Tempo Zulu walk, part 1

Bernardo Giorgi led an introductory exploration of the Tempo Zulu project, contemporary interventions within the cityscape of Siena, with our group of students together with poet-in-residence Donna Stonecipher.

As a special part of the excursion, we were able to meet master stone carver Maestro Emilio Frati and see a glimpse into his personal studio. He is truly living history!

The participation of our Greek students during the Fall 2020 semester is thanks to the collaboration of the Stavros-Niarchos Foundation in supporting our SNF-SART scholarships.

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