Artist Julian Charrière at MAMBO

Sunday, June 16th, 2019
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By Giorgia Ferro An intriguing contemporary art exhibition, “All We Ever Wanted Was Everything and Everywhere” was recently presented at MAMbo – Museum of Modern Art of Bologna and will be running from the 9th of June to the 8th of September, a show that connects the fields of environmental sciences, history and civilization through […]

Bologna Rock 1979

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019
Pensatevi Liberi BolognaRock flyer

MAMBO By Giorgia Ferro Museum of Modern Art of Bologna, continues its exhibition activity with Bologna Rock 1979, an exhibition dedicated to the musical event that brought together more than six thousand people at the Palasport in Bologna on April 2nd 1979 and the surrounding punk rock movement of the period. Bologna Rock can be […]

Ex Africa in the Archaeological Museum

Saturday, May 18th, 2019
Statue-Baoulé-Leloup

A truly unique experience By Giorgia Ferro This an extraordinary exhibition running at the Archaeological Museum in Bologna until September 8th, a truly unique event. Curated by the late Ezio Bassani and Gigi Pezzoli, the exhibition does not follow an ethnological itinerary but rather includes a narration of the art, stories of explorers and encounters […]

Beppe Maniglia – The Bolognese Legend

Saturday, May 4th, 2019
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‘SOTTO LE DUE TORRI’ Beppe Maniglia first started playing his guitar in Via Rizzoli in 1980 and fondly remembers, “the people going mad for him.” Eventually though, Maniglia became better known for riding through town like a star in his Harley Davidson, before setting up shop on Piazza Nettuno. “Look at me,” he pointed to […]

The Leila Bologna Project

Wednesday, April 24th, 2019
Leila Bologna for the sharing economy

The Sharing Economy If you haven’t heard of the ‘Sharing Economy’ by now, the chances are that you may have already participated in it without actually realising it. There can be no doubt that its ubiquitous reach has touched every nation and is encroaching on just about every useful resource in the modern age. Bologna’s […]

The start-up BackBo

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019
Pietro Ceciarini & Marta Carboni at their Scuderia workshop

A silent revolution Not all revolutions are noisy and in your face. Some are small, silent ones that contain the economic germs of the future. They are often the fruit of ideas nurtured by the courage of young people who never cease to change the world. BackBo is one of them. It is an experimental […]

“Alexa… Teach me English”

Friday, April 19th, 2019
Alexa English Course logo

Let us introduce you to a whole new way of learning a language. Amazon’s Alexa is the personal assistant that Amazon has developed to allow people to get information, communicate, play, and manage music playback and control home automation devices inside the home. And now… thanks to the ‘Skills’ app, which are real additional mini […]

Bolognese Construction Students visit Berlin

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019
In front of the Biogas plant BSR

IIPLE go Deutsch By Michael Phillips Every year architects, engineers and surveyors studying at IIPLE construction school visit a different European city as part of their EU sponsored program to broaden their knowledge before embarking on a work experience at home. This year Berlin was chosen for a lucky 18 students, whose ages varied from […]

Lee Miller – A Courageous Photographer

Thursday, April 11th, 2019
David E. Scherman by Lee Miller

By Giorgia Ferro Following the success of the Vivian Maier exhibition, Palazzo Pallavicini continues to promote female photography by presenting the retrospective dedicated to “Surrealist Lee Miller” curated by ONO Arte Contemporanea, celebrating one of the most important photographers of the twentieth century. Whilst starting out as a successful model at the end of the […]

‘Suspended’ Theatre Tickets

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019
CAMST ER Team with President Francesco Malaguti fourth from left, behind Morgantini.

MORGANTINI: “Free Culture for 20 guests of Cucine Popolare Roberto Morgantini does not know how to stay still. The new Commendatore of the Republic, awarded by Sergio Mattarella in Rome, has come up with another great idea: the ‘suspended’ theatre ticket. Twenty guests from his Cucine Popolare (People’s Kitchen) were invited to Arena del Sole Theatre […]