The City of Adelaide, Australia, UNESCO Creative City of Music
On Friday 20th January the mayor of Bologna will award the Nettuno d’Oro (Golden Neptune) prize
UNESCO Global Report for the Habitat III Conference highlights the importance of culture and creativity in modern cities.
Bologna represents Italian UNESCO Creative Cities.
The teacher Fiorenza Rosi, founder and director of CEMI, a historic school of music for children in Bologna, passed away on the 20th September 2016.
Bologna leads the Italian creativity with Fabriano, Parma, Rome and Turin.
Rome, Creative City of Cinema, is organising the International Conference “Cine-Creative Communities”, 20th October 2016.
From September 14-16, 2016 Östersund (Sweden), UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy , will host the 10th Annual Meeting of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.
From 9 to 12 May Parma is hosting a UNESCO sub-network meeting including the 13 Creative Cities of Gastronomy and the Italian Creative Cities.