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DH Lawrence. The Centenary of Sea and Sardinia. A visual project, DM Photography & Film

  • East Midlands
  • combined arts, film, interdisciplinary arts, libraries, literature, photography, music, theatre, visual arts
  • Daniele Marzeddu daniele@danielemarzeddu.com

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DH Lawrence's "Sea and Sardinia" Centenary.

Presentation of the project (Sunday 29 November 4-5.30 pm)

“… wander away from the world’s somewheres, into our own nowhere.”

When D.H. Lawrence set out to travel to Sardinia in 1921 he would not have known the cultural significance of the book that followed from his trip – Sea and Sardinia

With the support of the D.H. Lawrence Society of Great Britain, and the expert advice offered by Nick Ceramella, vice President of the Society, Return to Sea and Sardinia will follow in the footsteps of Lawrence’s journey 100 years on from the day he set out. Capturing the journey for posterity will be photographer-artist Daniele Marzeddu.

So far the project has received the patronage from

Regione Autonoma della Sardegna, Regione Sicilia, Città di Cagliari, Città di Palermo , ARST / Trenino Verde Sardegna, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, DH Lawrence Memory Theatre, Cineteca Sarda Società Umanitaria, Distretto Agrumi di Sicilia, ISLAND2ISLAND ART London, MCMU Marketing Agency, The Visual Guys

We would like to present the project to a broad audience who are passionate about Lawrence's works, travelling, Italy, literature, visual arts and whoever wants to join us in this fantastic trip a 100 years on.

Book your free ticket on eventbrite

Event hosted by

Daniele Marzeddu (DM Photography & Film) Nick Ceramella (vice President DHLS of Britain)

Rob Mulholland (Communications Manager, MCMU Marketing Agency)

Thanks! See you then!

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