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BananaRAM
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Mario Melloni
EDUCATION

Our educational goal is to introduce children into BananaRAM School Program, that has a variety of offers depending on age and attitudes.

KINDERGARTEN
BananaRAM tutors will offer tours, workshops and films for children aged 5-10 and their companions every morning during the exhibit from 9 to 12.

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
High School program is for students aged 14 to 17 depending on skills and attitudes, tutors will guide them in discovering and learning how to express their creativity through digital tools.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Maintaining an edge of awareness in today's global environment is more challenging than ever with technology changes occurring at light speed. BananaRAM allows adults to have a better understanding of world changes and working professionals to capitalize on their opportunities for success. BananaRAM School of Arts and Sciences offers a wide range of courses using a variety of distance learning methods: via television broadcast, DVD and the internet.

RESEARCH
This is the crucial activity of BananaRAM as our primary goal is stimulating creative exchanges through our Network. We are engaged in distributing art content in the interactive platforms, Internet and television thanks to

AFTTM (Art for Television) our art video format that can be broadcast through the different media in order to bring art to the mass audience.
We are scheduling our research session and we invite scholars, artists and industry executives who are willing to participate, to ask for an invitation and join our Research Teams. research@bananaram.org

INTERDISCIPLINARY
Our approach to art is based on an interdisciplinary basis and we want to explore the interaction of Art with other fields such as food, theater, and statistics. We want to study the way to interact your discipline with new technologies and art.