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Enjoy and Network!

Refreshments and Snacks
Lunch and refreshments are included in the registration fee and will be served daily during the course of the Congress.

 

There will be refreshment stations positioned on the -2 floor of the Grafton building of Bocconi University campus. This floor can be accessed by an outside staircase and lifts.


Welcome Reception
The Welcome Reception will take place on Friday August 29 from 6.45pm in the main foyer of the Grafton building of the University of Bocconi. The main foyer houses many of the important works of art of the Bocconi University collection. 

 

 

Conference Supper & Cultural Evening

The EARIE 2014 Milan conference supper and cultural evening will take place on Saturday August 30 at the prestigious Pinacoteca di Brera, beginning at 7.30 p.m.

 

The Pinacoteca di Brera is an art gallery set up in 1809 by Napoleon Bonaparte. It houses a great number of works of art that were “confiscated” from churches and convents throughout Europe. Works to be seen range from the fourteenth to the twentieth centuries, and include masterpieces by artists such as Piero della Francesca (Pala d’Urbino), Raffaello (Sposalizio della Vergine), Mantegna (Cristo Morto), Bramante and Caravaggio. The courtyard holds a wonderful statue of Napoleon that was created by Canova. The Brera Art Gallery will be open for EARIE Milan participants from 7:30 to 8:30 pm. Guides will be positioned at the most important works of art.

 

A welcome cocktail and standing supper will be offered, enabling EARIE 2014 delegates to move around freely for networking in this wonderful location.

 

Pinacoteca di Brera
Via Brera, 28
20121 Milano

 

Public Transportation To Pinacoteca di Brera:

  • Bus

Bus 61 (eastward bound) bus stops at Via dell’orso, very close to Via Brera. From here, it is a 2-minute walk up Via Brera. Bus 61 (westward bound) stops at Piazza San Marco. From here, Pinacoteca is a few metres away.

  • Underground

Please take either the green line to Lanza, yellow line to Montenapoleone, or the red line to Cairoli. From all these stops, the Pinacoteca is a 10-minute pleasant stroll

  • Tram

Tram numbers 2, 12 and 14 stop at Piazza Carmine. From here the Pinacoteca is a short walk through the Brera district.

 

If you wish to walk to the Pinacoteca di Brera, the local organisers have prepared 2 walking routes from Bocconi University. Route 1, is the quickest and allows walkers to take in a large number of historical treasures of Milan, while Route 2, although a little bit longer, allows walkers to go a little bit "off the beaten track" and explore Milan some more.

 

Please click here for the maps:

Route 1

Route 2

 

 

 

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