Research Affiliate at MIT ACT

April 4, 2024
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Appointments
April 4, 2024
Appointments

Giuliano Picchi was appointed a Research Affiliate at the MIT Art, Culture, and Technology (ACT) program. The ACT program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, situated within the School of Architecture and Planning, stands out for its focus on critical art practices and discourse. Led by renowned artist-professors, ACT provides a platform for graduate students, visiting artists, and affiliates to engage in education that intersects with public events, exhibitions, and publications. This initiative explores the nuanced relationships between art, culture, and technology, aiming to challenge and redefine the boundaries of artistic research and learning. It does not mirror traditional art schools but promotes a critical examination of what art can contribute to contemporary culture, within an environment rich with interdisciplinary collaboration across art, science, and design.

Appointments
Appointments

Cultural Entrepreneur in Residence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

October 20, 2023

Appointments
Appointments

Fellow at Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences

August 4, 2023

Conference
Conference

22nd International Conference on Cultural Economics

June 30, 2023

Peer-reviewed publication
Peer-reviewed publication

Business models of contemporary art galleries and art fair influence: A thematic synthesis of the literature

May 21, 2023

Academic Research
Academic Research

Gatekeepers in the Art Market

February 17, 2023

Conference
Conference

Cases for Culture at Harvard University

December 9, 2022

Expertise

Insights

Giuliano Picchi is a cultural manager, creative economy specialist, researcher, author, and founder, driven by the belief that the arts and culture are main forces of change and growth at a global level.

MISSION

To contribute as a global, active citizen to the development, growth, and progress of our societies.

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