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Via Ridolfino Venuti 34A, 00199 Rome, Italy
+39 349 132 4922
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Italian
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  • Address: Via Ridolfino Venuti 34A, 00199 Rome, Italy
  • Location: Europe  >  Italy  >  Lazio  >  Rome
  • Phone Number: +39 349 132 4922
Description
The "Labcom" is a cultural association founded in 2005 to promote and disseminate, through cultural and recreational events, the values of cohesion and belonging to a common identity.The culture of Sharing:Person, Community, Gift: the integral development of people through its reports and its roots in the identity of a community, a fate that transcends the mere size of material and equipment. Sharing culture:Propose new models of socialization based on participation, sharing moments of artistic creativity that could undermine the nihilistic delusion and show how in "applied" culture for the common good and the gift it is the true antidote to the 'exclusion and loneliness'.