The Cultural Association “Piazza Navona”
The Cultural Association “Piazza Navona” was founded in February 2018 by an idea of the writer Chiara Ricci whose intent is the dissemination and cultural sharing through the organization of events such as book presentations, exhibitions, literary and artistic competitions, conferences scattered throughout the territory and the creation of a network of collaborations with cultural institutions, libraries, bookshops, publishing houses, private museums, accommodation facilities to support, facilitate and make more widespread the Culture in all its forms of expression. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information and join our project……
The Online Column “Piazza Navona”
In this space we will talk about Cinema, Art, Literature, Theatre, Sport, Music… through articles, reviews, interviews, previews prints of the most important artistic events of the Capital (and not only). National and international cultural figures will meet us to discover their world, their talent and their personalities. Many and different will be the themes, the meetings and the guests of the Online Column I Piazza Navona I. through which discover, with curiosity and passion, our present and our history. To all readers we wish you Happy Reading and… we are waiting for you!…..
Chiara Ricci entrevista a Miguel Ángel Barroso, el director de la película “PierPaolo” y de su amor por el Cine
Un encuentro entre Roma y Madrid con el director Miguel Ángel Barroso hablando de Cinema, de Literatura y de su amor por Pier Paolo Pasolini al cual ha dedicado su documental “Pierpaolo”. Mi primera pregunta puede parecer bastante banal pero
The online Column “Piazza Navona” today is very happy to talk to you about the novel “She seduced me. A love affair with Rome” written by Mark Tedesco and edited by Dixi Books.
Franco D’Alessandro, the playwright of Italian descent, tells about love, poetry and magic for his job
Franco D’Alessandro tells Chiara Ricci his passion for the Theatre, the birth of his most famous plays and his deep love for Italy and… Rome.