Promoted by the Fondazione Italia Digitale and the City of Turin, for two days over 100 guests will address the intersections between digital and work, economy, sport, healthcare, travel and much more
Get back to Turin The Popular Digital Festival: the person at the center of the digital transformation. For the event, which is held from 6 to 8 October and is now in its second edition, it unfolds between the Egyptian Museum, Polo del ‘900, Gallerie d’Italia and OFF Topic. For the digital festival, an event dedicated to digital culture organized by Digital Italy Foundation with the patronage of City of Turinover 100 guests are expected in the Piedmontese capital to talk about the connections between digital and work, economy, sport, healthcare and health, travel, tourism and mobility, gaming, culture, cuisine, communication, PA, school, inclusion.
Future, on a scale for humanity is the theme chosen for three days full of meetings, debates, workshops and shows to celebrate new digital languages, as a form of popular culture. Work, economy, sport, healthcare and health, travel, tourism and mobility, gaming, culture, cuisine, communication, public administration, school, inclusion: the Festival aims to be a bridge towards the future, finding the Piedmontese capital as the ideal scenario. The first day of the Festival, Friday 6 October, is the day of the preview at OFF Topic. From 7.00 pm Levante and Guido Catalano, writer and poet, are the protagonists of the talk “2009-2013-2023: the world has changed!” hosted as part of the resetfestival. The meeting aims to be a journey through time through the artist’s career, between social media, the pandemic and a new way of making music, but also of being in the world.
Also on 6 October at the Egyptian Museum, the invitation-only evening organized by Tinexta and dedicated to partners, speakers and institutions will take place, during which an interview with the Minister of Public Administration, Paolo Zangrillo, will be held, curated by Marita Ballesio. Finally, on Saturday 7 October the new data from the research “Italians and the digital” by Fondazione Italia Digitale and Istituto Piepoli will be presented, a research to understand how the influence of digital on our lives evolves.