Linda Falcone, an English-speaker and an Italian-thinker, is the author of three books with The Florentine Press, and others with Jane Fortune for the Advancing Women Artists Foundation. She has lived, taught and written in Italy for almost 2 decades.
Talks, visits and photography organized by The British Institute of Florence, Cultural Association Il Palmerino and Calliope Arts
On June 13, tune into a live broadcast with paper restorer Simona Calza at the Opificio delle Pietre Dure.
INO Director Raffaella Fontana tells us about the conservation of Artemisia's Allegory of Inclination, using 3D digital technology.
Six women in Florence discuss their work with sustainable textiles, clothing and home décor in Florence and environs.
Online talk exploring women's contributions to the Alinari Archives.
The Fotografe! exhibition at Forte di Belvedere and Villa Bardini offers a look into the Alinari Archives alongside shots by modern women photographers from Italy.
A Century of Women in the Arts: 1866-1966 is an upcoming course organised by The British Institute of Florence which commences July 4.
From the Heart to the Hills trek celebrates early 20th-century literature and modern-day book art from a female perspective on May 8.
In June 2021, just two weeks before Advancing Women Artists’ definitive closure, the Ancient Hospital of San Giovanni di Dio in borgo Ognissanti welcomed two newly restored ovals by eighteenth-century ...