Founded in 2009 with the aim of contributing to the advancement of young people’s welfare and cultural well-being through the media of arts, IoDeposito is a NGO that works with the aim of supporting young people’s specific competencies related to visual arts projects, training and research in the fields of cultural management, art and curatorial practices.

Nowadays, IoDeposito works on an international scale together with a network of partners from Italy and the World (Museums, Universities, Academy, Public Institutions, NGOs), pouring on its territory the collaboration with institutional, artistic and scientific entities operating in 41 countries worldwide.

So far, IoDeposito has involved around 240.000 people in its projects (exhibitions, workshops, laboratories, cultural events, conferences, researches, publications). Mostly, it has developed a unique expertise in the organisation of artistic and cultural projects as well as in the research field dealing with the theme of memories and legacies of the World Conflicts.

IoDeposito’s activity has dealt with research experimental processes on curatorial disciplines, artistic languages, history, Italian studies, cultural studies and new technologies applied to art and culture. Moreover, it has focused its attention on educational and laboratorial methodologies based on art and creativity.


Partners, supporters e sponsors

main partners

Current (Treviso, Italy), Local Methodology (Kinmen, Taiwan)

other partners that have cooperated and currently collaborate with us

UNESCO, Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, Council of Europe, Presidency of the Italian Council of Ministers, Ministry of Youth, Ministry of Education, University and Research, Ministry of Heritage, Culture and Tourism, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, UNESCO, Presidency of the Regional Council of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, Region Veneto, Province of Treviso, Province of Udine, Province of Gorizia, Province of Trieste, Province of Pordenone, Metropolitan City of Venice, the Municipalities of Venice, Udine, Gradisca d’Isonzo, Gorizia, Trieste, Chiusaforte, Casarsa Della Delizia, Dogna, Fogliano Redipuglia, Tarvisio, Monfalcone, Giavera del Montello, Padova, Piran (Slovenia), Mountain Community of the Gemonese-Canal Del Ferro and Valcanale District, Live FVG (regional tourism entity), Villa Manin, The National WW1 Museum at Liberty Memorial & Edward Jones Research Center (U.S.A), Imperial War Museum World War First Centenary Partnership Programme (UK), A+A – Slovian Exhibition Center and Biennale Pavillion, Slovenian Institute of Culture Clio Zavod, Kobariški Muzej (Slovenia), Tartini Museum House in Piran, Italian community in Piran (Slovenia), Italian community in Izola (Slovenia), Festival of Migrant Film (Slovenia), Villa Manin, Erpac, The Biennial Foundation (USA), The Peaceark park association (US / CANADA), Sektor Institute (Slovenia), Palazzo Malipiero – Montenegro Biennale Pavillion, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum (Japan), Serpentine Gallery (Great Britain), National Australian War Memorial (Australia), Mosede Fort (Denmark), Multimedia Museum of Art (Russia), In Flanders Fields Museum (Belgium), National contemporary Art Gallery of Namibia (Namibia), The World Remembers (Canada), Photon-Centre of Contemporary Photography (Vienna/Austria; Ljubljana/Slovenia), Kigali Memorial Museum (Rwanda), UX for goods (USA), Memorial De Verdun (France), Lokal_30 gallery (Polonia), Post Screen Festival (Lisboa), Next Youth (Lettonia), Frio Fundation (Polonia), Atelier Edgard Larsen, Ca’ Foscari – University of Venice, University of Udine, University of Trento, University of Trieste, Girona University (Spain), Granada University (Spain), Leuven University (Belgium), Primorska University (Slovenia), Royal Holloway University, SIS-British Society of Italian Studies (UK), MayPole Fundation (UK), K-Gold temporary Gallery (Greece), Art for the World (Switzerland), Emotional Museum of the Great War in Giavera del Montello, M9-Museum of the ‘900 and Fondazione di Venezia, Marmolada Great War Museum, Museo della Battaglia di Vittorio Veneto, Spazzapan Public Contemporary Art Gallery, Public Contemporary Art Gallery in Monfalcone, Marelia Gallery, Museum of the Territory in Dogna, Palazzo Veneziano in Malborghetto, K-Gold temporary Gallery (Lesbo, Grecia), Università di Granada, Università di Girona (Spagna), Salone degli Incanti, Memorial De Verdun, Civic Library of Casarsa Della Delizia and Pasolini Municipal Theatre, Invisible Cities Festival, CEDOS – Archive center for the WW1, Aas 2 (company for social health for the lower area of Friuli Venezia Giulia and family Welfare area), Aas 3 (company for social health for the high area of Friuli Venezia Giulia-social service of the municipality of the Gemonese-Canal Del Ferro-Valcanale district), Forum of the Family Associations, Youth Center of Casarsa della Delizia, Middle School A. Zardini in Pontebba, Technnical Institute Bachman in Tarvisio, the School G. Randaccio in Monfalcone, Institute of Technology G. Marconi Staranzano, IAL istitute in Aviano, IAL institute in Pordenone, ISIS Zanussi in Pordenone, Italia Nostra NGO, l’Artistica Association, Graphite Association, l’Età dell’Acquario association, l’Albero del Melogramma Association, RIME association, MODO asociation, Etnoblog, On Stage, Studio Mark, The Austrian Society in Cormons, Adria Art, Patagonia Art, The Great War+100 network, Hermada Flavio Vidonis Group, Proloco Fogliano Redipuglia-Sentieri di Pace, The Guardian (Uk), Limes – Italian Review of Geopolitics, iMagazine, Goliardica Editioni, Radio One Furlane, Friuli, Murcia, Aracne Editrice, Gioachino Onorati Publisher, Ubik Library, Lint Editoriale, Eolo, SecYourNet, HG Trust, Alpi Julie, Enotria Tellus, Around & About Treviso.