As our semester speeds along, our students have completed their latest projects of the intro unit, responding to the Tempo Zulu stones in the city center of Siena.
Visit the students’ personal blog pages to see more about the work of our remarkable group of young artists:
On Sept 25th we had a talk with resident artist Magdalena Maślerz, goldsmith specialised in bone jewellery and a teacher of goldsmithing based in Kraków, Poland.
For more info: https://www.sienaart.org/News/Magdalena-Ma%C5%9Blerz-artist%27s-talk-Sept-25/
A presentation about the “Luoghi di Fuga” project (Places of Escape) with architect Annunziata de Comite, and exploring the hidden garden at the Fonte delle Monache, just down the street from the Siena Art Institute!
Every Wednesday is market day in the area surrounding #Siena’s Lizza Park and Fortress. We had a chance to check out this area with students from the Siena Art Institute and Siena School for Liberal Arts and Italian Language instructor Valeria Indice!
After a busy first week in the Intro Unit, our Fall 2018 students have created their first responses to the “Walk of Destiny” project!
Visit their personal blog pages to see more about our remarkable group of young artists: