Join us Wednesday, 30 October starting at 16:00 for the presentation of the project “Cura, cultura e bellezza. Prevenzione: il ruolo delle terapie integrate” (“Health, culture and beauty. Prevention: the role of integrated therapies”), marking the expansion of the collaboration between the MiBAC and Komen Italia with the Parco archeologico del Colosseo with a three-year operational act.
The project is based on the awareness that art, highest expression of the search for beauty in all its forms, can be part of an integrated approach with medical science to improve cancer patients’ quality of life. Recent studies have in fact confirmed that proximity to a work of art can help reduce the feelings of stress and depression that often affect people living with cancer, and can improve their ability to recover and their overall quality of life.
The Parco archeologico del Colosseo has already been working for several months in this direction with the Park-in-PArCo Project (designed for those affected by Parkinson’s Disease), which culminated in May 2019 with the Salus per Artem conference.
The project is committed to organizing theoretic and practical educational workshops every three months on a specific complementary therapy.
16:00 — Temple of Divus Iulius: performance of “Palmira” (by Riccardo Vannuccini)
Followed by — Curia Iulia: Presentation of the project “Cura, cultura e bellezza. Prevenzione: il ruolo delle terapie integrate”
Introduction by Riccardo Masetti (Director, Centro Integrated di Senologia Fondazione Policlinico Gemelli IRCCS – Rome – President, Susan G. Komen Italia)
Moderation by Maurizio Mannoni (RAI journalist and host of Linea Notte)
Alfonsina Russo (Director, Parco Archeologico del Colosseo)
Marina Giuseppone (Director, General Direction General Organization – MiBACT)
Daniela Terribile (Mastological surgeon, Centro Integrato di Senologia, Fondazione Policlinico Gemelli IRCCS – Rome – Vice president, Susan G. Komen Italia)
Stefano Magno (Mastological surgeon, Service manager of integrated therapies, Centro Integrato di Senologia, Fondazione Policlinico Gemelli IRCCS – Rome)
Matilde D’Errico (Author and television director)
Free entry upon display of event invitation, via Largo della Salara Vecchia.
Limited capacity in the Curia Iulia (seating for 100, standing room for 30).