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EXPLORE/DISCOVER/ART/ Open Studio Weekend October 18 – 19. Various locations in Florence   This October sees Lost In Florence Open Studio Weekend: 12 studios, 2 days, open to the public to stop by and meet the artisans, with pit stops for café and wine along the

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EXPLORE/DISCOVER/ART/ Open Studio Weekend

October 18 – 19. Various locations in Florence

 

This October sees Lost In Florence Open Studio Weekend: 12 studios, 2 days, open to the public to stop by and meet the artisans, with pit stops for café and wine along the way. It aims to encourage the public go inside the studios of Florence and experience this unique side to the city. Positioned around Florence’s historic centre these studios are the working spaces of modern artisans, many also shop or showroom. Come meet the artist (many offering a glass of wine) and experience this unique side of Florence life. Download your free map at www.lostinflorence.it

 

 

LECTURE/CULTURE/ Flood Ladies

October 22. 6.30pm, Accademia delle Arti del Disegno, via Orsanmichele, 4, Florence

 

When the World Answered: Florence, Women Artists and the 1966 Flood is the latest book from The Florentine Press, which furthers the quest of the Advancing Women Artists Foundation to reveal works by women in the city. Linda Falcone and Jane Fortune will present their new book describing works by numerous women whose stories and interviews offer a personal look at twentieth-century creativity in Italy. Please sign up to attend at http://floodladies-talk.eventbrite.it

 

EXHIBITION/PHOTOGRAPHY/ Fasting Women

Until November 9. Uffizi Gallery, Florence

 

The exhibition, Le donne del digiuno contro la mafia, is a collect of photographs from Francesco Francaviglia, portraying the women who took a stand against violence. In 1992, Palermo was stunned by grief and rage at the mafia bombings, killing many loved ones. Eleven strong women took a courageous stance, alternating piazza Castelnuovo, fasting and making a stand for justice: hunger for justice. Free entry to the exhibition which is held in ex-church of San Pier Scheraggio, Uffizi Gallery.

www.polomuseale.firenze.it

 

 

PARTY/VINTAGE/ Twist and Shout!

October 18, 9.30pm. Viper Theatre, via Pistoiese, Florence

 

Twist and Shout, the best 50s and 60s party, is back in town! Twist and shout to the irresistible beats of rock ‘n’ roll, doo wop and blues, with some internationally renowned special guest musicians! If you’re finding it difficult to tease your hair into a super 60s style, there will be help on hand from Ketty-Vintage Style-Cinieri, who can pin it up in true vintage fashion as well as do your make-up for free. Studio la Rosa dance school will be there to give lessons in 50s dance styles. See the website for more information. www.viperclub.eu

 

 

CINEMA/ To the Odeon!

October 16 –22. Odeon Cinema, piazza Strozzi, Florence

 

The Two Faces of January is a period thriller based on Patricia Highsmith’s novel. The plot centres around a glamorous American couple (Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst) on holiday in Athens during the 1960s.While sightseeing at the Acropolis they encounter Rydal (Oscar Isaac) who is lured into their lives. The Hundred-Foot Journey is a feel-good film about multicultural understanding, with Helen Mirren and Om Puri as battling restaurant owners. Tuesdays at the cinema with Palazzo Strozzi sees the screening of French film The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, on Tuesday 21 at 8.30pm. All films are in their original language, with Italian subtitles. www.odeonfirenze.com

 

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