ArtCentrica enters the FuturED accelerator program of CDP and H-FARM

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We are happy to announce that ArtCentrica has been selected to become part of FuturED, the edtech accelerator of CDP Venture Capital SGR - Fondo Nazionale Innovazione.

Eight startups will be mentored in an accelerator program that lasts for 4 months plus 4 months of marketing assistance to develop commercial and fund raising aspects. All this thanks to the scientific advisors of the Management Department of Ca’ Foscari University (Venice) as well as industrial partners: Angelini HoldingCiscoIstituto Europeo di Design (IED) and Vodafone Business.  

The goal is to transform the educational sector, making it more accessibile and affordable for everyone.


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Thanks to ArtCentrica our goal is to fill the gap in the way Art is taughtlearned, and appreciated.
This is possible thanks to its features that offer high quality digital content, such as the high-res reproduction of artworks presented with high quality historical information. 

Through ArtCentrica

ArtCentrica is aimed at schoolsUniversityMuseums and other Institutions. It allows the users to interact directly, and in infinite detail, with the specifics artworks, such as The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli (Uffizi Galleries) up to 10 GigaPixels resolution. 

Last but not least

The application innovates the traditional model of museum revenue streams which consists of ticket selling, donations, and outside sponsership by creating additional income using digital content.

For the new generations and for all students ArtCentrica offers a personalized and unique way to engage with Art and much more.
This becomes possible with GigaPixel access to artworks from the best museums in the world: by exploring the visual elements which allow for the creation of customized learning paths with the possibility to review the lessons rapidly.

All together we can create a better education.

Sign up now and try ArtCentrica for 10 days free!

ArtCentrica offers a selection of artworks from the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Brera Museum in Milan, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Rijksmuseum, the Central Institute for Graphics in Rome and 30 florentine views.

No additional costs are applied at the end of the free trial period.