Part time Course in Arts Study in Florence in Italy

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Florence is one of the most populous city of Italy. This place is known for its Art institutions. Moreover, institutions like Florence University of Arts are dedicated to providing good quality art based education. These educational institutions focus on over all grooming of the students.

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Study Abroad program

In Florence Academy
Campus Part time Open Enrollment Italy Florence

Experience living in the city known worldwide as the “Cradle of the Renaissance”. InFlorence Academy can be found in the oldest part of Florence, in the beautiful square of Piazza S. Spirito surrounded by typical trattorias, cafes and traditional artisans’ workshops, in the city centre but away from the crowded tourist areas. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts Study in Florence in Italy. Why choose InFlorence Academy? Have the opportunity of studying in a building dating from the 16th Century ... Experience living in the city known worldwide as the “Cradle of the Renaissance”. InFlorence Academy can be found in the oldest part of Florence, in the beautiful square of Piazza S. Spirito surrounded by typical trattorias, cafes and traditional artisans’ workshops, in the city centre but away from the crowded tourist areas. Have the opportunity of studying in a building dating from the 16th Century, rich with history and Florentine charm. Our school is located in Palazzo Guadagni and has 11 classrooms, a multimedia learning centre, a conference room, a relax area for students and a large sun terrace. We believe in keeping class sizes small in order to maintain high quality teaching standards from our experienced academic staff. Our qualified language teachers have considerable experience in the field of Italian language teaching. They use a variety of innovative approaches to design an ideal course for each particular group. Some members of our teaching staff are also teacher trainers. All our personnel have considerable experience in dealing with students from all over the world so there is always someone who can help you with any problem, big or small! School of Italian Language Recognized for US Academic Credits by University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee The widest range of Italian courses in Florence. The best learning environment for the highest quality learning experience. Highly... [-]

Short course - Arts and Cultural Management

European School of Economics
Campus 3 months Open Enrollment Italy Florence

The ESE Professional Programme on Arts and Culture Management at the European School of Economics in Florence is designed to create innovative leaders within the visual arts and culture field. [+]

The ESE Professional Programme on Arts and Culture Management at the European School of Economics in Florence is designed to create innovative leaders within the visual arts and culture field. Upon the completion of the course, students will have the opportunity to enter the pathway of the international art world within, for example, the museum environment and the art market. The programme combines rigorous coursework taught by professional docents and valuable on-site learning opportunities, in order to distinguish students within the public, private and nonprofit arts environment. Intake Dates: January, April, September Modules Offered: Foundation in Art History Art Marketing and Business International Business Decision Making E-Business and E-Commerce Total Course Hours: 144 Mode of Delivery: Each module holds a weekly 3-hour class ttotal 12 hours per week, Monday to Friday) Course Assessment: Mid Term Assessment (30%) Final Assessment (70%) Entry Requirements: Application form High-School Diploma Résumé / CV Intermediate command of the English language (TOEFL / IELTS is a plus) Photocopy of passport / ID document Three passport-sized photographs Non-refundable €50 application fee Maximum Number of Attendees: 30 (In order to provide a unique learning experience with a ratio between Professor to students, no more than 30 students will be admitted into this programme) Internship (optional): Upon successful completion of the programme participants may opt to take a 3-month internship fitted to their profile and career objectives. An assessment with the ESE Placement Officer will determine their eligibility for a placement. Professional Opportunities: The ESE Professional Programme in Arts... [-]

Marist-LdM Experience (for Visiting Students)

Marist College - Italy
Campus August 2017 Italy Florence

Italy is one of the most amazing study environments in the world and has been a popular destination for study abroad for many years. The combination of renaissance wonders amid a thriving modern Italian culture and creative arts has [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts Study in Florence in Italy. Italy is one of the most amazing study environments in the world and has been a popular destination for study abroad for many years. The combination of renaissance wonders amid a thriving modern Italian culture and creative arts has been enjoyed by Marist undergraduates for over 15 years. Several years ago Marist extended its program to include students visiting from other colleges and universities around the world. The Marist-LdM Experience has been designed with a special remote pre-departure program that helps students in all locations prepare for their study abroad experience. All Marist Students have access to the vast resources of Italian life: museums, festivals, music, opera, and an unrivaled architectural history. Students enrolled in the Marist-LdM Experience are able to select from a series of special excursions and events are offered to encourage cultural immersion and foster travel opportunities giving students an opportunity to see more of Italy. Students may choose Florence, Rome, Tuscania, Venice or the 3 Cities program where students travel to three cities in the course of the semester. ADMISSION GUIDELINES To apply to the Marist-LdM Experience applicants must meet the following criteria: - Minimum grade point average 2.8 - Matriculated status at a US college or university - Good academic and disciplinary standing - Display maturity and responsibility in social conduct - Be healthy both physically and emotionally - Complete and submit the MLE application in full prior to the application deadline DEADLINES -... [-]

Basic Course in Jewelry Making and Design

Accademia Riaci
Campus 2 years September 2017 Italy Florence

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The focus of this course is to study how the connection between tradition, self-exploration and self-expression translate into three-dimensional form, creating unique objects for adornment and use. The academy encourage students to develop and explore their own ideas, while it values traditional techniques unique to Italian Jewelry. Students master from the most traditional to the latest techniques of cutting, forming, joining, casting and finishing. One of the unique techniques studied at the Academy include a Florentine etching method called "INCISIONE." Projects may fall into conventional formats such as brooches and earrings, as well as experimental forms, addressing issues of function, design and concept. Materials range from traditional metallic resources to an incorporation of a wide variety of materials such as antique and modern beads, plastic, feathers, shells, glass and found objects. While exploring self-directed projects aimed at discovering your personal content, students are challenged to acquire further advanced techniques. Students' body of work will evolve from their own ideas and research, shaped by their exploration of design philosophies. Studio experience and practical knowledge in the jewelry business are important factors that complete the curriculum. The students can focus on Jewelry Making or Jewelry Design. [-]

One-Year / Semester Course in Jewelry Making and Design

Accademia Riaci
Campus 1 year October 2017 Italy Florence

The Jewelry Art classes focus on either the production techniques or design skills that are necessary to succeed as a designer/goldsmith. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts Study in Florence in Italy. The Jewelry Art classes focus on either the production techniques or design skills that are necessary to succeed as a designer/goldsmith. - Through our programs and customized instructions - according to each participant’s level and goal - we encourage students to explore and develop their own expressive style, elaborating self-directed projects and research. - Projects encompass conventional formats, such as brooches, rings and earrings, as well as experimental designs, both wearable and non-wearable. - You will also be introduced to business practice, necessary to start up your new professional career. In the Jewelry Making course, you will discover and learn how to translate your inner creativity and conceptual style into three-dimensional forms to create unique objects. You will master a variety of techniques, including: sawing, filing, soldering, casting, forging and stone setting. Moreover, we offer you the unique chance to learn the traditional art of “Incisione” (Florentine-style engraving). Your study will not be limited to metal and other traditional materials, but can also incorporate items such as beads, plastics, glass and found objects into your works. In the Jewelry Design course you will be introduced to graphical representation techniques of jewels and gemstones, learning effectively how to merge aesthetics with functionality. Firstly, you will be introduced to hand-sketching techniques, and then develop your personal project through the use of professional software, exploring your aesthetic sense and originality. Hence, your body of work will evolve from your own ideas and... [-]

Post-Baccalaureate Year

Studio Art Centers International - SACI Florence
Campus 1 year September 2017 Italy Florence

This intense and rich year of study, offers graduate students a challenging study opportunity in Studio Art or Art Conservation. SACI’s mission is to provide undergraduate and graduate students with a challenging, life-enhancing experience in the center of Florence in traditional and contemporary studio arts, design and conservation. Students directly access centuries of Italian culture through a wide range of courses of academic excellence. SACI engages in leading areas of research and exploration, interacts with the community through artistic and social programs, and prepares students to excel in their chosen field. [+]

Post-Baccalaureate Year

 

This intense and rich year of study, offers graduate students a challenging study opportunity in Studio Art or Art Conservation.Students select a Major Discipline in one of the available fields and participate in the Graduate Seminar relative to their discipline, which is central to the study experience. Post-Bac students also visit artists’ studios, museums, galleries, and conservation laboratories. The Graduate Seminars explore a wide variety of approaches—from traditional to cutting edge—and connect students to Italian art, culture, and leading contemporary artists, critics, art historians, and conservators.The Graduate Seminar in Studio Art focuses on the role and identity of the contemporary artist in society, with particular emphasis on the impact of the arts in Italy both today and in the past. Field trips include visits to the Venice Biennale; contemporary art fairs; exhibitions at the Pecci Center for Contemporary Art in Prato and many other galleries, studios, and museums. Significant amounts of time are devoted to studio work, developing skills and understanding content. Students receive individual graduate studio space within a Renaissance palazzo in the heart of Florence, where they create a documented body of artistic work, make presentations on their art, and participate in a major end-of-year graduate exhibition.Students have the rare opportunity to learn traditional and contemporary conservation techniques in the Graduate Seminar in Art Conservation. After choosing a specialized field, students work hands-on restoring paintings and/or artifacts that are part of Italy’s recognized cultural heritage. They meet in class with Italy’s top conservators, with... [-]


Late Spring and Summer Studies

Studio Art Centers International - SACI Florence
Campus 4 - 5 weeks October 2017 Italy Florence

Florence, which combines some of the world's greatest artistic treasures with a surrounding countryside of remarkable beauty, is the ideal place for your summer studies. Florentine weather is at its very best in these months, providing an ideal environment for what many students have defined as a "life-changing experience." SACI's facilities are located in the heart of Florence, just steps away from... [+]

Part time Course Studies in Arts Study in Florence in Italy. Florence, which combines some of the world's greatest artistic treasures with a surrounding countryside of remarkable beauty, is the ideal place for your summer studies. Florentine weather is at its very best in these months, providing an ideal environment for what many students have defined as a "life-changing experience." SACI's facilities are located in the heart of Florence, just steps away from Michelangelo's Medici Chapel, Fra' Angelico's masterpieces in San Marco, the colorful central market, and Florence's Duomo. Students benefit from the wide range of study possibilities offered during these short terms to make their time at SACI a season of growth and fulfillment. Art History course field trips visit all the major museums of Florence (including the Uffizi, the Bargello, and the Pitti Palace) as well as masterpieces in the churches and monasteries in and around the city. Field trips to Pisa, Arezzo, Lucca, Siena, San Gimignano, and Fiesole are a regular part of the program and are open to all Late Spring and Summer students. During the summer months, Florence offers a remarkable range of cultural and popular events and activities such as: the famous Calcio in Costume, during which the different quarters of the city compete in what is considered to be the ancestor of modern soccer; outdoor evening film and music festivals; and the Estate Fiesolana, which includes concerts, film, and theater held in a Roman amphitheater. Students may take two courses for a total... [-]

Academic Year/ Semester Abroad

Studio Art Centers International - SACI Florence
Campus 1 - 2 semesters September 2017 Italy Florence

The extensive range of studio arts, design, conservation, art history, and Italian culture and language courses provides our students with the means to meet their individual educational needs while connecting them with the rich cultural heritage of Italy... [+]

The extensive range of studio arts, design, conservation, art history, and Italian culture and language courses provides our students with the means to meet their individual educational needs while connecting them with the rich cultural heritage of Italy. The student body is comprised of students enrolled at US universities and at institutions in other countries. In both Fall and Spring, a student can enroll in five classes for a total of 15 credits. During these terms advanced students may be eligible to take a directed independent study or traineeship in a design firm, museum, or gallery. As part of their classes, SACI students often create artwork for local hospitals and human rights organizations, and restore major art treasures that are a part of Italy’s cultural heritage. Outside of class, student volunteers can teach English at elementary schools, serve as English-language museum guides, and assist at human rights agencies. In addition to visiting many famous Italian cities over the course of the year, students visit local Florentine museums and historic sites on numerous academic field trips offered each term. Students visit artists’ and designers’ studios, private collections, galleries, art fairs, and theaters. They have access to modern and historic art collections, research libraries, and contemporary art museums. Academic Year and Semester Abroad Program students enjoy many opportunities to exhibit their artwork in SACI’s two galleries. The Academic Year Abroad culminates in a major end-of-year student exhibition which serves as an opportunity for students to display their work also to the Florentine... [-]