Over the coming weeks a series of renovation and refurbishment works have been scheduled on the first and ground floors of the Monash Prato Centre. The goal is improve the student and visitor experience through upgrades to audio visual equipment and services in classrooms and meeting rooms, including streamlined cabling systems, high definition equipment in the Salone Grollo, and a new Virtual Classroom. Please be patient with possible disruptions: we are working for you!
As a conclusion of a three-months residency at the Monash Prato Centre, Laresa Kosloff will present the result of her work on Thursday 26 November from 6pm.
Lets do something is composed by three artworks, video and audio, that the Australian artist created in Prato from September to November 2015.
Interested in psychology and interpersonal and social relationships within a community, Laresa’s work focuses on the inner tension and drama that we create as individuals, as well as gestures of possibility and play.
A warm welcome to students arriving in Prato shortly! From Monday 23rd November, the Centre will host a variety of programs spanning from the study of Dante and the Italian language and culture, to jazz music and business and society in Europe.
After 5 years of active collaboration with the Monash University Prato Centre, Paolo Ponzecchi has made his first visit to Melbourne. Warmly welcomed by Professor John Griffiths, Head of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music in Clayton, Paolo attended a number of research seminars and concerts, as well as participating in a piano masterclass with Kenji Fujimara and Tamara Smolyar - both of whom have previously accompanied undergraduate study tours to Prato.
You are all invited to ‘Lucente’, the final exhibition by Monash Fine Arts students that will take place on Wednesday 21 October from 6.00pm on the ground floor of the Monash Prato Centre.
Come and have a chat with them about art and their experience in Italy while viewing the various works displayed, and for those of you who still haven’t done so, it will also be a good occasion to participate in the interactive BlackBOX exhibition that was launched during Open Day.
Get ready for 4 days of events from 22 to 25 September. There is something for everyone during PCW 2015: public forums, exhibitions, theatre, 5-side soccer, archery, live music. On Thursday 24 September it's Open Day at the Monash Prato Centre! Come and visit us and find out more about what we do. Join us for speedy coversation exchange and stay around for our Aussie BBQ and live band.