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Isola Social Cersaie. After the success of the 2016 first edition, WEBLOG goes back to Cersaie with Isola Social, in collaboration with Il Bagno Oggi e Domani.
Me, Nora, Elisabetta, Bagi, Simona and Davide. In other words, almost everyone from the WEBLOG team; this year we’ll be collaborating again with the editorial staff of Il Bagno Oggi e Domani.
A social livestream, a way to share what’s happening at the exhibition in real time. Day after day, stand after stand, we’ll be looking for the most original settings and the most innovative products; we’ll meet with the visitors and try to show in real time the world of Cersaie.
At Cersaie, the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings. To be more precise, within the framework of the exhibition-event “MILLELUCI”, curated by Davide Vercelli and Angelo Dall’Aglio.
The exhibition is inspired by the legendary Italian variety show hosted by Mina and Raffaella Carrà in 1974 and it will be divided into ten thematic settings, each tied to a specific film or theatre genre, mimicking the way Milleluci used to present 8 different episodes, each dedicated to a specific theme.
25-29 September. 24 hours a day (almost).
Because Cersaie is a thousand-texture exhibition worth sharing. Because these past few years I’ve learnt that working on my own is beautiful, but sharing a passion is something precious. And because last year we had lots of fun and we achieved surprising results. c
How to take part to Isola Social Cersaie?
There are three ways to take part in our livestream this year:
- By becoming a part of Millevolti, a photographic tale by Davide Buscaglia
- Getting to know more closely some of the companies we’ll be presenting you during our Social Tour, with the possibility to know their products and share your opinions.
- By using our #
#CERSAIElive #WEBLOGcersaie #ILBAGNOcersaie
If you’re interested in one of the first two points write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org: I’ll be happy to let you know how to proceed.
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