Dante Alighieri Society - The Italian Society in Loughborough

 

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CARNEVALE Feedback form

We would like to ask you to fill a brief feedback form about our last event “Carnevale Italiano”. We believe that each feedback will give us a real understanding of what went well and what we have to improve so that we can always aim to create the best possible event for everyone involved. Kind Regards.
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MARCH 2015
Friday 6th, 7-9pm

Anna Franchi: A talk by Professor Sharon Wood, lecturer and author.
Anna Franchi was an early 20th century Italian writer, passionate about the feminist issues of the time, particularly female inequality in matters of divorce and faithfulness in marriage ~ and Italian politicians who ignored it! 
Should make for an interesting evening..
 
Venue: Radmore Centre at Loughborough College
Cost: free for members, £3 for non-members. Tea, coffee and biscuits included.



APRIL 2015
Friday 24th , 7pm-9pm
 
Illustrated Introduction to Italian Olive Oils
With a glass of prosecco, Italian bread, oils and Italian antipasti
Join us on a talk to discover and taste some of the best Olive Oils from Southern Italy.
Places are limited, please book and pay in advance via email to committee@danteloughborough.vpweb.co.uk. 
Venue: Radmoor Restaurant, Radmoor Centre, Loughborough College, Loughborough 
Cost: £15 for members, £18 for non members


MAY 2015
Friday 15th, 7pm-9pm

Gianlorenzo Bernini (1598 - 1680) - Architect, painter and the greatest scene designer and image-maker of his age. An illustrated talk by Dr Michael Cefai.
An illustrated talk on Bernini's sublime theatrical works of art, which give Baroque Rome its character. Bernini's works tend to supercede the limits of sculpture, they dialogue with their architectural and urban  space, and interpret the trend of the Baroque period as the fusion of all Art.
Venue: Radmoor Centre at Loughborough College (Please report to Reception)
Cost: free for members, £3 for non members. Tea and coffee & biscuits included

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