Yesterday our students from the Siena School for Liberal Arts and the Siena Art Institute took a trip to Umbria. They explored the historic city of Perugia and also stopped by the giant lake Trasimeno, enjoying beautiful blue skies!
Painting Professor Franca Marini led our visit to the City Archives, seeing the important Biccherne tablets and other highlights of the collection. We also were able to enjoy the view from the archives balony overlooking Piazza del Campo, and other spots in the neighborhood like the Contrada of the Civetta.
On Sunday Jan 26 we travelled to the hilltop town of San Gimignano with our newly-arrived students from the Siena Art Institute & Siena School for Liberal Arts. The day included a group lunch together and a guided tour of the city led by our Program Director Miriam Grottanelli de Santi.
We were able to see two contemporary art exhibits by KIKI SMITH & JOSÉ ANTONIO SUÁREZ LONDOÑO organized by Galleria Continua.
If you weren’t able to join us in person, here is a little video to give you a glimpse of San Gimignano from above:
It’s amazing that 2020 is here: the start of a new decade!
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Her first solo presentation, ‘Notes Towards Silence’ (2016) was held at Rohtas Gallery, Lahore. She has also been writing on art for a number of publications including ArtNow Pakistan and the Dawn Newspaper. She was the recipient of the Massachusetts College of Art
Teaching Residency in 2019 and the Murree Museum residency in 2014 and is nominated for the AICAD Post-Graduate Teaching Fellowship 2020. She has been teaching at the National College of Arts, Lahore, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston and the Beaconhouse National University, Lahore.
For more information, check out her residency profile page.