FLORENCE – Musical schools have collaborated to produce performances inspired by the ‘musical balconies’ that involved musicians and amateurs, and that have been giving encouragement and releif to
ROME – The Galleria Borghese closed for the rest of the month of March, in adherence to the Italian government’s decree that urged people not to enter into close proximity with one another, accordi
ROME – At the time of the plagues of 590 AD and The Black Plague of 1348 in Rome prayers were the primary remedy. Prayers produced an astonishing sign in the sky that a deadly plague would end.
POMPEI – The House of the Lovers, buried in the ash by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD, was reopened on Tuesday by the Director of Archaeology, Massimo Osanna, and the Italian Minister of Culture
FLORENCE - The US ambassador to the Holy See, Callista Louise Gingrich, visited the Uffizi Gallery on Saturday to admire the masterpieces exhibited in their collection. Mrs.
MILAN - Famous sculptures are revealed as part of the ‘Canova & Thorvaldsen exhibition – the birth of modern sculpture’, in the Gallery on Piazza della Scala, which runs until March 15, 2020.
ROME – At the Teatro Arciliuto on Thursday, the New York experimental performance artist Edgar Oliver delivered a thought-provoking spoken piece called ‘In The Park.’ Mr.
TARANTO - Applications are open for the Accademia del Belcanto “Rodolfo Celletti” in Martina Franca, Taranto, promoted and organised by the Fondazione Paolo Grassi in collaboration with the Festiva
MILAN – Nikola Tesla’s great-granddaughter, Desanka Mandic, currently studying computer engineering, will participate in the upcoming Nikola Tesla Exhibition.
ROME – Prestigious art gallery Galleria Borghese has set itself the colossal target of raising 8 million euros.
LAMB HOLM ISLAND, Orkneys -- Born out of the darkest days of war, the Italian Chapel of Orkney has become an inspiration of European unity and peaceful co-existence.
ORVIETO – The Opera del Duomo of Orvieto recently invited a group of foreign media correspondents, led by coordinator of the Culture group of the Foreign Press Association in Italy Carmen Del Vand
ROME - The rivalry between two early 19th century sculptors, Antonio Canova and Bertel Thorvaldsen, re-emerges in simultaneous major exhibitions in Rome and Milan. In Milan their works are brough