This Made in Italy Lab article, entitled, “Civitella Ranieri: When a Medieval Fortress Becomes An Artist Residency,” consisting of an interview with our Residency Director Diego Mencaroni, uncovers “the ancient Umbrian castle, today acting as an inspiring muse and cradle for the works of writers, painters and musicians from all over the world.” Diego speaks on the residency selection and requirements, the day-to-day life of a Fellow in residence, and about the effects that a Civitella residency has on one’s work.

Read the full article and interview in Italian, here.