A festival of the arts to celebrate the return to city life in Italy

The event dedicated to the sculptress Beverly Pepper involves Venice, Todi and L'Aquila.

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9 September 2020, Redaction

L'Aquila, Todi and Venice are getting dressed up for their first festival of the arts that will take place to mark the rebirth of the cities after months of forced closure due to COVID-19.

From 12th to 24th September 2020 the three Italian cities will promote the culture of the Bel Paese, becoming a meeting point for artists from various backgrounds. The festival will welcome 60 master musicians, sculptors, painters, goldsmiths, glassmakers and those who have more to show how arts and crafts of the past are always current in terms of making cities beautiful. From 18th to 20th September, there will also be free concerts in various dedicated urban spaces.

The initiative is coordinated by the Fondazione Progetti Beverly Pepper, dedicated to a recently deceased American sculptress and particularly linked to the village of Todi, the heart of the event, which will host some of her works.

Article seen at: L'Aquila, Todi e Venezia: 60 artisti nelle piazze per ripensare i centri urbani (La repubblica)

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