Movement Culture is the program dedicated to the revaluation of evocative cultural places through Happy Happenings with music and visual arts.

These initiatives were hosted in various venues, including the National Museum of Cinema; the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory, which staged performances by Aufgang (2011), Brand Brauer Frick (2012), Bugge Wesseltof & Henrik Schwarz (2013), Juan Atkins & Moritz Von Oswald (2014), and Elektro Guzzi (2015) performed at the Regional Museum of Natural Sciences; the National Automobile Museum; the Lumiq Studios; and the Circolo dei Lettori with CasArtissima (2015-2016)

Over time, new formats have been developed:

  • Politechno, a seminar on communication development and remix culture for university students,
  • Sound Journey, a happening of jazz and electronic music within the Torino airport,
  • Futur Beats, an avant-garde outdoor performance that is streamed online,
  • City Soundtrack, the soundtrack of Torino simultaneously broadcasted in all the city hotels during the Contemporary Art Week.

In September 2019, the photographs from Kappa FuturFestival and Movement Festival were exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery in London during the closing party of the Sweet Harmony: Rave | Today exhibition.