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CORPORAZIONE DELLE A.R.T.I.

Via della Palancola, 4
50133 FIRENZE
info@corporazionedellearti.it
Tel +39 338 746 3360

“La Corporazione delle Arti, a professional association under Law 4/2013, unites, protects, safeguards and regulates the profession of teaching the Arts of Thread. More seriousness and less improvisation are essential if our experience is to be considered a profession. The founding members have many decades of experience as teachers, with roots firmly planted in the tradition of which they know every aspect, but looking to the future to safeguard and pass on their knowledge. The Guild is open to anyone, without distinction, who is already – or wishes to become – a teacher of the Arts of Thread.”
Adriana Armanni
LINK: http://www.corporazionedellearti.it/

GEAPOLIS

Via Maternum 281
01010 Piansano (VT)
segreteria@geapolis.it

Culture, training, lifelong learning of adults.
LINK: https://geapolis.eu/step-by-step-geapolis-giuliana-ricama-networking/

ABILMENTE e GIULIANA RICAMA: progetto #Instaembroidery

After browsing the now very popular social networking site Instagram, we discovered a world of young embroiderers who present themselves through this social networking site under the hashtag #instaembroidery. We first created a dedicated section in our magazine and then, with Abilmente, we created a project to involve these young Italian artists who come to exhibit their creations and make themselves known during Abilmente Vicenza Autunno in the pavilion dedicated to embroidery. This creates a fantastic continuity between tradition and innovation.
LINK: https://www.abilmente.org/it/vicenza/mostre-installazioni/instaembroidery

NUOVA S1

via Albertazzi 6/5, 40137 BOLOGNA
Telefono e fax: 051-346050
Info@nuovas1.it

An independent publishing house in Bologna, Nuova S1 has created the “Merletti e Ricami” series for all lovers of the ancient arts of lace and embroidery. This series includes a wide range of manuals that guide experts and beginners in the practice of the most famous techniques of the Italian tradition and a series of essays that allow the reader to know the origins of these arts within their historical and social context.
LINK: http://www.nuovas1.it/categoria-prodotto/merletti-e-ricami/

PROFESSORESSA LUCIA MANGIAFICO GIANNI

“Mani D’Oro Onlus”
Solarino (SR)
Onlusmanidoro@hotmail.it

Teacher, president of Mani D’Oro Onlus, Director of the Lace and Embroidery Museum in Solarino (SR), she has always been committed to spreading culture, tradition and beauty, starting with young people.

MORELLO PECCHIOLI

Villafranca di Verona (VR)

Professional journalist, head service of L’Arena.
Honorary Academician at the Academy of Italian Cuisine, Honorary Sommelier at the Italian Sommelier Association, writer of numerous books on food and wine, winner of the International Award “Ischia per la Narrazione Enogastronomica”.
He currently writes in: L’Arena, Civiltà della Tavola, La Verità di M.Belpietro, Vital and Vinaeti

ROSSELLA LAVARINI – Manufacta, PerCORSI tra i Fili

Via Cadrega, 6 – 37124 Verona

Telefono +39 393.9205060
rossella@manufacta.it www.manufacta.it
Embroidery, knotting, weaving. Handmade, courses for children, young people and adults. A creative alternative in Verona

ABILMENTE e GIULIANA RICAMA: progetto #Instaembroidery

ABILMENTE di ITALIAN EXIBITION GROUP
Via Emilia 155, 47921 Rimini

Telefono +39 393.9205060
https://www.abilmente.org/it/vicenza/mostre-installazioni/instaembroidery
After browsing the now very popular social networking site Instagram, we discovered a world of young embroiderers who present themselves through this social networking site under the hashtag #instaembroidery. We first created a dedicated section in our magazine and then, with Abilmente, we created a project to involve these young Italian artists who come to exhibit their creations and make themselves known during Abilmente Vicenza Autunno in the pavilion dedicated to embroidery. This creates a fantastic continuity between tradition and innovation.

Dear readers,
Today we have to communicate some sad news to you.
Unfortunately, despite the efforts of the company, the investments made and the commitment of our team, we have to face reality: the production costs of the magazine have been exceeding the receipts for too long.
We regret having to inform you that Giuliana Ricama will close and the last printed issue will be edition no. 47 of July-August 2022.
As we all know, passion is not enough and it is essential for a company to make ends meet.
We had embarked on the path of the English version thinking that we could, perhaps naively, fascinate foreign embroiderers with Italian embroidery techniques, but we encountered great difficulties.
Some people have always shown great confidence in Giuliana Ricama, and have supported and promoted it with great enthusiasm and perseverance. We can only be grateful to all of them, as well as to all our readers.
We ask those who have active subscriptions to wait for our communication which will be sent by email for the management of the remaining copies by the end of June.
Please do not worry, the situation will be under control and handled responsibly.
With great disappointment,
a hug from all the staff