Arts Abroad

Arts Abroad: Masters Workshop in Venice, Part I

Arts Abroad: Masters Workshop in Venice, Part I

June 14, 2011

One in a series of posts on the summer 2011 Arts Abroad programs, this dispatch reports on the Masters Workshop: Design History, Theory and Practice in Venice and Rome, led by MFA Design Department Co-chair Lita Talarico and BFA Advertising and Graphic Design Department faculty member Louise Fili. Venice at 6am is a place where […]

Arts Abroad: The Artist’s Journal, Part II

Arts Abroad: The Artist’s Journal, Part II

June 10, 2011

One in a series of dispatches about the 2011 summer Arts Abroad programs, this one catching up with faculty member Peter Hristoff and students for the last week of The Artist’s Journal. A gallery of photos can be found on Facebook. The Brancacci Chapel is one of Florence’s most self-contained masterpieces, and its history makes […]

Arts Abroad: The Artist’s Journal, Part I

Arts Abroad: The Artist’s Journal, Part I

June 8, 2011

The first in a series of reports on the 2011 summer Arts Abroad programs. It’s almost impossible to imagine Leonardo da Vinci‘s legacy without the notebooks he left behind, but his is just the most famous example of the importance that journaling has had for artists going back centuries. Connecting with this tradition in da […]


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