Arts & Culture Marketing Course

February 15, 2011

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This term I’m teaching “Arts & Culture Marketing” at the European School of Economics, a small private business school with a program in Florence that is accredited by the University of Buckingham (UK). It’s the first time I’m teaching something other than a variation of Renaissance art history and I’m enjoying the fact that it’s […]

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Am I an art history blogger?

October 25, 2010

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In a recent interview (of me, again – I know, too many of these!), Hasan Niyazi of “Three Pipe Problem” blog has me pegged as a pioneer art history blogger. I don’t consider myself a pioneer in anything, nor had I ever really thought of defining myself as an “art history blogger”. Is that what […]

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Talkin’ Foursquare and Tuscany at the Girl Geek Dinner

October 25, 2010

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I was very happy to be invited to speak about Foursquare and tourism at the second Girl Geek Dinner Toscana held during the Festival of Creativity in Florence on October 24th 2010. The Cafetteria delle Oblate was the beautiful location for this event, appropriately set up with multiple monitors, a mike, and free wifi (with […]

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Interview on Eye on Italy Podcast

October 20, 2010

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It was a lot of fun to record this podcast with the trio of power bloggers behind Eye on Italy – Sara, Jessica, and Michelle – which almost sounds like something out of Sex and the City. They asked great questions about off-the-beaten-track museums in Florence and what might be a good weekend itinerary in […]

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Great questions from “Sharing Travel Experiences”

October 10, 2010

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Andy Hayes of Sharing Travel Experiences interviewed me on his blog and asked the greatest questions about art, travel, and special experiences along the way. He helped me get my mind out of Tuscany for a moment to remember previous travels to places as diverse as Japan, Ireland, and the Friuli region – each special […]

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