10/03 7:00 pm • A History of Sicilian Cuisine: Its Origins and Influences


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A History of Sicilian Cuisine: Its Origins and Influences

Presented by Anita Sanseverino
Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 7 pm
Hybrid (in person and virtual) cultural program

Anita Sanseverino will present her latest program about Italy: A History of Sicily through Food. Sicily has been invaded and occupied by so many other countries over millennia, and they all left their mark in various ways, through architecture, customs, traditions, clothes – and food! Anita will use her knowledge of Italian history to explore the various foods and their roots that make up the distinctive Sicilian cuisine.

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About the Speaker: Anita Sanseverino is an award-winning photographer dedicated to the subject of Italy. Her photographs uniquely capture the beauty, emotion, and character of the country’s landscapes, cities, villages, and cultural traditions. In addition to exhibiting her photographs of Italy, Ms. Sanseverino’s work has expanded to include lecturing about her diverse photographic series. Her lectures offer a broad historical knowledge of traditions and images and provide a wealth of insight about the political, cultural, social, and economic history that has shaped the country of her heritage.

Cultural Program: There are no refunds for cancellations or no-shows. Credits for future programs will only be issued should you cancel 48 hours prior to your registered program. To cancel your registration, please call the Foundation at 718-273-7660.

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