A glimpse of the Spring 2019 Final Critique of the Art & Society course at the Siena Art Institute. A lot of interesting work and thoughtful feedback from our students, teachers, and resident artist Boaz Aharonovitch. Heartfelt thanks to everyone for your participation!
You can follow the activities of our students in the Spring 2019 semester Art and Society course through the blog listings of “Spring 2019” category, and through their profile pages listed here:
Join us for the SART SPRING SHOW !
EXHIBIT INAUGURATION SATURDAY MAY 11 4-6pm
The evening will begin at 4:15pm with the presentation of the works and refreshments offered by the Siena Art Institute, followed by a reading of works from the Creative Writing class of the Siena Art Institute and Siena School for Liberal Arts.
In addition, during the exhibit opening event it will also be possible to visit the studio of Boaz Aharonovitch, artist-in-residence at the Siena Art Institute during the month of May.
Following the inauguration, it will be possible to visit the exhibition from May 13 to 15 from 10:30 am to 6pm.
Free and open to the public.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1557909211033213/
For our weekly series of artists’ talks “StARTers: Assaggi d’arte” at the Siena Art Institute on May 7th we held a conversation with our current artist-in-residence, Israeli photographer and artist, Boaz Aharonovitch. In his installations and videos, his focus is within time and optics and the relation between them.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/517000262037500/
On April 30 we held a conversation with Namsal Siedlecki for our ongoing weekly series StARTers – Assaggi d’arte – tastes of art at the Siena Art Institute, informal conversations with local and international protagonists of the cultural world!. An American artist, living in Italy for several years, in Siedlecki’s research he creates enigmatic sculptures in continuous dialogue between the natural and the artificial world.