Special programme with the Fitzwilliam Museum Radio Dante presents: Italian Art at the Fitzwilliam Museum
Radio programmes on Sat 1-2pm on Cambridge105.fm
One hour programme held in Italian and in English
24th November: Italian paintings – Titian, Veronese and Palma il Giovane 19 January: Italian sculpture – Renaissance Bronzes in Italy and Upper Marlay 16th February 2013: Italian ceramics forcusing on maiolica 16th March 2013: Italian arms and armour – 27th April 2013: Roman Antiquities – focusing on objects that relate to family life in Ancient Rome in the Roman Gallery
Interviewing: Dr Charlotte Avery, Keeper in Applied Arts
David Scrase (Keeper of Paintings, Drawings and Prints and co-Acting Director)
Mrs Sue Rhodes (Development Officer, Development Office)
Mrs Tao-Tao Chang (International Development)
Lucilla Burn (Keeper of Antiquities)
This is a great opportunity for La Dante to link with the prestigious Fitzwilliam Museum and highlight the beautiful and world reknown treasures from ancient Rome up to Titian and wonderful Modigliani.
Find out more: Fitzwilliam Museum and Radio Dante Cambridge
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