LIVORNO is a seaside city surrounded by many small ancient towns and medieval villages that embellish a landscape made up of rolling hills and golden beaches, those of the Etruscan Coast. Overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea from this fortunate perspective, also Rosignano Marittimo. And it is here that – through this new CALL for #CCTravellers – we invite you! Submit your application by 3rd March 2023! #VisitTuscany #Livorno #RosignanoMarittimo #LaGiunca #CCTravellers #SeeCity
MILANO Time and Nature, this is what we saw in the Hands of Flowers and Leaves created by the artist Elena Bettanello and photographed by Rachele Salvioli during their first Milanese quarantine. Here is the interview in which they told us the idea…
MONDO Covid-19 has also closed the Museums to the public but has released creativity and among the initiatives born on the web and social media for the “Cultural Resistance”, one in particular continues to entertain the world of Art, the challenge #BetweenArtAndQuarantine or – in Dutch, mother tongue of the project – #TussenKunstenQuarantaine.
PALERMO A story inspired by the city and its nature. And, in particular, by the Museum of Maiolica tiles – Stanze al Genio. A beautiful art work by science explorer & illustrator Holly McKelvey. #CCTravellers2018
PISTOIA A few summers ago, while we were hosting the #CCTravellers in the Italian Capital of Culture 2017, we discovered a place that we fell in love with at the first encounter. Yes, with Castagno di Piteccio it was love at first sight. And among the Creative Curious Travellers, who came to Tuscany from various parts of the World, with whom we repeatedly visited this tiny #BorgoMuseo a few kilometers from the city, there’s even someone who told us: “it is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen”.
PISTOIA is a city that more than others had fun over the centuries giving original, bizarre and extravagant names to its streets and alleys. For example: who knows the history of the white dog?! and who has ever noticed the bas-relief in stone that portrays, at the beginning of Via del Can Bianco, this curious local hero?! 🙂
STORIE IN TAVOLA vuole raccontare di una città, la città di Palermo, attraverso le storie di coloro che la respirano e la abitano quotidianamente. STORIE IN TAVOLA nasce da un’idea di Anna Sofia Pozzato e Chen Yuxi. #CCTravellers2018
PALERMO The capital of the south presented in a different way. A visual story by Marija Stankovic & Danica Vranic – architects and storytellers from Belgrade, Serbia! #CCTravellers2018
TORINO Il festival di NESXT è un viaggio nel mondo delle pratiche artistiche indipendenti che porta in giro per Torino attraverso l’Italia più contemporanea: il circuito, infatti, seleziona spazi e progetti in tutto il bel paese e trova loro casa in luoghi del capoluogo piemontese, mettendo dunque in connessione realtà del territorio con altre, provenienti da altre città italiane, che hanno profili simili o comunque alcune caratteristiche in comune, realtà con le quali condividono interessi o intenzioni, punti di vista o visioni.
SEETIES Inspired by the imaginative world of Van Gogh, ‘No Blue Without Yellow’ – a short film by Maciek Janicki – offers an emotive tour through the world Vincent Van Gogh saw and captured in his paintings. The fantasy lasts simply two minutes, but within that short time the observer is immersed in a painter’s lifetime.
PALERMO In the Sicilian capital to explore and tell the city together with the #CCTravellers2018 – we also took part in the opening days of #Manifesta12 dedicated to the press… So, before publishing and sharing the stories by the #CCTravellers who were in particular inspired by the European nomadic biennial for contemporary art, we’ll try to tell you in brief what #MANIFESTA is in its 12th edition (open until 4th November 2018). #SeeCity #Palermo2018