Silvia was born and bred in Italy, specifically in Padua – a nice historical city in the North East, close to Venice. After her BA degree, she moved to London thanks to a European project for undergraduates where she did an internship. She enjoyed the city so much she decided to stay. Although missing Italian food (especially her beloved pizza), London is now her second home. She loves walking along the South Bank, Brick Lane Market on a Sunday afternoon, the silent docks in South London, take-away sushi and so much more. She’s really passionate about art, museums and arty quirky events – knowing London has so much to offer!
Latest posts by Silvia Baretta
Go back to 1920s New York.
A light-hearted play about personal belief for old and young.
Saturday is National Learn to Play Day .
This time you can play with your food.
Tea dances, silent disco and Guinness cocktails.
Double review of two new retrospectives.
Free art in the alcoves.
How history mixed with fashion in the 40s.