100 years since the birth of journalist, painter and screenwriter, Dino Buzzati (1906-1972), Testaccio community library will host an exhibition in his honour. The show runs until 5 February at the Biblioteca Enzo Tortora, Via Zabaglia 27, tracing his life and times as well featuring special edition books and a gallery of photos taken by the author in the Deserto dei Tartari (Tartar Desert) while on a trip with the late journalist and writer Indro Montanelli, Mondadori, Montale and other cultural figures of the 20th century. The writers widow will attend the exhibition on 26 January, and a talk will be held at 18.30 on 2 February on the theme Buzzati e la cronaca nera (crime news) and working in journalism in general. Buzzati, long-term reporter and columnist for Corriere della Sera, will also be honoured with a theatre production, Streghe a Milano (Witches in Milan), running from 24-29 January and directed by Mario Palmieri at the Petrolini Theatre.
Wanted in Rome
EVENTS THIS WEEKview calendar
Rome areasall Rome areas
PART TIME English Language Teacher for our middle school in Albano Laziale (Rome). Candidates must be mother tongue (UK, USA, Canada, Ireland). Working days Monday to Friday starti...
Twenty years ago died giudice Borsellino. More than something has done, much more is gone. Whith Paolo the law is close to the truth and even of we thought at the soccer and...
Good experiences and references. Lives in Rome 16years. contact. firstname.lastname@example.org.