This week in Rome…
1. Saturdays at Capitoline Museum
From November 12th to December 3rd, visitors have the chance to experience the Capitoline Museum in an entirely different light. The musem itself is one of the oldest in Rome dating back to the 15th century. Each Saturday, the museums will be open late from 20:00 to 23:00. Each Saturday evening will feature different events including live music, theatrical performances, food, art displays and many more.
When: November 12th, 19th, and 26th as well at December 3rd – 20:00 to 23:00
Where: Musei Capitolini – Piazza del Campidoglio, 1
Tickets: only €1
2. This Week at Rome’s Jazz Fest
Rome’s 40th Jazz Festival continues throughout the city this week. Now that the festival is in full swing, there are an abundance of performances and events in the next week. Performances this week include Richard Galliano, Crazy Stompin’ Club, John Scofield, and many more. Check out the festival’s website for more details.
More infomation: http://www.romajazzfestival.it/
3. All Blacks Versus Italy
New Zealand’s All Blacks rugby teams returns to Rome this week. The legendary team will face off against Italy at Stadio Olimpico this Saturday!
When: November 12th – 15:00
Where: Stadio Olimpico – Viale dei Gladiatori
Tickets: Prices vary depending on where they are purchased
4. Reaction Roma Exhibit
This exhibit definetly provides visitors with an interesting perspective of Roman life. Made from over 400 video entries, Reaction Roma captures life in the city through the lens of everyday Romans. The exhibit has been referred to as “photograph in motion” that depicts the “real Rome”.
When: November 11th to December 3rd – 14:30 to 19:30
Where: MACRO Testaccio – Piazza Orazio Giustiniani, 4
Tickets: Free entry
5. Other Times, Other Myths Exhibit
From now until January 8th, visitors have the chance to experience the 16th edition of Quadriennale d’Arte di Rome. The exhibition celebrates contemporary Italian art and features 150 works by 100 artists including paintings, sculptures, and photography. In particular, this year’s exhibition will focus on how Italian contemporary art has developed since 2000.
When: Until January 8th – 10:00-20:00 daily, closed on Mondays
Where: Palazzo delle Esposizioni – Via Nazionale, 194