Debate and discussion on the filing model of Street Art works and the latest manifestations of Urban Art

Roundtable discussion:

Debate and discussion on the filing model of Street Art works and the latest manifestations of Urban Art

September 30, 2022 – 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Department of literary, philosophical and art history studies

Building B, 1st floor – Humanities Macro Area

University of Rome “Tor Vergata “

Columbia Street 1


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As part of the master’s degree “New technologies for communication, cultural management and art history education: for immersive and multisensory enjoyment of Cultural Heritage” – MANT of the Department of Literary, Philosophical and Art History Studies at the University of Rome Tor Vergata (three-year period 2019-2022), coordinated by Prof. Carmelo Occhipinti, the project “STREET ART IN THE PROVINCE” conceived and implemented by Simonetta Baroni (Coordination and conception of the model for filing works of urban creativity) and Federica Bertini (Coordination and conception of the Project “Street Art in the Province”) with the collaboration of the working group formed by Francesca Colonnelli (Communication coordination, design and implementation of typhlodidactic materials) , Serena Nardoni (Coordination and consulting on the issues of digitization, copyright and the legality of urban art) , Manuel Grillo (Artistic consulting and coordination graphic design for digital model processing and 3D printing) and Manuel Onorati (Realization and programming of cataloging computer systems).

The main objective of the Project is to census and catalog the different languages of urban art, found in the municipalities and small villages of Latium, through a specific historical-critical filing model, developed by comparing different filing systems of the Central Institute for Catalogue and Documentation (ICCD).

In this investigation, a space is reserved for documenting the information acquired through in discussion with the artists and citizens, witnesses of the historical identity of the places, according to a socio-anthropological vision essential for a proper understanding of the works.

The research work is also designed to make this heritage accessible to people with sensory disabilities with special attention to the blind through the application of a tactile-sensory descriptive model of the works and the support of typhlodidactic materials.

It is also planned to develop a database for the collection of cataloging data and a web platform to enable systematic territorial monitoring of artisticinterventions.

The round table stems from the need to initiate a confrontation and exchange with different institutional realities in order to address, from different points of view, the complex phenomenon of urban creativity, placing at the center the analysis of filing models according to a scientific approach capable of cataloging the different specificities of this artistic language in continuous transformation.

Speakers will include:


13,15 – 13,30

Carmelo Occhipinti – Lecturer in Museology and Art and Restoration Criticism; MANT Master Coordinator, University of Rome Tor Vergata.



13,30 – 13,50

Street Art Project in the Province, profiles of legality and database.

Federica Bertini – Art historian, adjunct professor – University of Rome “Tor Vergata”;

Serena Nardoni – Piselli & Partners law firm, adjunct professor -University of Rome “Tor Vergata”

Manuel Onorati – President Cus Roma Tor Vergata, adjunct professor -University of Rome “Tor Vergata”


13,50 – 14,15
Street Art Project in the Province: a model for filing.

Simonetta Baroni – Art historian, adjunct professor University of Rome “Tor Vergata”



Simonetta Baroni moderates

14,15 – 14,30
Telling an artwork in an inclusive way.

Monica Bernacchia – Communications Manager Omero State Tactile Museum


14,30 – 14,45
The ‘Contemporary Art in the Catalogue of Cultural Heritage: methodology and tools for knowledge, protection, enhancement and fruition

Maria Letizia Mancinelli – Head of the Standards and Methodologies Service;

Emanuela Garrone – ICCD Contact Person for Contemporary Art.


14,45 – 15,00:
The Lazio Region and the promotion of street art: the regional law



15.00 – 15.15: Street Art as an element of urban redevelopment.

Giovanna Alberta Campitelli – ICOM Lazio coordinator.


15:15 – 15,30:
‘StationArti’ Project – Arsoli station revived in Art.

Eclario Barone – Visual artist, professor of Painting and Di segno at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.


15,30 – 15,45: Emotional diversity and aesthetic experience. Methodological insights and hypotheses for documenting emotional reading in art object cataloging.

Maria Cristina Fortunati – Lecturer, Art Historian, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”.


15.45 – 16.00: Digital fabrication for Art

Francesca Colonnelli – communication coordination, design and implementation of tiflodidactic materials, Head of Cornelia Association

Manuel Grillo – Digital and street artist, adjunct professor University of Rome “Tor Vergata”



Working table: 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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