We aim to make our cultural heritage accessible to everyone, a collective asset which will play an increasingly incisive social role.
The Sella Foundation works constantly to valorise its documental and photographic archives with the objective of maintaining historical links and ensuring that a cultural heritage composed of people, places and experiences becomes a common asset, shared knowledge. To this end cultural projects are devised and created both for a specific audience and also for the general public.
They are projects of many years’ duration, closely connected thematically with the contents of the archives, and involve different activities such as study and research projects, publications, courses, workshops and temporary exhibitions. They are often created in collaboration with other organisations in the belief that expanding our network is useful and necessary for a wider comparison and in order to make a stronger impact on society.