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  • Italian History Seen Through the Eyes of Women

    Sandra Landi’s Un'Altra Storia book reading event sparked feminist discourse at FUA-AUF’s Palazzi Community Center.
   The event featured various readings from the book as...

    Made in Florence: A Presentation on Artificial Intelligence

    On June 11, the Palazzi Community Center hosted “Made in Florence,” where Professor Marco Mayer of LUMSA University and Professor Michele Colajanni from the University of Bologna spoke about Artificial Intelligence: Between Myth & Reality.

    No Act of Betrayal: A Book Presentation

    Author Rossella Levi and translator Johanna Bishop alternated reading passages, in both Italian and English, from Rossella's book, No Act of Betrayal.

    Humans and Nature Connected Through Brush Strokes 

    For the past month, the Corridoio Fiorentino at Palazzi Community Center has been filled by the powerful displays from Aurora Bresci

    How Waves Connect Laura Fauzzi to Her Art

    Divided into two sections, the exhibit features Laura Fauzzi's black and white ink pieces and colorful acrylic paintings. Inspired by dance and human energy, her art captures both fluidity and emotion. Originally from Sweden, Fauzzi now resides in Fl...

    An Evening of Flavor

    Students and guests gathered at the Palazzi Community Center for a cozy evening of tasting, learning, and savoring a variety of different olive oils from the local olive grove, Azienda Agricola Giacomo Grassi.

    Historical Scandal: | Florence's Brief Moment as Capital

    Caterina Perrone presents her book “Marie Laetitia Bonaparte Wise Rattazzi a Firenze,” shedding light on Florence's brief past as Italy's capital from 1865-1870. With help from fellow writers, friends and Perrone herself, the Palazzi Community Ce...

    The last Medici Princess: an open lesson at Palazzi Community Center

    Around sunset on October 10th, someone is singing loudly, gorgeously, from the garden in the Fedora cafe. The song is the Trionfo di Bacco, or the “Triumph of Bacchus” by Lorenzo “the magnificent” de’Medici.
  • Italian History Seen Through the Eyes of Women

    Sandra Landi’s Un'Altra Storia book reading event sparked feminist discourse at FUA-AUF’s Palazzi Community Center.
   The event featured various readings from the book as...
    Sandra Landi’s Un'Altra Storia book reading event sparked feminist discourse at FUA-AUF’s Palazz...

    Made in Florence: A Presentation on Artificial Intelligence

    On June 11, the Palazzi Community Center hosted “Made in Florence,” where Professor Marco Mayer of LUMSA University and Professor Michele Colajanni from the University of Bologna spoke about Artif...
    On June 11, the Palazzi Community Center hosted “Made in Florence,” where Professor Marco Mayer ...

    No Act of Betrayal: A Book Presentation

    Author Rossella Levi and translator Johanna Bishop alternated reading passages, in both Italian and English, from Rossella's book, No Act of Betrayal.
    Author Rossella Levi and translator Johanna Bishop alternated reading passages, in both Italian and ...

    Humans and Nature Connected Through Brush Strokes 

    For the past month, the Corridoio Fiorentino at Palazzi Community Center has been filled by the powerful displays from Aurora Bresci
    For the past month, the Corridoio Fiorentino at Palazzi Community Center has been filled by the powe...

    How Waves Connect Laura Fauzzi to Her Art

    Divided into two sections, the exhibit features Laura Fauzzi's black and white ink pieces and colorful acrylic paintings. Inspired by dance and human energy, her art captures both fluidity and emotion...
    Divided into two sections, the exhibit features Laura Fauzzi's black and white ink pieces and colorf...

    An Evening of Flavor

    Students and guests gathered at the Palazzi Community Center for a cozy evening of tasting, learning, and savoring a variety of different olive oils from the local olive grove, Azienda Agricola Giacom...
    Students and guests gathered at the Palazzi Community Center for a cozy evening of tasting, learning...

    Historical Scandal: | Florence's Brief Moment as Capital

    Caterina Perrone presents her book “Marie Laetitia Bonaparte Wise Rattazzi a Firenze,” shedding light on Florence's brief past as Italy's capital from 1865-1870. With help from fellow writers, fri...
    Caterina Perrone presents her book “Marie Laetitia Bonaparte Wise Rattazzi a Firenze,” shedding ...

    The last Medici Princess: an open lesson at Palazzi Community Center

    Around sunset on October 10th, someone is singing loudly, gorgeously, from the garden in the Fedora cafe. The song is the Trionfo di Bacco, or the “Triumph of Bacchus” by Lorenzo “the magnificen...
    Around sunset on October 10th, someone is singing loudly, gorgeously, from the garden in the Fedora ...

Italian History Seen Through the Eyes of Women

Sandra Landi’s Un'Altra Storia book reading event sparked feminist discourse at FUA-AUF’s Palazzi Community Center.
   The event featured various readings from the book as...

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Made in Florence: A Presentation on Artificial Intelligence

On June 11, the Palazzi Community Center hosted “Made in Florence,” where Professor Marco Mayer of LUMSA University and Professor Michele Colajanni from the University of Bologna spoke about Artificial Intelligence: Between Myth & Reality.

Read More

No Act of Betrayal: A Book Presentation

Author Rossella Levi and translator Johanna Bishop alternated reading passages, in both Italian and English, from Rossella's book, No Act of Betrayal.

Read More

Humans and Nature Connected Through Brush Strokes 

For the past month, the Corridoio Fiorentino at Palazzi Community Center has been filled by the powerful displays from Aurora Bresci

Read More

How Waves Connect Laura Fauzzi to Her Art

Divided into two sections, the exhibit features Laura Fauzzi's black and white ink pieces and colorful acrylic paintings. Inspired by dance and human energy, her art captures both fluidity and emotion. Originally from Sweden, Fauzzi now resides in Florence, where her work can be viewed in Corridoio Fiorentino until April 10th.

Read More

An Evening of Flavor

Students and guests gathered at the Palazzi Community Center for a cozy evening of tasting, learning, and savoring a variety of different olive oils from the local olive grove, Azienda Agricola Giacomo Grassi.

Read More

Historical Scandal: | Florence's Brief Moment as Capital

Caterina Perrone presents her book “Marie Laetitia Bonaparte Wise Rattazzi a Firenze,” shedding light on Florence's brief past as Italy's capital from 1865-1870. With help from fellow writers, friends and Perrone herself, the Palazzi Community Center played host to a captivating presentation for the public to enjoy.

Read More

The last Medici Princess: an open lesson at Palazzi Community Center

Around sunset on October 10th, someone is singing loudly, gorgeously, from the garden in the Fedora cafe. The song is the Trionfo di Bacco, or the “Triumph of Bacchus” by Lorenzo “the magnificent” de’Medici.

Read More
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