A series of 5 lectures conducted in English by Italian artist, art teacher and researcher Angela Viora, who presents the artistic peculiarities of Torino (Piemonte), Sanremo (Liguria), Ravenna (Emilia-Romagna), Orvieto (Umbria), and Ragusa province (Sicilia).
17th April 2018 TORINO – the hidden treasure down the Alps. From Royal residencies to contemporary art.
24th April 2018 SANREMO – the Riviera hidden treasure.
1st May, 2018 RAVENNA – the hidden treasure of Adriatic Sea: Early Christian Monuments part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
15th May 2018 ORVIETO – the hidden Gothic treasure in the Green Heart of Italy.
22nd May 2018 RAGUSA PROVINCE – the hidden secrets of “the other Sicily”.
Cost: $30 single lecture; $ 130 the entire series
10% discount applies to IIC members ($27 single lecture; $117 the entire series)
Dates: 17th, 24th April & 1st, 15th, 22nd May 2018
Angela Viora is an artist, art teacher and researcher born in Italy in 1983. She earned a BA in Painting and History of Art and an MA in Visual and Performing Arts at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts in Turin (IT).
She is currently a PhD Candidate in Theatre and Performance at Monash University in Melbourne. Her artistic practice spans drawing, painting, art installation, and performance art.
Angela has been teaching and lecturing art and history of art for many years, both in Italy and Australia. She has participated in conferences and festivals in various prestigious venues, such as Melbourne University (Psi#22, 2016), Fondazione Merz in Turin (Video.IT, 2013), and the MAXXI Museum in Rome (2012).
Her work has been exhibited, performed, and short-listed in exhibitions and prizes in Europe, the Middle-East, and Australia. Together with her art fellows and masters, she has represented the Turin Academy of Fine Arts at the 12th Istanbul Biennial (TK) in 2011.