Santa Reparata International School of Art

Introduction

Founded in 1970, Santa Reparata International School of Art (SRISA) is a non-profit higher education institution and a leading international art and design school in Florence, Italy.  SRISA provides accredited programs of study including: Semester/Year, Summer, and Internships. Non-credit Short-Term Courses, and Post-Graduate Studies are also offered.



MISSION

To provide students an explorative educational environment complete with opportunities for artistic, academic, and personal growth within the influence of an international setting.  


Florence continues to be a top study abroad destination, with tremendous educational resources and access to world-renowned art, culture and customs. With its 40-year history, Santa Reparata has become a part of the cultural fabric of Florence, with strong ties to the artistic community. Although students partake in a myriad of options outside the classroom, the SRISA campus and annexes offer modern and well-equipped facilities for students’ educational and personal enrichment.


AREAS OF STUDY

STUDIO ARTS

Photography • Book Arts • Printmaking • Drawing • Painting • New Media



DESIGN

Fashion & Textile • Jewelry • Graphic Art • Interior Design



LIBERAL ARTS

Ancient Roman History • Art History • Literature • Food as Culture • Psychology • Cinema • Italian Language • Writing • Business • Politics, Social Science




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Programs

This school also offers:

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Masters of Art Diploma in Visual Art

Campus Full time 8 months September 2016 Italy Florence

The goal of this Master’s Diploma program is to assist each artist in the further development of a personal artistic vision and working practice that can be continued after the conclusion of the program. [+]

Masters of Art Diploma in Visual Art

 

Overview: The goal of this Master’s Diploma program is to assist each artist in the further development of a personal artistic vision and working practice that can be continued after the conclusion of the program. This eight month long intensive program offers post-graduate participants and practicing artists the opportunity to work in a professional environment while receiving valuable feedback through critiques. Post-graduate students are helped to make the transition from a structured academic curriculum to an established working practice. The program is for artists building their portfolios for admission to graduate MFA programs and for working artists looking for the opportunity to build a body of work and begin their careers as professional artists.... [-]