Let’s get to know artist Riccardo Guasco and his very original campaign dedicated to kindness, titled Piccola campagna inventata per la tutela della gentilezza.
The first fully hand-written, hand-illustrated version of the Divine Comedy since the 15th century Seven hundred years after the death of Dante, we celebrate Dantedì with an interview to artist, illustrator and university professor George Cochrane, to learn more about his highly anticipated graphic novel version of the Divine Comedy, his passion for ‘all things … Continued
In the year of the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death, Giovanni Cova & C. dedicates its panettone to the great artist A panettone dedicated to Raphael While all the exhibitions organized to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death are close because of the pandemic, Giovanni Cova & C., a renowned pastry shop in Milan, … Continued
Italian museums and cultural sites are reopening their doors to visitors, and so let’s discover some of them After the months-long lockdown, Italy has started reopening museums, archives, libraries, archeological sites and churches to the public. Since everyone’s health is a priority, only the cultural sites able to guarantee safety and social distancing measures have been able to welcome … Continued
Due to the Covid-19 health emergency, Italian museums and archeological sites are closed, but their websites and social media accounts are there for you Spring is usually considered the ideal season to visit Italy, in particular its città d’arte, and many of you may have planned a trip in this period. Unfortunately we cannot replace your … Continued
With the slogan La cultura batte il tempo Parma is the new Italian Capital of Culture Every year the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism designates a Capital of Culture to support and enhance its cultural activities. Nearly two years have passed since Parma was appointed the Italian Capital of Culture 2020. … Continued