The Giulia Avetta open-air Museum of Art and Poetry (MAAP) was established to make known and appreciate the sources of the poetry of the author, profound and incisive albeit little known.
An open-air museum of art and poetry to enhance a dialogue across different generations and especially to raise awareness of and spread the subject of poetry related to the environment, its characters and the land.
An itinerary in the main streets of the village consisting of thirty panels that, by combining poems and images, recall its world: the family, public civil commitment, religiosity and feelings.
The Museum has a visitor centre with archive documents, books and videos that allow its visitors to relive the life of the poet and appreciate her creative journey.
The Maap fits into the territory along with other “open air” works. In fact, a parallel path can be found across the installations in the countryside (created by students of the Brera Academy of Fine Arts with the contribution of established artists) of an historical-archaeological cutting, enriched by the strategic key of the Polaris Project which aims to re-read the territory from a historical-cultural point of view, placing emphasis on the dialogue between land and sky and the Philosophy of the stars.
In the Lusenta woods you can reach the Pera Cunca, a splendid erratic boulder of glacial origin that tells of the Celtic culture and constellations impressed on the stone as sources of timeless messages.