Posts Tagged: Maria Antonia Rinaldi

Maria Antonia Rinaldi, SACI Faculty Member, Participates in Nuovo Cantieri Culturali Isolotto on September 24

Maria Antonia Rinaldi, Director of MA in Art History Program at SACI, will participate in Nuovo Cantieri Culturali Isolotto organized by Compagnia Virgilio Sieni. On September 24th at 4:30pm at Galleria Tigli in Piazza dei Tigli, she will offer a lesson

Maria Antonia Rinaldi, SACI Faculty Member, Participates in Nuovo Cantieri Culturali Isolotto on September 24

Maria Antonia Rinaldi, Director of MA in Art History Program at SACI, will participate in Nuovo Cantieri Culturali Isolotto organized by Compagnia Virgilio Sieni. On September 24th at 4:30pm at Galleria Tigli in Piazza dei Tigli, she will offer a lesson

SACI’s Visual Design Course Visits the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence

Visual Design: Visiting the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum As part of the research and analyzation of “Brand Museums,” SACI’s Visual Design course is collaborating with the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum as a case study during the Late Spring and Summer Terms. This term,

SACI’s Visual Design Course Visits the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum in Florence

Visual Design: Visiting the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum As part of the research and analyzation of “Brand Museums,” SACI’s Visual Design course is collaborating with the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum as a case study during the Late Spring and Summer Terms. This term,

A recent installation/performance at SACI’s Jules Maidoff Palazzo directed by Friends of SACI member Alessandra Borsetti Venier. Photo by SACI Artists Council Member Jill Furmanovsky.

New Approaches to Contemporary Art @ SACI with New Courses Offered

This academic year, SACI is introducing five interdisciplinary Design, 2D, Multimedia, Performance and Critical Studies courses focusing on contemporary art, design, and theory. Through study of works by the most important art theorists and critics of the 20th and 21st

A recent installation/performance at SACI’s Jules Maidoff Palazzo directed by Friends of SACI member Alessandra Borsetti Venier. Photo by SACI Artists Council Member Jill Furmanovsky.

New Approaches to Contemporary Art @ SACI with New Courses Offered

This academic year, SACI is introducing five interdisciplinary Design, 2D, Multimedia, Performance and Critical Studies courses focusing on contemporary art, design, and theory. Through study of works by the most important art theorists and critics of the 20th and 21st

SACI students in a close observation of an artwork presented at the Central Pavilion of The Giardini at the Biennale of Venice 201

New course offered at SACI beginning Spring 2014: Contemporary Art Theory & Criticism

Contemporary Art Theory & Criticism ARTH469 Instructor: Maria Antonia Rinaldi Credits: 3 Offered: Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Completion of at least one course in Philosophy, Aesthetics, or Art History (Note: Starting Spring 2014) Course Description  Through study of works by the most important art theorists and

SACI students in a close observation of an artwork presented at the Central Pavilion of The Giardini at the Biennale of Venice 201

New course offered at SACI beginning Spring 2014: Contemporary Art Theory & Criticism

Contemporary Art Theory & Criticism ARTH469 Instructor: Maria Antonia Rinaldi Credits: 3 Offered: Fall, Spring Prerequisite: Completion of at least one course in Philosophy, Aesthetics, or Art History (Note: Starting Spring 2014) Course Description  Through study of works by the most important art theorists and