Silvana Rizzi’s resume

Silvana Rizzi has a degree in Foreign Languages and Literature taken at the Universitą Bocconi in Milano.

Journalist and freelancer she has been collaborating for many years with major newspapers and magazines with articles and photographs regarding interviews, travelling, culture, art, traditions and well-being. She has written guides and travel journals, such as La Provenza (ed.White Star), Italie du Nord (ed.Mondeos-Parigi), Cittą d’Europa (Touring Club), Le 100 spiagge pił belle del mondo (ed.Rizzoli).

She has travelled all over the world as the correspondent of newspapers and magazines such as Vie del Mondo, Dove, Capital, Gentleman etc. She has published numerous reports about the countries she has visited: from Europe to Marocco, India, Syria, Algeria, New Caledonia, Chile, the United States and Argentina.

Currently she collaborates with Gentleman (Class Editori) and Vanity.it, www.viaggivacanze.info for the part regarding travels. Recently, with ten colleagues, she has started a blog, dalverdealrosa.it, in which she is in charge of the around the world section. She is also part of the group GIST, italian group of tourism press.

She has been exploring India for several years and has written numerous articles about this country on the Italian press. What brought her to the subcontinent was not only her passion for this country but the extraordinary story of her great-uncle, the painter Antonio Moscheni, who was born in Stezzano in 1850 and who died in Kochi in 1905. At 35, when he was already a well-known artist in his hometown, Moscheni joined the Jesuits. He left for India and in Mangalore (in the state of Karnataka) he painted the St.Aloysius Chapel with extraordinary frescoes, so much so that the Indian government issued postage stamps with his paintings in the year 2000.
The Indian press (The Hindu, Times of India, The Deccan) has often spoken about Ms Rizzi’s visits to Mangalore.

Currently Silvana Rizzi is actively engaged in helping some institutions created by the Jesuits in Mangalore: the St.Aloysius Boys Home and the Technical School St.Aloysius. Her interest is mainly focused on the latter that accommodates 200 boys and girls facing difficult financial situations. She has organised a successful tailoring activity in Italy for the girls.



Left_arrow Back to previous page

Updated November 20th 2017