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The GAIA Project

The GAIA Project is a not-for-profit cultural initiative launched to widen the horizons of contemporary figurative artists from around the world. The exchange of creative endeavours by artists from different countries encourages a climate of understanding, co-operation and learning that generates a more cohesive global society.


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Past Events

9-23 MAY 2015
Le Affinitá Elettive
27 september - 7 november 2017
Il Viaggio delle Dee
15 - 24 november 2019
La Sacra Sindone
Our objective

Global vision,
Fostering an International Exchange of Artists

In a world increasingly dominated by schisms—whether technological, social, religious or ideological—a greater focus on the arts, particularly among younger generations, is crucial for the harmonious and peaceful development of society. Our objective is to promote at an international level figurative artists who examine their own regional cultures, traditions and folklore through their art.

About Us

More than an ART project,
a community of artists

The GAIA Project offers an international exchange program to artists aged between 18 and 30 years. Artists willing to participate in the program are required to submit artwork representing the culture, traditions and folklore of their place of origin. The GAIA Project is not just an international exchange program for artists, it is an international community and a social network for artists to enhance their careers.

Meet our team
About Us

Global mission,
Australia and Europe

The GAIA Project has similar objectives as the Australian-European Network (AEN) and the Utrecht Network (UN) which allow university students to explore the world by embarking in an exchange program. The GAIA Project provides the opportunity for young artists to be exposed to new cultural landscapes, thereby expanding their horizons and talents.

Meet our team

Medal from the Italian President of the Republic

When the GAIA Project was launched in 2014 it was awarded a Medal from the Italian President of Republic, Giorgio Napolitano.

The medal was given to the GAIA Project for:

Its effectiveness in promoting young figurative artists and facilitating a climate of understanding, cooperation and learning, thus generating a more cohesive international reality.

Institutional Partners

Partners Europe

Partners Asia

Partners Oceania

Corporate Sponsors


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