A few snapshots from the presentations of projects inspired by the Tempo Zulu Project…
with artist Bernardo Giorgi, exploring the network of site-specific stones along the city streets of Siena, inspiration for the Intro Unit projects of the Art and Society course.
You can see the work-in-progress that’s being created in response on students’ individual profile pages:
Looking at some initial sketches from the Intro Unit of the Art and Society course, with artist Bernardo Giorgi. You can see the work of students on their individual profile pages:
Such a great group! Snapshots from our Orientation aperitivo with students and faculty from the Siena School for Liberal Arts and the Siena Art Institute at the beautiful garden of Palazzo Ravizza, just around the corner from our building. #studyabroad #Tuscany
Visiting the Briganti Library in Siena’s Santa Maria della Scala museum, admiring some of the treasures of their collection, like the full-volume set of Piranesi’s Views of Rome, with the marvelous librarian Dottoressa Azelia Batazzi!
We’re looking ahead to a busy Fall 2016 semester, with an interesting array of students and visiting artists. Orientation and Intro Unit Activities are currently underway for students of the Siena Art Institute and our partner program the Siena School for Liberal Arts. (see some snapshots below) You can follow the activities of our students in the Fall 2016 semester Art and Society course through their profile pages listed here:
A lot has been happening at the Siena Art Institute. Check out our September 2016 newsletter for info about recent and upcoming activities: http://sienaart.org/News-Notizie/News/