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The Professional Institute Boccioni-Fermi continues to show increasing commitment to social activities. In addition to the project “We for you…” that has been active for three years in Reggio Calabria, the Professional Institute has been awarded for having given its contribution at the outbreak of the war in Ukraine.
The school, led by Professor Anna Maria Cama, was awarded by two representatives of the Calabria delegation: the Vice Delegate Aurelio Badolati and the Vice Prior Monsignor Luigi Cannizzo.
In the presence of all the Management Staff, Prof. Roberto Verduci, Antonella Micalizzi, Vincenzina Granata, Mirella Praticò, Pietro Carlo, Angela Polimeni, Francesca Giuffrè, Margherita Ruffo, Dr. Umberto Boncompagni, the President of the Council of the Institute, the Vice Delegate Badolati pointed out the importance of the gesture made by the school and handed to the Director a publication entitled “Calabria Costantiniana” in which the activities, the donations and the charitable interventions carried out by the delegation in the years 2020-2021 are collected.

On Wednesday, April 12, a group of Knights of the Calabria Delegation attended the conference organized by the University of Tuscia and moderated by Prof. Paola Pogliani and Prof. Anna Arcudi, called “Behind the scenes of the restoration Giuditta and Holofernes” which took place inside the beautiful church of Maria SS del Rosario in Bagnara Calabra. The conference, in addition to a large audience, was attended by many authorities including the Mayor of Bagnara Calabra, the Superintendent of Archaeology Fine Arts and Landscape for the metropolitan city of Reggio Calabria and the province of Vibo Valentia, the Episcopal Vicar for the Pastoral Care of Culture of the Archdiocese of Reggio Calabria-Bova and the Director of the Office of Cultural Heritage of the Diocese of Reggio Calabria-Bova. The work of art in question depicts the famous biblical episode of the beheading of the general of Nebuchadnezzar, Holofernes, by the beautiful Judith that over the centuries has been depicted by artists such as Caravaggio, Artemisia Gentileschi and Guido Reni, just to name a few.

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