New Collective Member, Olimpia Marmoross has been busy upholding her family legacy in honor of the theater that her grandmother built in Siena, Italy. The “Piccolo Teatro di Siena” was created by Marga Sergardi in the early 1950’s. Ms. Marmoross has recently taken over the management and is also artistic co-director of the theater.

She recently attended a high level conference at the European Parliament and spoke about art and culture as an essential agent of social change. Her speech as well as her grandmother’s theater were recently profiled in an article in the European Post (see link below).

We are excited to share Olimpia’s achievement and congratulate her on her efforts to promote art and creativity as an invaluable contribution to society and culture!



Click here to read the entire article about the Piccolo Teatro and Olimpia’s speech.