Night of the Museums: sites are also open in the City of the Lilies

La cattedrale di Nola

Will be art, visual and photographic, the undisputed star of the “Museum NightNolan. From the archaeological museum of historic via Cocozza treasures of the Diocese of via San Felice up to the contemporary works erected for the occasion in the former convent of Santo Spirito in Merliano street, the City of Lilies is revealed and presented to visitors in a charming and attractive. The event sponsored by the municipal administration headed by Mayor Geremia Biancardi and organized by the Culture run by Cinzia Trinchese, is for tomorrow, Saturday, May 16, and represents a unique opportunity and a must to admire the local artistic heritage outside the usual hours with evening guided tours by the association Meridies and the chance to observe a way san Felice entirely uncommon transformed for one night in a small art gallery with an exhibition of paintings and sculptures curated by artists of the region. And for lovers of literature, meeting with the culture at 18.45 to the library Biblos Vico Duomo with the presentation of the book by Francesco MancaI had a heart that loves you so much. If you do something wrong, do it with the right person“. “An anniversary, that of the Museum Night, which we celebrate in the city, enhancing all forms of art, from the strictly linked to the literary works to meet the needs of tourists – said the Head of Culture and Education, Cinzia Trinchese – An opportunity to discover the places and the cultural value of our museums, the flagship of the entire area Nolan”.

Night of the Museums in Nola
6.30 hours pm – Convent of the Holy Spirit, via Merliano – “The experience of the senses”, art exhibition curated by Peter Matins
6.45 h pm – Library Biblos, Vico Duomo – “I had a heart that loves you so much. If you do one thing wrong hole with the right person “, book presentation by Francesco Manca
7.00 / 8.30 h pm – Guided visit to the Diocesan Museum
8.00 / 10.30 h pm- Tour to the Historical Museum of Archaeology