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Il Professional Women's Committee della Tuscan American Association ha il piacere di invitarLa alla mostra e convegno su: "L’Eccellenza delle  Donne del Mondo dell’Artigianato: Sfide Nuove" che si terrà il pomeriggio di venerdì, 21 marzo 2014 al Palagio di Parte Guelfa, Firenze. La mostra sarà aperta dalle ore 15:00, e la conferenza inizierà alle ore 16:00, Verrà offerto un piccolo rinfresco.

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Le relatrici saranno Carmen Mossa, Gioielleria Mossa, Paola Locchi, Laboratorio di Moleria su vetro e cristallo Locchi, Angela Caputi,  Giuggiù di Angela Caputi, Ilaria Masotti, Calzaturificio Ettore Masotti, Lucia Celli Calvo, Officina de’ Tornabuoni

 

Fra le Espositrici:

Loretta Caponi (biancheria sartoriale); Angela Caputi (bigiotteria); Lucia Celli Calvo, Officina de’ Tornabuoni (erboristeria); Paola Cipriani, Trame d’Arte (restauro tessuti antichi,  creazioni con disegni storici); Maria Giannini, Giulio Giannini & Figli  (legatoria artistica e carta decorata); Benedetta Golini (sartoria artigianale); Alice Gori (arte ceramica del Mugello); Silvana Grevi,  ditta Grevi di Giuseppe Grevi (cappelleria); Paola Locchi (vetro e cristallo); Anna Marinelli Tognazzi, Galleria Frilli (restauro, fonderia artistica, sculture); Julia Markert (restauro, riproduzione cornici antiche); Ilaria Masotti (calzature artigianali); Carmen Mossa, Gioielleria Mossa (gioiellieri); Gianna Simoni Paciaroni (decoratrice di porcellana).

Sarà un bell’evento, e speriamo che possa partecipare.

Cordiali saluti,

Professional Women's Committee

(Andrea Davis, Marisa Mazzoni)

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