Projects carried out by the MO

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  • Ara Pacis Augustae Museum: production of six relief drawings and related audio descriptions for blind and visually impaired visitors for the photographic exhibition of Robert Doisneau.


  • E-Archeo, Project, Ales-spa: scientific advisory, supervision on texts and production of relief drawings for the multimedial tactile station “The grave home of the Etruscan”, in the Mengarelli Room – Necropolis of the Banditaccia, in Cerveteri.
  • Opera Education: production of three relief paintings of three scenes of the play Giovanna “D’arco”.
  • Veneto’s museum center: study, project and realization of relief drawings on microcapsuled paper with furnace technique for: The Oriental Arts Museum (paintings of Hiroshige and Kakemono); Museum of Palazzo Grimani (Foliage Room, series of details of the parietal decorations; Chamber of Apollo, the four scenes of Apollo and Marsia; a general view of the frescos and an enlargement of the central rose window; Chamber of Psyche, series of details of the parietal decorations);
  • M.A.R.T.: study and project of the translation in plastic high relief from Fortunato Depero’s painting “Movimento d’uccello” (Bird Movement) of 1916. The sculpture was realized in waterproof resin;
  • Fondazione Tercas in Teramo: production of a series of typhlodidactic supports of a sampling of artworks of its collection. High relief in waterproof and fireproof resin, tactile translations of the painting “Cardinal Giulio Acquaviva from Aragon”, C. XVI, of the pharmacy jar made of hand-painted polished majolica representing Feminine faces and vegetal and geometrical themed motifs, c. XVI, of the wide-brimmed plate made with polished majolica representing Cherubs on a goat, by an Anonymous from the Manifattura Castelli, 1970/’99. Relief drawings on microcapsule paper, translation of Guido Montaiuti’s painting called Paesaggio (Scenery), 1973; of the pharmacy jar in polished majolica showing Lucrezia’s suicide, by Orazio from Pompei’s wokshop, c. XVI, of the scene on a tile in polished majolica, Country scene with figures, by Anonymous from Manifattura Castelli, c. XVIII;
  • ArteConNoi (ArtWithUs): relief drawings of boards representing the church’s map.
  • Il Cassero for Sculpture: Consulting and supervision on audio descriptions of sculptures made for the blind and visually impaired.  
  • InclusivOpera Project: For Macerata’s Sferisterio, relief drawings of the sketches of Aida’s scenes.
  • Castel Sant’Angelo, Rome, exhibition Will the world save beauty?, production of  four relief tactile translations on microcapsule paper; creation of eight captions created with Braille hand-made translation on a special support made of “crystal” transparent adhesive acetate, mechanical Braille transcription (Braille printer) of the panels’ texts o single paper sheets.


  • Historian SAGL: project of translation in plastic high relief from the original xylography from Salvador Dalì, The Reign of the Penitents of 1964. The sculpture is made of waterproof and fireproof resin.
  • Centro Trevi (TREVILAB)in Bolzano, “RAPHAEL exhibition of woven masterpieces in Bolzano” – creation of a reduced-scale relief print, Braille didactic aids, a reproduction of the bust of the Lady of Urbino from the Museo Omero’s collection and a resin bas-relief of a painting by Raphael “Portrait of a Gentlewoman”, also known as “La Muta”.
  • InclusivOpera Project – relief panels for the opera Carmen at the Teatro di Fano and for Don Giovanni at the Macerata Opera Festival.
  • Associazione Italia Langobardorum Touching the Lombards with your Hands project and exhibition -Scientific/technical supervision regarding the selection of works for the tactile pathway and accessibility for blind and partially-sighted people.
  • The three graces with a cupid by Canova commissioned by Sig. Fabris for the Museo Bassano.


  • Macerata Opera Festival, Sferisterio 2019 – relief drawings on microcapsule paper of the stage sets for the operas in the programme (Carmen, Rigoletto and Macbeth) as aids for blind and partially-sighted people.
  • The Zetema Foundation, Museo delle Mura, Rome – supervising the transcription of the mosaics into tactile drawings to increase the accessibility of the museum itinerary
  • Istituto superiore G.A. Pujati, Sacile, Pordenone – two relief drawings for a visually impaired pupil (who is helped by her support teacher, Viviana Cervo) as an addition to her educational programme (“Freedom” by Delacroix, The “Raft of the Medusa” by Gericault)
  • The Diocesan Museum of Nola, commissioned by the Meridies Association – the creation of relief drawings of five paintings in their collection, for typhlo-pedagogical purposes
  • Teatro Regio, Parma – relief drawings of the theatre, the auditorium and the sets for an opera (in collaboration with the INCLUSIVOPERA project of the Sferisterio, Macerata)
  • V.A.M.I. / Palazzo Borghese, Roma – relief drawings of the facade and other architectural details, drawing of the exhibition hall and corresponding captions
  • Egyptian Museum of Cairo, Egypt – relief drawing of the museum plan and corresponding captions in Braille


  • Museo Nazionale Romano at the Terme di Diocleziano, Rome – creation of texts in Braille on paper, using an Everest automatic machine, for blind visitors;
  • Villa d’Este, Tivoli – creation of typhlo-didactic materials to improve the usability of a path in the gardens of the villa
  • San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome, Soprintendenza Speciale archeologia, belle arti e paesaggio di Roma – scientific support for the creation of the “Paths beyond the visible in San Pietro in Vincoli” visual-tactile exhibition
  • Macerata Opera Festival, Sferisterio 2018 – relief drawings on microcapsule paper showing the settings of the operas in the programme – The Magic Flute, L’Elisir d’amore, La Traviata – as aids for visually disabled people
  • M.a.r.t. di Rovereto, contact person Ornella Dossi – the creation of a sculptural high relief as a 3D reinterpretation of a painting by Carlo Carrà, “The daughters of Loth”, in white fireproof resin, as an aid for visitors with visual disabilities


  • Exhibition on the Rocche Marchigiane, at the Castle of Frontone (Province of Pesaro-Urbino), organized by Coop onlus Opera – creation of texts transcribed into Braille to accompany the scale models of the fortresses
  • Zetema Foundation, Macro Roma – tactile pathways and labelling for the touchable works in the Museum Room: Braille transcriptions of the descriptions and texts on to paper and the corresponding captions on to acetate
  • Presentation of the catalogue raisonné on Giorgio Morandi by Marilena Pasquali, at the Conference Room of the Museo Omero – creation of a panel with a tactile drawing on microcapsule paper as an aid for blind participants
  • Zetema Foundation, Centrale Montemartini, Rome – typhlo-didactic notebook with numerous relief drawings (Minolta oven technique) of the Roman mosaic of the Rape of Proserpine
  • Fondazione Zetema, Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome – translation into a relief drawing of Giorgio De Chirico’s painting “Cavalli sul mare” (Minolta oven technique)
  • Fondazione Zetema, Museo di Roma, Palazzo Braschi, Rome
    transcription of labels for the tactile path into Braille and construction of a scale model of the facade of the Casino del Bufalo on the basis of the only surviving evidence, a 19th century drawing. The 3D model was constructed out of various materials and then coloured
  • Museo Gallerie d’Italia, Palazzo Zevallos, Napoli, painting by Artemisia Gentileschi – creation of a panel with a relief tactile drawing on microcapsule paper reproducing the content of the painting for blind visitors
  • Poiesis, Rose window of the Cathedral of Santa Croce in Lecce as a tactile model to be exhibited in the Cathedral Museum – creation of a large three-dimensional model, in high relief, reproducing a scale, volumetric version of the Rose window of the Cathedral of Santa Croce in Lecce; it is mainly constructed out of coloured resin and wood
  • Museo delle Civiltà, Museo Nazionale dell’Alto Medioevo –
    : transcription in Braille of texts from the Collection on to paper (Everest automatic machine) and the corresponding texts on the panels on to transparent acetate
  • Casina del Lago in Villa Borghese, Rome – creation of texts in Braille on paper by Everest automatic machine for blind visitors
  • Turismo in Langa, Alba, Piedmont – creation of texts transcribed in Braille on to special transparent acetate sheets and adhesive to be used as support for blind visitors
  • Macerata Opera Festival, Sferisterio 2017 – creation of panels with relief drawings on microcapsule paper, showing the settings of the programmed operas (Aida, Madama Butterfly and Turandot) as aids for users with visual disabilities
  • Consultancy on improving access for visually disabled people to various cultural sites – the Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni culturali, the Museum of Civilization, the National Museum in Rome, the Soprintendenza archeologica of Lazio and Southern Etruria, the Sanctuary of Ercole vincitore, Tivoli)
  • Soprintendenza speciale for the Colosseum and the Central Archaeological area of ​​Rome – supervision of accessibility for visually disabled people relating to the preparation of a tactile path to be created within the Roman Forum – Palatine Hill archaeological area


  • Pinacoteca Civica, Ancona – production of a life-sized high-relief copy in resin of Caravaggio’s painting “Boy bitten by a green lizard”, following to the guidelines required to obtain an optimal tactile exploration by blind and partially-sighted visitors, as well as a caption in large print and Braille
  • Museo della Città, Ancona: 5 panels with relief drawings on microcapsule paper, of selected coins (front / back, larger than the originals) for the “Le Monete di Ancona” exhibition
  • Macerata Opera Festival, “Opera with eyes closed” Sferisterio di Macerata – the creation of panels with relief drawings on microcapsule paper, showing the plan of the Sferisterio and the settings of the operas in the programme. These panels are specially designed for visitors with visual disabilities to enable them to understand the settings and musical instruments used in the operas
  • Museo Nazionale Romano at the Terme di Diocleziano, Rome: International Conference on Museology “Chronos, Kairòs, Aion”, The time of museums – production of typhlo-didactic aids, such as texts in Braille, tactile drawings, tactile maps and a model.


  • Regione Marche, Progetto “Il Museo di tutti e per tutti” – training course for operators and provision of typhlo-didactic aids: relief drawings, high reliefs in resin, publications in Braille and accessible captions using the n.f.c. (Near Field Communication) system. Various regional cultural organization joined the Project including the Civic Museums of Camerino, Civitanova Marche, Macerata, Montefortino, Pesaro, Fermo and Ascoli Piceno
  • Urbino, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche – the creation of three life-size high-relief versions in resin of three paintings: The Madonna of Senigallia, La Muta and The Ideal City; relief panels (drawings) and reproductions on microcapsule paper of the Camino degli angeli (the fireplace in the Hall of Angels), plans of the Museum, a plan of its urban context, the facade of the Ducal Palace; a Braille publication complete with tactile illustrations of the Gallery; captions on exhibition quality Forex in black and Braille, that use the nfc system
  • Pesaro, Domus di via dell’Abbondanza – a large consignment of relief drawings (Minolta oven technique), captions in Braille and a tactile relief map in clay, for the purpose of rendering the entire archaeological area accessible
  • Sferisterio di Macerata – the creation of relief drawings of some of the opera sets (Rigoletto and La Bohème) and a relief map of the Sferisterio itself in order to make them accessible to blind users
  • Gabriella Pellitteri (a private commission) – the translation of a famous painting depicting the profile of Dante Alighieri into a relief drawing and prints of it
  • Museo del Balì – the creation of relief drawings of the constellations
  • Fondazione Zetema: the production and printing of plaques in Braille


  • Museo di Castelfiorentino – the creation of some relief panels (drawings) in order to make some of their important works accessible
  • Arteconnoi – relief prints on microcapsule paper of drawings provided by them
  • Carmela Monteleone (a private commission) – the creation of relief panels from a painting by Klimt, “The Tree of Life” in two different versions and prints of them on microcapsule paper


  • POIESIS – Association for Social Promotion, Copertino (Lecce) – relief drawings of maps of the places used for their conference, and prints of them, to facilitate access to the meeting
  • Opera del Duomo di Orvieto – the creation of audio-visual material, relief drawings, publications in Braille, etc. – for improved access to cultural heritage
  • Galleria Moderna di Milano – the creation of relief-panel translations of some of their paintings

2012 – 2005

  • Palazzo Strozzi – Florence
  • “Selva di Gallignano” Botanical Garden, Ancona – Università Politecnica delle Marche
  • Comune di Colbordolo
  • Museo della Città e del Territorio, Comune di Corato
  • Pinacoteca, Ascoli Piceno – Relief translation of three works by Osvaldo Licini
  • Banco di Sicilia
  • “Tocco quindi vedo” Centro Internazionale del Libro Parlato, Feltre
  • Progetto Accessibilità turistica Marca anconetana
  • Museo dell’Opera, Pisa Cathedral
  • ICPL: Museo dell’Istituto centrale di patologia del libro
  • “Arte dentro l’arte” project in collaboration with the Faculty of Engineering of the Università Politecnica delle Marche (DARDUS – Dipartimento architettura rilievo disegno urbanistica storia) and the Ufficio scolastico Regionale
  • The “Bright Ubuntu” project in collaboration with the Faculty of Agriculture of the Università Politecnica delle Marche (DIIGA Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica, Gestionale e dell’Automazione)
  • Confindustria and Regione Marche for the “Oscar dei sapori 2007” accessible tourism project
  • iGuzzini and the Istituto Centrale per il Restauro for the “Conoscere la forma: il Satiro danzante di Mazara del Vallo” project
  • Museo Civico, Ragogna
  • Museo del Territorio di San Daniele, Friuli
  • Museo d’arte e della medaglia della città di Buja
  • Musei Piceni (Offida, Ripastransone, Monte Fiore dell’Aso and Monte Rubbiano)
  • Rocca Roveresca, Senigallia.