15 April 2019
GHILARZA

(Italian) 82° Anniversario della morte di Antonio Gramsci

La Fondazione Casa Museo Antonio Gramsci organizza una serie di manifestazioni pubbliche per l’82°Anniversario della morte di Antonio Gramsci dal 25 al 30 aprile 2019.
12 April 2019
ROMA

(Italian) Borsa di studio Antonio Gramsci 2019

La Fondazione Gramsci onlus di Roma bandisce un concorso per una borsa di studio intestata ad Antonio Gramsci. La scadenza per la presentazione delle domande è fissata per il 30 aprile 2019.
14 April 2019
Ghilarza

(Italian) Orari della Casa Museo per le festività primaverili

Aperture e chiusure della Casa Museo in occasione delle festività pasquali, dei ponti di fine aprile e delle celebrazioni dell'82°Anniversario della Morte di Antonio Gramsci.

MULTIMEDIA

SANDRO PERTINI REMEMBERS HIS FRIENDSHIP WITH ANTONIO GRAMSCI

The Gramsci House Multimedia Archive treasures the testimonies of over forty men and women who have known Gramsci when he was actively working, or in the political struggle, in jail and in his human relations. At the Museum, you can hear the voices of so many characters that help outline, each in his own way, his humanity..

INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOL OF
GRAMSCI
 STUDIES

The idea of establishing an international school for Gramsci studies in Ghilarza arose in 2011 after a positive contact among a number of Italian and foreign Gramsci scholars, the Antonio Gramsci House Museum, the Gramsci Foundation of Rome, the International Gramsci Society and the Foundation of Sardinia.

THE PLACE OF MEMORY AND AFFECTION

Antonio Gramsci lived here from 1898 to 1911, from 7 to 20 years of age. He was born in Ales, in the Province of Cagliari, on 22 January 1891. After a few months, his family moved to Sorgono and then to Ghilarza, the city his mother, Peppina Marcias, was from. After elementary school, from 1905 to 1911, Antonio attended first the junior secondary school at Santu Lussurgiu, then the senior secondary school in Cagliari (the Dèttori Lyceum).

Ghilarza

Ghilarza is located in the central-western part of Sardinia, in the Province of Oristano, easily reached by the principal roads linking Cagliari and Sassari (SS 131) and Nuoro and Olbia (SS 131bis). It numbers approximately 4,500 inhabitants and is distinguished by its basalt houses built close together, with the gardens mostly located behind them. It is a continuation of the land and population of the cities of Abbasanta and Norbello.

 

THE
EXHIBIT

 

The exhibit and the Museum’s layout were designed during the early nineteen-seventies and were the work of two especially authoritative women in their respective scientific and professional fields:
Elsa Fubini and Cini Boeri.

statue di antonio gramsci
VISIT THE MUSEUM

HOURS
10/13 - 15:30/18:30
Open daily from October to March
10/13 - 15:30/19:30
Open daily from April to September

Last admission 30 minutes before closing time

Closed on Tuesdays
and 1st January, Easter Sunday, 1st May,
15th August, 25th, 26th, 31st December

ADMISSION

€ 4,00 visitors over 26 years
€ 2,00 from ages 6 to 25, over 65, each member of a group of more than 10 people and their guide
FREE from ages 0 to 6, disabled persons and their helper, Friends of the Antonio Gramsci House Museum, all visitors the first Sunday of each month; ICOM members

The reservation is optional. For groups (from 10 pax) is required.
The visit of the Museum takes about 60 minutes.

 

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