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2019 Arezzo-Florence Summer Course – Vento dal Nord: Dutch and Flemish Prints in Italian Collections, 16th-17th centuries

"Vento dal Nord: Dutch and Flemish Prints in Italian Collections"

Art in Tuscany Study Center, the Accademia delle Arti del Disegno di Firenze, the Fondazione Ivan Bruschi di Firenze, are proud to announce the third annual Summer Course on print collecting in Italy.

Internationally renowned specialists will guide you through the world of Renaissance-Baroque drawings and Flemish prints and the most important collections in Florence, Rome, Arezzo and Bologna.

Among them, Cristina Acidini, (President of the Accademia delle Arti del Disegno di Firenze), Carlo Sisi (Conservator of the Fondazione Ivan Bruschi), Silvia Castelli (Curator of Prints and Drawings, Biblioteca Marucelliana, Florence), Giorgio Marini (member of the editorial board of Print Quarterly); Ricardo De Mambro Santos (Willamette University, OR), Nadine M. Orenstein (Drue Heinz Curator in Charge, The Dep. Of Drawings and Prints, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY), Giovanna Sapori (University of Roma 3), Rick Scorza (Accademia delle Arti del Disegno, London), and Alessandra Baroni Vannucci (specialist in the works of Stradanus and the print culture of the Medici).

CANDIDATES’ REQUIREMENTS (20 max):
MA/PhD Students in History, Art History and related disciplines; Junior/Senior scholars

APPLICATION: Deadline 15 March 2019

SUBSCRIPTION FEE: 950 €: course, visits, materials, museum tickets, etc. (without accommodation)

OPTIONS:
1.Accommodation: 350 € single room with private bathroom + meals
2. Printmaking Workshop 15-17 July (9 h) : € 150 (all inclusive)

GRANTS: n. 4 grants awarded on the basis of the letter of motivation

TEACHING LANGUAGES: English and Italian

Please visit the 'External Link' below for more information, including the application form.

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