ITALIAN MUSEUM   HAPPY HOURS 

Several leading Italian museums are introducing a “Happy Hour” with aperitif and entertainment, in order to attract a younger public.

Following the example of the London Tate Modern, which drew crowds with its highly successful “Late at Tate” iniziative, three Italian contemporary art museums - the Guggenheim Museum of Venice, the Madre of Naples and the Macro of Rome ¿½ are organizing “Happy hour” events over the summer, with drinks, live music and video showings included in the entrance price.

 

11 Jun 2010

MICHELANGELO'S WIND GOD

A previously unidentified bas-relief carving of the Greek wind god, Aeolus, has now been definitely attributed to the great renaissance master Michelangelo Buonarotti.

08 Jun 2010 More

GENZANO FLOWER FESTVAL

                                                         

The small town of Genzano, in the Castelli Romani near Rome, is to hold the 232 nd edition of its famous Flower Festival on the 11-14 June 2010.... 

05 Jun 2010 More

3 MONTHS OF MUSIC IN LAND OF VERDI

15 towns within a 60-km radius in the provinces of Piacenza and Parma, known as “Terre Verdiana” (Verdi Land) in honour of the famous Italian opera composer Giuseppe Verdi, born at Roncole de Busseto, Parma in 1813, are staging a three month musical event between the 11 June- 29 August 2010.

01 Jun 2010 More

ITALY'S MOST BEAUTIFUL GARDEN 2010

Ten finalists have been selected for this year’s “Most Beautiful Garden in Italy” contest, organized by Briggs & Stratton, the US manufacturer of garden equipment and machinery.

29 May 2010 More

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