Exploring Literature, Visual Arts, and Conversations with Local Artists and Writers at Monteverde Art Festival.
Save the Date
Teatro Villa Pamphilj in Rome hosts a day of artistic festivities on Sunday, November 12, from 10 AM to 5 PM. A celebration of literature, images, and words curated by Federico Raponi, featuring nine talented artists from the Monteverde neighborhood. Admission is free, and the event is under the patronage of Municipio Roma XII.
A Neighborhood Celebration
This vibrant gathering at Monteverde Art Festival is a unique opportunity for artists to showcase their work, share insights, and engage with the community. The event is open to all, with free admission, and is curated by journalist and writer Federico Raponi.
Showcasing Artistic Talent
The exhibition Monteverde Art Festival will spotlight the works of photographers the_kintsugi_jar and Gaia Adducchio, painters Alessandro Gozzuti and Daniela Conti, and illustrator Lorenzo Terranera. Each artist brings a unique perspective, contributing to the diverse tapestry of Monteverde’s artistic landscape. The event will feature book presentations by esteemed authors, including Fabrizio Funtò, Francois Morlupi, Marta Rizzo, and Giovanni Germano. These literary works cover a diverse range of topics, offering a rich exploration of storytelling and expression.
Teatro Villa Pamphilj: A Hub for the Arts
Under the artistic direction of Veronica Olmi, Teatro Villa Pamphilj stands as a vital part of Rome’s Teatri in Comune network. As an integral cultural venue, the theater is committed to promoting local talent and fostering a vibrant artistic community. Nestled in the heart of Rome, Teatro Villa Pamphilj is more than just a venue; it’s a living testament to the city’s rich cultural heritage.
Originally a noble villa dating back to the 17th century, Villa Pamphilj underwent a transformation in the 20th century to become a hub for the performing arts. With its charming location on Via di San Pancrazio, Teatro Villa Pamphilj represents for both locals and visitors a place, where history and contemporary creativity intertwine. It is not merely a stage; it is a canvas where the past meets the present, inviting all to be a part of the unfolding story of art in Rome.
Featured Image: Alessandro Gozzuti – Tempo