From 9 July to 6 August 2019 the Bologna Museums Institution returns to the Piazza Maggiore stage to tell the richness of the historical and artistic heritage preserved in the civic museums. Six evening appointments with the Pills from museums which, in collaboration with the Cineteca Foundation of Bologna, will precede the films of the festival Sotto le stelle del cinema.
Alternating on the stage are the faces and voices of the operators of the civic museums called to tell, in the space of 10 minutes in each evening and with the help of images and videos, a representative theme of the heritage preserved in each museum, the exhibitions temporary and some previews.
Last appointment Tuesday 6 August.
At 9.15 pm Anna Dore (Archaeological Civic Museum) Travel in Etruria.
Summer, travel time, then winter comes, when the cold pushes to hole up in the warmth, and spring, when you would like to go but … work, school, sports activities, the theater workshop: a spider web of more or less demanding things keeps us at home.
And if … And if it were possible to take a trip, immerse yourself in landscapes of a surprising variety, from the sea to the mountains, from the sweetest and most famous hills in the world to a fearsome volcano, passing over the streams of legendary rivers, moving no more than twenty steps from Piazza Maggiore? And if in addition the journey would also take you to the heart of history, and populate these landscapes with the faces and stories of those who inhabited them and traveled over 2000 years ago? This is what the Archaeological Civic Museum proposes to its public between 7 December 2019 and 24 May 2020. Yes a trip, but where? You will find out in Piazza …
To follow “L’onorevole Angelina” (Italy / 1947) by Luigi Zampa (92 ‘).