The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce, together with its Quality Council (QC), is pleased to invite you to the fourth session of the seminar series “Corporate Communication Content” to be held on Thursday, March 16th, both online and offline in Shanghai.
The series is aimed at companies of industrial sectors wishing to gain a deeper understanding of the best marketing practices to promote their business in China. Each session features a single speaker sharing their experience and providing valuable insights on a significant marketing tool; our experts delve into the topics of marketing strategy, creative content creation and social media management, to name a few.
The fourth event of the series will be held with Davide Quadrio, Director of the MAO Museum of Asian Art in Turin as special guest, and Carlotta Godio, Co-Founder and GM at FLATMIND Productions as moderator.
"Between marketing and production.
Artistic content as a tool of market positioning"
Director of the MAO Museum of Asian Art in Turin
Davide Quadrio (b. 1970) is the Director of the MAO Museum of Asian Art in Turin, Italy. He has worked in China in the arts and culture for over two decades curating, producing and supporting the development of Contemporary Art in China. Alongside an entrepreneurial and organizational activity in the field of cultural production, Quadrio’s experience is fueled by a profound knowledge of the economic and international networking mechanisms supporting artistic production and communication.
In 1998 he founded the BizArt Art Center, the first not-for-profit lab in Shanghai that he directed for more than a decade. In 2007 Quadrio established Arthub, a production and curatorial proxy active in Asia and worldwide. From 2005 to 2008 he was the artistic director of Bund18 creative space in Shanghai. From 2013 and 2016 he was the curator for contemporary Art at the Aurora Museum in Shanghai. In 2015 he founded Kaleidoscope Asia, a sibling publication of Kaleidoscope Magazine. Since October 2020 he is visiting professor at Iuav, University of Venice in the Arts and Architectural department.
For over twenty years Quadrio has been producing and organizing hundreds of exhibitions, educational activities, concerts, film reviews, biennials, editorial works, workshops, and exchanges in Asia and abroad, developing relationships with local and foreign institutions.
Among the most recent activities and exhibitions: Buddha10, MAO Museum of Asian Art, Turin (through September 2023); Il Grande Vuoto, MAO, Turin (2022); Flu水o, the winning project of the Italian Council promoted by the Italian Ministry of Culture at Seosomun Shrine History Museum, Seoul (2022), Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan (2021); Hub India, Palazzo Madama, MAO, Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti, Artissima, Turin (2021); Gwangju Biennale, Korea (2021); Visions on the making, Italian Cultural Institute, New Delhi (2020); Temporary Shelter, Zhang Enli, Villa Borghese, Rome (2019); The Unicorn and the Dragon, Fondazione Querini Stampalia for the Venice Biennale (2013); Journeys Without Arrivals by Qiu Zhijie, Van Abbenmuseum, Centre d’Art Contemporaine de Geneve, Kunsthalle Lund (2017-18); Jingshen, the act of painting in Chinese Contemporary Art, PAC, Milan (2015); Paola Pivi Tulkus 1898-2018, Castello di Rivoli, Witte de With, Frac Dijon (2011-2015).
6:30-7:00 pm Registration
7:00-8:00 pm Lecture
8:00-9:00 pm Networking session
Date: Thursday, March 16th, 2023
Time: 6:30 - 9:00 pm (Beijing Time); 11:30 am - 14:00 pm (Rome Time)
Offline at FLATMIND Productions (Yuyao Road No. 420, Bldg. 1, Room 201, 200040, Shanghai / 余姚路420号1号楼201室)
Online via Zoom
Offline: 120 RMB for CCIC Members / 180 RMB for Non-Members
Online: Free of charge
Interested in joining? Click HERE to sign up!