The program from Monday 15 to Sunday 21 July, in Lungarno Colombo, 27 (free admission)
From talks on Japan to yellow book readings:
the events of the week at the Pier
From talk about the world of Japanese manga to readings of yellow books, from jazz to gyrokinesis courses in the green
From talks on the world of Japanese manga to yellow readings, from jazz to gyrokinesis courses in the green: it continues with a rich program of events and cultural proposals the week from 15 to 21 July at the Molo , in Lungarno Colombo, 27 (free admission ).
On Monday 15th , at 7 pm, for the 4x4 festival , curated by Andrea Mi, Piero Fragola will meet Francesco Ristori to present Robot Fever , the book born from the historic exhibition at the Stibbert Museum that connects ancient Japan with the modern one of cartoons and manga. We will talk about how play production fascinated children in the 70s and 80s, who today, as parents, propose to their children the myths of their childhood, making them rise to real icons of our days.
Tuesday 16 will open at 18.30 with " Trappola per Volpi", reading by the author Fabrizio Silei , accompanied by live soundtracks by Nicola Genovese (piano), during which the author engages with a thrill of great atmosphere in a fascist Florence with a popular flavor. The event is organized by the cultural association La Nottola di Minerva . At 7pm Piero Fragola will talk with Alessandro Nutini, historical drummer of Bandabardò . Collaborator of great theatrical authors such as Dario Fo and Ascanio Celestini, Alessandro Nutini is also an important pedagogue, founder, paired with Giacomo Costa, of the blog "Le pene dell'orso" and author of books like "Vita da bestie" and "A about the toad ", classic fairy tales revisited in a modern key. At 7.30 pm Martina Francone of Wave Laboratorio del Movimento will hold a lesson on gyrokinesis, training based on sequences of fluid and rhythmic movements, coordinated with breathing.
In line with the renewed interest in environmental issues, in collaboration with the association Run X You and Ploggers World, on Wednesday 17 at 18.30 the Pier proposes Aperiplogging : an activity that is good for the environment, the city and the body which consists of collecting waste from the ground while running and walking. After a short introduction, everyone will start according to the training level to "start" at the jogging or walking pace.
Rijeka and the city will be the protagonists of the talk on Thursday 18 where Egidio Raimondi , an adviser of the Order of Architects of Florence, will meet Cecilia Del Re , city planning commissioner , and Giancarlo Paba , professor of spatial planning at the University of Florence for talk about the Arno as a public space. We will talk about the river's potential to become a social gathering space, a place for socialization and choral life, a true "square" or "street" in the urban section and a natural ecosystem just outside. At 8pm appointment with " Molo in Black " feat. Junior P.
As always, the music will be the protagonist of the Molo weekend with the DJ sets by Luca di Venere (Friday 19) and Enrico Paoli (Saturday 20) and the jazz notes of Sunday 21, curated by Groovin 'Rex and the European Academy of Florence - International School of Art and Culture, with Stefano Marini Quartet's concert formed by Francesco Panconesi on sax, Stefano Marini on guitar, Ferdinando Romano on double bass and Pier Luigi Foschi on drums ( 8.00 pm ).
The cultural proposal will be flanked by the gastronomic one with the various specialties of the Molo: from the characteristic Florentine lampredotto of the Eredi L. Nigro Company , to the organic Km 0 SimBIOsi pizza , from the Polpaio dell'Elba sea recipes to the two novelties of this year, the tasty Mediterranean flavors of Italian Tapas and the artisan tradition of the Gelateria Vivaldi . At the cocktail list on the banks of the Arno, the staff of the historic Rex Firenze, who is 30 this year, think about it.
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