Slow Words, People and Stories from this World: the weeklies

Our weekly magazine to sip in English and Italian or in the original languages of its poems and short stories.
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Amici dei musei? Corporate membership? Fund raising territoriale?  Ne avevamo già scritto e ce ne siamo occupati per altre testate in questi anni, ma vale la pena tornarci sia per chi, negli anni, ci ha seguiti e sia per chi non lo ha fatto e si aspetta di capire che novità, almeno in Italia, ci siano dopo l’Art Bonus (2014), ultima arrivata in fatto di leggi per incoraggiare le donazioni liberali ad istituzioni (e paesaggio!). E per parlarvi di un po' di imprenditori (e musei) che fanno…

Amici dei musei? Corporate membership? Fund raising territoriale? Ne avevamo già scritto e ce ne siamo occupati per altre testate in questi anni, ma vale la pena tornarci sia per chi, negli anni, ci ha seguiti e sia per chi non lo ha fatto e si aspetta di capire che novità, almeno in Italia, ci siano dopo l’Art Bonus (2014), ultima arrivata in fatto di leggi per incoraggiare le donazioni liberali ad istituzioni (e paesaggio!). E per parlarvi di un po' di imprenditori (e musei) che fanno…

on #slowwords this week a super fantastic experience happening in Italy....  (...)  'The School of Penny Wirton started and multiplied in different Italian cities with the same model of open school without classes to teach the basic Italian language to foreigners always providing free courses with volunteering teachers. Or it helps who already speaks Italian and write it to improve. Which is your inspiration, how many centres, teachers and ‘students’ do you have?  In this moment we can count…

on #slowwords this week a super fantastic experience happening in Italy.... (...) 'The School of Penny Wirton started and multiplied in different Italian cities with the same model of open school without classes to teach the basic Italian language to foreigners always providing free courses with volunteering teachers. Or it helps who already speaks Italian and write it to improve. Which is your inspiration, how many centres, teachers and ‘students’ do you have? In this moment we can count…

#slowwords this week reads and translate in English the lines of an Italian poet, Roberto Pazzi: ' My friend Bruno was riding  as a child on the push bike singing  in a language that does not exist.  He liked the passers by were  always thinking he was a stranger.  (...)  http://www.slow-words.com/the-blanket/

#slowwords this week reads and translate in English the lines of an Italian poet, Roberto Pazzi: ' My friend Bruno was riding as a child on the push bike singing in a language that does not exist. He liked the passers by were always thinking he was a stranger. (...) http://www.slow-words.com/the-blanket/

'Ho iniziato a produrre lavori d’arte prima della maggiore età ma mi sono messo a lavorare per il cinema perché volevo imparare e migliorare le tecniche e, possibilmente, avere un reddito mentre lo facevo. Sono stato così fortunato da incontrare – ed imparare da – diversi grandissimi artisti.  Non sono un fan di supereroi o di horror, non guardo la TV e le serie, anzi non ho neanche una TV sin da quando avevo 21 anni. Sono sempre stato interessato al talento, alla maestria nell’esecuzione…

'Ho iniziato a produrre lavori d’arte prima della maggiore età ma mi sono messo a lavorare per il cinema perché volevo imparare e migliorare le tecniche e, possibilmente, avere un reddito mentre lo facevo. Sono stato così fortunato da incontrare – ed imparare da – diversi grandissimi artisti. Non sono un fan di supereroi o di horror, non guardo la TV e le serie, anzi non ho neanche una TV sin da quando avevo 21 anni. Sono sempre stato interessato al talento, alla maestria nell’esecuzione…

#slowwords this week wants to speak of #brexit in its own way and meet an Italian-Londoner makeup artist and sculptor, Valter Adam Casotto, time traveler&David Donatello prestigious cinema award recipient for Tale of the Tales. If you want to know him in person we tell you where and when to meet him. With his story we loved to read a very plastic short story of V. Woolf and other verses, among them the stunning Time Traveler by an Irish contemporary author. Good readings with us…

#slowwords this week wants to speak of #brexit in its own way and meet an Italian-Londoner makeup artist and sculptor, Valter Adam Casotto, time traveler&David Donatello prestigious cinema award recipient for Tale of the Tales. If you want to know him in person we tell you where and when to meet him. With his story we loved to read a very plastic short story of V. Woolf and other verses, among them the stunning Time Traveler by an Irish contemporary author. Good readings with us…

'(...)  Mes faims, tournez. Paissez, faims, Le pré des sons. Attirez le gai venin Des liserons.  (...)  My hunger, turn. Hunger, feed: A field of bran. Gather as you can the bright, Poison weed.  (...)  Arthur Rimbaud (France, 1854-1891), par Une saison en enfer read more, read it all on #slowwords this week  http://www.slow-words.com/faim/

'(...) Mes faims, tournez. Paissez, faims, Le pré des sons. Attirez le gai venin Des liserons. (...) My hunger, turn. Hunger, feed: A field of bran. Gather as you can the bright, Poison weed. (...) Arthur Rimbaud (France, 1854-1891), par Une saison en enfer read more, read it all on #slowwords this week http://www.slow-words.com/faim/

#slowwords this week discovers a very young group of artists and designers, How We Dwell, whose main output are residencies with a survival kit. We read Rimbaud and Rilke to dig dawn, hunger and the root of poetry making within their story. Stay tuned and have a good reading with us!  http://eepurl.com/cHREwb

#slowwords this week discovers a very young group of artists and designers, How We Dwell, whose main output are residencies with a survival kit. We read Rimbaud and Rilke to dig dawn, hunger and the root of poetry making within their story. Stay tuned and have a good reading with us! http://eepurl.com/cHREwb

this week #slowwords meets Enrico Fontanari, Henry, an urban planner and a professor from Venice who tells from where the love for his researches comes and why his city of choice is in coma. We read back 3 great pieces of literature we've already published on 2014 - together with a story of another architect, Ben Aranda from New York. Walt Whitman, Joyce Kilmer and a fantastic essay by a social scientist from Switzerland, Lucius Burckhardt. Good readings with us! http://eepurl.com/cGUefn

this week #slowwords meets Enrico Fontanari, Henry, an urban planner and a professor from Venice who tells from where the love for his researches comes and why his city of choice is in coma. We read back 3 great pieces of literature we've already published on 2014 - together with a story of another architect, Ben Aranda from New York. Walt Whitman, Joyce Kilmer and a fantastic essay by a social scientist from Switzerland, Lucius Burckhardt. Good readings with us! http://eepurl.com/cGUefn

Questo mese #slowwords racconta la storia di Mammut con le parole di Giovanni Zoppoli, che abbiamo raccolto per la rubrica 'Osservatorio' dei #socialcohesiondays . Cosa è Mammut, cosa è Scampia, che vuol dire fare nuova pedagogia fuori dalle classi e dagli schemi - adulti, bambini, rom e tutta la società che ascolta?  Trovate qui un racconto di luoghi e persone che fanno, eccome se la fanno, differenza…

Questo mese #slowwords racconta la storia di Mammut con le parole di Giovanni Zoppoli, che abbiamo raccolto per la rubrica 'Osservatorio' dei #socialcohesiondays . Cosa è Mammut, cosa è Scampia, che vuol dire fare nuova pedagogia fuori dalle classi e dagli schemi - adulti, bambini, rom e tutta la società che ascolta? Trovate qui un racconto di luoghi e persone che fanno, eccome se la fanno, differenza…

'My life in a few lines? Oh God! I was a true soldier, serving in the army from about four years. Before that I’ve been at the art school, I had a sort of normal upbringing in the United Kingdom. I’ve got a slightly older brother and I was born in 1983.   Q: From the blast to the blast (yes, you’ve read well): I think there is a long or better ‘absolute’ interval in which you’re between here (life) and there (death). Do you have any specific recall of it?  A: I remember everything I was…

'My life in a few lines? Oh God! I was a true soldier, serving in the army from about four years. Before that I’ve been at the art school, I had a sort of normal upbringing in the United Kingdom. I’ve got a slightly older brother and I was born in 1983. Q: From the blast to the blast (yes, you’ve read well): I think there is a long or better ‘absolute’ interval in which you’re between here (life) and there (death). Do you have any specific recall of it? A: I remember everything I was…

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