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Two study grants for the Art Institute of Faenza

Two top students to get grants from Sacmi. General Manager wins a ceramic ‘Oscar’

During the end-of-year school events organised by the Gaetano Ballardini Art Institute of Faenza, Sacmi awarded two grants to outstanding students who had distinguished themselves during the year by dealing with topics and carrying out research in the ‘ceramic-making’ field. Moreover, during the event, Eugenio Emiliani, General Manager of Sacmi, received the ceramic research and technology ‘Oscar’: this prize consists of a reproduction of a statuette made in 1933 by Serafino Mattucci – sculptor and professor of the Institute during its inter-war period under the guidance of Domenico Rambelli – now re-interpreted by contemporary artist Marco Tadolini.
Among the reasons for the ‘Oscar’: “His efforts in diffusing ceramic technology via the book of that name written together with his father Tonito, outstanding management of the Sacmi plant engineering division at the highest level and his effectiveness in his current position as General Manager”.
The Art Institute of Faenza began awarding a prize known as the ‘ceramic art Oscar’ in 2001; in 2005 it was joined by the ‘Ceramic research and technology Oscar’.


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