33rd Annual Graduate Symposium in Renaissance Art

Syracuse University Florence cordially invites you to join us at the Villa Rossa on Thursday, December 5 at 4:00pm for the 33rd annual Graduate Symposium in Renaissance Art. Can’t attend? Don’t worry! The event will be live-streamed here, from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. EST. Students will present the following papers: • Alexandra Wendt: Painting the Hagiography of a Mystic: Giovanni di Paolo’s Saint Catherine of Siena Cycle • Nina Wutrich: Performing Virtue at the Este Court: Ercole de’ Roberti’s Three Donne Illustri • Caitlin Petty: Lodovico Cigoli’s ‘La bella notomia’: The Flayed Figure, Anatomical Pedagogy, and Corporeal Knowledge circa 1600 • Clio Rom: On Being Planted and Portrayed: Horticulture and Floral Imagery in Seicento Rome through the works of Anna Maria Vaiani