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Fra Angelico: Complimentary Art History Series 1: Thursdays

VENUE: Room 101, Faculty of Theology, USMC (Cardinal Flahiff Centre), 95 St. Joseph Street

DETAILS: Rev. Dr. Marius Zerafa, O.P. (S.T.L., Lect. Th., A.R. Hist. S., Dr. Sc.Soc) is a noted and extraordinary scholar, art historian and restorer. He is former Curator and Director of the Malta Museums. He is Chair of the Archdiocese of Malta’s Commission for Sacred Art and Vice-President of the Malta Arts Biennale. Dr. Zerafa is lecturer at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, Rome.

Creating Space and Place: Fra Angelico and Architecture through the ages

Participants are welcome to attend all or some of these two four part lecture series. No registration is required.

SERIES I (Thursdays): These lectures will examine Beato Angelico a best-loved artist of the Renaissance era, his panels, frescos, the altarpiece in the San Marco chapel and religious masterpieces in art..

June 6 Part I: Renaissance at the time of Fra Angelico
June 13 Part II: The Early Works of Fra Angelico (panels)
June 20 Part III: The Later Works of Fra Angelico (frescos)
June 27 Part IV: Religious Masterpieces in Art

Time: 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Fee: Free will offerings gratefully accepted.

No registration required. Enquiries by email at dominican.toronto@gmail.com or by phone at 647-531-2050.

When
Thu Jun 6, 2013 2pm – 4pm Eastern Time - Toronto
Where
95 St. Joseph Street, Toronto, ON (map)