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Museum Night

Museum Night

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There are events that you can not miss.
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There are events that you can not miss.

We finally reached their annual appointment with the European Night of Museums. The City of Rome enthusiastically to this initiative with special opening and un paid more than 60 cultural spaces, museums, academies, historical building. The night of Saturday, May 15 citizens and tourists will have an outstanding program of exhibitions, concerts, shows and conferences, offering something for everyon e and all ages. Our City is transformed into a single scenario, where the treasu res of the past offer the limelight with a new artistic production, enriched by the warmth and enthusiasm of a great turnout. With Night of Museums Rome finds i tself increasingly alive with the desire to share once again the most beautiful places and emotions.

The Mayor of Rome, Giovanni Alemanno

On May 15 the Ministry of Heritage and Culture for the second year initiative jo ins European Night of Museums. "The Night of Museums" is the opportunity to expe rience the heart of artistic and cultural heritage of our country along with ove r forty countries in Europe in the exciting atmosphere of a Saturday night of sp ring. Leave open the state museums in the night time and allows for free use of the inestimable Italian artistic heritage to those who can not do in normal visi ting hours and brings a new public art and cultural environment, helping to buil d that common sense of European that is the true basis for a greater integration between our nations. I thank the City of Rome for having acceded in allowing ca pital to make this event a time of great cultural vitality and transforming muse ums and archaeological sites in a new and wonderful stage for Romans and tourist s.

Minister for Arts and Culture Sandro Bondi
The program may vary. For updates and www.beniculturali.it www.museiincomuneroma
.it 060608

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Archaeological Museums
CENTRAL Montemartino Via Ostiense, 106 Hours 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.0
0) An extraordinary example of converting a building into a museum of industrial
archeology, the Central Montemartini is the first public facility for the produ
ction of electricity and is now the second largest exhibition of the Capitoline
Museums. 20.00, 21:15 and 22:30 Concert Gege 'Telesforo quintet. Gege Telesforo
voices and percussion, tenor & soprano sax Max Ionata, Alfonso Deidda piano, flu
te, alto & baritone Dario Deidda & hollowbody acoustic bass, drums Amedeo Ariano
. In collaboration with Rai.tv. Free admission subject to availability.

Markets of Trajan MUSEUM dei Fori Imperiali Via IV Novembre, 94 Hours 20:00 to 0
2:00 (last admission 01.00) The Markets of Trajan is a complex archaeological ch
aracteristics absolutely unique in the world, represent a "neighborhood" that ha
s experienced the evolution of imperial city from today, constantly transformed
and reused. See "William Klein photographs Rome 1956-1960. Scenic projection "..
. ancient presence ...".
By Livia Cinnamon.

21.00 and 22.30 Concert "From the earth and in heaven," percussion group Tetrakt
is - Flori Matthew Gianni Maestrucci, Emanuele Pellegrini, Leonardo Ramadori.
In collaboration with the Accademia Filarmonica Romana.

Free admission subject to availability.
6MUSEUMS CAPITOLINI Piazza del Campidoglio Hours 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 0

1.00) The world's oldest public museum, founded in 1471 by Pope Sixtus IV's dona tion to the Roman people of the bronzes Lateran, is divided in two buildings wit h the Senatorial Palace delimit the Piazza del Campidoglio. See "The Age of Conq uest - The charm of Greek art in Rome." Light Installation "Lights for memories. "Edited by Roberto Malfatti.

At 20.30 and 22.00 Concert "Escenas Argentinas" Javier Girotto and Gianni Iorio
exedra of Marcus Aurelius.
Promoted by the Embassy of Argentina in Italy and the Municipality of Rome, duri
ng celebrations of the Argentine Bicentenary.

Free admission subject to availability.

Ara Pacis Museum in Augusta Lungotevere (corner Via Tomacelli) Hours 20:00 to 02 :00 (last admission 01.00) The Ara Pacis is one of the finest examples of classi cal art. Its construction was passed by the Senate in 13 BC The new museum compl ex was opened in 2006, was designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects. Exhi bition "Fabrizio De André. The exhibition ".€Projections "The color of the air." 21.00 and 22.00 Stelvio Cipriani in concert. 24.00 Conference "Nun's tripe eg ' cats' Ernesto Nathan's Rome in the Auditorium. Umberto Croppi, Councillor for Cu ltural Policy and Communication, Riccardo Pacifici, President of the Jewish Comm unity of Rome, Francesco Marcolini, President of Zètema Culture Project. Free ad mission subject to availability.

7Archaeological Museums

MUSEUM Shack Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 166 / a Time 20:00 to 02:00 (last admissio n 01.00) The museum houses an impressive collection of ancient sculptures that J ohn Barracco wealthy nobleman of Calabria, gave to the City of Rome in 1902. Onl y since 1948, the collection could be reorganized into the Ministry Baullari, a building erected in 1520-23 to designs by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger. Event -Declam Stocks Futures-Dada ". Alessandro D'Agostini, Claudia Tifi and Alessandr o Perrotta, of the "Young Poets of Action" propose "poetic incursions" from the repertoire of FTMarinetti, Mayakovsky and other writers in making rework key Dad a.

Museum of Roman Civilization Piazza G. Agnelli, 10 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last adm ission 01.00) The museum opened in 1955, presented in 59 sections all aspects of ancient Roman civilization with an impressive collection of casts from original s preserved in museums in the world today destroyed or damaged, plastic and reco nstructive monuments scattered throughout the area of the Roman Empire. Exhibiti on "Machina. Technology of ancient Rome. "

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES Viale Lincoln, 3 hours 20:00 to 02:00 (l ast admission 01.00) Among the early medieval material of great value will indic ate the tombs of Castel Trosino and Nocera Umbra, important sculptures, textiles , jewelry, mosaic floor S. Cornelia and decoration of inlaid colored marble (opu s sectile) from the domus outside Porta Marina, Ostia (fourth century. AD).

8National Museum of Oriental Art "G. TUCCI "Via Merulana, 248 Hours 8:00 p.m. to

2:00 (last admission 01.00) The museum is one of the special institutions of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture, as guardian of the finds of the excavation of Italian archaeological missions in Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan as well as it ems purchased in Nepal and Tibet by Giuseppe Tucci - one of the greatest Orienta lists of the twentieth century - between 1928 and 1954.

National Museum of Rome - Via Balbi Crypt of Dark Shops, 31 Hours 20:00 to 2:00 (last admission 01.00) The Balbi Crypt hosts the late ancient and medieval secti on of the National Roman Museum, which tells the story of a district of ancient Rome the Middle Ages. On display are works from the collections of the Museum Go rga and Betti and Kircher.

NATIONAL MUSEUM IN ROMAN Altemps Sant'Apollinare Square, 46 Hours 20:00 to 2:00
(last entry at 1.00) are shown in Altemps prestigious collections of ancient scu
lpture that belonged to the noble Roman family of the Boncompagni Ludovisi of Ma
ttel, and the collection of the Dragon Egyptian sculptures from Rome's archaeolo
gical contexts. 21.00, 22:15, 23:30 Theatre Altemps Theatrical Performance "Oraz
i, Curiazi & C. - The business of distinguished gentlemen. " By Brecht et al. A
humorous approach to "business" of the Twelve Caesars, whose busts, as costume f
or a fine four-century collector, were housed in the Lodge north of the Palace,
raise curiosity by Suetonius and Livy, revised and corrected by the sarcasm of B
recht : Mr. Giulio Cesare and between the Orazi and Curiazi, with actors / singe
rs and original live music.
By the Teatro di Roma.

Free admission subject to availability.
9Archaeological Museums

National Roman Museum Palazzo Massimo IN Largo di Villa Peretti, 1 Opening 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.00) The museum has preserved some of the major mast erpieces of ancient Roman portraits, original Greek statues of Roman villas, sar cophagi, mosaics frescoes. The headquarters also houses an extensive collection of coins and mummy Grottarossa. 20.30 Lectio HARVEY prof. Paul Apolito "The nigh t of the election of Obama. Public events and feeling of celebration "in the pal ace courtyard. Free admission subject to availability.

Museo Nazionale Romano, the Baths of Diocletian Via Enrico de Nicola, 79 Hours 2
0:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.00) The most extensive spa Rome (298-306 AD) bu
ilt in honor of Emperor Diocletian, and the complex of the Certosa the historica
l site of the museum. You can visit the House of spas X, collections of epigraph
ic and protohistoric Michelangelo and the cloister. 20.00, 21.00 and 22.00 Conce
rt "Opera Arias and Duets" in the classroom X.
Artists Opera Studio of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.

Free admission subject to availability.€MUSEUM Via Ostiense, R. Persichetti, 3 h ours 20:00 to 02:00 (last admission 01.00) In the monumental spaces, articulated on several levels, from the ancient port Ostiense near the Pyramid of Caius Ces tius, gathered historical documents and archaeological Relating to the road that connected Rome Ostia. Maps and models complement the exhibition.

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Hadrian's Temple Square Stone Chamber of Commerce of Rome, the temple was built in 145 AD be dedicated to the Emperor Hadrian and Antoninus Pius. 21.30 and 22.3 0 of Roma Tre Orchestra Concert. Music by Mozart, Britten and Barber.

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