Developing projects at a distance

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As our building is closed until April 3 as required by Italy’s stay-at-home mandate to lessen the spread of the coronavirus, it’s a reminder that the Siena Art Institute is not just a place or structure: more than anything it is a community of people brought together by their shared passion for interdisciplinary learning, creativity, and culture.
The Siena Art Institute’s young international artists and our instructors continue working remotely for our various courses: we are “meeting” through video-conferencing to provide feedback on ongoing projects & to provide moral support as well as we all work together to move forward in creative ways amidst these challenging circumstances.

Below is a list of some of the references we’ve been discussing this week in the context of our Art & Society course:

We’ve also been sharing information on additional cultural and artistic resources online. Let us know if you come across additional materials you’d like to share!

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