Lucca and Los Angeles thanks to the common language “Cartoons”
The visit of the delegation sent by the University of Southern California to Lucca ended on Friday evening, to get to know the staff of Lucca Comics & Games closely and to start a dialogue between the municipality of Lucca, the Tuscan region and the Consulate General as well. Share USA.
The delegation consisted of Tami Anderson (Associate Dean for Experimental and Applied Education, USC Dornsife College), Richard Flegel (Associate Dean, USC Dornsife College) and Robert Gould (Director of EXL LAB, USC), led by Luca Crea President Nicola Lucchesi and Director General Emanuele Vitina from a meeting with Mayor of Lucca Mario Bardini, US Consul General Ragini Gupta and Governor of Tuscany Eugenio Gianni.
Inspired by the values that guide the choices of the now historical Italian event, the foundations are laid for a concrete appraisal of projects that can increasingly unite Lucca with Los Angeles, but also Tuscany with California, in the name of creativity, which has always been the standard-bearer of the Italian “know-how”, a national heritage Indisputable.
And for some time now, Lucca Comics & Games has also fully entered the expansion orbit of the “Made in Italy” brand, with an ever watchful eye to the future, to build new bridges capable of expanding the opportunities for knowledge and sharing of the hottest community of fans of pop culture who gather in Lucca every year between October and November (the 2023 edition, as it is known, will take place from November 1 to November 5).
A way to intensify the network of relationships aimed at reducing the distance between what is now the most important societal event in the West and the United States and to build new scenarios based on the values that guide Lucca Crea’s work.
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