Dedicated to those that makes Pisa alive, innovated, welcoming, fun and much more in any field of any color. Every three months, I will introduce you a person with a small introduction about who they are and what they do.
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Luca Nencione was born in a family of shoe designers. When he was a young boy, he used to visit his grandfather and father at their shoe factory.
When he finished school, he decided to study Agriculture, but after a year and a half, he decided he wanted to learn about the family business. A few years later he opened his own shoe company "JOYKS". When he started the company, his main clients were Japanese and Russian, and currently, his clients extend to Canada, USA, Europe, and some countries is Asia. Luca tells me, " They love our product. My team and I work together to bring to the market a product that meets the needs of our clients. We use the knowledge of the past with modern technology. In particular now more than ever. We are constantly on the move from one place to another. Travelling is a challenge when luggage is limited. Our goal is to create shoes that are part of the person's lifestyle, and individuality".
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Simone Cioni - The Dream Catcher
Simone Cioni is from Cascina but resides in Ponsacco. In 1997 he started classical study of design and human figure, paying homage to the great masters of the Renaissance.
In his work, he likes to experiment with various techniques combining them to express a style that is part of his internal curiosity. He is a present observer of the world around him. His figurative art expresses the constant events in nature particularly the colors of fall. He has participated in solo and and group exhibits. He attended the Free Academy of Arts Foundation Trossi Uberti in Livorno under the guidance of Ferruccio Rosini. His studio is in Antignano, Livorno.
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Published on line: December 6, 2015
AmerichE Theater Company's Alice and Elisa into action.
Alice Vannozzi e Elisa Paolicchi are friends from the time they were studying theater at Teatro Verdi in Pisa. They continued their theatrical studies at "Fare Teatro" in Pisa and at the European school for the Actors' Art in San Miniato, Pisa and it is from here that their theater company AmerichE is born. On July 11 and 12, 2014 at Teatro Lux in Pisa, Alice and Elisa will be performing Airswimming a play written by Charlotte Jones. It is about two women sent to a mental asylum in the 1920s for having children outside of marriage, only being released in the 1970s. This will be the first time that this play will be performed in Italian. Their association Looking4 bought the rights for translation and representation in Italy.
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Published on line: June 20, 2015
Monica Bartalini - The power in her Art.
Monica Bartalini is from Pisa (Tuscany, Italy). Currently, she lives and works in San Giuliano Terme, Pisa. She has participated in numerous collective art exhibitions. She is a member of the cultural association "Arte Donna” in Pisa.
Monica Bartalini nata a Pisa nel 1960. Vive e lavora a San Giuliano Terme in provincia di Pisa; ha esposto in numerose mostre collettive. E' membro dell'associazione culturale "Arte Donna” Pisa.
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Published on line: April 25, 2015
Diego Ruschena - Classical Romance
Diego Ruschena è un chitarrista pisano, italo-uruguayo di origine. Ha iniziato lo studio della chitarra classica sotto la guida del m° Marco Borghini e si è laureato in Chitarra presso l'Istituto “P. Mascagni” di Livorno nella classe di Flavio Cucchi.
Attualmente si sta specializzando con i maestri Paolo Pegoraro e Adriano Del Sal, presso il Centro Chitarristico "F. Tarrega" di Pordenone.
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Published on line: May 25, 2015
Jill Casty - The Fusion of Life, Creativity and Imagination
Jill Casty is an American Sculptor that together with her husband, has made the city of Pisa their home. Every year they stay in Pisa for a period of six months.
Jill and her husband Alan, a writer, and expert on Communism and cinema, are
always busy creating and exploring their part time city. I met them through a common friend, an owner of a gallery/frame shop in Pisa. Jill and I contacted each other, and I instantly fell in love with Jill and Alan. We have many things in common one of course is creating and the second one loving the place where you live. Enter here to meet Jill Casty
Published on line: May 8, 2013
Maria Cristina Impagnatiello - Tango and Theater
Maria Cristina has many passions and she lives them every day with intensity and skill.
She is one of my models for my exhibit "Because I am a Woman". It was easy to work with her. She understood what I wanted from her. Enter here to meet Cristina
Published on line July 28, 2014