From 10 May to 7 October 2018 the Collezione di Anatomia Comparata hosts the exhibition Fabulares Creaturae dedicated to the projects made by the students of the Academy of Fine Arts of Brescia SantaGiulia.
The students of the first and second year of the schools of Painting and Sculpture have realized some sanguines on paper representing parts of the skeleton of some mythological figures, developed starting from the insights made during the year on human and animals skeletons, both living and extinct. They are: Vera Berardi, Andrea Cigala, Giulia Ferretti, Martina Firinu, Cecilia Galli, Mariateresa Greco, Elena Monaco, Michele Morosini, Erica Ortelli, Andrea Previtali, Letizia Renis, Chadi Reda, Valentina Regola, Giovanni Rossi.
The students of the first, second and third years of the School of New Technologies of the Arts, by their side, have been involved in designing the models of the skeletons and their 3D printing and they are: Lorenzo Albertini, Filippo Bonazzoli, Daniele Di Donato, Sara Grande, Andrea Liberini, Celeste Lombardi, Lorenzo Noventa, Andrea Pennati, Raffaele Superti, Daniele Trebeschi, Roberto Vergine.
Finally, three students, coming from different paths, have created the explanatory website of the exhibition and of the project as a whole: Francesco Dal Bello, Michele Del Pin and Anna Finocchio
The courses of study were coordinated by Prof. Adriano Rossoni, supported by the student Giuseppe Manfredi, referent of the project for the schools.
Event hours from Monday to Friday: 9am - 1pm Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10am - 6pm. From 1 June to 31 August from Monday to Friday: 10am - 1pm Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10am - 6pm. Closing days: 15 August
from Monday to Friday: 9am - 1pm Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10am - 6pm. From 1 June to 31 August from Monday to Friday: 10am - 1pm Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 10am - 6pm. Closing days: 15 August