SAVIGNANO An exhibition space named after Werther Colonna, an industrialist known, loved and appreciated worldwide, who died at the age of 68 on October 23, 2019, opened in Borgo San Rocco on the first floor of Palazzo Don Baronio. place for art. We thank all the volunteers…
An exhibition space named after Werther Colonna, an industrialist known, loved and appreciated worldwide who died at the age of 68 on October 23, 2019, opened in Borgo San Rocco on the first floor of Palazzo Don Baronio. Alessio Tomei says: “It is a place for art. We thank all the volunteers who made this space possible. After the exhibition at Don Carlo Baronio on the ground floor, today the first floor dedicated to mobile exhibitions is being created. From a dream, from an idea, to requires the realization of this result Time, dedication and even money. Thank you to the volunteers who put their time and skills in the service of the Amici di Don Baronio and Savignano Association. Without supporters and donations we could not have made it. Thanks to those who support each month as often and as often as they can.” The new large space these days hosts one of the three exhibitions dedicated to Secondo Casadei on the fiftieth anniversary of his death and to Raúl Casadei, who passed away on March 13th. “This initiative makes me proud – said Mayor Filippo Giovannini – because it means our community is cohesive. It is a great honor for the city to name this space after Werther Colonna.”
Werther’s brother Vincenzo Colonna said he and the entire Colonna family are proud to dedicate this space to their relative. The project was implemented thanks to the support provided primarily by the families of Colonna and Toroni and then the Communities of the Diocese of Savignano and the Federation of Rubicone and Mare Municipalities in the Emilia-Romagna region.
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