DEF_Programma DVIV 2018_inglese - Diverdeinverde
DEF_Programma DVIV 2018_inglese - Diverdeinverde
1 Diverdeinverde programme (to be accompanied by the map) BOLOGNA, 18-20 MAY 2018 Three days to discover that Bologna is a garden Diverdeinverde is returning for its fifth year. This is the annual event dedicated to private gardens located in Bologna’s historic centre, in the foothills and other outlying areas of the city. We are pleased to once again invite our citizens as well as the ever greater number of aficionados from other cities, regions and countries to what we consider to be a feast for the eyes. Every year, we try to make this event even richer and more wonderful, discovering new green areas of our city.
This year, there are fifty private gardens that will magically open their gates thanks to the kindness of their owners who understand the cultural importance of this initiative and have placed their trust in us and in the visitors. Along with the gardens, we are pleased to once again offer musical events thanks to the Teatro Comunale di Bologna and powerful literary readings with the Coop Alleanza 3.0’s Ad alta voce program. As with every year, our greatest sense of satisfaction comes from seeing so many people in the streets in and around the city carrying the Diverdeinverde programme in their hands with smiles on their faces and a pleasant sense of anticipation as they move from one garden to the next.
We kindly ask the visitors, as it was wonderfully done in the first three editions, to walk on tiptoe in these private places that open with so much grace and availability to the visit and, for the rest, we hope in the good weather and satisfaction of all.
The most important acknowledgement goes, as always, to the owners who, with great generosity and at no charge, joined the event by opening their gardens to visitors. Special thanks go to the entities, companies, associations and to the many friends who gave us in a variety of ways a hand to prepare and realize the event. A special thanks for the hospitality goes to Orfeonica Association, to Casa Carducci, to the Civic Mueseum of Risorgimento, to the Bologna Curia and to the Parish of San Giovanni in Monte, to Hercolani-Belpoggio Villa and to FAI and ADSI who favoured the opening of their associates’ gardens.
INFORMATION Villa Ghigi Foundation – 051 3399084/3399120 firstname.lastname@example.org www.diverdeinverde.fondazionevillaghigi.it For the three days of the event, the number 328 2724884 is active How to participate Diverdeinverde will take place from the afternoon on Friday 18 till Sunday, May 20. A nominal entry card (10 euros in advance, up to 17 May; 12 euros from May 18th) entitles you to enter the private gardens of the programme during the three days of the event, according to the days and the opening times indicated for each garden. The entry ticket is on sale at Bologna Welcome, Piazza Maggiore, 1/e – 051 6583111 – www.bolognawelcome.com NaturaSì, via de’ Toschi 5, via Po 3, via Montefiorino 2 and viale della Repubblica 23 in Bologna – via Porrettana 388 in Casalecchio di Reno – via Emilia 234 in San Lazzaro di Savena – via Bologna 15/b a San Giovanni in Persiceto
2 Flò Fiori, via Saragozza 23/2 – Senape Vivaio Urbano, via Santa Croce 10/abc On the days of the event, the card will also be on sale at the Arena Orfeonica, via Broccaindosso 50, in the gardens of the Palace Rosselli Del Turco, via Santo Stefano 63, Fondazione Zucchelli, via Malgrado 3/2, House Masetti Zannini, via Cà Selvatica 4, in the garden of via Pietralata 16 and at the indicated bicycle charterers. NOTES Diverdeinverde will take place regularly also in the event of bad weather. Not all gardens are open for the duration of the event; in some gardens, in addition, entrance is allowed only in specific times and with guided tours.
The entry ticket has your name on it and must be shown with an identity card. Children under 13 years old do not pay. Most of the gardens unfortunately are not accessible with wheelchairs. Dogs are not allowed. The garden no. 45 can be reached only by shuttle, with online booking on the site www.diverdeinverde.fondazionevillaghigi.it; nearby, as in the case of other external gardens, there are no car parks. Shuttles depart from viale Gozzadini, behind the church of Santa Madonna del Baraccano, at the times indicated during the booking online. Even the garden no. 49, even though it can be reached by car, can be visited only upon booking on our site.
University students and volunteer ecological guards control the accesses to the gardens and the correct visitor's behaviour Jot down the date! The sixth edition of Diverdeinverde will take place on 17 to 19 May 2019. ARENA ORFEONICA For this edition, the large sixteenth-century courtyard of the Arena Orfeonica in via Broccaindosso 50 will serve as the logistical and organizational base for Diverdeinverde. It will be open on Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday all day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.. Here visitors will be able to get information, buy badges for the show as well as purchase books and other objects.
It is a place where visitors will be able to sit and take a break, and have refreshments from the Trattoria da Maro, which will offer snacks and beverages. Furthermore, some of the events on the calendar will take place at the Arena Orfeonica. At the end of the exhibition—on Sunday at 7 p.m.— music and fresh fruit will be offered. The wonderful setting with trees and other plants is the work of Arcadia Impianti, in collaboration with Fondazione Fico.
CONTINUOUS OPENINGS Besides Arena Orfeonica, some more gardens are open as well on Saturdays and Sundays continuously, from 10 am to 7 pm. In the garden of the Palace Rosselli del Turco, via Santo Stefano 63, the Ancelle del Sacro Cuore del Gesù (Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesu) will offer as usual some treats for charity, in the garden of Fondazione Zucchelli, vicolo Malgrado, you can find something to eat by “Misterlino Officina Lanacaffè, while at the Orti di Orfeo, via della Braina 7, this year too it’s possible to eat at the refreshmente point by Scaccomatto (Sunday only, from 12 am to 7 pm).
We would also like to point out that the Peonia in Bloom - Exhibition and Market of Excellent Craftsmanship - 2018 edition - will take place at the Orti di Orfeo, from May 17 to May 19, with proceeds going to the “Pane e Pomodoro” project to benefit the deaf.
3 POST AND SEND US YOUR PHOTOS! The cover image used for this edition was chosen from among the many photos we received from our visitors. This photo was taken by Mara Angelini, and we’d like to thank her once again. We would like for this to become a yearly tradition—we ask that you send us the images you take during the show, preferably in high resolution, to email@example.com.
We will put some of these photos in the image gallery on the site, and one will be chosen for the 2019 cover. BICYCLE RENTAL It is possible to book your bicycle rental to visit the gardens. The following points, in addition to selling the entry card on the days of the event, offer favourable conditions to visitors of Diverdeinverde: BikeinBO, via Indipendenza 69/A - 347 0017996 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.bikeinbo.it (20% discount); Bike Rental Bologna, via Santa Margherita 1 - 051 325042 -347 9027712 - email@example.com - www.bikerentbologna.com (20% discount); Dynamo - la Velostazione di Bologna, via Indipendenza 71/Z - 051 19900462 - firstname.lastname@example.org - https://dynamo.bo.it/noleggiobicibologna (20% discount); L’Altra Babele, via Gandusio 10 - 328 6258497 - email@example.com - laltrababele.it/diverdeinverde (special discount).
Diverdeinverde is taking part in the second edition of Bella Mossa: while making your among the gardens (wandering on foot or going by bike), you can earn extra mobility points by scanning the code found in various green spaces.
4 GARDENS IN THE HISTORIC CENTRE 1. Via del Borgo di San Pietro 1/c, Palazzo Bentivoglio, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3 - 7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3 - 7 pm Two author’s gardens in one of the most important palaces in Bologna, reinvented through typical species of shady courtyards and perennial herbs in a more intimate and secretive space. 2. Largo Respighi, Giardino del Guasto, Friday 5-7 pm Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 5 - 7 pm, Sunday 11 am - 1 pm and 5 - 7 pm The beautiful contemporary garden was created in 1975 on a part of the ruins of the palace Bentivoglio.
3. Via del Monte 8, Palazzo Boncompagni Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3 - 7 pm NEW This magnificent palazzo has a spectacular example of magnolia grandiflora in its courtyard.
4. Via San Vitale 94, Friday 3 - 7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3 - 7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3 - 7 pm The charming and cosy inner garden of the hotel San Vitale. 5. Via Quadri 6, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm A precious and romantic inner garden, with a well, cypress, loquat tree and charming architectural details. 6. Via Quadri 6, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm A small second garden, bordering the previously mentioned garden, with a remarkable view on a historic corner of the city.
7. Strada Maggiore 34, Palazzo Sanguinetti, Friday 3 – 6.30 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3 – 6.30 pm, Sunday 10am - 1 pm and 3 – 6.30 pm The internal garden of the Museum of Music, with banana trees and trompe-l'oeil of the Nineteenth century. 8. Strada Maggiore 46, Palazzo Bolognetti, Friday 3 - 7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm A fascinating entrance and a garden with statues in cement and fountain. 9. Strada Maggiore 54, Palazzo Sàssoli, Friday 3 - 7 pm, Saturday 10 am to 1 pm and 3 - 7 pm, Sunday 10am to 1 pm and 3 - 7 pm A large garden with imposing trees (magnolia, lime, catalpa) and concrete statues.
10. Arena Orfeonica, via Broccaindosso 50, Friday 3 - 7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 7 pm, Sunday 10am - 7 pm This isn’t a garden but an ex-convent courtyard, the headquarters of the Orfeonica association, which has been set up as the logistical base of Diverdeinverde. 11. Vicolo Malgrado 3/2, Fondazione Zucchelli, Friday 3 - 7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 7 pm An old-fashioned garden, with a beautiful wisteria, rosebushes and long-standing ornamental plants.
12. Via Santo Stefano 75, Palazzo Agucchi, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm A magnificent Italian-style garden with statues, fountains and pavilions. 13. Via della Braina 7, Orti di Orfeo, Sunday 12 am - 7 pm The extensive vegetable-ornamental gardens of the former convent of Santa Maria della Vittoria: a corner of countryside in the city. 14. Via Santo Stefano 63, Palazzo Rosselli del Turco, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 7 pm A large garden with fountain and a secular cedar of Lebanon. 15. Via Santo Stefano 56, Palazzo Zani, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am -o 1 pm and 3-7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm In the site of the sixteenth century of Bonifica Renana, the reminiscences of a romantic garden with a niche on the little hill and other neo-gothic details; inside photographs and videos on canals and valleys of the Bolognese plain.
16. Via Guerrazzi 30, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm A series of courtyards, with greenery only in some parts, presents an evocative field space dominated by a centuries-old cedar tree. 17. Via Castiglione 29, Palazzo Ratta Pizzardi, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm Bologna’s USL office, with its garden dominated by the apse of San Domenico, offers wonderful examples of pittosporum and holly.
5 18. Piazza San Giovanni in Monte 6, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm NEW A palazzo from the sixteenth century with a secret garden featuring one-hundred-year-old vines, in the centre of the city but completely cut off from the world.
19. Via Santo Stefano 30, Palazzo Hercolani-Bonora, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10-12 pm A garden subdivided into two inner courtyards, rich in botanical essences and allegorical statues. 20. Galleria Cavour 3/2, piano ammezzato, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm NEW A London-style terrace with aromatics, vegetables and trees, accessed through a sitting room with green walls.
21. Via Garibaldi 3, Palazzo Barbazzi, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm The frescoed lodges of the palace overlook the garden courtyard, with a fountain characterised by a double basin and cherubs. 22. Via Testoni 5, Palazzo Beccadelli, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm A peculiar overlooking garden as a large terrace in the direction of San Francesco and the commentatrors' arches, with plants of the shady gardens around a magnificent magnolia. 23. Via San Felice 40, Gli Orti di San Felice Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm A modern Italian-style garden with pool in the centre along with boxwood and rose bushes.
24. Via Pietralata 16, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm A real treat right in the historic centre, with refined antique furniture, climbing roses and bushes of boxwood. 25. Via Nosadella 34, Casa Menzani, Friday 3-7 pm NEW An intimate, elegant garden, with a Carrara marble pool and a wonderful jasmine pergola. 26. Via Nosadella 46, Friday 3-7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm NEW An unexpected rustic garden featuring objects from the set of Cleopatra starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
27. Via Nosadella 49/2, Fondazione Gualandi, Saturday 10-12.30 and 15-18, Sunday 10-12.30 – entrances every 30 minutes with guided tour curated by the educators The children's garden at the Gualandi Foundation, with vegetal structures and natural materials.
28. Via Cà Selvatica 4, Casa Masetti Zannini, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm and 3-7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm The large garden, called "ornithological" in the post-war period, is known for its aviaries, where the gardens of the convent of Santa Maria degli Angeli (St. Mary the Angel convent) once were located 29. Via Santa Caterina 13, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm The cat garden, dominated by a palm tree and a honeysuckle pergola, immersed in the green area surrounding the ancient village of Santa Caterina.
30. Via Saragozza 26, Palazzo Albergati, Friday 3-7 pm, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm The greenery of the urban residence of a famous family where the Roman baths once stood. 31. Via Malpertuso 5, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm NEW A gracious family garden from the early twentieth century, which has maintained the original layout, decorations and furnishings. OUTSIDE THE CITY 32. Via Santa Barbara 9, House Mantovani, Saturday 3-7 pm, entrances every half an hour; bus 16, Santa Barbara stop A pleasant hilly park surrounds the house, which hosts the B&B Il Villino, and some modern buildings, from the interesting green roofs, used for psychiatric health residences, laboratories and other activities.
6 33. Via Siepelunga 57, Villa de Faveri Tron, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm 3-7 pm, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm, entrances every half hour; bus 16, Siepelunga stop The vast park of a villa of the first decade of Nineteenth Century designed by Angelo Venturoli, offering great views of the city. 34. Via Molinelli 22, Villa Belpoggio-Hercolani Saturday: entrances with guided tours by FAI Giovani, at 10, 10.45, 11.30, 12.15 am; 3, 3.45, 4.30, 5.15, 6 pm; bus 16, Hercolani stop The large park of the late eighteenth century with staircases, terraces, slopes and large specimens of trees is a scenic setting for the monumental villa.
35. Via Paolo Fabbri 31, Saturday 3-7 pm NEW The first of three small adjoining gardens in a historic block of the Cirenaica neighbourhood; it stands out for its modern interpretation. 36. Via Paolo Fabbri 33, Saturday 3-7 pm NEW The garden has been planted around a circular area, full of bushes, herbaceous plants and naturalistic objects meant to be used by birds. 37. Via Paolo Fabbri 35, Saturday 3-7 pm NEW Of the three, this garden is the wildest, presented with outlines of cats, many different plants combined in original ways and a beautiful wisteria. 38. Via Sante Vincenzi 45, Studentato per le missioni dei Sacerdoti del Sacro Cuore, Saturday 3- 7 pm NEW A large garden characterized by large evergreen trees, with a devotional area in the centre.
39. Via Sante Vincenzi 49, Camplus Bononia, Saturday 3-7 pm NEW A unique example of a green wall, with different plants on display, used to decorate a modern building for university students. 40. Via Putti 17, Villa Favorita, Sunday 10 am - 1 pm, bus 30, Putti stop An elegant garden on a slope conceived by Paolo Pejrone with a splendid view of the city. 41. Piazzale Bacchelli 4, Villa Revedin, Sunday: entrances 10, 11 am and 12, 3, 4, 5 and 6 pm; Piazzale Bacchelli stop The extensive park of the archdiocesan seminary, near San Michele in Bosco, full of fascinating sights.
42. Via dell’Osservanza 19, Villa Baruzziana, Saturday and Sunday: entrances at 3, 4 and 5 pm; bus 52, Villa Baruzziana stop The park of the hospital, former residence of the sculptor Cincinnato Baruzzi, with its magnificent view of the city. 43. Via dell’Osservanza 41, Villa Scarani, Saturday: entrances at 4 and 5.30 pm, with oil tasting and sale; bus 52, Osservanza stop The olive tree of the farm Scarani, at the back of the villa, with a superb panorama of the city. 44. Via dei Colli, Giardino di Rose del Podere Le Vigne, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm; access exclusively by shuttle bus (only upon online booking) A beautiful rose garden on a strip of cultivated hillside, with many varieties of old roses.
To reach the garden from the point of arrival of the shuttle you have to go about 700 meters on foot, both downhill and uphill.
45. Via Bellinzona 6, Convento di San Giuseppe, Saturday 10 - 12 am and 3-7 pm, Sunday 10-12 e 15-19 NEW An ancient convent with an updated look, a green courtyard and a little slice of the countryside with an olive grove, orchard and ornamental plants. 46. Via Battaglia 6, Vegetable garden, Sunday 10-12.30 am, entrances with guided visits at 10, 10.30, 11, 11.30, 12 am; bus 20, Villa Benni stop NEW A vegetable garden created and managed by young deaf people. A Fondazione Gualandi project with help from the Fondazione del Monte and the Pio Istituto Sordomute Povere. 47. Via Battaglia 16, Saturday 10 am - 1 pm and 3-7 pm; bus 20, Villa Benni stop (then on foot for a few minutes) An elegant contemporary garden that surrounds the home, connecting it to the environment of the first hills.
48. Via Felicina 1, Giardino delle Stanze Sonore, Saturday: entrances 10, 11, 12 am and 3, 4, 5, 6 pm Sunday: entrances 10, 11 am and 12. 3, 4, 5, 6 pm; limited capacity (upon on-line booking only); parking possibility In the countryside in the west of Bologna, a fascinating garden full of evocative points: some Land Art installations: the Zen corner, the maze of Chartres, the small biolake and the works of the
7 artist Patrizia Merendi. 49. Via Cà Rosa 9, Sunday 10 am -1pm and 3-7 pm NEW A large garden with big trees, wonderful collections of magnolias, peonies, irises, hellebores and a spectacular climbing rose.
50. Via San Donato 197, Villa Clelia, Saturday: entrances 10 and 11 am, 12 pm; bus 93, Menarini stop An English romantic park with a stream, a small lake and impressive neo-gothic ruins along the historic San Donato Street. 51. Via San Donato 198/200, Villa Armandi Avogli Trotti, Saturday: entrances 10, 11, 12 am; bus 93, San Sisto stop NEW A sequence of magnificet tree species, mostly exotic, lead to a moderni building, with a nineteenth-century oval room that refers to Letizia Murat Pepoli. EVENTS Preview MONDAY MAY 7 6:00 p.m._Sala Tassinari, Palazzo D’Accursio Ecobonus 2018 conference How the Ecobonus was created, how it works and when it can be applied: this is something new in this year’s federal budget, offering tax breaks to those who make improvements to parks, gardens or terraces.
An interesting conference for those who have a terrace, a park, a garden, or a communal garden in a condominium. The speakers are Anna Letizia Monti, a landscape agronomist who represented AIAPP - Associazione Italiana di Architettura del Paesaggio, in taking part in the initiatives supporting this tax break in parliament, and Andrea Cauli, a professional accountant. They will also be available for questions. FRIDAY MAY 18 3:30 p.m._Arena Orfeonica, via Broccaindosso 50 Ikebana demonstration: A Comparison of Flowers from the East and Flowers from the West, by Fiorella De Leo, Garden Club Camilla Malvasia – free admission.
9:00 p.m._Chiesa di San Giovanni in Monte, piazza San Giovanni in Monte 3 Strolling Along with Rossini: Rossini in Many Voices, Sacred Pages. Boy’s Choir and Youth Choir from the Teatro Comunale di Bologna directed by Alhambra Superchi, with Cristina Giardini at the piano - Free admission, while seats last.
SABATO 19 MAGGIO 11 a.m._Garden in Via Pietralata 16 From Roses to Pyramids: The History of the Rose, from Passion to Cultivation, conference by master gardener Carlo Pagani – enter with the Diverdeinverde badge. 2:00 p.m.__Arena Orfeonica, via Broccaindosso 50 Author’s gardens: Loud Readings. Literary selections about gardens read by Margaret Collina. Bibliography by Lilia Battaglia – free admission 5:00 p.m.__Giardino del Guasto, largo Respighi An Encounter with Flowers workshop for adults and children offered by the Giardino del Guasto association. Info on the association’s FB page – free admission 6:30 p.m._Villa Belpoggio Hercolani, via Molinelli 22 (enter with Diverdeinverde badge for 6 p.m.
8 Music offered in the amphitheatre outside the villa by Giovani del FAI Bologna at the end of the last visit. Students from the Conservatorio di Bologna will perform pieces by Vivaldi, Handel and Caldara. With Ariel Bicchierai, soprano, Luigi Casolino, violin, Riccardo Malighetti, keyboard. 7:00 p.m._Foyer and Terrace of the Teatro Comunale, Piazza Verdi The Strolling Along with Rossini: Rossini and Stendhal, Travel Diary show. Chamber Arias, Soloists from the Scuola dell'Opera del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, acting students from the Scuola di Teatro di Bologna Alessandra Galante Garrone, Cristina Giardini on the piano - Free admission, while seats last.
SUNDAY MAY 20 11:00 a.m._Piazza Carducci Author’s gardens: Loud Readings. Literary selections about gardens read by Margaret Collina. Bibliography by Lilia Battaglia – free admission 4:00 p.m.__Orti di Orfeo, via della Braina 7 Musical entertainment starting at 4 p.m. by Aminta http://www.amintaferrara.it – enter with Diverdeinverde badge 4:00 p.m _Giardino di Via Cà Rosa 9 Musical entertainment starting at 4 p.m. by Aminta http://www.amintaferrara.it – enter with Diverdeinverde badge 5:00 p.m._Giardino del Guasto, Largo Respighi An Encounter with Flowers, workshop for adults and children offered by the Giardino del Guasto association.
Info on the association’s FB page – Free admission. 6:00 p.m._Arena Orfeonica – Via Broccaindosso 50 Author’s gardens: Antonio Bagnoli will speak with actress, writer and gardener Lorenza Zambon about her latest book, Un pezzo di terra tutto per me - Un giardino per fiorire in ogni stagione (Ponte alle Grazie, 2018) – free admission 7:00 p.m _Arena Orfeonica – Via Broccaindosso 50 Soloists from the Orchestra Senzaspine will entertain the audience with music – Free admission Afterward: the exhibition wrap up with fruit offered by CAAB – free admission