Contemporary Mediterranean back in Naples and Salerno

2022 edition dedicated to Tunisia

01 December, 16:35

    (ANSAmed) - ROMA, 01 DIC - An initiative entitled Contemporary Mediterranean focusing on alternative culture will be held until Dec. 3 in the Naples and Salerno in southern Italy.

    This second edition will center on democracy and migration and Tunisia, after the previous edition's focus on Lebanon.

    The 2022 edition is curated by Maria Rosaria Greco.

    On Dec. 2 at 11:30, in collaboration with the University of Salerno at the Aula 1 SSC - Edificio C, the journalist Arianna Poletti will be presenting her recently published investigative work entitled "TuNur, il modello di esportazione di energia verde dal Nord Africa all'Ue" alongside the professors Gennaro Avallone, sociologist of space, and Giso Amendola, sociology of law.

    As for music, on Dec. 3 at 7:30 at the Ghirelli theater of Salerno there will be a concert by Fanfara Station, trio consisting of Marzouk Mejri (voice, percussion, Tunisian wind instruments, loop), Charles Ferris (trumpet, trombone, and loop), and Ghiaccioli and Branzini for the electronics and programming. (ANSAmed).

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