-The new poster of the Juvecaserta season ticket campaign bears the signature of the students of the Liceo Artistico “San Leucio”. «We are really proud – said the head teacher Immacolata Nespoli – to be part of such an important project. We are grateful to Andrea Di Nino, new general manager of Juvecaserta, for having thought of us, for having strengthened our bond with the city and the Royal Palace ». A painting by Hackert, “The harvest in San Leucio”, exhibited in the Royal Palace, has become a basketball court animated by virtual players in the bucolic scenery of an eighteenth-century Caserta. Thus, art meets school, together they meet sport to sow sharing and civic sense and belonging. «Every museum – said the director of the palace, Tiziana Maffei at the presentation of the event – is a social work like sport; the combination of Juvecaserta – Reggia confirms the city’s desire to create a network, also enhancing spaces and works that belong to its history such as the painting that forms the background of the season ticket campaign and that represents a harvest in San Leucio reworked on a computer ». A network that sees the San Leucio Art School at the forefront. The graphic project was coordinated by professor Francesco Capasso, a long-time and renowned artist, who took the solicitation that came from Di Nino and lit, as he likes to say, the fuse in his students of the current fifth C. ” Di Nino, a visionary – explains Capasso – asked us to include in the painting, in a kind of temporal short circuit, some players with team suits who are training. The claim Campagna felix is also due to him. Our students have translated their idea through the use of post production of images and digital painting that I have been teaching them for some time. Their commitment continued beyond classes throughout the summer. The contribution of Andrea Agnello was precious ».
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