Fall 2014

Fall 2014 Lectures and Events

Villa Rossa Lectures Series

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
Fred Kuwornu: Ethnicity, National Identity and Multiculturalism in Contemporary Italy.
 
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14
Filippo Taddei: Global Imbalances, the Financial Crisis and a Lesson for Europe.
 
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20
William E. Wallace: The  Sistine Chapel: 500 Years.
 
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Cinzia H. Torrini: Florence World Capital of Art and Handicrafts.

All Villa Rossa lectures are held in room 13 of the Villa Rossa.
Time: 6:20-7:30 PM, followed by light refreshments.
Open to the general public.

Studio Arts Lectures Series

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
Rosenclaire: Artist Talk.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8
Pastis: Artist Talk and Performance.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Stefania Talini: Artist Talk and Exhibition Opening.

All Studio Arts lectures are held in the Studio Arts Building Galleria, Piazzale Donatello, 21.
Time: 6:20-7:30 PM.
Open to the SUF community.

School of Architecture Lecture Series

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
Alberto Iacovoni: Contradictions on Public Space

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
Gianandrea Barreca: New Urban Anthropology: Project and Research for Liquid Architecture

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7
Cristiano Toraldo di Francia: Radical Utopia

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16
James Cooper: Michelangelo’s Architecture: Drawings, Design Process, and Unrealized Intentions

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11
Luca Galofaro: Annotation Through Pictures, Books, Words – an Atlas

All School of Architecture lectures are held in Piazza Savonarola, 15. Villa Rossa, Rm. 13
Time: 6:00 PM
Open to the general public.

28th Annual Graduate Symposium in Renaissance Art

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4
Five graduate students in Renaissance Art will present their final papers on research topics dedicated to the theme of "Erotic Cultures in Italian Renaissance Art." The speakers will be introduced by Sasha Perugini, Gary Radke, and Molly Bourne.

4:00 PM
Piazza Savonarola, 15
Villa Rossa, Rm. 13

Open to the general public.