Gay Pride Month in Rome: What’s been going on

Finalmente, the most wonderful time of the year is upon us: Gay Pride Month. For this blogpost, I’ll give you the rundown on what I’ve been up to & where and who to follow for more LGBTQIA+ events if you’re ever in the Eternal(ly Fabulous) City.

Rome and Queer History: The 1850’s Lesbian Art Commune on the Hills

In this Tesoro Irlandese post, I discuss the fascinating period in Queer Roman History when a community of queer women artists lived on the Seven Hills. Dubbed the ‘white marmorean flock’ by Henry James, this post explores the successes and heartbreaks of Cushman, Hays, Hosmer and Stibbens.

Sebastião Salgado’s ‘Amazônia’ Exhibition

In this Tesoro Irlandese blogpost, I discuss my recent-ish visit to the MAXXI museum to see the incomparable ‘Amazônia’ photo series by Sebastião Salgado.

MAAM: Il Museo dell’Altro e dell’Altrove di Metropoliz or The Museum of the Other & the Elsewhere

In this Tesoro Irlandese blogpost, I discuss my recent visit to the MAAM: the Museum of the Other and Elsewhere. This art museum and residence has a fascinating story and highlights the struggles and strength of refugees and displaced people in finding a space to call their own.