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Artist for a day, “wearable Art” in the city of Rome

Daniela is a Roman artist, famous for her paintings and with the brand “OnArtediem” she creates the wearable art.
She wants to acquire artistic influences from all over the world, so she waits for you in her atelier to do together the sketches that will complete her cloche line “DmExperience International”, made of pure silk.
Do you have artistic skills? Help Daniela complete her collection with your personal view of Rome… Read More

Action…!“Unconventional Pisa for foodies”

The Pisa Film Association “Corte Tripoli Cinematografica” has commissioned Francesca, director and expert in enogastronomy, to make a short film about the many enogastronomic suggestions of Pisa, to enhance the city apart from the well-known leaning tower. Francesca is trying to create a group of talented video makers and location managers to make truly unconventional shots.
Francesca prepared the Storyboard and is waiting for you tomorrow at Keith Art Shop Caffè, you just have to bring your smartphone and be ready to immerse yourself in the flavors and tradition of this wonderful city.… Read More

Milan, city of kisses

After countless sufferings and adventures, Renzo and Lucia miraculously manage to get together in the churchyard of San Simpliciano and finally they can indulge in a sweet loving kiss, immortalized over the centuries.

Do you want to relive this moment of eternity together with your love? Elena is waiting for you with a red rose!… Read More

Venetian Carnet de Voyage

Silvia is a Venetian architect known for organizing memorable events. This year, she decided to bring together in Venice “carnettians” from all over the world. So all those who share her same passion for travel diaries and who want to try to do their own “Venetian Carnet de Voyage” to tell, according to their own and more intimate sensitivity, the encounter with a secluded, exclusive and secret Venice.
Do you want to respond to Silvia’s call? Register now because places are limited and, of course, in addition to the nib, don’t forget to bring your “Venetian Notebook”… Read More