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 Cultural Association “Piazza Navona” was created in February 2018 by the writer Chiara Ricci as a spin-off of the homonymous online column born in January of the same year. The intent that unites the two projects is the same: the dissemination and sharing of culture in all its forms of expression. In the online section (which can be consulted by accessing the website www.riccichiara.com), in fact, the interviews are reported leading exponents of Italian and international culture passing from Music to Photography, from Literature to Sport and the world of Art. Among the interviewed personalities we remember John Densmore, Gene Schiavone, Professor Francesco Sabatini, Lorenzo Quinn, Steve Berry, Vincenzo Nibali, Tania Cagnotto, Antonietta Di Martino, Evelyn Farr, Carlo Pignatelli… In addition, the editorial staff’s commitment to participation in cultural events, conferences and press previews of exhibitions and films on the national territory is intense (especially in Rome).
This is only a part of the project “PIAZZA NAVONA”. The writer, in fact, decided to create the homonymous Cultural Association to better implement its desire for dissemination and cultural sharing through the organization of events such as book presentations, exhibitions, exhibitions, literary and artistic competitions, meetings, conferences all over the country. In fact, this Association created the successful National Literary Prize “EquiLibri”. We are working successfully to establish and implement a dense and solid network of collaborations – active throughout Italy – with cultural institutions, libraries, publishing houses, museums.
Finally, the Cultural Association “Piazza Navona” has among the honorary members the Olympic Champion Antonietta Di Martino, Steve Hackett, member of the legendary band Genesis, Mark King bassist and founder of the musical group Levele 42, Patrizia Mavilla, Head of the Fondazione Simonetta Puccini, director and writer Italo Moscati and journalist Andrea Pamparana.
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