Parma After the Revolution
Presenting the 2020-21 Italian Capital of Culture
Stefano Albertini (NYU)
in conversation with
Michele Guerra, Assessore alla Cultura, Parma
The episode will be broadcast live on Casa's Facebook Page and website
Art Tribune recently nominated Michele Guerra Best Cultural Commissioner in Italy. He and his team won the nomination of Parma as Italian Capital of Culture for 2020. Shortly after the President of the Republic, Sergio Mattarella, inaugurated the year-long celebration, all events had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The city was recently awarded an extension through 2021 in order to be able to fully present its rich program of events. Dr. Guerra (who is also a Professor of Film Studies at the University of Parma) will lead us into a journey of cultural discovery of his city and will talk to us about what has been planned for Parma 2020-2021.
In ITALIAN with ENGLISH subtitles.
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