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The Life Cycle of the Artist in Renaissance Florence

16/04/2018 (5:30pm - 10:00pm)

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Australian Decorative and Fine Arts (ADFAS)
Wesley Hall Dubbo
64 Church St, Dubbo NSW 2830
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Yvette Aubusson-Foley
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The Life Cycle of the Artist in Renaissance Florence with Kathleen Olive

Renaissance artists and artisans were initiated into their crafts from a very early age. As their skills and reputations grew, they could become highly sought after and well remunerated. What qualities were required to reach the dizzying heights of innovation described Giorgio Vasari in his celebrated Lives? Kathleen explores the career of a Renaissance artist – from the early stages of education, through to the maturity of an artist’s professional life – paying particular attention to artists’ writings in the fifteenth century and to their self-portraits.

Kathleen has a doctorate in Italian literature and a strong interest in medieval history and contemporary fiction writing. Kathleen leads tours to Italy, the United States, Spain and Turkey for Academy Travel.

All lectures are held at 6:00 pm at Wesley Church Hall, Church Street, Dubbo and are free to Dubbo financial members. Refreshments will be served before the lecture.

Guests are welcome. A fee of $20 per lecture applies.
The fee for members of other ADFAS Societies is $5. Memberships are transferable, however, guests using the membership of a Dubbo ADFAS Member will be required to pay $5.00

Annual Subscription $130
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