14-21 November: Little Big Cinemas. The festival of films are coming
by 14 the 21 November Milan, Sesto San Giovanni, Bergamo, As, Cremona, Casalpusterlengo, Pavia, Varese will host the Third Edition of Little Big Cinemas. The festival of films are coming.
The Festival, over 100 appointments in all the cities involved, 75 hours laboratories and 32 Titles proposed in the city of Milan, turns to Children, Boys, insegnantIn, parents and Movie fans.
The program is divided into: Family Program, Program School, Omaggio and Karel Zeman and the small but valuable section New looks on Children, directed mainly to the public of the "large", Three important and beautiful film that tell, between fiction and documentary, different ways of growing up and away, models of childhood and adolescence "real" or edgy.
Family Program, In week end, with a rich set of events.
The big opening party, Sunday 14 November (by h 15.30 – Reservations are recommended to 3469582555) to Mil Area of Sesto San GiovanniIn, The third edition of the Festival will open with a Tribute the great artist LEO LIONNI, for 100 years after his birth, celebrated with a show live, The caterpillar surveyor, staged by the theater company Fata Morgana, and the projection of five unforgettable animated stories, made Giulio Gianini, taken from his most famous picture books, digitally restored, In 2009, from the Italian Film Library.
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The Teatro alla Moda. Costume – Great Stylists
fashion is a central component of contemporary culture and the context of increasingly frequent and reciprocal influences between Fashion and Art, an exciting new exhibition, entitled The Teatro alla Moda. Costume. Great Stylists, will be in the spotlight in Rome, bringing together for the first time the creations of top Italian designers, Our excellence in the world, for the Theater, Opera and Dance.
One hundred costumes, together with sketches, sketches and rare documentary video of its shows, will be set up in the spaces of the Museum of Rome Foundation, Via del Corso, by 5 November 5 December 2010. Under the High Patronage of the Italian President, The exhibition is sponsored by Altaroma, by Fondazione Roma and Brescia Musei Mazzucchelli, is produced and organized with Arthemisia Group, and sees it implemented an unprecedented partnership between the world of art and fashion.
The exhibition has the support of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Heritage and Culture, Ministry of Tourism, the Province of Rome and the National Institute for Foreign Trade; also boasts the award of High Representative of the Presidency of the Chamber of Deputies, the contribution of Regione Lazio, Department of Culture, Arts & Sports, support of Cultural Policies and Communication in Rome Capital and collaboration of the Fondazione Cinema per Roma and Fondazione Musica per Roma. Main sponsor is Barclays Wealth in support of, together to sponsor American Express, Enel, FPC Partners LLP, Fnac and sponsors technical and Samsung, made possible this extraordinary event in Rome.
The opening night will also be a charity event with the involvement of Sant'Egidio Agenda, a non-profit organization that works to promote and encourage the support of all activities against poverty and support promoted by the Community of Sant'Egidio. In fact, a fraction of the tickets to the exhibition will be donated to.
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The Museum of the Alps
The Alpine Museum is a multidisciplinary course, interactive and multimedia Dedicated to the Alps and the Mountain.. A art museum The international scene:: the twenty-nine sales of the tour,, enclosed within the walls of the fort of Bard,, In Valle d'Aosta, Together and New Technologies,, telling a mountain 'lived' and transformed by man. sounds, video and projected to form sets in,, reconstructions and multimedia games that accompany the visitor through a journey of exploration to live with 5 senses.
The Museum of the Alps is part of the recovery and conversion of the entire complex of the Fort of Bard, realized by the Regione Autonoma Valle d'Aosta.
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The Prehistory of the Week 26 the 31 October 2010
by 26 the 31 October Modena XLV host the Scientific Meeting of the Italian Institute of Prehistory and Early History, an important event to present a updated picture knowledge of the prehistory and early history in Emilia-Romagna.
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The streets of the culture with the museum system
Who wants to try to do the archaeologist, anyone wishing to experience the laws of physics or chemistry, who wants to take a step back in time can immerse themselves in the Paleolithic. All this has a name: museale system
When the students hold hands what happens to the culture? A surprising result. Who wants to try to do the archaeologist can now pretend to dig in the halls of Museum Foggia Via Arpi, anyone wishing to experience the laws of physics or chemistry will do so as employees of Via Imperiale. And yet, those who want to make a step back over time can immerse themselves in the Paleolithic, faithfully reconstructed by the use of dioramas. All this has a name: museum system, that is available to schools and teachers who will decide the most suitable path to education will have access to a wide range of opportunities.
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