The Palaongressi Di Rimini is running a number of live events taking place throughout September, with the month’s calendar beginning with the Grand Orient of Italy (GOI), 11-13 September. Originally scheduled for April, it was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
This year’s edition of the event has the tagline ‘United in Diversity’, and will include two exhibitions, one dedicated to colonial racism during fascism and the other celebrating Italian film director Federico Fellini’s centenary. The exhibition will conclude with a conference entitled ‘The dream as a journey of the soul, between myth and psychoanalysis’.
Next up will be Computing in Cardiology 2020, an event dedicated to bioengineering within cardiovascular medicine. This will take place, 13-16 September as a hybrid event and organisers are confident of attracting over 250 attendees, both online and in-person from across Europe.
The September calendar of the Palacongressi Di Rimini continues with two corporate events scheduled for 19-20 and 25 September respectively.
The venue health and safety measures include making events hybrid, enabling online registration, checking the temperature of attendees, making masks mandatory for all within the venue and setting up multiple hand sanitising stations.