Sunday, February 28, 2010

Tia Matthies

Tia Matthies is exhibiting works from her stay in Ascea at an exhibition at TPN Gallery Walls, Seattle, Washington. The exhibition is curated by Laurie LeClair. Artist reception on March 9th, 2010, 5:30-7:30 pm. See

Carnevale in Ascea 2010

Floats with reference to local and national political, social and cultural issues.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Multimedia concert with music by René Mogensen

René Mogensen's "All Numbers Language" for cello with interactive computer music and video was performed by cellist Nicolas Deletaille on February 7th at Palazzo Ricci in Ascea. The video was based on works by Johan Lievens. Deletaille also performed Suite for solo cello by Gaspar Cassado. The same concert was presented at the Teatro San Genesio in Salerno on February 4th and at the Chiesa Antica in Pellare on February 5th. See, and


A mini Parmenideum conference was held on February 7 at the Palazzo Ricci in Ascea organized by Lars Aagaard-Mogensen and Habeeb Marouf. Parmenideum has the purpose of increasing our knowledge of the Eleatic philosophy and of all its contemporary ramifications in intellectual life, science, and culture. PARMENIDEUM II was published in connection with the meetings. See

Jo Møller

"Un’illustrazione della storia sconosciuta, che ha culminato alla scala sul portone del Duomo San Matteo a Salerno, molto tempo fa, in Italia." See and