Fondazione Giorgio Cini is a private research foundation, an internationally recognized cultural institution for studies and a venue for meetings and cultural debate. Its academic activities – research projects and events aimed at improving our knowledge of the world are followed by a highly cultivated and mature audience. With Invisible Lines, Fondazione Giorgio Cini intends to reach a new audience, discussing never-ending questions, such as spirituality and religion, through different languages and approaches.
Francesco Piraino, scientific director
Andrea Porcelluzzi, project coordinator
Matteo Stefanelli, scientific consultant
Baobab Books is a small, family-owned publishing house specialized in quality children's books and illustration, initiator and organizer of numerous book culture events, of which the most important is the yearly Tabook Festival. Baobab is a key actor to address the Comics and Illustration sector in Eastern Europe.
Tereza Horváthová, project manager and communication manager
Markéta Oukropcová, project assistant
Bara Cermakova, financial manager
Central Vapeur is a not-for-profit artists association based in Strasbourg, made up of professional illustrators, publishers, designers, and educators, engaged in raising the standing of illustration. To further its progress in these fields, it also offers professional services: Central Vapeur PRO.
Fabien Texier, project manager
Lisa Hollender, project assistant
Noemie Bernardot, financial manager
Eloise Rey, communication manager
Hamelin is a cultural association for cultural promotion and audience development, working with children and adolescents. Hamelin organizes reading courses and comics workshops for schools, conferences, exhibitions and educational projects. Their experience and organizational skills will contribute to the development of a high-quality dissemination and a focused approach toward audience involvement.
Roberta Contarini, graphic designer
Barbara Facchinetti, social graphic designer
Andrea Martini, web designer