Humanistic culture, communication, photography, video, journalism, design and music.
Our program includes projects, conferences, workshops, meetings and lessons with visionary international artists and professionals.


United Colors of Benetton – creative contents for Instagram
I’M HUNGRY – awareness campaign against child poverty for L’Albero della Vita foundation
One day, one video – one minute experimental videos for Instagram
Self-portrait – entry exercise
Arte Laguna Prize – art residencies in collaboration with MoCA
Fabrica Creative Labs – online labs and lectures
Fabrica vs Corona – call for creative ideas
World Wide Quarantine – live interviews on Instagram and documentary
Fabrica Plataforma – virtual exhibitions on Instagram
Fabrica versus Racism – call for creative ideas
Fabrica versus Tr*mp – call for creative ideas
Fabrica About Future – conversations about the future with startups and companies
We Are Facts – exhibition
Dialogue on Color – a conversation about color with Jean-Charles de Castelbajac and Manlio Brusatin
Andrà tutto bene? – documentary for Fondazione L’Albero della Vita
Merry Fabrica – Christmas virtual market
WITH MY FACE – documentary about disability
RO Plastic Prize – Design competition by Rossana Orlandi
Fabrica Frame – digital art collection, vol 1 and vol 2
WHAT IF? – a project about the infinitive possibilities of the future



Fabrica is a meeting place that lives and is transformed through a continuous exchange of experiences, using a methodology that borrows the concept of “learning by doing” from the Renaissance workshop.
The concrete form of the training process and cross-interaction are the guidelines of the creative process that characterizes Fabrica’s activities. The process finds its most natural application in the program of workshops, conferences or special events with some of the most significant personalities from the worlds of art, culture and communication.

Visiting artists from 1996 to today.


Dates and events are constantly updated on this website, stay tuned!

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