To view an album of snapshots of the Fall 2016 Final Exhibition, visit this link:
Preparations are underway for the Fall 2016 End-of-Semester exhibition, opening Dec 10th at 4pm!
We hope you can join us for the end-of-semester exhibition on Dec 10th at the Siena Art Institute, showcasing the works that our students have created during the Fall 2016 semester!
Our group critique for the Art & Society course, giving students the opportunity to get feedback about their current projects from their classmates, instructor Lisa Nonken, and resident artist Alexandros Georgiou.
You can see some of the students’ work on their individual profile pages:
Cultural aperitivo with Imran Qureshi who, having exhibited at the MOMA in New York and at the Barbican in London, has come to Siena for a special project.
The Pakistani artist was featured in a public meeting to present his project designed and produced for the Sienese territory. An appointment in which he discussed his style bridging traditions of Pakistani miniature painting and contemporary art, and also of Sienese traditions, from the Renaissance past to the contemporary.
Qureshi’s Project Fellowship at the Siena Art Institute will be from October 15 to November 5 and will carry out a site-specific project designed for the Civic Museum of San Gimignano. http://sienaart.org/Dettaglio-figura/id:260/
Snapshot from a wonderful evening tonight with a poetry-reading event led by Mairead Byrne, current writer-in-residence at the Siena Art Institute! http://sienaart.org/Dettaglio-figura/id:256/
We had a very special visit this morning to Siena’s Salone degli Arazzi, a room with beautiful historic tapestry inside the personal apartment of the local governor, with our students from the Siena School for Liberal Arts and the Siena Art Institute, instructors Roberto Fineschi, Lisa Nonken, and Bernardo Giorgi, and writer-in-residence Mairead Bryne! Thanks to our student, Konstantinos, for the suggestion of the visit! 🙂
A few snapshots from the presentations of projects inspired by the Tempo Zulu Project…