The Piccola officina di videostoria realizes traveling exhibitions that cross Italy and many other countries in the world, celebrating important anniversaries or major issues addressed by the research work of FSCIRE.

For over ten years, FSCIRE’s audiovisual laboratory has been a center for study, research and multimedia historical production thanks to the work of the Piccola officina di videostoria. Many exhibitions have enriched the catalog of FSCIRE’s initiatives by taking advantage of the collaboration of important partners such as Teche Rai, Istituto Luce, the University of Bologna, the Rodrigo Pais archives and various bodies involved in the research and preservation of audiovisual heritage.
The exhibitions have sometimes been made available to the public in Bologna, in various institutional locations of the city and in the headquarters of FSCIRE which, thanks to the contribution of the Emilia-Romagna Region, has had its own exhibition space since 2009. On some occasions they have crossed the borders of countries and continents, as in the case of the exhibition In via in saecula, which brought to China a faithful and precious reproduction of Marco Polo’s Bible preserved and restored by the Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana in Florence.