About the talk
Salzburg, 1739. A penniless foreign philosophy student looked at his future, knotted himself a rope-ladder, and climbed. To do so, he had to learn to work the system. How did he do this? What were the dangers? Even his marriage was against all odds. The little-known facts give some answers.
About Presenter Anne-Louise Luccarini
British born, Australian raised, a lifetime of hands-on dabbling in the arts has been enabled by earning her keep in conventional ways. Long residence in France and Italy provided fluency in both languages plus a smattering of German which has broadened her historical research.
We have a limited number of in-person tickets available, so book early –as these tickets will sell out quickly.
Date: Sunday 16 May, 2.30pm
Venue: The talks will be presented on Zoom. Some in-person tickets are available, subject to COVID restrictions.
Tickets: $10 (Zoom presentation) and $20 in person ($15 for volunteers and subscribers), which includes light refreshments.
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