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Calligraphy Workshop | A Journey through the Centuries: The Making of Dante Guarneriano

Date:

10/21/2021


Calligraphy Workshop | A Journey through the Centuries: The Making of Dante Guarneriano

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WEEK OF THE ITALIAN LANGUAGE IN THE WORLD 2021

Calligraphy Workshop

Thursday, October 21 | 2:00PM EDT

Charbonnel Lounge | St. Michael's College | Toronto, ON

Free Event | Registration Required

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Please note that all Covid-19 Protocols will be observed

As part of the series of events celebrating Week of the Italian Language in the World, the Department of Italian Studies at the University of Toronto, in collaboration with St. Michael’s College, Massey College, and the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto, presents A Journey through the Centuries: The Making of Dante Guarneriano; a series of events to celebrate the father of the Italian language, Mediaeval poet and philosopher Dante Alighieri, and his groundbreaking trilogy, the Divine Comedy, in the year that marks the 700th anniversary of the passing of the “sommo poeta”.  

This event in the series consists of a calligraphy workshop open to the public.  Amanuenses of the Scriptorium Foroiuliense, specialized in Medieval historical scripts such as Gothic Textura, Uncial, Beneventan, Carolingian, will lead the workshops at St. Michael’s College and Massey College.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OTHER EVENTS IN THE DANTE GUARNERIANO SERIES

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR THE 2021 EDITION OF THE WEEK OF THE ITALIAN LANGUAGE IN THE WORLD

 

 

Information

Date: Thursday, October 21, 2021

Time: At 2:00 pm

Organized by : Department of Italian Studies at the University of Toronto

In collaboration with : St. Michael’s College | Massey College | Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto

Entrance : Free


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