ARTiculation is delighted to be collaborating with the British Council for ARTiculation Italia. The competition is open to all students aged 16 to 19 years. Participants are asked to give a 5 to 10 presentation in English about a work of art, architecture or an artefact.
ARTiculation Italia 2018
Tuesday 27 March 2018, 2.30pm
Liceo Artistico Umberto Boccioni, Milano
Adjudicated by Jeremy Boudreau, Head of History of Art, The British Institute of Florence
Congratulations to student speakers: Andrea Giussani, Chiara Pezzano, Elisa Anceschi, Marco Conti, Corinna Longoni and Giulia Longoni.
Thank you to their teachers Chiara Valle, from Collegio Villoresi San Giuseppe, Monza, Sabina Moscatelli from Artistico Lucio Fontana, Arese and Isabella Baldi and Giulia Del Pittore from Liceo Artistico Statale Umberto Boccioni, Milan.
1st Prize: Marco Conti for his presentation on ‘Silence of Communication’
2nd Prize: Corinna Longoni for her presentation on Yuli Rybakov, ‘Big Brother’
3rd Prize: Chiara Pezzano for her presentation on Giorgio Andreotta Calo, Senza Titolo (La Fine del Mondo)
ARTiculation Italia 2017
Monday 3rd April 2017
Palazzo Strozzi, Florence
Adjudicated by Mario Codoganto, art historian and curator
HRH The Prince of Wales presented ARTiculation awards to the 7 Finalists.
7 Italian students took part from the following schools:
Liceo Scientifico “C. Urbani”, San Giorgio a Cremano, Napoli
Liceo Artistico “A. Gentileschi”, Carrara
Liceo Linguistico “I. Calvino”, Città della Pieve
Convitto Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele II Liceo Classico Europeo, Roma
Liceo Classico-Linguistico “Chiabrera”, Savona
Liceo Linguistico “C. Amoretti”, Imperia
Liceo Scientifico “G.Galilei”, Tuscania
First place was awarded to Ilaria Cendret for her presentation on Tracey Emin.
Second place was awarded to Beatrice Novaro for her presentation on Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Third place to Suela Ajdini for her presentation on Gilbert & George
ARTiculation Italia 2016
Selected Finalists were asked to deliver their presentation at the British School at Rome on Friday 11 March 2016 adjudicated by Andrea Rose OBE CMG, art historian and former Director of Visual Arts at the British Council.
First place was awarded to Maria Nyana’aar for her presentation on Chris Ofili
Second place was awarded to Alessandro Petroni for his presentation on Antony Gormley
Third place was awarded to Natasha Vagnarelli for her presentation on Helen Sear
With thanks to participating schools: Convitto Nazionale Vittorio Emanuele II Liceo Classico Europeo,Roma; Liceo classico San Raffaele, Milano; Licei “Manzoni” Liceo Musicale, Varese; Liceo L. Fontana Liceo Artistico, Arese; Fausto Melotti Liceo Artistico, Como, Cantù and St George’s British International School, Rome
The British Council provided free learning materials on request.
For further information please see the British Council website here