In addition to visiting many famous Italian cities over the course of the year, students use a museum pass provided by SACI to visit Florentine museums and historic sites. Students visit artists’ and designers’ studios, private collections, galleries, art fairs, and theaters. They have access to modern and historic art collections, research libraries, and contemporary art museums. Each semester culminates in an end-of-term student exhibition which serves as an opportunity for students to display their work to the Florentine public.
The extensive range of studio arts, design, conservation, art history, and Italian culture and language courses provides our students with the means to meet their individual educational needs while connecting them with the rich cultural heritage of Italy.
In both Fall and Spring, a student can enroll in five classes for a total of 15 credits. In summer a student can enroll in 2 classes for a total of 6 credits.