Orogami: An Orvieto evening in San Francisco


Through the golden artistry of international award-winning Orogami, you are invited to join us for an evening celebrating the unique culture and creativity of Orvieto.

Hosted by Orogami founders Massimo and Tiziana Aloisio and San Francisco’s Istituto Italiano di Cultura, the event will allow you to experience one of Italy’s most beautiful hilltop towns. With over 3000 years of history, Orvieto is renowned for its extraordinary Cathedral, iconic wine, breathtaking vistas and refined but relaxed quality of life. As the “green heart” of the Slow City movement, Orvieto with its historic hospitality and beauty has inspired generations, from the Etruscans to St. Augustine, from Michelangelo to Fra’ Angelico.
Opera Plaza Parking: Enter at 739 Turk Street (between Van Ness and Franklin).




Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Time: 6:00 PM.

Location: IIC (601 Van Ness Ave, Suite F, San Francisco)

Organized by: Orogami, IIC, David Perry and Associates.

In collaboration with: Città di Orvieto, Città Slow, Domenica Fiore Olive Oil, Palazzone, Caffè Montanucci.