After the great success of the previous 3 editions, Buongiorno Ceramica! 2018, on May 19 and 20, will present, in 40 cities across the country, a series of unmissable events of art and creativity to celebrate and discover the tradition and innovation of Italian ceramic.
Expert hands using antique techniques in live “performance”, themed exhibitions, extraordinary openings of the best shops and old kilns, but also shows, concerts, food, and much more will be the background of a journey through an ancient Italian excellence. Artists will involve the public in exclusive activities aimed at spreading the culture of ceramics by offering the possibility of being able to “touch” this fascinating universe. With the aim of giving new life to the cities of ceramics that have linked their image to this culture, Buongiorno Ceramica! 2018 promoted and organized by AICC – Associazione Italiana Città della Ceramica – combines tradition and new contemporary methodologies, allowing the event to transmit an ancient heritage to new generations, receiving in return new and precious input.
Buongiorno Ceramica!, will involve, from north to south the following 40 cities: Castellamonte (Turin), Mondovì (Cuneo), Laveno (Varese), Mombello (Varese), Lodi, Bassano del Grappa (Vicenza), Nove (Vicenza), Este (Padua), Faenza (Ravenna), Albisola Superiore (Savona), Albissola Marina (Savona), Borgo San Lorenzo (Florence), Impruneta (Florence), Sesto Fiorentino (Florence), Montelupo Fiorentino (Florence), Urbania (Pesaro e Urbino), Ascoli Piceno, Deruta (Perugia), Gualdo Tadino (Perugia), Gubbio (Perugia), Orvieto (Terni), Civita Castellana (Viterbo), Viterbo, Castelli (Teramo), Ariano Irpino (Avellino), Grottaglie (Taranto), Laterza (Taranto), Cutrofiano (Lecce), Cerreto Sannita (Benevento), San Lorenzello (Benevento), Capodimonte (Naples), Vietri sul Mare (Salerno), Cava dei Tirreni (Salerno), Squillace (Catanzaro), Santo Stefano di Camastra (Messina), Sciacca (Agrigento), Burgio (Agrigento), Caltagirone (Catania), Assemini (Cagliari), and Oristano.
Ilona Catani Scarlett