100 Thousand Poets for Change World Conference
June 3 – June 8 2015 in Salerno, Italy!
The response to the first 100TPC World Conference was amazing with over 80 poets from all over the world showing up in Salerno to get to know each other, plan for the future and of course share poetry and art! We thank everyone involved for their amazing spirit and support!
Visit the 100TPC World Conference Information Exchange Page on Facebook to see the amazing photos and join in the conversation on the future of 100TPC and to get involved in growing the movement!
We hope to have more documentation of the First World Conference uploaded here soon!
DOWNLOAD THE 100TPC WC 2015 OFFICIAL PROGRAM.PDF
View video of Salerno created especially for the 100TPC World Conference!
WELCOME TO SALERNO, ITALY!
The Alfonso Gatto Foundation was founded in 2011 in Salerno as an initiative of the heir of the poet.
The Foundation’s mission is to spread the work of Alfonso Gatto with a focus on literature, through collections of new materials; and the organization and presentation of cultural events dedicated to the work of the poet.
Over six years, the Foundation has edited and promoted initiatives in collaboration with organizations and public bodies. In particular: MINISTRY OF CULTURE, PROVINCE OF MILAN, Campania Region, PROVINCE AND TOWN OF SALERNO; CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF FLORENCE, UNIVERSITY OF PAVIA, UNIVERSITY OF SALERNO, INSTITUTE OF ITALIAN CULTURE SAN FRANCISCO, PRESIDENCY OF THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC. The Foundation is based in Salerno at the complex of the former Convent of San Lorenzo, in Via De Renzi, in premises provided by the Town Council.
In 2012, the Foundation has received recognition of legal personality from the Region of Campania.
Salerno speaks the heart is an initiative to promote cultural tourism in Salerno and the Campania region.
Gradini Masaniello – Quartiere Fornelle
Historic Center- Salerno – Italy
MEETINGS & EVENTS LOCATION:
100 TPC meetings, workshops and events will take in various rooms and spaces that are part of the historic…
Monumental Complex of St. Sophia.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The monumental complex of Santa Sofia, located in Salerno, in Piazza Abate Conforti, was created at the end of the tenth century as the first convent of the ‘ Benedictine Order dedicated to Santa Sofia , from which it takes its name. It is part of the former St. Sophia Church, also known as the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows.
Current use: The complex, after a long period of neglect, has been restored and is now used as a venue for the realization of events, exhibitions and events. It has hosted exhibitions of painters and personalities of international importance, such as Picasso , Miro , Caravaggio , Warhol and Pierluigi Nervi . Every year there are also events, projects and exhibitions related to the various organizations and citizens to festivals such as the Festival of Young Culture On-Line Shadow, invites Salerno, the Fair of the Crucifix found.
Google LIVE MAP of Salerno…Explore the city!
The gold star on the map is our venue, the Santa Sofia Complex.