The complex relationship of artists, and more generally of workers in the Cultural and Creative Industry, with the regulation of their work seems to have reached a turning point in our country.
Undoubtedly, artists active in the performing arts sector, and many workers who belong to the composite category of cultural workers, with frequency have encountered a strenuous assertion of their professionalism, often with little recognition, and for many professions contractual stabilization, the lack of which or inadequacy of which results in incongruity of remuneration, is for many a chimera. The contrast between highly skilled work on the one hand and frequent framing in precarious forms of employment is generally jarring.
Legislative, contractual, social security, artistic, managerial and fundraising aspects, with their interconnections, all contribute to the definition of artistic labor relations and will be the subject of our meeting, to be held on Friday, February 18, 2022, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Sala Napoleonica, via Sant’Antonio 12.
Daniele Abbado – Conductor and artistic director
Giorgio Casati – Cellist, founder mdi ensemble
Marco Gambaro – Lecturer in Media Economics, University of Milan
Paolo Lazzati – Certified public accountant
Giuseppe Ludovico – Lecturer in Labor Law, University of Milan
Orsola Razzolini – Professor of Labor Law, University of Milan
Anna Soru – Economic researcher, president ACTA Association of Freelancers
Antonio Taormina – Member of the Consiglio Superiore dello Spettacolo, Ministry of Culture
Marilena Pirrelli – Scientific coordinator of the master’s degree in Economics and Management of Art and Cultural Heritage of the 24Ore Business School
Register HERE to attend the event, from 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 11. Reinforced green pass and FFP2 mask mandatory.