The Milan-based festival of early music organised by the Noema Association in partnership with Fondazione Cologni, has reached its seventh edition: six concerts, featuring some of the most acknowledged ensembles in Europe, where the human voice is always paired with very special musical instruments, crafted by contemporary artisans d’après the time-honoured models featured in the Medieval and Renaissance painting. The Festival’s last dates will be on June 2nd and June 9th.
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Between 2019 and 2020, the Biennale of Art Schools will support a moment of creativity and confrontation among secondary schools. The theme of this two-year period develops around the celebration of one of the most important Italian masters: Leonardo Da Vinci.
This summer, Officine Saffi, Milan’s renowned gallery devoted to contemporary authorial ceramics, reaches the Apulia region, in the territory of Ostuni, among the trulli and the pristine landscapes of Salento.
Until 29 September, the Villa Torlonia Museums, at the Casina delle Civette in Rome, are showcasing the personal exhibition of ceramic artist Clara Garesio.
From 4 to 31 July, the Caselli-De Sanctis institute for ceramics and porcelain is showcasing the exhibition "Presepe Liberato" (A Free Nativity Scene).
Ugo La Pietra left his mark again. This time at Apricena, in Apulia Region, where he created the public work "Dalle cave all'architettura" (From quarries to architecture) in the “Madre Pietra” Parco Museo Sculture.
Milan’s Officine Saffi, a well-known gallery specialising in contemporary authorial ceramic works, presents "A Thing of Beauty. The Heterogeneous Nature of Matter", a collective exhibition of eleven art ceramists, from several different generations, active from the 1950s until now.
The Pandora Artiste Ceramiste Association invites you to take part in the travelling exhibition "Chawan, le stagioni del tè", (Chawan, the Seasons of Tea), involving 150 Italian and foreign artists.
In occasione dei novant'anni di Alessio Tasca il Museo Civico della Ceramica "Giuseppe De Fabris" di Nove (VI) ha realizzato una mostra dedicata alla produzione giovanile dell'artista ceramista: i piatti graffiti realizzati tra il 1948 e il 1951 per la Tasca Artigiani Ceramisti.
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From 17 to 19 May, within the context of "Buongiorno Ceramica", the Associazione Pandora (Ceramic Artists Pandora Association) is organising the “Matres Week” event throughout Italian and European cities boasting an ancient ceramics tradition.
This year’s competing categories are “Preserving Beauty”, dedicated to the masters of restoration, and “Training to Excellence”.
The Giuseppe Gianetti Ceramics Museum will host until 20 April the "Pegaso. Liberi di volare" (Pegasus. Free to fly) exhibition by Angelo Zilio – Gilö, an artist and a ceramist working in the Varese area.
Fondazione Cologni is pleased to announce that Giampaolo Babetto and Studio Swine have been awarded the prestigious Wallpaper* Design Award for their 2018 "Fundamentals" work, created for the third edition of the Doppia Firma project, supported by Fondazione Cologni and Living Corriere della Sera, and presented by Michelangelo Foundation.
Starting on 1 January applications for the 14th edition of the "Biennale Internazionale di Arte Ceramica di Aveiro" (Aveiro's Biennial International Ceramic Art) are open for the contest created by the Portuguese city of Aveiro
Running until 21 March, Naples' Made in Cloister Foundation is showcasing the work of Chinese artist Liu Jianhua, entitled “Monuments”.
Until 17 March, on the main floor of Guastalla's Palazzo Ducale, visitors can access the exhibition "Fashion records in Guastalla. 16th-17th-18th centuries and Twentieth century resonance", curated by Doretta Davanzo Poli, textile craft historian and professor at Venice's University.
Until 10 March, the exhibition “The Princes' Fragile Treasures. The Paths of Porcelain between Vienna and Florence” is open to the public in the Treasury of the Grand Dukes hall in Florence's Pitti Palace.
On 14 December, the third biennial edition of Vicenza's Museo del Gioiello, promoted by Italian Exhibition Group Spa in a partnership with Vicenza's Municipality, was inaugurated with an entirely new selection of works.
The late October's rough weather ravaging Val di Fiemme destroyed over two million trees beyond repair. Among them, rare resonance trunks, a precious kind of wood used for creating musical instruments.