A space spread around the streets of the San Salvario neighborhood and beyond
Among the many programmed events, we would like to highlight the conference “Land, Conflict and Migration”, with the founder of Emergency, Gino Strada, among the speakers, to be held on Sunday September 25 at 2pm; “Soup for Syria”, also on Sunday September 25, from 5.30pm to 9pm, a debate with comic artist Zerocalcare and delegates from Kobane, but also a concert and a Syrian soup tasting; Migrantour’s walks around Europe’s largest open-air market, every day from10am to 12 noon (leaving from Galleria Umberto I) and the various events of the Festival of Mediterranean Food.
Indigenous Terra Madre
Conferences open to the public will be held on Friday September 23 from 2pm to 4pm and Saturday September 24 and Sunday September 25 from 3pm to 5pm. They will be followed by musical performances with the Sounds of Terra Madre.
Let it Bee
Rettorato Courtyard, University of Turin, Via Po 17
Conferences open to the public will be held on Saturday September 24 at 2pm, Sunday September 25 at 10am, 12 noon and 3pm, and on Monday September 26 at 10am and 11.30am. Honey tastings will be on Thursday September 22 and Friday September 23 at 11.30am and 5.30pm and on Saturday September 24 at 5.30pm. The exhibition is open throughout the days of the event.
Società Canottieri Armida Terrace, Viale Virgilio 45 (Valentino Park)
The Slow Fish space will be hosting events every day. Visit the website in the next few days to find out all the details.
Slow Meat Pathway
Saving Biodiversity Pathway
This pathway will allow visitors to discover the value of biodiversity, the importance of healthy, living soil and the essential role of seeds, the first link in our food chain. Using touch and smell, you’ll be able to get to know the shapes and scents of biodiversity. Revolving illustrated panels will explain the difference between different agricultural models, and you’ll be able to feel different types of soil, play with multi-colored seeds and learn all about the Slow Food projects to protect and promote biodiversity: the Ark of Taste, the Presidia and the food gardens,
The interactive pathways are open every day from 10am to 7pm (Slow Meat) and from 12am to 12 pm (Saving Biodiversity Pathway). At the end of each one, you’ll be able to learn more about Slow Food, our projects and our campaigns to protect biodiversity and soil fertility.