Sports, art, culture… it all kicks off in September!
Shows, festivals and fairs: this autumn’s top events
AUTUMN 2019 – Hooray for autumn! New exhibitions to see, festivals to enjoy and plenty of music. What can we say, there’s no better season to nourish our senses!
This year too, the cultural events offered in Trentino are sure to satisfy even the most demanding of visitors, with a rich programme of events for all tastes: from the arts to sport, from history to classical music. All you have to do is choose.
Here you’ll find the main events, ordered by date, from September to November.
Sports Festival, Trento, 10-13 October
Following the success of the first edition, the “Festival dello Sport” returns to Trento along with renowned sports personalities from Italy and across the world. Meetings, debates and stories of sport to be enjoyed and, of course, plenty of sport to be tried across the piazzas of the city. The theme of the 2019 edition is “The phenomenon, the phenomena”. Don’t miss it!
Exhibition by Richard Artschwager, Mart Gallery, open 12th October – 2nd February 2020
From 12th October to 2nd February 2020, at the Mart Gallery in Rovereto, the art works of Richard Artschwager will be brought to Italy for the first time; thanks to the collaboration of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. The understanding of spaces, of everyday objects and perceptions: these are the foundations of the works of the American artist, who is considered to be one of the most remarkable interpreters of minimalism.
Cosmo Cartoons, MUSE Museum of Trento, open 21st July 2019 – 14th June 2020
Interactive and multimedia installations, audio stations and a play area for all ages: “Cosmo Cartoons. The exploration of the universe between science and pop culture", at the MUSE Museum of Trento, recounts the exploration of space through an interactive and captivating journey through art and science. Are you ready for take-off?
The Festival of Medieval Tourism, Trento, October-November
There’s an almost tangible link between castles, history… and fine wine. Indeed, it’s around this bond that the Festival of Medieval Tourism revolves, a tourism centred on wine and its historical background. Meetings and tasting events in Trentino’s most imposing castles to highlight local wine-making traditions.