From 7 to 13 July 2022, in the Galleria della Molinella, the Association of Watercolor Painters Faentini “Silvano Drei”, in cooperation with the Bendandi House Museum, is organizing an exhibition entitled “Color Computers, Color Computers”.
The event is named after African American researchers Katherine Goblet-Johnson, Mary Jackson, and Dorothy Vaughan. In defiance of the laws of racism, sexism, and segregation, they made an essential contribution to the space race and NASA’s mission to send the first humans to the Moon. Their work was also featured in the movie “The Right to Count”.
The exhibition is divided into various contributions from several themes. The Society presents an exhibition of the work of its members dedicated to the many women who, with their work, have made important contributions to science. For each of these women, a complete biography of their lives and inventions is presented. The exhibition is curated by Paola Lagorio and Anna Bocci.
Then there is the installation “Scientists … Venusian – Craters of Venus Dedicated to Italian Scientists”, designed by Paola Lagorio and made by Roberto Ortali, dedicated to Italian scientists who are dedicated to a crater on Venus.
More exhibitions dedicated to women’s faces by Ilario Fioravanti, on the centenary of his birth, and women’s inventions
There are also works by students of ISIA and Liceo Artistico Ballardini.
However, on Tuesday 12 July, in collaboration with MIC, a tour with women interested in ceramics in the early years is planned, with a pass from Bendandi’s house, with Tonino Guerra women on Pascucci canvas. The visit will conclude with the exhibition in Molinella.
The tour was designed and organized by Paola Lagorio and Monica Guri (Tour schedule: from 6pm in 20)
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