PISTOIA in 2017 was the Italian Capital of Culture and @Igers_Pistoia during the year, through Instagram, has involved citizens and not in the photographic and social storytelling of the city, suggesting a new theme every fifteen days or rather a “photographic challenge”. On over 500 photographs collected, more than 80 have been selected and from tomorrow (27th February) they’ll be on display (until 10th March) in the atrium of the Palazzo Comunale (in Piazza del Duomo, 1). Among these, also some photos shared by the #CCTravellers2017!
PISTOIA “In the tropical Butterfly House in the gardens of Villa Garzoni there is a piranha. I stand staring for a few moments at the fish with the deadpan face, shimmering reddish yellow scales and huge eyes. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a piranha at such close range.” Continue reading this (true) story by Nora Nadjarian | #CCTravellers2017
PISTOIA Here are the 50 guests selected through the “CALL for Creative Curious Travellers 2017” that has received 304 submissions from all around the World! The #CCTravellers2017 will spend some days in Pistoia – Italian Capital of Culture 2017 – from mid July to mid September, to explore the city and find their story… to tell and share on our web guidezine!
PISTOIA, 6 luglio 2017 ore 18.00 – presso la sede di Giorgio Tesi Group // Annuncio dei 50 creativi selezionati attraverso la “CALL for Creative Curious Travellers 2017” (su 304 candidature) che esploreranno e racconteranno la città di Pistoia al Mondo + Presentazione del libro “Rifondata sulla Bellezza” di Emilio Casalini, giornalista di Report/RAI e primo ospite speciale!
PISTOIA is waiting for you! > Be our special GUEST + Explore the Italian Capital of Culture 2017 / City of art and ornamental plants / among the top ten cities to see in 2017 (according to Lonely Planet) + Find your STORY and SHARE it on our web Guidezine. > HOW? Submit your application by June 15th!
PISTOIA-FIRENZE The vision and work of a master of the Italian modern architecture in an exhibition organised by the Fondazione Giovanni Michelucci. Can you think about the Station of Santa Maria Novella in Florence? Or the “Highway Church”? Well, we are talking about who have imagined and designed them.