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1. PotteryLab

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8 reviews
PotteryLab
Location
5
Price
5
Classroom
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: Via S. Pio V, 15, 10125 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 8:30 PM

Telephone: +39 328 411 5723

Business type: School



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張月嶽: beautiful

Gloria Caranzano: BAD. Booked aperipottery 10 days before, the day he was to be held this activity introduce myself at the door and I see everything closed, a sheet of paper does not prominently say "for personal reasons we have canceled the aperipottery November 1". The organizers had my email address but you do not have the slightest worry advise, shame that my sister and I (who would have celebrated his birthday with this event), we made a trip of an hour and a half just for this activity. I do not recommend to anyone, without organization and without respect.
Response: Dear Gloria, we are really sorry for what happened, there was a misunderstanding among the teachers. However we have offered you a free experience to apologize, and we hope you can come back.

susanna miglioranza Lorig: The welcome is warm and friendly. The possibilities of learning to use your hands for a creative, relaxing and meditative activity are yielded to the maximum. People are competent and pedagogical. In addition, if you want to give precious gifts because they are unique without fainting in this place you will find everything you want.

Erica S.: The workshop is welcoming, as are the people. The environment is informal and you can learn everything, lathe, hand-modeled, raku, paper processing, painting ... you can also use the laboratory for your own works, without taking part in the courses.

Diletta Lo Guzzo: A place with a lot of energy❤️

Massimo Botte: Very welcoming environment, well trained and helpful staff, they also do activities for children

Roberta Dalpasso: Very very creative, serene and welcoming environment

2. Studio Delta Pottery

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38 reviews
Studio Delta Pottery
Location
5
Price
5
Classroom
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: Via Rocciamelone, 16/a, 10143 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 6 PM

Telephone: +39 380 476 2034

Business type: Pottery store



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Anna Han: This was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience for me to have had a one on one studio pottery class with Anna. I had taken the advanced pottery class with her in English. She communicates very well and was able to point out my tendencies. She was also able to graciously correct and guide me all the while giving me space when I needed it. She was the very mentor I needed in order for me to grow in my personal pursuit in pottery. I honestly feel like I would not have this kind of learning experience elsewhere. I have learned to throw off the hump, cups, bowls, plates, lids, and spouts and am so thankful to Anna for everything. The studio space is also very beautiful and would absolutely love to take another class from her again.

CR Kauai: Stellar class!! I did the one on one and it was such a feeling. Working with the clay in just that short time tells me this is not the end of me and pottery. The tutor and artist sorry I can not remember her name but I think it is Anna made it very easy to feel comfortable. She is kind, patient and full of talent!!!

David Alessio Bernardo: Magic laboratory, in every sense. What is produced in there is the result of extreme attention, great experience, taste and quality materials. But these are things that everyone can put in, I haven't figured out what the real added value is yet, because even following the whole procedure you can't see it, it's the secret ingredient, some would say it's love, but it's probably magic. Buy something, look at it every day, fall in love; I fell in love with a small watering can.

Noemi Pepe: Passionate about ceramics, I have always followed and bought the creations of the delta pottery studio, for their particularity and uniqueness. Luckily my friend, who knows how to listen to me ❤️ , decided to give me one of the best gifts: the mug+spoon workshop. What can I say… a wonderful moment of sharing that catapulted us into Anna's world. An experience that I highly recommend… Anna, a beautiful person and a very good teacher, welcomes you and makes you feel at home in her laboratory. Thanks girls

Federica Pettinato: Anna's ceramics appear delicate, simple and minimal. The first time I entered his laboratory I felt a kind of positive envy towards his abilities in making them and in being able to excite. I have often participated in Christmas events and have always brought home a piece of his passion, also giving some creations to friends and relatives. Lately I had the opportunity to participate in the Mug + Spoon workshop with a dear friend and I made my own tea cup with the matching spoon. A wonderful experience, which made me completely detach my mind from the stress of everyday life, giving me a unique moment where I got to know beautiful people. Thanks for sharing your passion with us Anna! Soon, A hug Federica

Filipa Farreca: I was intrigued by ceramics and I had my first experiment with Anna at the mug+spoon workshop, it was a beautiful morning. Besides the excellent lesson it is also a nice way to relax! And then it's difficult to leave the laboratory without wanting to take everything home, Anna produces wonderful pieces, I recommend everyone to stop by! After this workshop I was left with the desire to deepen the theme! Thanks Anna!

Francesco Pasquale: Anna's workshop is a wonderful little universe, surrounded by her unique ceramics. During the Two Hearts Throwing workshop, which I attended, Anna proved to be available, competent and full of passion. I can only recommend a visit to the laboratory for one of its courses or to buy a handcrafted piece 🤩

Sara Graceffa: A beautiful morning with Anna for the mug + spoon workshop. Anna is a careful teacher in explaining the techniques and ways of creating a cup even to people who are interfacing with this material for the first time. At the end of the workshop you are left with the cup and spoon you made, as a reminder of a relaxing time spent in his intimate studio! Highly recommended for those who like to get their hands dirty and have a new experience!

Gaia Parisi: The Delta Pottery studio is a beautiful ceramic workshop in a space shared with Bottega Botanica, where plants and ceramics of great artistic and functional value create a very suggestive atmosphere. Anna, the owner, is super helpful and competent: particularly interesting is her continuous technical and artistic experimentation, which leads her to explore new techniques for working with clay and for producing glazes. Especially as regards the chemistry of glazes, Anna has been engaged for years in the self-production of the latter and the consequent artistic experimentation. Highly recommended if you are looking for functional, creative and high quality objects!

Enrica Raciti: I gave the workshop to a friend of mine and the gift was greatly appreciated. Anna is fantastic, she was patient, attentive and she passed on the love for this job to us. He taught us that being in contact with the earth, modeling it and creating something of it allows us to be in contact with ourselves and that something unique comes out of that. Plus having fun! THANK YOU!

3. Ceramica Contemporanea Maria Luisa Tribolo - Ceramista

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Ceramica Contemporanea Maria Luisa Tribolo - Ceramista
Location
5
Price
5
Classroom
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: Via Felice Romani, 3b, 10131 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 1 PM ⋅ Reopens 4 PM

Telephone: +39 011 699 3306

Business type: Artist



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María Alicia Martínez: A beautiful experience that I recommend wholeheartedly. María Luisa is very patient, kind and, above all, a great teacher. We laughed a lot and he shared his knowledge very generously. I am very grateful and happy for these days that I spent as your student.
Response: Thanks Alicia, I also had a lot of fun with you, you were an excellent student

simona profeta: Wonderful shop full of masterpieces! You can breathe the scent of art and Luisa's passion is overwhelming!
Response: Thanks a lot Simona! .... let me know if you liked the gift!

Maria Letizia Ferri: The perfect place for those looking for truly unique objects. For thirty years Maria Luisa has been researching and experimenting with techniques and materials and it can be seen from the level of refinement and originality achieved by her products: objects of art, design and above all furniture, an area in which Maria Luisa, who has been participating for years in interior design in collaboration with several architectural firms, offers ideas and skills impossible to find elsewhere. What about his school and courses? Simply the best!!
Response: Wow! Thanks, What a super review!

Tiziana Corsini: A tip: if you are in Turin do not miss this gem of a workshop, Luisa is an all-round artist and makes extraordinarily beautiful jewels and objects, you can also enjoy her special sympathy
Response: A thousand thanks!

Andrea Frola: Passion, creativity and care are the elements that you breathe in the air entering the laboratory and that we find highlighted in the beauty and originality of the creations of the talented Maria Luisa Tribolo
Response: Thank you very much, for your visit to the atelier. It was a real pleasure to have been useful to you.

Roberta Lo Grasso: Alchemy, beauty, emotion and sharing. This experience brings with it an important baggage, to do and to redo. Thanks Luisa
Response: Thanks to you! Sharing a raku firing is always a joy for me!

Roberto Taurisani: Art object in a beautiful setting
Response: Thank you!

francesco doppio: works of "high" contemporary art, combining imagination and technique in different creative fields.
Response: Thank you

ELENA torre: A true artist passionate about her art, always brilliant ideas and a very good teacher
Response: Thank you!!

Rosy Margherito: Professionalism passion and originality these and others are the qualities ... I suggest you go to this beautiful shop
Response: A thousand thanks!

4. Associazione Terre Ceramica e Arte

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Associazione Terre Ceramica e Arte
Location
5
Price
5
Classroom
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: Vicolo della Consolata, 4b, 10122 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 1 PM ⋅ Reopens 3:30 PM

Telephone: +39 329 845 0022

Business type: Arts organization



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xiaokera kera: It is a creative lab, the courses are not only teach us how to make ceramic works but also encourage us to create and realize our ideas. Elena and Giorgio are great maesters that they never hide their skills, they share with us, encourage us and help us.

Clarissa Ghelli: I definitely recommend this studio for workshops, classes, and beautiful ceramics, pottery, and sculpture! Elena and Giorgio are highly skilled, talented, and patient artists and educators. Well worth a visit and a class!

Elisa Occhiena: A place that has now become home. An island of beauty, serenity and joy. Terre's laboratory has become this for me over the years. The master Giorgio through his technique in modeling and the teacher Elena with her lathe teaching method, will transmit you all their passion and knowledge for a world that will never cease to fascinate you and give you emotions. The laboratory is a beautiful space, made up of beautiful people, like ceramics.

Marcella Tartaglia: Magical place to learn how to put your hands in clay, on one of the most beautiful squares in Turin. Elena and Giorgio are two super professional teachers, capable of listening and guiding each student in their learning path. Thank you! <3

Duna Felici: I'm on my fourth lesson in the modeling workshop with Giorgio. I would like to recommend it to all those people who, like me, had a lifelong dream of taking a pottery course, but also to all those who are looking for an environment as stimulating as it is welcoming, where they can let their imagination fly. and unplug.
Response: Thanks Duna ... teaching when you have people like you at the table is easy and rewarding.

Laura De Angelis: Elena and Giorgio are not only exceptional teachers but also people who have been able to create an association in which to feel part of a group of friends.

Raffaella Serzanti: I have been attending their courses for three years now, you join the course but you find an environment that goes beyond. Giorgio and Elena have the passion and professionalism that overwhelms you. Thanks 😊
Response: Thank you.

Debora Campagna: A wonderful place that I have been going to every Saturday for several years now. I would say a therapeutic place where you can forget about the outside world by manipulating earth enamels and much more.

mauro civiletto: Precious place where ideas come to life thanks to the passion for art and craftsmanship of Elena and Giorgio, excellent Masters of lands and smiles.

M Isabel Sillano: Wonderful workshop, the teachers share their knowledge with great generosity and joy, it was a great pleasure to meet them and spend a week of immersion in that fantastic place!

5. Pinacoteca dell’Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti

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Pinacoteca dell’Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti
Location
4.3
Price
4.3
Classroom
4.4
Facilities
4.3
Teachers
4.3

Address: Via Accademia Albertina, 8, 10123 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 6 PM

Telephone: +39 011 089 7370

Business type: Art gallery



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Harris Pressas: Excellent Gallery with great permanent exhibition! Beautiful the periodical exhibition "Incanti Russi"

Claudio Giacometti: No famous artists represented, yet nicely organized in 12 rooms. The visit can be quit brief.

Jackson Quarréll: Might Change latter but in times of Covid had to fill in form to enter not show pass. Form translates to stuff like Serial Number that I got after much miming was a phone number but full of hundreds of other parts that would not translate. Been to two museums a day here and never had form so if a English is your only language best avoid for now.

Antonia Massara: Not worth the 7euro. I understand that is a collection thought to help students also, but I disliked finding students artworks exhibited in the gallery rooms together with the masterpieces. In my opinion there's not enough space and the trouble is that enjoying the paintings became more difficult

sime: Interesting museum with interesting old map of Turino, I advised to the people lived in Turin

Thom Clutterbuck: Small but lovely collection, especially the cartoon collection.

Luca Revelli: I kind of expected more than that

Tjark Connor HH: Beautiful old academy with impressive expositions!

Ihcene Hachemi: It was an area of museum buildings, It becomes an area of Torino University Departments.

Antonio Garino: Not completely satisfied. Pizza was quite disappointing.

6. La Tavolozza di Stefania Febbo

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La Tavolozza di Stefania Febbo
Location
4.5
Price
4.4
Classroom
4.4
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: Corso Belgio, 43, 10153 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 12:30 PM ⋅ Reopens 4 PM

Telephone: +39 328 357 1927

Business type: Chinaware store



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Letterio Furfaro: I'm biased, my daughter learned her technique from her 25 years ago

Idro Elettro Gas: an elegant wedding favor with attention to detail and managed with artistic passion

7. GAM - Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea

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GAM - Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
Location
4.3
Price
4.3
Classroom
4.4
Facilities
4.3
Teachers
4.3

Address: Via Magenta, 31, 10128 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 6 PM

Telephone: +39 011 442 9518

Business type: Art gallery



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Hang Chen: The best Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art I’ve ever been. The magnet is quite worthy.

Efry Eltahan: Interesting exhibitions and careful attention to details. Spacious and good temperature. Each typographic information is designed according to the exhibition it represents. I gave one star less cause we paid full price and an entire floor was closed with no explanations, apologies or price reduction.

Michiel Buitelaar: A nice museum in an unimpressive building. It is 99% Italian, not International - beware. The pricing structure is unclear. Still, quite OK and worth 1-2 hours. The floor is hallucinating, partly. Great.

Pieter van der Valk: This muse shows the history of Italian and Turin contemporary art from the end of the nineteenth century till now. It starts with local artists and after the 2nd world war the collection becomes more international. Wonderfull displayed. It shows also the history of the collection. The building itself is also an example of italian modern architecture of 1959. Look at the staircase. I would like some more audio visual explanations like in an audio guide.

Viktorie: The collections are underwhelming and small. Definitely not worth the pricey entrance fee.

Tobi Pfalzgraff: A bit disappointed from the exhibition, but some nice paintings from Felice Casorati

M. B.: Very niece place with very interesting collection. Explainations are clear as well as visit route. Definetly to visit in Turin !

Noha Hassaan: The 900 was the best bit.Contemporary arr exhibition lacked linear and engaging latout

Brice Pissard: High quality museum, great exhibitions.

Andy B: It's a nice modern art gallery. I particularly enjoyed the installations, especially towards the end. It's reasonably priced for what they offer. My visit was however spoilt by two staff members talking loudly about their own business in the big underground room. I would recommend it if you bring ear plugs :)

8. IED - Istituto Europeo di Design

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29 reviews
IED - Istituto Europeo di Design
Location
3.8
Price
3.9
Classroom
3.8
Facilities
3.8
Teachers
3.8

Address: Via S. Quintino, 39, 10121 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 6:30 PM

Telephone: +39 011 541111

Business type: Fashion design school



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Gianluigi Villani: N1

yaniv lanzman: Just don't ....

Reviews Account: (The name is not the real one because after this review I could be professionally blackmailed, so I chose to protect my identity in this way). After spending 3 years inside the IED and, after a year, I feel I can share my review. Unfortunately, everything that is promised at the time of registration is just an ideal that will never be respected. Those who have found work after graduating from this institute have been very lucky and already had a strong dose of talent beforehand. It is useless for the IED to organize meetings with those who have become famous, to boast. It is not for you that these people have moved forward. What anyone who enrolls in this school and pays the exorbitant amounts that are required hopes to find after graduation is to find a job based on what they have studied. They tell you that they will help you find work in your field for a year by following you. Instead, after graduation they sent us 4/5 applications in 12 months, all completely preposterous, outside the field of study, underpaid, or very far from where you studied. Who would have thought that? Yet at the orientation it all seemed so convincing... you invest a lot of money but then you'll have a job. But when you find yourself in the situation, you stay there, you can't complain to anyone. I hope this helps my review. As for the teachers, I found everything: young, unprepared and unreliable kids. Unfortunately we had been joined by a dysgraphic, dyscalculic and dyslexic "teacher". He got every message wrong and nothing was understood in the explanations because, poor man, he also had tics. Another scam where if you complain, you risk not passing any exam. So hang on and eat your opinion. Until graduation. People placed there at random, who wonder how it's possible by paying these figures... We have always had teachers late and even without a camera on, for a year of the course we were shocked. Or the mounted professors who don't respond to emails (and according to what the IED says they are required not to respond) and who actually do very little for work (all hot air) while teaching the same. In these 3 years I have found very few good teachers... I'm talking about 3 teachers in three years of study. Before enrolling at the IED 4 years ago, I thought about what I would write after this experience. Today I find myself a year away from graduation, with a great leaving grade, but having tried to find work through any means. I don't advise you to throw away more than €30,000 (excluding the costs of each project) to study here and then find yourself on foot or with offers of €200 GROSS per month (Milan). I'm sorry, but these are the things no one ever says that I wish I knew when I was full of doubts. It's not worth it, but by now I've spent the money to study and graduate here. I think things are different in Milan, I'm talking about my experience in Turin. My advice is to choose something else, although in IED I have found those very few good people. But very few. Too bad having spent effort and a lot of money to then find yourself on foot or having to start your own business.

Andrea Marchetti: Private university capable of providing excellent education in all areas of creativity, design and communication. Each course is taught by a high level professional in the field.

dav man: Private university, recognized by MIUR for many courses. An international point of reference for all those who want to take the path of the designer in all its forms.

Manuel Simari: Very bad school in terms of organization and respect for students.

Angelo De Leo: Institute well known at European level.

Santino Balistreri: excellent structure

9. Luce Gallery

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4 reviews
Luce Gallery
Location
5
Price
5
Classroom
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: Largo Montebello, 40, 10124 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 3:30 PM

Business type: Art gallery



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Maurizio: Nikola the owner is a passionate expert. Very interesting American artists

10. Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli

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Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli
Location
4.3
Price
4.3
Classroom
4.4
Facilities
4.3
Teachers
4.3

Address: Via Nizza, 230, 10126 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 7 PM

Telephone: +39 011 092 5011

Business type: Art gallery



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dan dare: The race track is now fully open when I went 2.6.22, you can actually walk it on the blue line. Totally stunning, I mean where else can you walk a huge race track ontop of an office building ????

Wesley White: Not worth the 8€ entry price. One a small portion of the race track is open which is not told to you at admission. They are planting gardens on the track which have walking paths but you are not allowed to use them. The few Fiat pieces and exhibits are quite interesting but the art museum is quite small and quickly done. There are better places to spend your money in Turin.

Marcus Maurer: Very interesting museum/gallery in the famous Lingotto building. We saw the Sylvie Fleury exhibition – great! Via the museum you can access the roof top race track, now with art and plants. The museum has a new and well executed corporate design by Giga which made us aware of the relaunched museum.

Ted Oatway: Save your money. This museum is not worth the ticket fee. It is very hard to find and after the effort to get here it does not allow photographs of the paintings that drew you here in the first place; although there is nothing anywhere to tell you that. IMHO a museum that does not allow photographs is not worth going to. Besides, the collection is small with only a few interesting pieces of art.

Maarten Hofman: Although the collection is quite small it has a few magnificent pieces. The exhibition "Yes to all" was also quite interesting and I am curious what the next one will be. I also enjoyed the café which had a good collection of Wellington teas and a nice shadowed seating area outside. In addition you can see what the building is like, with the race track (now with a garden) and the on ramp.

Mikel Tube: Being a car lover I enjoyed (finally) visiting the original roof test track of the Fiat factory in Torino. FYI the design of this (vertical) plant was based on the Baton Rouge plant Ford factory in Motown Detroit..seems that Henri and Giovanni were best friends. Tip the second control office on the roof track gives a brief history with vintage pictures (outside). If you're not a car lover,the fabulous views over Torino will come as a bonus. Enjoy Mikel

Nursey Williamson: Came here to get to the roof track. It had been on our bucket list for some time and was concerned that gardens being added would not be great but I shouldn't have been concerned. Lovely setting and great photos. Follow fire exit signs at end of track to access the spiral ramp. Would be better if bikes were available for visitors to get around the track and gardens on! Just an idea.

Piotr Tyziniec: Huge disappointment, not worth to visit. We have bought tickets online and no one said that the legendary fiat track on the roof top will be closed. Museum itself has 8 works and that’s it. After we gave a feedback to the personal that there was no information online about the closed track, we received an answer - in a very impolite way - that “we got tickets for museum, not for a track”. Knowing that everyone is coming there because of the fiat manufacturing and track and not because of those 8 pictures of the “museum”, this was just very mean and arrogant. We recommend to skip while visiting beautiful Turin.

J C: Small paintings and sculptures museum. It's a private collection that goes from Canova to Futurists through Matisse. It's located at the top floor of the Lingotto building. With the same ticket you are allowed to visit the famous motor speedway on the roof of the building and enjoy a nice view of Torino surrounded by its mountains.

Alienal: As I said rating the bookstore favorably, the DoraMaar /Picasso exhibition was a disappointment. None of her magnificent surrealist photocollages, just a wall of tiny prints of her photos (snapshots, mainly) of a time at the seaside with Picasso. A bit hyped. They might have done much better.

11. IAAD. Torino - Via Pisa

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IAAD. Torino - Via Pisa
Location
4.2
Price
4.3
Classroom
4.2
Facilities
4.2
Teachers
4.2

Address: Via Pisa, 5d, 10152 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10 PM

Telephone: +39 011 548868

Business type: Private university



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Emiliano Gallo: Excellent university

mauro calabrese: Almost worth it, for anyone wondering if the IAAD is valid, the answer is a clear NO, get it into your head that either there is economic availability (for them the only thing that matters) or you can't do anything, any request from you will be rejected, only the money is of interest, zero flexibility, do you work? dream of going to the IAAD, have a good public school because saying it's embarrassing is a compliment, bravo to the IAAD staff who respond 1 time out of 10, hard truth.
Response: Hello Mr. Calabrese, There appears to be no name, among our students, associated with his name so we are unable to give a direct answer to his comment. We follow each student with dedication and attention and it is a priority for us to respond in an appropriate time to each request. Having said this, it is also revealed in one of our offices for an open discussion if he had further doubts, the dialogue between human beings is very often more useful than many other remedies. See you soon and have a good day.

Marina M: At the IAAD there are evening classes that end between 8pm and 10pm, at least once or twice a week. The IAAD has a logic far removed from the economic reality. Even though it is part of a European design center, nowadays the IAAD establishes internship agreements only with Italian companies. The teaching is overall of quality: some lessons are of great quality others not at all. There are conferences with high-level professionals 4 or 5 times a year (I took the Fashion and Textile course)

Giuseppe Auleta: I am fully satisfied with the entire training course carried out in these three years. In addition to developing my graphic and representative skills, this university has also greatly developed my managerial, conceptual and creative profile. I followed the TRD course but there have been many initiatives that have allowed us to "contaminate" with the other departments and have a cultural exchange ... a really great reality!

Andrea Pelà: There are so many things that could be said. The most important: the teachers are really competent, capable and human. Thanks to the Director Laura Milani for providing me with the keys to a brilliant working future.

Emanuele Scola: Institute specializing in post-diploma and post-graduate training in design and communication with qualifications recognized in the Italian university system and by EABHES (European Accreditation Board of Higher Education Schools) in the European system. The institute is twinned with the French Écoles de Condé and through collaborations, workshops and seminars involves national and international companies and personalities in teaching. The teachers are professionals in the sector and it is necessary to take an entrance test to access the courses. Every year Iaad publishes an internal call for scholarships.

Luca Barattolo: Well reputed university despite the few services for students, and the lack of staff availability. Badly organized.

Alessio Coletta: Good school and excellent teachers

Cecilia Riscaldina: Recommended university

Gabri G: Excellent university

12. Statuto Hotel

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Statuto Hotel
Location
3.7
Price
3.8
Classroom
3.7
Facilities
3.7
Teachers
3.7

Address: Via Principi d'Acaja, 17, 10138 Torino TO, Italy

Telephone: +39 393 575 6809

Business type: Art gallery



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Gonzolm: The room and the bathroom were very clean. The bed was very confi and Wifi and AC works properly. The breakfast was excelent!! Coffe, juice, toasted bread, cakes, cereal, fruits.. etc. The location is perfect! Near to Porta Susa train station and it's in front of a metro station, also you can go walking to everywhere. There is a caffe and a sushi restaurant in the same block.

Matthew Donaghy: Nice room with a good balcony view, breakfast was light but got the job done, and an altogether interesting sense of decor (you walk in between two human sized snails, which sets the stage). No complaints!

Paolo Neto: My recommendation, don't stay in this hotel. They just want your money. The rooms are terrible. I would never consider this a place to sleep. Find you another place, don't let you decide for a few Euros less to stay here.

Mohammad Dadsetani: Expensive for the service they provideRooms: 3/5 | Service: 2/5 | Location: 5/5 …More

Bogdan Simion: Was nice and quiet..very nice place to stay if you want to visit Torino in one weekend..thanks

Kavya Pandey: Nice hotel to stay , staff is friendly and service is good. Location is the best as it is just in front of metro station.

Sara Ghomi: Nice place, with good hospitality and coffee. Very easy access location

Cintia Piano: Friendly staff, very clean place. Excellent breakfast and good location.

Hamid Rah: It’s clean and equipped with good air conditioning

Romano Lucernati: very close to porta susa railway station. clean place but no breakfast offered.

13. Scuola di cucina Il Melograno

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Scuola di cucina Il Melograno
Location
5
Price
5
Classroom
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: presso "Cookin Factory di Claudia Fraschini, Via Gerolamo Savonarola, 2m, 10128 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 3 PM

Telephone: +39 351 565 4125

Business type: School



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BE Booming: Brave, nice. Great idea, give a cooking class

Salvatore Caglioti: Wonderfully clever!!!! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

14. CAMERA - Centro Italiano per la Fotografia

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CAMERA - Centro Italiano per la Fotografia
Location
4.4
Price
4.4
Classroom
4.5
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: Via delle Rosine, 18, 10123 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 9 PM

Telephone: +39 011 088 1150

Business type: Museum



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Andrés Saldivia: I went to the Robert Doisneau exhibition. The space is wider that expected, it included many pieces and I really enjoyed it.The audio guide can be improved, it was to long and could summarize more to enhance the experienceVisited on Weekday …More

Martin Brown (Martystagram): Super gallery. Informative, well set out and very detailed. Clearly a lot of effort and love has gone into the exhibitions.
Response: Thank you so much Martin!

Ethan Schomberg: If you love photography this is a great experience. I am not very familiar with photography but it was really interesting to learn about

NEO WONG: What I visited was foreigners who born and raised in Italy. There’s contradiction between physical and mental in their face.

Peter Stefou: We went to see a Moma exhibition hosted by Camera & we really enjoyed it.
Response: Thank you so much, Peter!

Véronique Milliat: Bellissima mostra! Wonderful exhibition! With jazz context ! Street Photographs, like Lisette Model, catch the emotions, the true instant.. and allow us to live them with self sensations . Grazie.Thanks

André von Rönne: Great Experience a bit pricy though.There is a lot to explore from movies actors Technical aspects of Film making its history and a Lot more.in the middle of the room is a glass elevator which brings you to a platform in the roof.Great view but costs an additional 6 euros.You hab easily spend up to 4 hours here.

Giovanni Capone: Well placed and organized with interesting and we'll structured picture exhibits
Response: Thank you Giovanni!

Siva N Prasad: It's a really calm and elegant gallery. It's huge and also you'd find most of Leica cameras on display.

Agapi Deligianni: Liked it ,Learned about the history of pgotographyVisited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended No …More
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15. Little Nemo Art Gallery - Auctioneers

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Little Nemo Art Gallery - Auctioneers
Location
4.5
Price
4.4
Classroom
4.4
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.4

Address: Via Federico Ozanam, 7, 10123 Torino TO, Italy

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 1 PM ⋅ Reopens 2 PM

Telephone: +39 011 763 0397

Business type: Auction house



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Colin Jones: Nice quite little Gallery hidden off Via Po. I only went down the pee smelling off road because I saw a poster for Comic Art Exhibition. Wasn't disappointed when I walked down a rather steep slope and find this clean, tidy and modern gallery displaying an array of pictures. Person who greeted was nice, polite and helpful, even spoke English. Definitely worth a visit if you have a few minutes or an exhibition of your interest.

Mariya: Very cute gallery - the collection is very beautiful and sweet!

Giancarlo Vidotto: art gallery specializing in comics, originals and themed furnishing accessories. Competent owner, among the most experienced in Italy in the sector. Well organized and bright rooms. During the year there are many high quality exhibitions on various themes. Often present great authors. The meetings and presentations are interesting and the buffets are well organized. A place to attend with pleasure

Anna Toso: I saw today at 12.30 a Crepax print at the price of 50 euros: A seller came back to buy it, not the seller I had spoken to, she told me they were wrong (the price was still there: 50 euros!!) and that if I wanted to buy it the cost was 100 euros! I was the owner of an ancient art gallery and, if an object had the wrong price, I would have sold it so as not to lose a customer, perhaps by saying my mistake. Since I said I wouldn't buy it, it was offered to me for 70 euros! It seems to me that correctness is optional and that losing a customer is much worse than selling a print for 20 euros less. Of course I will never go into this shop again and I will tell everyone I know about it, and after 45 years in the business I know a lot of people…

Ermann Frattini: Sergio Pignatone is a point of reference for all collectors

Leonardo Mazzocchi: A bijou in the center of Turin. Beautiful shop, with unique and particular works of art. Recommended for comic book lovers.

Giorgio “GiPod” POD: Follow their auctions through their website and if you pass by Turin go and visit them, the exhibition is always open during shop hours.

Laura Morgante: congratulations to Alessandra for her passion and professionalism. Exceptional works always a guarantee.

Luca Calabrese: Small and cozy. To enter you will have to go down a ramp and turn right.

Jean-Marie PIERRE: After problems with the delivery, everything is OK. Excellent packaging.