Banca Generali and FAI Italian Environment Fund are teaming together to protect and promote Italys artistic heritage. FAI Spring Days the event that for 26 years has allowed thousands of enthusiasts to visit buildings, villas, churches, museums and archaeological sites normally closed to the public will take place on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 March.
Now in its fifth year running, the partnership between Banca Generali and FAI is being forged ahead with the exceptional opening of the Banks Milan offices, allowing all FAI members to admire the works of the Tuscan sculptor Christian Balzano displayed as part of the Resilience exhibition, scheduled to run until 27 April 2018. The exhibition route ideally starts from via Torino 29/01, with the impressive installation Io siamo Resilienza (I are Resilience), and continues in Piazza S. Alessandro 4 inside Palazzo Pusterla, an 18th century architectural jewel that today houses the Banca Generali Private offices.
On the occasion of FAI Spring Days 2018, Banca Generali is launching a new initiative promoting financial education. In eight Italian cities, alongside FAIs reception desks, the Bank will distribute to visitors the booklet Capire la finanza (Understanding finance), an educational guide on economic-financial themes to make people aware of the basic fundamentals of the markets and wealth protection. Capire la finanza will be available in Bologna (Confindustria Headquarters), Florence (former San Matteo Hospital- Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze), Genoa (Casa del Mutilato), Milan (Banca Generali Private office), Padua (San Lorenzo Roman bridge), Rome (Villa Massimo), Turin (Palazzo dellUniversità Collegio Carlo Alberto) and Varese (Villa Della Porta Bozzolo).
The FAI Spring Days 2018 may be followed on Banca Generalis official Facebook page and YouTube channel, where special initiatives accompanied by the hashtag #FAIprimaveraBG are planned.