Monthly Archives: December 2015

Wall fresco in SACI's Faculty Lounge, Palazzo dei Cartelloni. Photo ©Cristian Ceccanti.

XIX c. Frescoes and decorative painting in SACI’s Palazzo dei Cartelloni

The Palazzo dei Cartelloni, SACI’s main building, is a 29,000 square foot palazzo dedicated to Galileo, located at Via Sant’Antonino 11 in Florence, Italy. It has a beautiful gallery/exhibition space, classrooms, a library, offices, an art conservation laboratory, media facilities and

Wall fresco in SACI's Faculty Lounge, Palazzo dei Cartelloni. Photo ©Cristian Ceccanti.

XIX c. Frescoes and decorative painting in SACI’s Palazzo dei Cartelloni

The Palazzo dei Cartelloni, SACI’s main building, is a 29,000 square foot palazzo dedicated to Galileo, located at Via Sant’Antonino 11 in Florence, Italy. It has a beautiful gallery/exhibition space, classrooms, a library, offices, an art conservation laboratory, media facilities and

SACI sculpture students visiting the marble caves of Carrara

SACI Fall 2015 Sculpture class field trip to Pietrasanta + Carrara: bronze casting and marble carving

Once again this fall, the SACI sculpture class (undergraduate, post-bac, and MFA students) went on a field trip into the marble mountains of the Apuan Alps near Pietrasanta and Carrara to see bronze casting and marble carving in action. They visited the Cooperative in

SACI sculpture students visiting the marble caves of Carrara

SACI Fall 2015 Sculpture class field trip to Pietrasanta + Carrara: bronze casting and marble carving

Once again this fall, the SACI sculpture class (undergraduate, post-bac, and MFA students) went on a field trip into the marble mountains of the Apuan Alps near Pietrasanta and Carrara to see bronze casting and marble carving in action. They visited the Cooperative in

SACI’s Fall 2015 Body Archives exhibition/performance at La Specola Museum

“Constructing the Other” SACI’s Body Archives exhibition/performance at La Specola Museum

Constructing the Other On December 15-16, 2015, selected works by SACI Body Archives students were on display at the Museum of Natural History La Specola, Via Romana 17, Florence, Italy. Including works by: Molly Couick Lynn Hunter Noah Landy Francesca Martino Zeina

SACI’s Fall 2015 Body Archives exhibition/performance at La Specola Museum

“Constructing the Other” SACI’s Body Archives exhibition/performance at La Specola Museum

Constructing the Other On December 15-16, 2015, selected works by SACI Body Archives students were on display at the Museum of Natural History La Specola, Via Romana 17, Florence, Italy. Including works by: Molly Couick Lynn Hunter Noah Landy Francesca Martino Zeina

Historic fashion designs from the Bardini Museum in Florence

“Dress Artfully. Luxury Tailors of the 1900s – A Tribute to Emma Bardini” December 18, 2015 – February 22, 2016

Dress Artfully. Luxury Tailors of the 1900s – A Tribute to Emma Bardini December 18, 2015 – February 22, 2016 Museo Stefano Bardini – Florence, ITALY Vestire ad Arte (Dress Artfully) an exhibition at the Museo Bardini, traces the changes in fashion of

Historic fashion designs from the Bardini Museum in Florence

“Dress Artfully. Luxury Tailors of the 1900s – A Tribute to Emma Bardini” December 18, 2015 – February 22, 2016

Dress Artfully. Luxury Tailors of the 1900s – A Tribute to Emma Bardini December 18, 2015 – February 22, 2016 Museo Stefano Bardini – Florence, ITALY Vestire ad Arte (Dress Artfully) an exhibition at the Museo Bardini, traces the changes in fashion of

SACI Fall 2015 Student Art Exhibition

SACI’s Fall 2015 Student Art Exhibitions

During this last week of the Fall 2015 term at SACI, several student art exhibitions are taking place. In the SACI Gallery, the 2D/3D Exhibition includes selected work by students in Photography, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Ceramics, and Fresco, plus work by

SACI Fall 2015 Student Art Exhibition

SACI’s Fall 2015 Student Art Exhibitions

During this last week of the Fall 2015 term at SACI, several student art exhibitions are taking place. In the SACI Gallery, the 2D/3D Exhibition includes selected work by students in Photography, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Ceramics, and Fresco, plus work by

SACI Drawing students in front of the Duomo

SACI’s Fall 2015 Intermediate Drawing class around Florence

This fall semester while the weather was still quite warm, SACI’s Intermediate Drawing class, taught by John Taylor, went on several on-site field trips around Florence. In addition to working in the studio with still-lifes and live models, the students

SACI Drawing students in front of the Duomo

SACI’s Fall 2015 Intermediate Drawing class around Florence

This fall semester while the weather was still quite warm, SACI’s Intermediate Drawing class, taught by John Taylor, went on several on-site field trips around Florence. In addition to working in the studio with still-lifes and live models, the students

Hana Sackler - Partial

“Partial”- photographic, video, and sound works by SACI MFA in Photography students

Partial, a photographic, video, and sound works installation, was held this week by SACI MFA in Photography 2nd year students, Hana Sackler and Ana Lía Orézzoli at La Corte Arte Contemporanea, Via de Coverelli 27r. Here are some images from the opening reception. Find out more about

Hana Sackler - Partial

“Partial”- photographic, video, and sound works by SACI MFA in Photography students

Partial, a photographic, video, and sound works installation, was held this week by SACI MFA in Photography 2nd year students, Hana Sackler and Ana Lía Orézzoli at La Corte Arte Contemporanea, Via de Coverelli 27r. Here are some images from the opening reception. Find out more about

The art works of Italian artist Giorgio Morandi at the Center for Italian Modern Art (CIMA) in New York, NY. Photo credit: Walter Smalling Jr., 2015

Center for Italian Modern Art accepting fellowship applications through January 29, 2016

The Center for Italian Modern Art, a non-profit exhibition and research center based in New York and dedicated to the promotion and study of modern and contemporary Italian art, welcomes applications for its 2016-17 fellowship program. Each academic year CIMA presents an annual

The art works of Italian artist Giorgio Morandi at the Center for Italian Modern Art (CIMA) in New York, NY. Photo credit: Walter Smalling Jr., 2015

Center for Italian Modern Art accepting fellowship applications through January 29, 2016

The Center for Italian Modern Art, a non-profit exhibition and research center based in New York and dedicated to the promotion and study of modern and contemporary Italian art, welcomes applications for its 2016-17 fellowship program. Each academic year CIMA presents an annual

Body Archives

“Constructing the Other” SACI’s Body Archives exhibition/performance at La Specola Museum, December 15, 6pm

December 15, Tuesday at 6:00 pm ~ Exhibition Opening: Selected works by SACI Body Archives students at the Museum of Natural History La Specola, Via Romana 17. Through December 16. Museum admission is free. Constructing the Other: Molly Couick Lynn Hunter Noah Landy

Body Archives

“Constructing the Other” SACI’s Body Archives exhibition/performance at La Specola Museum, December 15, 6pm

December 15, Tuesday at 6:00 pm ~ Exhibition Opening: Selected works by SACI Body Archives students at the Museum of Natural History La Specola, Via Romana 17. Through December 16. Museum admission is free. Constructing the Other: Molly Couick Lynn Hunter Noah Landy

SACI Digital Multimedia

SACI Fall 2015 student art exhibitions in museums and galleries around Florence

In addition to the student art exhibitions this fall at SACI, SACI students are exhibiting their artwork/installations/performance in galleries and museums around Florence. Don’t miss these upcoming dates and locations! December 7, Monday at 7:00pm ~ Photographic, video, and sound works by

SACI Digital Multimedia

SACI Fall 2015 student art exhibitions in museums and galleries around Florence

In addition to the student art exhibitions this fall at SACI, SACI students are exhibiting their artwork/installations/performance in galleries and museums around Florence. Don’t miss these upcoming dates and locations! December 7, Monday at 7:00pm ~ Photographic, video, and sound works by

Holy

SACI MFA students participate in “Holy! Holy! Holy!” December 9, 2015, 6pm at the Strozzina

Holy! Holy! Holy! Wednesday, December 9, 2016 from 6-7:30pm Palazzo Strozzi Strozzina, Piazza Strozzi, Florence – ITALY Testo in Italiano Beat poem, Footnote to Howl (1955) by Allen Ginsberg, is the symbol of a generation that questioned their values, and is

Holy

SACI MFA students participate in “Holy! Holy! Holy!” December 9, 2015, 6pm at the Strozzina

Holy! Holy! Holy! Wednesday, December 9, 2016 from 6-7:30pm Palazzo Strozzi Strozzina, Piazza Strozzi, Florence – ITALY Testo in Italiano Beat poem, Footnote to Howl (1955) by Allen Ginsberg, is the symbol of a generation that questioned their values, and is

De Chirico, Savini e les Italiens de Paris

“De Chirico, Savinio e Les Italiens de Paris” in Lucca through February 14, 2016

De Chirico, Savinio e Les Italiens de Paris Lucca, through February 14, 2016 Curated by Stefano Cecchetto and Maurizio Vanni At the beginning of 1928 some Italian artists involved in the movement called Ritorno all’ordine (Return to order) met in Paris

De Chirico, Savini e les Italiens de Paris

“De Chirico, Savinio e Les Italiens de Paris” in Lucca through February 14, 2016

De Chirico, Savinio e Les Italiens de Paris Lucca, through February 14, 2016 Curated by Stefano Cecchetto and Maurizio Vanni At the beginning of 1928 some Italian artists involved in the movement called Ritorno all’ordine (Return to order) met in Paris

Euro-Dollar currency

SACI awards over $100,000 in scholarships each term

If you are considering study abroad, it is an investment in your future from which you will reap lifelong rewards. It will forever change the way you perceive yourself and the world around you. Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy,

Euro-Dollar currency

SACI awards over $100,000 in scholarships each term

If you are considering study abroad, it is an investment in your future from which you will reap lifelong rewards. It will forever change the way you perceive yourself and the world around you. Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy,

“Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Luci e ombre di Montmartre” at Pisa’s Palazzo Blu: through February 14, 2016

Toulouse-Lautrec: Light and Shadow of Montmartre Through February 14, 2016 Palazzo Blu – Pisa, ITALY Palazzo Blu dedicates an exhibition to the French painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.  Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec represents an era of the late 19th-century Paris and the

“Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Luci e ombre di Montmartre” at Pisa’s Palazzo Blu: through February 14, 2016

Toulouse-Lautrec: Light and Shadow of Montmartre Through February 14, 2016 Palazzo Blu – Pisa, ITALY Palazzo Blu dedicates an exhibition to the French painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.  Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec represents an era of the late 19th-century Paris and the