Uther Pendragon Cultural Association
The Uther Pendragon Cultural Association takes its name from that ancient semi-mythical figure who was the Rhi of Cymru (the ruler of ancient British Wales), in the fifth century AD, father of the more famous King Arthur.
The idea was born from the passion and sharing of the founding partners Walter and Betty, for everything that revolves around the Celtic world.
So they decided, in November 1999, to found a cultural association with five friends, thus giving life since 2001 to the Triskell Festival project, a project that over the years has grown to become an international event, known all over the world. .
Giuliano Righi, was employed atthe Civic Museums of History and Art of Trieste and personally participated in the excavations in the Celtic settlements of Friuli, testifying to the presence of the Celts Carni in the region;
Muzio Bobbio, former musician of the Gwen, a local historical Celtic music band;
Ugor Pagotto, scholar of the spirituality of the Celtic peoples;
Massimiliano Ursini, expert in historical re-enactments;
Stefano Piciulin, passionate about the Arthurian saga and role-playing games.
Meanwhile, Uther Pendragon is also organizing other cultural events, including "Ancient and New Mysteries", a Mystery Archeology Conference which has reached four editions and which has seen several "specials", with international speakers and guests.
Elisabetta Sulli (Betty) - President
Walter Fioretto - Vice President
Dorina Leka - Secretary