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Art in Florence, Italy, a historical city rich in art and architecture and
culturally vibrant. Students will also enjoy famous sites such as the Uffizi
museum, Il Duomo—the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Michelangelo’s David,
the Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace, among many others.
Based at Santa Reparata International School of Art, you’ll interact with other
study abroad students as you study fundamental drawing and experience Italian
culture. You’ll engage your environment and record your experiences with
charcoal, pen and ink, pastel, or other materials of your choosing. You’ll
build a sketchbook rich in memories and insights. In addition, you’ll learn
about the Renaissance, architecture, and fine art. This winter session program
typically takes a variety of excursions including Siena, Cortona, San
Gimignano, and Asisi, and culminates with a stay in Rome.
Students reside in shared rooms in local apartments, with fully equipped
Whether you’re interested in learning to draw, appreciate art or explore
Tuscany, the Winter Session in Florence, Italy is your chance to experience a
vital city of historical importance to Western culture.
Institute for Global Studies
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