The complexity and speed of change in the cultural world requires an ever-increasing capacity of contextual interpretation, a mastering of methods and instruments in order to activate innovative strategies which guarantee the sustainability of projects and organizations in a cultural environment. Tablinum Cultural Management’s professionals are therefore carefully selected and are able to meld together traditional artistic-cultural knowledge with a capacity and know-how, thus rendering them autonomous in the projection, management and promotion of the cultural system.
The aim of Tablinum Cultural Management is to offer, within the cultural environment, the most complete services possible having both a flexible and innovative form, while at the same time being capable of adapt to the needs of their counterparts by paying particular attention to a global vision of the project in question. The Tablinum project derives from a mixture of humanistic preparation and a careful analysis of supply and demand which regulate modern day’s cultural world.
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The art work focuses on the act of giving nine kisses, then the kiss as a message of affection and attraction. The number nine because as a last digit it contains the double concept of beginning and e ...
Kosmos: this is art work inspired by the mysteries of the universe. It is inspired by the rotation of the earth around the sun, specially the Sunrise which is also Sunset for other parts of the world. ...
An element, only apparently simple as water, is painted in multiple ways and colours making its real complexity to emerge: reflections, foam, colours and waves. “The Water Life” is an iconic painting ...
She primarily paints with oil and her paintings are intended to capture the pulses of cities, from London and Cannes to San Francisco to New York and Los Angeles. The sparse clues of a building and e ...
Globular clusters are the oldest associations of stars: this is also why there is little free hydrogen, to give birth to young stars. Many of them orbit our Milky Way in the outer halo. These spheres ...