Stia, The Contemporary Art Museum

Promoting the work of local contemporary artists

The Contemporary Art Museum in Stia is housed in a twelfth century building which once belonged to the counts Guidi. The building was completely renovated in Medieval style by Giuseppe Castellucci in 1908. The museum was created to promote modern art in this small town at the foot of the mountain, and to provide a worthy home for the work of contemporary artists. All the artists whose work is displayed either come from Tuscany or live in the region.

The pieces which made up the museum’s original collection are 53 paintings and 10 sculptures donated by Vicky Galati Indelli in memory of her father, Americo Francesco Galati. The collection has grown over the years thanks to various artists who have donated works to the Town Council for the museum.

Opening hours
June – September: Saturday and Sunday 4pm-7pm

Entry fee

Disabled access

Contact information
Palagio Fiorentino-via Vittorio Veneto
Stia (Arezzo)
Telephone 0575 504002 (Comune)
Preciuos hamlet in Casentino
Inside the town of Stia, whose origins date back to the Roman age, we can admire the Porciano Castle, the Church of St. Mary delle Grazie and the Florentine Palagio. Apart from its Roman origins, shown also by its very name “Stia”, a Latin term that indicated the nearby Staggia stream, the oldest mentions in reference to the village are from 1053. It is information regarding the parish of St. ...