Wednesday August 30 starting at 6.30 pm our musical program 𝗦𝗶𝗲𝗻𝗔𝗴𝗼𝘀𝘁𝗼 will perform in a free admission show dedicated to Baroque music: a small gesture to thank the city of Siena which hosts our musicians from all over the world every year!
The event is made possible thanks to the warm welcome of the Contrada di Valdimontone, in their magnificent Oratory in Via Valdimontone 4, 53100 Siena (SI).
Mercoledi’ 30 agosto a partire dalle 18.30 l’accademia musicale 𝗦𝗶𝗲𝗻𝗔𝗴𝗼𝘀𝘁𝗼 si esibirà in uno spettacolo a ingresso libero dedicato alla musica barocca: un piccolo gesto per ringraziare la città di Siena che tutti gli anni ospita musicisti da tutto il mondo!
L’evento è realizzato grazie alla calorosa accoglienza della Contrada di Valdimontone, nel loro magnifico Oratorio in Via Valdimontone 4, 53100 Siena (SI).
Friday Sept 1 a small performance will be held at Palazzo Ravizza in Siena, as part of the project “Fare buio per fare luce” with music to accompany the passage from sunset to dusk.
Saturday Sept 2 a performance will be held at the Pinacoteca Nazionale di Siena museum. Open to the public with tickets costing 2 euro. We hope you can join us!
venerdì, 1 settembre – Palazzo Ravizza nell’ambito del progetto SART “Fare buio per fare luce” la musica accompagnerà il passaggio dal tramonto all’imbrunire; sabato, 2 settembre h. 17:00 – Pinacoteca Nazionale (biglietto 2 euro) concerto finale “Promenade musicale”. Vi aspettiamo.
Open call to Greek students fully enrolled in a degree program in University / Art Programs and Art Academies, concentrating in (but not limited to) visual arts: painting, drawing, photography, video, design, and architecture.
The Siena Art Institute Onlus is a small non-profit arts organization based in the heart of Siena, Italy, one of Italy’s oldest and most beautiful university towns. We welcome artists from all disciplines who are interested in the intersection of art and civic life.
The SART Scholarships cover full tuition and accommodation in the historic city centre of Siena as well as access to studio space. Students are responsible for food, personal art supplies, and travel expenses during their semester in Siena.
The Fall 2023 semester at the Siena Art Institute runs Sept 11th-December 8th, 2023.
In order to apply, students need to supply the following: – email request providing your name, school name, area of study, year of study, contact information – address, telephone number, e-mail. – CV in English; – Portfolio of 10 works of your choice that best represent their artistic research;
Please send application materials as email attachments to: Clio Manfredi firstname.lastname@example.org Application deadline: August 20th 2023
Note: Previous recipients of Siena Art Institute scholarships are not eligible.
If you need any more information, feel free to contact us.
Enjoying the Bruco contrada garden party Ba’o Bello with some of our Brandeis-in-Siena students, Art Historian Prof Jonathan Unglaub, writer in residence Sandy Pool and artist in residence Laurel Farrin!
The Brandeis in Siena program is a two-course, intensive faculty-led summer program combining Studio Art and Art History in Siena, Italy. The program is a culturally immersive, experiential learning experience where students will come in direct contact with master works of art seminal to the canon of art history and Western culture. This program focuses on art of the Renaissance, giving the students the life-changing experience of learning and working surrounded by the experts they are studying.
In addition to our explorations of Siena itself, each year our Brandeis-in-Siena students explore other Italian cities as well which in recent years has included Venice, Rome, Assisi, Florence, San Gimignano, as well as Pisa!
Join us on Tuesday, May 23rd at 6 pm for an artist’s talk with resident artist at the Siena Art Institute for May 2023 Tseng Yu Chin! The event will be held in person at the Siena Art Institute as well as live-streaming online through the Siena Art Institute’s YouTube channel and Facebook page. (6pm Italy, noon NYC)
Tseng Yu Chin began his creative career as an experimental filmmaker in Taiwan. After repeated pressures from the Taiwanese government to use his success as a filmmaker to promote political agendas, Tseng Yu-Chin left Taiwan. He currently lives in Amsterdam and Berlin with his partner.
His experiences of homophobic discrimination and victimization as a teen and young man led him to a deep understanding of the oppression of authority. His lived experiences have focused his artistic research on the conflict of self-consciousness, which he explores through video art production and extended cinema.
Today our students from @theohiostateuniversity toured #Siena’s Pinacoteca museum with our academic Director Lisa Nonken. The students, led by Prof Suzanne Silver, are part of the “Pathways” course, creating creative responses to the inspirations they find here in Siena!
Today #Permaculture expert Lorenzo Costa spoke with our students from The Ohio State University , part of their intensive program “Pathways” exploring and creating creative responses to our territory of #Siena. Thank you so much for sharing your unique perspective and experience!