Version 202223 of “Yes…awesome!” He had a record engagement with more than 2,000 students from 32 schools who for months engaged in creating creative products of free imagination or dedicated to science, art (in collaboration with the Pistoia Museums), nature (in collaboration with Gea) and artificial intelligence robots. 100 iconic products proposed this year at the “Si… Brilliant!” They are all on display, each with a special booth, in the Garden of Inventions, a free-admission gallery open through Sunday, May 14, from 10am-6pm at the ancient Abbey of San Domenico in Pistoia.
The exhibition has already welcomed thousands of visitors, to whom girls and boys have shown their work, and evaluated by a jury headed by the testimonial of this edition of “Yes … fantastic!”: Elisa Palzzi, climate researcher and university professor. Turin, author of international research on climate change, particularly in mountain environments. Professor Palazzi participated in the prize meeting and the prizes were presented by Matilde Corsola, 10, a student at the Sistine Institute in Agliana who last year participated with her class in the competition by presenting a project on the pharaoh Tutankhamun. With them, on stage under a large tent erected for the occasion, was Cristina Pantera, Vice President of the Carpet Foundation, Ezio Menchi, creator of “Yeah… wow!” and member of the Board of Directors of the Foundation and Giovanni Balcetti, President of Gea.
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