EUROPEAN WEEK OF CULTURE
From September 20th to 28th, a week of events, exhibitions and events on the occasion of the Summit of European Ministers of Culture held in Turin on 23rd and 24th September, the most authoritative recognition of the central role that culture has taken on in the identity and life of the city.
MITO SETTEMBREMUSICA: MILAN AND TURIN JOIN FORCES FOR THE EIGHTH TIME
For 18 days – from 4th - 21st September – Milan and Turin will once again become a single, great stage, offering audiences a unique chance to hear all different kinds of high quality music. MITO
proposes a vast and diverse programme where you can’t help but discover new genres and eras, exploring their richness and variety.
The 66th Rai Prix Italia, directed by the new general secretary Paolo Morawski, is held for the sixth consecutive year in Turin, from September 20th to 25th. The international competition, which this year is titled the laboratory of innovation
, promotes and rewards creativity in television programs and on the web of over 100 broadcasters and 50 countries from five continents. The projection reviews of the Prix will take place as usual in the Cinema Massimo and the TV studios of the RAI.
TORINO SPIRITUALITÀ. THE RATIONAL HEARTTorino Spiritualità
will be celebrating its tenth anniversary with this edition, which will feature five days of meetings, talks, lessons and readings, over 100 meetings, 130 guests from all over the world and 30 city venues, all bent on considering the relationship between the heart and rational thought. ‘A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination
’: Nelson Mandela. From 24th - 28th September, in various different venues.
Around 250 works by Roy Lichtenstein, the undisputed master of Pop Art, arrive in Italy for the first time thanks to the close collaboration with the Estate and the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, as well as important loans from prestigious international museums such as the National Gallery in Washington, the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago and from public and private Italian and European collections. From 27th September to 25th January 2015, at the GAM - Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art.