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Tolerance at May Day Festival

I am happy to share with you that the Tolerance Poster Show which opened April 29th in Civitanova Marche was a part of their May Day Festival celebration.
 
At the celebration, among others, the mayor Fabrizio Ciarapica was present, as well as the deputy mayor Claudio Morresi, the vice-president of the city council Giorgio Pollastrelli, the city councilors Paola Campetelli, Paola Fontana, Piero Gismondi, together with the representatives of the Carabinieri, State Police, Guardia di Finanza, Captaincy of Port, Civil Protection.
 
The ceremony happened in different locations throughout the city. The final destination was the Cartacanta Festival exhibition of Tolerance Posters. This exhibition was created in collaboration with the Municipality of Civitanova, the MAGMA Museum and the Buon Vento Association.
 
This show was made possible through the relentless effort of Enrico Lattanzi, the director of MAGMA – Museo Archivio Grafica Manifesto.
Photos by Luigi Gasparroni.
 
You can see more photos and a video of the show here:
 

 

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