Nulla Dies Sine Linea

17th Edition of the Art and Spirituality Itinerary
Exhibition of contemporary art coordinated and promoted by the University Pastoral Centre and the Department of History, Archaeology and Art History

By P. Enzo Viscardi, Cecilia De Carli, Elena Di Raddo, Bianca Trevisan

The Catholic University of the Sacred Heart celebrates one hundred years since its foundation. On this occasion, the project Itineraries of Art and Spirituality, which has traditionally taken place at the Milan campus, extended its cultural offerings to all the University’s sites: Rome, Piacenza, Cremona and Brescia.

In a sign of sharing and the same sense of belonging to a University that has etched its name in history, the art exhibition extends throughout the University, in a choral participation in the initiative.

The artists in the exhibition Matteo Attruia, Gabriella Benedini, Filippo Berta, Giuseppe Buffoli, Letizia Cariello, Bruna Esposito, Armida Gandini, Marco Grasso, Caterina Morigi, Barbara Nahmad, Luca Pozzi, Alice Schivardi, Ivan Tresoldi, William Xerra offer an aesthetic interpretation of Pliny’s concept of “Nulla Dies Sine Linea”, expressed through
different sensitivities and expressed in a linguistic pluralism, as an invitation to reflect on perseverance and daily application.

The project Itineraries of Art and Spirituality is organised by:

Davide Amata, Arianna Sobilio Blancato, Giulia Corsaro, Elena De Panfilis, Maria Rita Dedè, Monica Di Matteo, Leonardo Dolce, Francesca Fimeroni, Maria Vittoria Mondini, Anita Papa, Filippo Rachelli, Beatrice Simaz, Marco Tariello, Letizia Tremolada

Info: itinerari.arte.spiritualita@gmail.com