione
workshop
4WD_ Anna Franceschini_Things of films
13.10.18 - 14.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
4WD. 4 lessons with 4 of the most important exponents of art cinema, occupying the space between modern art and cinematography: Yuri Ancarani, Invernomuto, Anna Franceschini, Zapruder. Put together by Davide Giannella, the workshop is a hands-on look at an artistic landscape in constant expansion that doesn’t shy away from different interpretations. The teachers will apply an array of approaches, poetics, and techniques to deliver tools, both theoretical and practical, for analysis, reflection and elaboration in terms of production, distribution and consumption of art cinema.

THINGS ON FILMS with ANNA FRANCESCHINI

WORKSHOP PROGRAMME The workshop aims to investigate the relationship between the objects that human beings accumulate and the movie camera, the device that has changed our view of the world in little over a century. It will examine Franceschini’s work and ponder what it means to develop a story that revolves around objects, as well as working to shape the perception of these items beyond their functional worth. [caption id="attachment_12614" align="aligncenter" width="670"] What time is love? (2017) a video by Anna Franceschini[/caption] --- BIOGRAPHY Born in Pavia in 1979, Anna Franceschini is a filmmaker and visual artist based in Milan and currently working on a PhD in Visual and Media Studies at IULM university in Milan. Her work has been featured at many film festivals including IFFR / Rotterdam Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival (CH) and TFF/Torino Film Festival (IT), MFF/Milano Film Festival and Courtisane Film Festival in Ghent (BE). Her solo exhibitions include: Kunsthalle Sao Paulo (BR), GAM  – Torino, Kunstverein Duesseldorf (GE), Spike Island – Bristol (UK), Museion – Bolzano (IT), Fiorucci Art Trust – London (UK), MACRO – Rome , Institut Culturel Italien –Paris (FR), Peep Hole – Milano (IT), Bielefelder Kunstverein (DE); Kiosk Gallery – Ghent (BE), Objectif – Exhibition – Antwerp (BE), Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Venezia – IT. full bio and other visual delights >> www.annafranceschini.net --- INFORMATION. October 13-14 10am-6pm max 25 participants single workshop cost: € 200. Sign up by filling in the form below. SIgn up for two courses € 350 (not including the Yuri Ancarani workshop). Sign up for the full series of 4 workshops € 700. For multiple sign ups, email redazione@base.milano.it Programmes and dates for all workshops > http://base.milano.it/4wd_-nuovi-confini-delle-immagini-in-movimento/
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
festival
Paw Chew Go _ si legge paciugo
13.10.18 - 14.10.18
time : 12:00 - 21:00
The styles, hands and creative universes of 80 illustrators collide at BASE for Paw Chew Go, the festival dedicated to illustration. The trade show offers you the chance to start your collection with pieces by Elena Xausa, Sarah Mazzetti, Elisa Talentino, Giordano Poloni and La Fille Bertha, while the main hall hosts exhibitions and talks. Among the guests are the master of lettering James Clough and the creative director Paolo Iabichino. FREE entry
comunicazione visiva, illustrazione
talk
Design meets Manufacturing at Fall Design Week
15.10.18 - 15.10.18
time : 11:00 - 13:00
For Fall Design Week, BASE alongside Milan City Council and Manifattura Milano is organising the event IL DESIGN INCONTRA LA MANIFATTURA (Design Meets Manufacturing) with guests: Cristina Tajani, Milan City Council, Stefano Boeri, La Triennale di Milano, Carlo Mango, Cariplo Factory, Alberto Baldan, Grandi Stazioni Retail, Stefano Micelli, Advisory Board Manifattura Milano, Livia Peraldo Matton, Elle Decor Italia, Marianna d’Ovidio, Advisory Board Manifattura Milano, Fulvia Ramogida, Organisation in Design Moderator: Giampaolo Colletti, author of “SEI UN GENIO! La rivoluzione degli Artigeni, artigiani e lavoratori dalle idee geniali"
Information: Tuesday 15/10/2018 11am - 1pm free entry
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
talk
Il 68 e la comunicazione: informazione, controinformazione e carta
15.10.18 - 15.10.18
time : 18:00 - 20:00
È nel ‘68 che prende piede la controinformazione e con essa nuove modalità di comunicazione. Se volessimo fare un parallelismo tra le piattaforme di comunicazione, la carta sta alla rivoluzione culturale del ‘68 come i social network al nuovo millennio. Durante l’incontro si dibatterà di esperienze e grandi cambiamenti del ’68 in relazione al contesto attuale. Incontro a cura di Consorzio Comieco. --- Intervengono --- Andrea Kerbaker, scrittore Alberto Martinelli, professore Scienze politiche e sociologia all'Università degli Studi di Milano Sabina Minardi, caporedattrice Cultura de L'Espresso Guido Viale, saggista e sociologo coordina: Carlo Montalbetti, Direttore Generale Comieco. --- Il ‘68 e la comunicazione: informazione, controinformazione e carta 15 ottobre h 18:00 Ingresso libero --- L'incontro è inserito nel palinsesto di eventi collaterali della mostra Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano, curata da Fondazione Isec e BASE, in collaborazione con Università Iuav di Venezia. L’esposizione è realizzata con il sostegno di Consorzio Comieco e il contributo di Fondazione Cariplo e Regione Lombardia.
event
LongTake presents _ Journey through horror
15.10.18 - 12.11.18
time : 19:00 - 20:30
An unmissable journey in eight stages through the history of horror. Not a chronological path, but a series of gatherings in Italian exploring the most important themes of horror in film (can be purchased individually).
Held by the director of LongTake Andrea Chimento and LongTake critic Sara Barbieri, the workshop is designed for lovers of horror as well as anyone who wants to gain greater knowledge of a linchpin genre in the history of cinema. the eighth gathering will conclude with each participant writing an analysis of an emblematic element of horror (a sequence, a piece of music, a dialogue, a frame): the most interesting pieces will be published on the LongTake blog.
Vampires 24 September
  Ghosts and Haunted Houses 1 October
Italian Horror 8 October Evil 15 October Zombies and the Living Dead 22 October The Body and the Double 29 October Japanese Horror 5 November The Horror of the New Millennium 12 November
--- Information:
24 September 2018 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 October 2018 5, 12 November 2018 7 - 8.30pm cost: €99 + commission (price for full programme) €18 + commission (price for one lesson)
Tickets >> https://goo.gl/MGKNgh information >>redazione@longtake.is
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
talk
Getting organised on platforms: new opportunities for freelancers
16.10.18 - 16.10.18
time : 15:00 - 16:00
To mark European Freelancers Week 2018, the international event which has, for the last three years, gathered together events on the European stage relating to the world of freelancing, Doc Servizi is organising a series of events across Italy for the whole week. The increased use of technology has an extraordinary impact on the world of work, as demonstrated by the emergence and growth of new professions that are carried out in an ever more delocalized and asynchronous manner. These changes also involve freelance work in the arts, culture, knowledge and creativity sectors. The round table will address the opportunities that new technology and the digital world offer freelancers today, kicking off with a few concrete examples of cooperative platforms. Cooperative platforms actually reframe the world of work as a gathering of professionals who can come together in order to cooperate on shared projects and obtain better working conditions to operate on the market. Speakers: Paolo Borghi, Leeds University, ERC Starting Grant project SHARE Samuele Bozzoni, Confcooperative Lombardia Pasquale Croce, EDI Effetti Digitali Italiani Demetrio Chiappa, Doc Servizi Gigi Tagliapietra, Doc Educational Moderator: Francesca Fo Martinelli, Centro Studi Doc Workshop in Italian with speakers on specific issues relating to “Platform work” Samuele Bozzoni: Tools for collaboration: participatory workshop Demetrio Chiappa: Alternatives to "Partita IVA"? Pasquale Croce: EDI, the ecosystem where work grows Networking event to follow. --- information 16 October 2018
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
event
Girls of ‘68_Conversation and book presentation
17.10.18 - 17.10.18
time : 17:30 - 19:30
Study, politics, homes, clothes, books, songs, debates, assemblies, demonstrations, clashes, travel. The thrill of freedom and the slight discomfort of feeling overwhelmed by the spirit of an age rife with contradictions and obstacles which would go on to pave the way for a new age. A complex portrait of the unseen women's 1968 movement. Researcher Monica Di Barbora (Fondazione ISEC) in conversation with Barbara Mapelli, Marina Piazza and Assunta Sarlo, just a few of the authors and voices of the book Ragazze nel ‘68 (Girls of '68), edited by Fondazione Badaracco, with speeches from Donatella Barazzetti, Marta Boneschi, Donatella Borghesi, Carlotta Cossutta, Diana de Pietri, Franca Fossati, Nicoletta Gandus, Joan Haim, Carmen Leccardi, Grazia Longoni, Vittoria Longoni, Sveva Magaraggia, Barbara Mapelli, Paola Mattioli, Lea Melandri, Silvia Motta, Giuliana Peyronel, Marina Piazza, Franca Pizzini, Assunta Sarlo, Ada Servida, and Adriana Servida. --- Event promoted by Fondazione Isec with BASE and Fondazione Badaracco in conjunction with the run of the exhibition Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano
Free entry
event
Fuckup Nights Milan Vol. 16
17.10.18 - 17.10.18
time : 19:30 - 21:30
What were the mistakes made by the 1968 movement? What can we learn from them? Special Edition of FuckUp Nights dedicated to 1968, to mark the exhibition Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano - promoted by BASE Milano and Fondazione ISEC. FuckUp Nights were started in Milan in 2012 by five friends with a desire to change the way we view failure. These nights are now held in more than 300 cities in the world. The total opposite of TED events, which deal with ideas that are worth spreading, FuckUp Nights turn this concept on its head: mistakes that are worth telling.
The speakers on the night include: Claudia Beltramo Ceppi Zevi, one of the people behind the scandal-provoking article in the Parini high school paper exposing the students' ideas and understanding of sex at the time, and Roberto Bonzio, journalist and author of the play “Dobbiamo tutto agli Hippie. Alle radici della New Economy”.
Wednesday 17 October 7:30pm Free talk, sign up required >>> www.f6s.com/fuckupnightsmilanvol16
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
talk
WunderKit_Elisa Talentino_Stories of Objects and Small Wonders
18.10.18 - 18.10.18
time : 19:30 - 21:00
Mysterious objects, objects found in the street, autobiographical. Objects taken from the tool box, lucky charms, totally useless yet beautiful objects, stress-relieving objects, objects that smell new, objects that are old, objects that inspire you. Each month a creative artisan talks us through the objects that make up their own personal kit of wonders, all washed down with a spritz. --- Thursday October 18_Elisa Talentino: from illustration to animation. An artist who spans illustration, graphics, painting and animation, Talentino specialises in printmaking. Her prints, which employ experimental painting techniques, can be found on display in a number of galleries in Italy and abroad. During the evening there will also be a screening of her first animated short film, Dandelion. Gathering organised in collaboration with Illustri Festival. Wunderkit calendar and videos of previous gatherings >>> http://base.milano.it/wunderkit_storie-di-oggetti-e-piccole-meraviglie/ --- INFO >>> Free entry. Max. 25 people. Sign up required: email redazione@base.milano.it The talk will be live-streamed on the BASE Facebook page courtesy of House264 technology.
http://www.house264.com/
music
C2C18 Milano Preview
18.10.18 - 18.10.18
time : 21:00 - 02:00
Giving you an early taste of the eighteenth annual Club to Club Festival, BASE Milano is hosting a preview event on Thursday 18 October, with appearances from SOPHIE and Avalon Emerson. After grabbing media and public attention with her singles (on BLIPP and LEMONADE) in 2013, collected in 2015 on the compilation album 'Product', SOPHIE is back in 2018 with her debut album 'Oil of Every Pearl's Un-Insides': the hyper-real, plastic sounds, thumping bass lines, and catchy melodies of her early releases are interspersed here with the voice of an artist delving into dreamier, more intimate terrain. Already announced as a guest at the Festival in November, in just a few years the Berlin based American, Avalon Emerson has received plaudits first of all as a DJ all over Europe, and then as a producer thanks to his impeccable releases with the cult label Whities. Tickets: €10 presale / €15 on the door Get your ticket now >> http://bit.ly/C2C18_MLN
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
festival
IN_ theatre residencies on the stage
19.10.18 - 19.10.18
time : 19:00 - 01:00

IN is a festival of a kind never seen before, INterdisciplinary, a work IN progress. IN is INtrepid, it focuses on new performance languages to establish a unique, one-time relationship with the spectator. IN is an experience, an opportunity to dive into the captivating and unexpected spaces of BASE Milano. IN is INtrepid and INsubordinate: it encourages the audience to take an active role in the artists' creative process. IN is an INvitation to get involved (for free) in a workshop from the talented Martin Talaga from the Czech Republic and to feature prominently in the piece that will be presented at the festival.

IN is all about the artists that bring it to life: Elena Coppelli, Tia Airoldi and the Bonora Brothers, Scarlattine, Orchestrina delle Ore and C&C Company. IN functions as an INterpreter of change, thanks to the 5 residencies that drive it: Manifattura K, RAMI, Residenza Idra, Teatro in-folio, and Teatro Magro. IN comes to the city for its Zero Edition, with a view to returning for an extended version - more days, artists and residential creative activities - in 2019.

ARTISTS LINED UP PEEP DIARY (extract) Elena Copelli THE INK ATMOSPHERE Tia Airoldi and the Bonora Brothers A PESO MORTO C&C Company SOMA Martin Talaga HAMLET PRIVATE Scarlattine ORCHESTRINA Il Giardino delle Ore

TICKETS (on sale soon) early bird € 18 full € 25 (18.30-01.00) first performance starts 7pm late entry € 15 (10pm-1am) *concessions (BASE community and drama students etc.) € 15

A production from BASE Milano and C.a.r.Lo. - Centro Artistico Residenze Lombarde in collaboration with Associazione Etre

workshop
From 1968 to 2018: photo journalism in protest movements
20.10.18 - 21.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
Witness Journal offers a workshop dedicated to the evolution of photo journalism in the narration of protest movements over the last fifty years.
Taking inspiration from the many authors who carried photo journalism to its last great moment of glory in the 1960s and '70s, the workshop will attempt to unpick the radical changes which have affected this sector. The course is aimed at anyone, whether professional or amateur, who is interested in learning more about the world and the history of photo journalism: its rules, laws and ethical code, the now irreversible presence of online media and the changes that it is currently undergoing.
How have the languages and communication platforms changed in the age of cross-mediality? This intensive course will take place over two days, and providing participants with an overview of the workings of photo journalism as well as giving them food for thought with regards to a profession that seems to find itself once again at an important crossroads.
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Info>>>
Location: Lounge Total duration: 14 hours Teachers: Federico Bernini, Giulio Di Meo, Amedeo Novelli. Cost: € 90 (€ 80 + € 10 membership fee)
Further info and sign-ups >> formazione@witnessjournal.com
workshop
4WD_Yuri Ancarani
20.10.18 - 21.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
4WD. 4 lessons with 4 of the most important exponents of art cinema, occupying the space between modern art and cinematography: Yuri Ancarani, Invernomuto, Anna Franceschini, Zapruder. Put together by Davide Giannella, the workshop is a hands-on look at an artistic landscape in constant expansion that doesn’t shy away from different interpretations. The teachers will apply an array of approaches, poetics, and techniques to deliver tools, both theoretical and practical, for analysis, reflection and elaboration in terms of production, distribution and consumption of art cinema.

WORKSHOP with YURI ANCARANI

PROGRAMME.

Over the course of the two days, the artist's film work will be explored in terms of its visuals and audio. Video material created by the participants will then be discussed and examined in terms of further development. Workshop held by Yuri Ancarani with the collaboration of Mirco Mencacci. 

[caption id="attachment_12622" align="aligncenter" width="960"] The Challenge (2016) a film by Yuri Ancarani[/caption]

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BIOGRAPHY

Ravenna 1972. Italian video artist and filmmaker. His work, a blend of documentary film and modern art, is the result of a quest to explore seldom seen visions of daily life. His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions as well as in many national and international museums including: Kunsthalle Basel (Basle, Switzerland); Art Basel Unlimited (Basle, Switzerland); 16. Quadriennale d’Arte - Altri tempi, altri miti, Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome); 55. Esposizione d'Arte Internazionale, Il Palazzo Enciclopedico, La Biennale di Venezia (Italy); Beursschouwburg (Brussels, Belgium); CAC, Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève (Geneva, Switzerland); Centre Pompidou (Paris, France); Fondazione Sandretto, Re Rebaudengo (Turin); Hammer Museum (Los Angeles, California); AMACI, Museo del Novecento (Milan); MAXXI, Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI secolo (Rome); R. Solomon Guggenheim Museum (New York, USA); Palais de Tokyo (Paris, France); RaebervonStenglin (Zurich, Switzerland); Stiftung Insel Hombroich (Neuss, Germany).

full bio and other visual delights >> http://yuriancarani.com/

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INFORMATION

October 20-21 10am-6pm max 25 participants single workshop cost: € 280. Sign up by filling in the form below. Sign up for two courses € 350 (not including the Yuri Ancarani workshop). Sign up for the full series of 4 workshops € 700. For multiple sign ups, email redazione@base.milano.it

Programmes and dates for all workshops > http://base.milano.it/4wd_-nuovi-confini-delle-immagini-in-movimento/

exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
workshop
From 1968 to 2018: photo journalism in protest movements
20.10.18 - 21.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
Witness Journal offers a workshop dedicated to the evolution of photo journalism in the narration of protest movements over the last fifty years.
Taking inspiration from the many authors who carried photo journalism to its last great moment of glory in the 1960s and '70s, the workshop will attempt to unpick the radical changes which have affected this sector. The course is aimed at anyone, whether professional or amateur, who is interested in learning more about the world and the history of photo journalism: its rules, laws and ethical code, the now irreversible presence of online media and the changes that it is currently undergoing.
How have the languages and communication platforms changed in the age of cross-mediality? This intensive course will take place over two days, and providing participants with an overview of the workings of photo journalism as well as giving them food for thought with regards to a profession that seems to find itself once again at an important crossroads.
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Info>>>
Location: Lounge Total duration: 14 hours Teachers: Federico Bernini, Giulio Di Meo, Amedeo Novelli. Cost: € 90 (€ 80 + € 10 membership fee)
Further info and sign-ups >> formazione@witnessjournal.com
workshop
4WD_Yuri Ancarani
20.10.18 - 21.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
4WD. 4 lessons with 4 of the most important exponents of art cinema, occupying the space between modern art and cinematography: Yuri Ancarani, Invernomuto, Anna Franceschini, Zapruder. Put together by Davide Giannella, the workshop is a hands-on look at an artistic landscape in constant expansion that doesn’t shy away from different interpretations. The teachers will apply an array of approaches, poetics, and techniques to deliver tools, both theoretical and practical, for analysis, reflection and elaboration in terms of production, distribution and consumption of art cinema.

WORKSHOP with YURI ANCARANI

PROGRAMME.

Over the course of the two days, the artist's film work will be explored in terms of its visuals and audio. Video material created by the participants will then be discussed and examined in terms of further development. Workshop held by Yuri Ancarani with the collaboration of Mirco Mencacci. 

[caption id="attachment_12622" align="aligncenter" width="960"] The Challenge (2016) a film by Yuri Ancarani[/caption]

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BIOGRAPHY

Ravenna 1972. Italian video artist and filmmaker. His work, a blend of documentary film and modern art, is the result of a quest to explore seldom seen visions of daily life. His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions as well as in many national and international museums including: Kunsthalle Basel (Basle, Switzerland); Art Basel Unlimited (Basle, Switzerland); 16. Quadriennale d’Arte - Altri tempi, altri miti, Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Rome); 55. Esposizione d'Arte Internazionale, Il Palazzo Enciclopedico, La Biennale di Venezia (Italy); Beursschouwburg (Brussels, Belgium); CAC, Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève (Geneva, Switzerland); Centre Pompidou (Paris, France); Fondazione Sandretto, Re Rebaudengo (Turin); Hammer Museum (Los Angeles, California); AMACI, Museo del Novecento (Milan); MAXXI, Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI secolo (Rome); R. Solomon Guggenheim Museum (New York, USA); Palais de Tokyo (Paris, France); RaebervonStenglin (Zurich, Switzerland); Stiftung Insel Hombroich (Neuss, Germany).

full bio and other visual delights >> http://yuriancarani.com/

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INFORMATION

October 20-21 10am-6pm max 25 participants single workshop cost: € 280. Sign up by filling in the form below. Sign up for two courses € 350 (not including the Yuri Ancarani workshop). Sign up for the full series of 4 workshops € 700. For multiple sign ups, email redazione@base.milano.it

Programmes and dates for all workshops > http://base.milano.it/4wd_-nuovi-confini-delle-immagini-in-movimento/

exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
exhibition
A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan
02.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 11:00 - 19:00
1968, between Milan and the world. A story told through the various forms of communication developed in a time of great creative fervour. A tale that unfolds in images, starting with shots taken by photoreporter Uliano Lucas, who captured the atmosphere of those years in real time. A visual record of the teachings these movements passed onto communications and contemporary design. Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia, bring you the exhibition "Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano" (A great number. Signs images words from 1968 in Milan), running from October 2 to 22 2018 at BASE.   THE EXHIBITION The story winds its way through material from the archives of Fondazione ISEC, public and private institutions, and collectors. School papers - such as Parini high school's La Zanzara - leaflets and fliers, reproduced thanks to mimeographs, dazibao, posters, graffiti, slogans and signs, as well as more structured publications like magazines and books, which gave voice to the protests of the time. Starting with the spare immediacy of the sign, focussing then on content, and gradually giving more space to colors and imagery, taking on inspirations and influences from the underground and counterculture. A 1968 of paper and papers, side by side with videos and photographs which also set out to show the world of the assemblies as a reflection of the spoken realm in those years. A special section of the exhibition presents fifty images shot by the great photoreporter #UlianoLucas. Also featured are photos by other figures of the time - including Walter Barbero, Norbert Chautard, Enrico Cattaneo, Cesare Colombo, Carlo Leidi, Silvestre Loconsolo, and Alfonso Modenesi - rare amateur shots as well as official media portrayals. This cherished collection has been entrusted to the young designers of Iuav University in Venice, overseen by Paola Fortuna, who were asked to re-examine those years through their own gaze when conceiving the exhibition's graphics and setup. The exhibition is brought to you with support from Consorzio Comico and the contribution of Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia. Tuesday October 2, opening from 6pm During the exhibition's run: workshop activities and guided tours aimed at schools; a training programme for teachers; seminars and courses for researchers and historians; creative workshops for illustrators, photographers, and professionals, and public gatherings. _____________________________________________________________________________________ October 2 - 22 2018 from 11am to 7pm Free entry BASE Milano, Via Bergognone 34
event
Dreamers and Rebels_Event with Uliano Lucas
22.10.18 - 22.10.18
time : 18:30 - 20:30
"In this book there are more than 80 photographs which show the 1968 movement as I witnessed and experienced it. For once I wanted to play with the memory-jogging power of the photograph in the first person. I wanted to be the one to release the memory from the ties of symbolic power and pair the photos with memories from that time." Uliano Lucas discusses his new book “Sognatori e ribelli. Fotografie e pensieri oltre il Sessantotto” published by Bompiani, with Antonio Calabrò and Giorgio Bigatti from Fondazione Isec.The talk will bring to a close the run of the exhibition Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano.
On 22 October the exhibition is open until 6.30pm.--- Monday 22 October starting at 6.30pm Free entry --- The talk is part of a series of events organised around the exhibition Un grande numero. Segni immagini parole del 1968 a Milano, curated by Fondazione Isec and BASE Milano, in collaboration with Università Iuav di Venezia. The exhibition was set up with support from Consorzio Comieco and thanks to a contribution from Fondazione Cariplo and Regione Lombardia.
event
LongTake presents _ Journey through horror
15.10.18 - 12.11.18
time : 19:00 - 20:30
An unmissable journey in eight stages through the history of horror. Not a chronological path, but a series of gatherings in Italian exploring the most important themes of horror in film (can be purchased individually).
Held by the director of LongTake Andrea Chimento and LongTake critic Sara Barbieri, the workshop is designed for lovers of horror as well as anyone who wants to gain greater knowledge of a linchpin genre in the history of cinema. the eighth gathering will conclude with each participant writing an analysis of an emblematic element of horror (a sequence, a piece of music, a dialogue, a frame): the most interesting pieces will be published on the LongTake blog.
Vampires 24 September
  Ghosts and Haunted Houses 1 October
Italian Horror 8 October Evil 15 October Zombies and the Living Dead 22 October The Body and the Double 29 October Japanese Horror 5 November The Horror of the New Millennium 12 November
--- Information:
24 September 2018 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 October 2018 5, 12 November 2018 7 - 8.30pm cost: €99 + commission (price for full programme) €18 + commission (price for one lesson)
Tickets >> https://goo.gl/MGKNgh information >>redazione@longtake.is
festival
Mountain Festival_V edition
25.10.18 - 28.10.18
time :
Following on from the success of the first four editions, Milano Montagna Festival is expanding with the new Fuori Festival thanks to a collaboration with BASE Milano and CAI Milano: a flurry of events set to take place from Thursday October 25 to Sunday October 28 2018, with something for lovers of sport, culture, film, food, art, design and innovation, science and sustainability, and outdoor/mountain technology. Milano Montagna will follow the trail of great mountaineers and climbers, athletes, writers and directors, research and projects, areas and routes, to fully comprehend what it is we leave behind us and what the mountains leave within us. ___________________________________________________________________________ Base Milano's collaboration will involve: • great athletes (including Adam Ondra, Markus Eder, Hervé Barmasse, guests from previous years) • previews and international films (such as Jumbo Wild, La liste, Ushba, Drop Everything and This is Home) • international contests for young talents • talks with journalists, authors, photographers and scientists (including Alberto Bregani, Michele Serra, Claudio Smiraglia, Nicola Pugno, guests from previous years) • a round table on The Mountains for Everyone. Making the mountains accessible to the disabled (2nd edition) • action sport with a climbing wall and other activities, with spots dedicated to associations and people with physical and cognitive disabilities • mountain food, with wine and beer tasting • live music and DJ sets CLICK HERE for more info _________________________________________________________ October 25 - 28 2018 BASE Milano, via Bergognone 34
talk
WunderKit_Alessia Glaviano_Stories of objects and small wonders
25.10.18 - 25.10.18
time : 19:30 - 21:00
Mysterious objects, objects found in the street, autobiographical. Objects taken from the tool box, lucky charms, totally useless yet beautiful objects, stress-relieving objects, objects that smell new, objects that are old, objects that inspire you. Each month a creative artisan talks us through the objects that make up their own personal kit of wonders, all washed down with a spritz. --- Thursday October 25_ Alessia Glaviano: photo-editing and publishing in the fashion industry. As a little preview of PhotoVogue Festival we'll chat with Vogue Italia's senior photo editor about all things photography, fashion and publishing in the industry. Following in the footsteps of her father, Marco Glaviano, the famous fashion photographer, Alessia has always been passionate about photography and fashion. After honing her skills in the Big Apple, she headed back to Milan, Italy, where she started a glittering career as a photo editor for Vogue.   Wunderkit calendar and videos of previous gatherings >>> http://base.milano.it/wunderkit_storie-di-oggetti-e-piccole-meraviglie/ --- INFO >>> Free entry. Max. 25 people. Sign up required, email redazione@base.milano.it The talk will be live-streamed on the Facebook page courtesy of House264 technology  
festival
Mountain Festival_V edition
25.10.18 - 28.10.18
time :
Following on from the success of the first four editions, Milano Montagna Festival is expanding with the new Fuori Festival thanks to a collaboration with BASE Milano and CAI Milano: a flurry of events set to take place from Thursday October 25 to Sunday October 28 2018, with something for lovers of sport, culture, film, food, art, design and innovation, science and sustainability, and outdoor/mountain technology. Milano Montagna will follow the trail of great mountaineers and climbers, athletes, writers and directors, research and projects, areas and routes, to fully comprehend what it is we leave behind us and what the mountains leave within us. ___________________________________________________________________________ Base Milano's collaboration will involve: • great athletes (including Adam Ondra, Markus Eder, Hervé Barmasse, guests from previous years) • previews and international films (such as Jumbo Wild, La liste, Ushba, Drop Everything and This is Home) • international contests for young talents • talks with journalists, authors, photographers and scientists (including Alberto Bregani, Michele Serra, Claudio Smiraglia, Nicola Pugno, guests from previous years) • a round table on The Mountains for Everyone. Making the mountains accessible to the disabled (2nd edition) • action sport with a climbing wall and other activities, with spots dedicated to associations and people with physical and cognitive disabilities • mountain food, with wine and beer tasting • live music and DJ sets CLICK HERE for more info _________________________________________________________ October 25 - 28 2018 BASE Milano, via Bergognone 34
event
Fashion Graduate Italia
26.10.18 - 29.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:30
Two days dedicated to developments in independent production thanks to new technology, with particular focus on Virtual Reality and the language of TV serialisation.  
fashion, moda
festival
Mountain Festival_V edition
25.10.18 - 28.10.18
time :
Following on from the success of the first four editions, Milano Montagna Festival is expanding with the new Fuori Festival thanks to a collaboration with BASE Milano and CAI Milano: a flurry of events set to take place from Thursday October 25 to Sunday October 28 2018, with something for lovers of sport, culture, film, food, art, design and innovation, science and sustainability, and outdoor/mountain technology. Milano Montagna will follow the trail of great mountaineers and climbers, athletes, writers and directors, research and projects, areas and routes, to fully comprehend what it is we leave behind us and what the mountains leave within us. ___________________________________________________________________________ Base Milano's collaboration will involve: • great athletes (including Adam Ondra, Markus Eder, Hervé Barmasse, guests from previous years) • previews and international films (such as Jumbo Wild, La liste, Ushba, Drop Everything and This is Home) • international contests for young talents • talks with journalists, authors, photographers and scientists (including Alberto Bregani, Michele Serra, Claudio Smiraglia, Nicola Pugno, guests from previous years) • a round table on The Mountains for Everyone. Making the mountains accessible to the disabled (2nd edition) • action sport with a climbing wall and other activities, with spots dedicated to associations and people with physical and cognitive disabilities • mountain food, with wine and beer tasting • live music and DJ sets CLICK HERE for more info _________________________________________________________ October 25 - 28 2018 BASE Milano, via Bergognone 34
event
Fashion Graduate Italia
26.10.18 - 29.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:30
Two days dedicated to developments in independent production thanks to new technology, with particular focus on Virtual Reality and the language of TV serialisation.  
fashion, moda
festival
Mountain Festival_V edition
25.10.18 - 28.10.18
time :
Following on from the success of the first four editions, Milano Montagna Festival is expanding with the new Fuori Festival thanks to a collaboration with BASE Milano and CAI Milano: a flurry of events set to take place from Thursday October 25 to Sunday October 28 2018, with something for lovers of sport, culture, film, food, art, design and innovation, science and sustainability, and outdoor/mountain technology. Milano Montagna will follow the trail of great mountaineers and climbers, athletes, writers and directors, research and projects, areas and routes, to fully comprehend what it is we leave behind us and what the mountains leave within us. ___________________________________________________________________________ Base Milano's collaboration will involve: • great athletes (including Adam Ondra, Markus Eder, Hervé Barmasse, guests from previous years) • previews and international films (such as Jumbo Wild, La liste, Ushba, Drop Everything and This is Home) • international contests for young talents • talks with journalists, authors, photographers and scientists (including Alberto Bregani, Michele Serra, Claudio Smiraglia, Nicola Pugno, guests from previous years) • a round table on The Mountains for Everyone. Making the mountains accessible to the disabled (2nd edition) • action sport with a climbing wall and other activities, with spots dedicated to associations and people with physical and cognitive disabilities • mountain food, with wine and beer tasting • live music and DJ sets CLICK HERE for more info _________________________________________________________ October 25 - 28 2018 BASE Milano, via Bergognone 34
event
Fashion Graduate Italia
26.10.18 - 29.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:30
Two days dedicated to developments in independent production thanks to new technology, with particular focus on Virtual Reality and the language of TV serialisation.  
fashion, moda
workshop
Authentic stories, effective storytelling__workshop
28.10.18 - 28.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:00
Authentic stories, effective storytelling Basic techniques and small spells for narrative communication A workshop exploring storytelling essentials, including techniques and tools for building a story about yourself, your job, your product or service, how to create a protagonist that serves your narrative, and the role that desire plays in all this. Teacher: Anna Traini, theatre teacher and director, events and training manager for the Osservatorio di Storytelling, university lecturer and specialist course leader, she uses narrative techniques in personal development and organisational development courses. The workshop is run together with the Osservatorio di Storytelling, founded in 2010 by the University of Pavia with the aim of further exploring and sharing the Science of Storytelling. It is a partner of the University of Pavia and MUST Master in Marketing Utilities and Storytelling Techniques, IULM. Information: Course in Italian, aimed at freelancers. Fee: 150 euro Max. 20 participants
event
Fashion Graduate Italia
26.10.18 - 29.10.18
time : 10:00 - 18:30
Two days dedicated to developments in independent production thanks to new technology, with particular focus on Virtual Reality and the language of TV serialisation.  
fashion, moda
event
LongTake presents _ Journey through horror
15.10.18 - 12.11.18
time : 19:00 - 20:30
An unmissable journey in eight stages through the history of horror. Not a chronological path, but a series of gatherings in Italian exploring the most important themes of horror in film (can be purchased individually).
Held by the director of LongTake Andrea Chimento and LongTake critic Sara Barbieri, the workshop is designed for lovers of horror as well as anyone who wants to gain greater knowledge of a linchpin genre in the history of cinema. the eighth gathering will conclude with each participant writing an analysis of an emblematic element of horror (a sequence, a piece of music, a dialogue, a frame): the most interesting pieces will be published on the LongTake blog.
Vampires 24 September
  Ghosts and Haunted Houses 1 October
Italian Horror 8 October Evil 15 October Zombies and the Living Dead 22 October The Body and the Double 29 October Japanese Horror 5 November The Horror of the New Millennium 12 November
--- Information:
24 September 2018 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 October 2018 5, 12 November 2018 7 - 8.30pm cost: €99 + commission (price for full programme) €18 + commission (price for one lesson)
Tickets >> https://goo.gl/MGKNgh information >>redazione@longtake.is
event
Bloodjob_Halloween 2018
31.10.18 - 31.10.18
time : 22:00 - 04:00
What is a B-MOVIE? A b-movie is a low-budget film of inferior quality. For the scariest evening of the year, after last year's sold out event, Milan's most hideous party is back. From 10pm - 4am horrible things are going to happen. Dress code Dress up badly, abandon years of culture and good taste and embrace the ugly: being disgusting has never looked so good. Awful foil creatures from distant planets, unlikely serial killers, zombies, brains, paper maché robots, werewolves, ketchup, severed limbs, and all that b-cinema has given us. Party room B-movie set design Clumsy, stilted animation 360° DJ set > TRASH - DANCE - POP by Toxyc Avengers Cinema room run by Bloodbuster with trailer-show and hideous, truly hideous short films. Retro-game Corner - Free-to-play with 3 consoles by Homecade and a selection of splatter games. ------------------------ Information: Presale tickets >> 10 euro + presale tax. Buy here>> www.mailticket.it/evento/19491  
music
JAZZMI_ Istanbul Sessions + Dj Gruff
02.11.18 - 02.11.18
time : 22:30 - 01:30
A musical journey, setting off from the Mediterranean and headed for every corner of the world. The Ilhan Ersahin quartet, Istanbul Sessions, gathers incredibly versatile musicians around the leader's sax, now a New York resident though clearly imbued with his Turkish origins which come through in his musical vision. Dj Gruff comes from a background in Sardinia and Turin's early '80s hip-hop culture that has seen him embark on a musical odyssey from Paris to Japan and then back to Milan. Istanbul Sessions and Dj Gruff have a decidedly unconventional take on music, shunning commercial success in order to remain uncompromisingly faithful to their origins. --- Information: Friday 2 November 10.30pm - 1.30am Tickets available at http://jazzmi.it/eventi/istanbul-session-dj-gruff/ full ticket 12 euro + presale tax DJ set ticket 10 euro + presale tax > #jazzmi2018www.jazzmi.it > info@jazzmi.it
live music
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3.Fare clic su Cookie e selezionare ‘Consenti siti utilizzano i cookie’

Safari

  1. Fare clic sull’icona Cog nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Preferenze”
  2. Fare clic su ‘Protezione’, selezionare l’opzione che dice “cookie di terze parti di blocco per la pubblicità”
  3. Fare clic su ‘Salva’

Come gestire i cookie su un Mac

Se si desidera consentire i cookie, si prega di seguire le istruzioni riportate di seguito:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 su OSX

  1. Fare clic su ‘Esplora’ nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Preferenze”
    2. Scorrere verso il basso fino a visualizzare “Cookie” sotto ricezione di file
  2. Selezionare l’opzione ‘Non chiedere’

Safari su OSX

  1. Fare clic su ‘Safari’ nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Preferenze”
    2. Fare clic su ‘Sicurezza’ e poi ‘Accetta i cookie’
  2. Selezionare “Solo dal sito”

Mozilla e Netscape su OSX

  1. Fare clic su ‘Mozilla’ o ‘Netscape’ nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Preferenze”
  2. Scorrere verso il basso fino a visualizzare i cookie sotto ‘Privacy e sicurezza’
  3. Selezionare ‘Abilita i cookie per il sito di origine’

Opera

  1. Fare clic su ‘Menu’ nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e selezionare “Impostazioni”
    2. Quindi selezionare “Preferenze”, selezionare ‘Avanzate’
  2. Quindi selezionare ‘Accetta i cookie’

Cookie di Terze Parti

Visitando un sito web è possibile ricevere i cookie sia dal sito è visitato ( “cookie padroni”), sia da siti web gestiti da altre organizzazioni ( “cookie terzi”). Un esempio notevole è la presenza di “social plugin” per Facebook, Twitter, Google+ e LinkedIn. Essi sono generati direttamente da tali siti ed integrati nella pagina del sito ospite. L’uso più comune dei “social plugin” è quello di condividere i contenuti sui social network.

La presenza di questi plug in comporta la trasmissione di cookie da e per tutti i siti gestiti da terzi. La gestione delle informazioni raccolte da “terzi” è disciplinata dalle pertinenti informazioni cui si rinvia.

Per garantire una maggiore trasparenza e convenienza, sono mostrate sotto gli indirizzi web di informazione e il modo di gestire i cookie diverso.

Facebook info:
https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/ Facebook (configurazione): accesso al tuo account. Sezione privacy.

Twitter info:
https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514 Twitter (configurazione): https://twitter.com/settings/security

Informazioni Linkedin:
https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy Linkedin (configurazione): https://www.linkedin.com/settings/

Informazioni Google+:
http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/ Google+ (configurazione): http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/managing/

Google Analytics

Questo sito web utilizza altresì Google Analytics, un servizio di analisi web fornito da Google, Inc. ( “Google”). Google Analytics utilizza dei “ookie, che sono file di testo depositati sul Vostro computer per consentire al sito web di analizzare come gli utenti utilizzano il sito. Le informazioni generate dal cookie sull’utilizzo del sito web (compreso il Vostro indirizzo IP anonimo) verranno trasmesse a, e depositate presso i server di Google negli Stati Uniti. Google utilizzerà queste informazioni allo scopo di esaminare il Vostro utilizzo del sito web, compilare report sulle attività del sito web per gli operatori e fornire altri servizi relativi alle attività del sito web e all’utilizzo di Internet. Google può anche trasferire queste informazioni a terzi, se richiesto dalla legge o laddove tali terzi trattino le suddette informazioni per conto di Google. Google non assocerà il vostro indirizzo IP a nessun altro dato posseduto da Google. Potete rifiutarvi di usare i cookies selezionando l’impostazione appropriata sul vostro browser, ma si prega di notare che se si esegue questa operazione, non si può essere in grado di utilizzare tutte le funzionalità di questo sito web. Utilizzando il presente sito web, voi acconsentite al trattamento dei Vostri dati da parte di Google per le modalità ei fini sopraindicati.

Potete impedire a Google di controllare i cookie generati dall’utilizzo del nostro sito web (compreso l’indirizzo IP) e tutta l’elaborazione di questo informazioni, scaricando e installando questo plugin per il vostro browser: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it.

FACOLTATIVITA’ DEL CONFERIMENTO DEI DATI

A parte quanto specificato per i dati di navigazione, l’utente è libero di fornire i dati personali riportati nei form presenti sul sito della società OXA o comunque indicati in contatti con la società per sollecitare eventuali invii di newsletter, di materiale informativo o di altre comunicazioni.
Il loro mancato conferimento può comportare l’impossibilità di ottenere quanto richiesto.

MODALITA’ DEL TRATTAMENTO

I dati personali sono trattati con strumenti automatizzati per il tempo strettamente necessario a conseguire gli scopi per cui sono stati raccolti.
I medesimi dati possono essere ceduti a terzi per le stesse finalità per i quali vengono trattati dalla società.
Specifiche misure di sicurezza sono osservate per prevenire la perdita dei dati, usi illeciti o non corretti ed accessi non autorizzati.

DIRITTI DEGLI INTERESSATI

I soggetti cui si riferiscono i dati personali hanno il diritto in qualunque momento di ottenere la conferma dell’esistenza o meno dei medesimi dati e di conoscerne il contenuto e l’origine, verificarne l’esattezza o chiederne l’integrazione o l’aggiornamento, oppure la rettificazione o la completa cancellazione (ex art. 7 del Codice in materia di protezione dei dati personali ed ex art. 15 del Regolamento Europeo).

Ai sensi del medesimo articolo si ha il diritto di chiedere la cancellazione, la trasformazione in forma anonima o il blocco dei dati trattati in violazione di legge, nonché di opporsi in ogni caso, per motivi legittimi, al loro trattamento.

Le richieste vanno rivolte:

– via e-mail, all’indirizzo: info@base.milano.it;

 


 

PRIVACY POLICY

This page describes the procedures for the management of our web site as regards of the processing of personal data of users that are visiting the website or the BASE location, managed by OXA S.r.l..

This information is provided in accordance with Art. 13 of the European Regulation EU 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council and Art. 13 of the Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 –  to any entity that have to interact with the web-based services that are made available by OXA s.r.l. accessible electronically from the address www.base.milano.it which corresponds to the home page of our official web site.

OXA company is committed to protecting the privacy of its users and to protect personal information collected on this website in compliance in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, in particular the aforementioned Decree Law 196/2003 and the European Regulation.

The information provided is also based on the guidelines contained in Recommendation no. 2/2001, which was adopted on 17 May 2001 by the European data protection authorities within the Working Party set up under Article 29 of European Directive 95/46/EC in order to lay down minimum requirements for the collection of personal data online – especially with regard to arrangements, timing and contents of the information to be provided by data controllers to users visiting web pages for whatever purpose.

DATA CONTROLLER

Following the consultation of this website it may be processed data concerning identified or identifiable persons.

The data controller is the company OXA s.r.l., which is based in Milan, Via Bergognone n. 34.

PLACE WHERE DATA IS PROCESSED

The processing operations related to the web-based services that are made available via this website are carried out at the office of the Company OXA s.r.l. exclusively by technical staff in charge of said processing, or else by persons tasked with such maintenance activities as may be necessary from time to time.

CATEGORIES OF PROCESSED DATA

Navigation Data

The computer systems and software procedures used to operate this web site acquire, during their normal operations, some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of internet communication protocol.

This information is not collected to be associated with identified, but by their very nature could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, to identify users.

This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of computers used by users connecting to the site, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of requested resources, time of request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in reply, the numerical code indicating the status of the response from the server (successful, error, etc..) and other parameters regarding the operating system and computer environment.

These data are only used to extract anonymous statistical information on website use as well as to check its functioning; they are erased immediately after being processed. The data might be used to establish liability in case computer crimes are committed against the website.

Data Provided Voluntarily by Users

Sending e-mail messages to the addresses mentioned on this website, which is done on the basis of a freely chosen, explicit, and voluntary option, entails acquisition of the sender’s address, which is necessary in order to reply to any request, as well as of such additional personal data as is contained in the messages.

The personal data provided by users who submit requests for services are used in order to execute the demanded service and are not disclosed to third parties unless this is necessary in order to provide the required performance.

Specific summary information notices will be shown and/or displayed on the pages that are used for providing services on demand in accordance to art. 13 d.l. 196/2003

Cookies

To make our site easier and intuitively make use of cookies. Cookies are small pieces of data that allow us to compare the new visitors and past and understand how users navigate through our site. We use information collected through cookies to make the browsing experience more enjoyable and more efficient in the future.

Cookies do not store any personal information about a user and any identifiable data will not be stored. If you want to disable the use of cookies is necessary to customize the settings on your computer by setting the deletion of all cookies or activating a warning message when cookies are being stored. To proceed without modifying the application of the cookie simply continue navigation.

Please visit AboutCookies.org for more information about cookies and how they influence your navigation experience.

What kind of cookies are we using?

Essential Cookie

These cookies are essential in order to allow you to move around the site and make full use of its features, such as access the various protected areas of the site. Without these cookies certain necessary services, such as filling out a form for a competition, can not be enjoyed.

Performance cookie

These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for example, which pages are most visited, if you get error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected through cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. They are only used to improve the operation of a website.

If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below.

Cookie functionality

These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for example, which pages are most visited, if you get error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected through cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. They are only used to improve the operation of a website.

By using our website, you agree that these cookies may be installed on your device.

How can you manage with your cookie

If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below,

Google Chrome

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select Options
    Click on the tab ‘Under the Hood’, find the section ‘Privacy’, and select the “Content Settings”
    3. Now select ‘Allow local data to be set‘

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select ‘Internet Options’, then click on the ‘Privacy’
  2. To enable cookies in your browser, make sure that the privacy level is set to Medium or below,
  3. Setting the level of privacy over the Middle you disable the use of cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select “Options”
  2. Then select the Privacy icon
  3. Click Cookies and select ‘Allow sites use cookies‘

Safari

  1. Click on the icon Cog at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”
  2. Click on ‘Protection‘, select the option that says ‘block third-party cookies for advertising‘
  3. Click on ‘Save‘

How to manage cookies on a Mac

If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 su OSX

  1. Click on ‘Explore‘ at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”
  2. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” under Receiving Files
  3. Select the option ‘Do not ask‘

Safari su OSX

  1. Click on ‘Safari‘ at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”
  2. Click on the ‘Security‘ and then ‘Accept cookies’
  3. Select “Only from the site“

Mozilla e Netscape su OSX

  1. Click on ‘Mozilla’ or ‘Netscape’ at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”
  2. Scroll down until you see cookies under ‘Privacy and Security‘
  3. Select ‘Enable cookies for the originating web site‘

Opera

  1. Click on ‘Menu‘ at the top of the browser window and select “Settings”
  2. Then select “Preferences“, select ‘Advanced’
  3. Then select ‘Accept cookies‘

Third Parties Cookies

Visiting a website you may receive cookies from the site is visited (“owners”), both from websites maintained by other organizations (“third parties”). A notable example is the presence of “social plugin” for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. It is part of the page visited directly generated by these sites and integrated into site page host. The most common use of social plugin is aimed at sharing content on social networks.

The presence of these plug-in involves the transmission of cookies to and from all sites operated by third parties. The management of the information collected by “third parties” shall be governed by the relevant information which please refer. To ensure greater transparency and convenience, are shown below the web addresses of different information and ways to manage cookies.
Facebook info: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/

Facebook (configuration):
access to your account. Privacy area.

Twitter info:
https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514

Twitter (configuration):
https://twitter.com/settings/security

Linkedin info:
https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy

Linkedin (configuration):
https://www.linkedin.com/settings/

Google+ info:
http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/

Google+ (configuration):
http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/managing/

Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”).Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer to help the website analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address anonymous) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for the operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties unless required by law or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, however please note that if you do this you may not be able to use all features of this website. By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and purposes set out above.
You can stop Google to check your cookie generated by the use of our website(Include Ip Address) and all the elaboration about this info, downloading and installing this plugin for your browser: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en

OPTIONAL DATA PROVISION

Apart from that specified for navigation data, the user is free to provide personal data contained in the form on the company’s website or indicated in contacts with the company to solicit any mailings of newsletters, information material or other communications.

Failure to provide such data may entail the failure to be provided with the items requested.

PROCESSING ARRANGEMENTS

Personal data is processed with automated means for no longer than is necessary to achieve the purposes for which it has been collected.

The same data can be transferred to third parties for the same purposes for which they are treated by society.

Specific security measures are implemented to prevent the data from being lost, used unlawfully and/or inappropriately, and accessed without authorisation.

DATA SUBJECTS’ RIGHTS

Data subjects are entitled at any time to obtain confirmation of the existence of personal data concerning them and be informed of their contents and origin, verify their accuracy, or else request that such data be supplemented, updated or rectified or completely removed (Art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 and Art. 15 of the European Regulation).

The above Section also provides for the right to request erasure, anonymisation or blocking of any data that is processed in breach of the law as well as to object in all cases, on legitimate grounds, to processing of the data.

All requests should be emailed to info@base.milano.it

 

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