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Ceramics, Residencies, Exhibitions, Teaching & the Arts
2015 & 2020 NCECA International
Residency Award Partner
Starting this spring, we will offer art-history courses that use the city of Rome with its abundance of archaeological sites, churches, squares and museums as a classroom. The focus is on an interdisciplinary approach to the art & architecture of Rome through the ages. By focussing on their historical context, students are encouraged to consider not only the aesthetic aspects of works of art but also to question their significance within contemporary culture, whether Imperial or Baroque Rome for example. Special permits will offer an opportunity to see sites and collections normally closed to the public.
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