Save the Date! April 17 – 7 PM
Focusing on the cultural climate of Middle Europe/Mitteleuropa in 1910
Sponsored by Austrian-American Council West and Austrian Consulate General
SEEfest is thrilled to host the super-quintet of Trieste aficionados sharing their stories, anecdotes and insights about the cosmopolitan region in northern Adriatic.
The city of Trieste presides at the intersection of Austrian, Italian, Slavic and Jewish cultures.
Trieste presides at the intersection of Austrian, Italian, Slavic and Sephardi Jewish cultures. With UCLA professor Thomas Harrison, author of “1910” in conversation with John Agnew, distinguished professor of Political Geography; Tzvi Rafael Rivlin, Trieste cultural scholar from Montreal, Quebec; Nina Bjekovic, PhD candidate in Italian studies researching the literature of prominent authors of the Slovene minority in Northern Italy; and moderator MariaCristina Heller, Trieste-born actress and journalist.
West Hollywood Council Chambers (library building) | 625 N. San Vicente Blvd | West Hollywood, CA 90069
This program is presented with the support of the City of West Hollywood’s WeHo Arts program. For more information, please visit www.weho.org/arts or follow via social media @WeHoArts.
RSVP Required. Tickets are free.