With a background in literature, film, and classical civilisation, Jane moved from Ireland to Sicily for what was intended to be a brief stint teaching English, travel writing, and learning Italian. The love affair with Italy was unbreakable and led to making a permanent home in Florence. Always journalistically inclined, she writes about culture and community in Florence.
International mums can now co-work while making sure their children are kept safe and entertained.
Find out about the charitable endeavours of La Compagnia di Babbo Natale, a foundation helping those in need.
The American International League of Florence hosts their annual charity Christmas market on December 7 and 8.
Banksyphiles will gravitate towards this unforgettable show.
An interview with Biba Giacchetti about the Elliott Erwitt exhibition at Villa Bardini this October.
The Pietrasanta-based artist discusses the significance of the works on display in Florence and his view on contemporary art’s role in society.
Women in Balance 1955/1965 at the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum starts with a display dedicated to Wanda Miletti Ferragamo (1921-2018) and leads into social history in the 1950s and 60s.
Colour, water and light focused works dialogue with the Renaissance palazzo.
The disused WW2 air raid shelter in San Niccolò has recently been repurposed as a digital art exhibition space, Rifugio Digitale.
The recently launched museum orients around its giant centerpiece, a 280-square metre-railway model that’s one of the largest in Europe.
Where to make the most of nature in the city and surroundings.