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To celebrate a milestone 10th anniversary in 2016, EDG will release more than 20 new exhibitions in the sciences, arts, history, and modern culture to enhance your cultural institution's programming. Continuing the tradition of presenting on-mission and crowd-drawing exhibitions, EDG is delighted to offer affordable and flexible exhibitions in a variety of disciplines.
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Italian Entertainment Network (IEN). IEN is a major Italian company that works to give value to Italian cultural heritage through different activities from media content production and organization, to the promotion and management of cultural, public, corporate and private events. We celebrate this announcement with the release of 14 scholarly and entertaining exhibitions in the sciences, arts, history, and modern culture.
Pompeii: Chronicles of an Eternal Culture is a beautiful exhibition that focuses on the everyday life of the ancient city, revealing a lifestyle that was worth the risk of living in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. In addition to providing an emotional experience of the devastation of Pompeii, the exhibition focuses on the technological, scientific, and cultural achievements of an advanced civilization from a humanizing perspective. The LACMA was the only US institution to host Pompeii during its world tour in 1999 which recieved raving reviews for its approach to Pompeii as a city before the devastating eruption.
Galileo’s Telescope: the Instrument that Changed the World, features one of Galileo’s original telescopes, which he utilized in correcting common knowledge of the solar system. The exhibition also explores Galileo’s life and other tools utilized by the great scientists of the Italian Renaissance to explore and investigate the world around us. Galileo’s Telescope is a revival of Galileo, the Medici and the Age of Astronomy exhibition which enjoyed a very successful premiere at the Franklin Institute in 2009.
Thanks to this collaboration between EDG and IEN, we are now making these bold and exciting exhibitions and many more available to your institution.
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