Creativity is about more than making—it's about exploration and contemplation as well.
Interior Design in Italy: Past, Present and Future
Faculty: Stuart Mager, ASID, and Elizabeth Martin, AIA
Gain an in-depth understanding of Renaissance architecture as you visit museums, palaces, and piazzas to sketch and study, examining how sites have been preserved and repurposed and how time-tested principles inspire modern forms.
Master's Workshop: Design History, Theory and Practice in Rome
Faculty: Lita Talarico, Steven Heller, Darius Arya, Cristina Chiappini, James Clough, Louise Fili, Mario Fois, Paola Manfroni, Mario Rullo, Mauro Zennaro
May 26–June 9
Combine the study of graphic, book and lettering design with archeology, art, epigraphy—even Italian cuisine—in Rome, birthplace of Western typographic tradition. Attend workshops taught by design professionals, historians, and publishers, while taking time to visit nearby attractions.
Exploring the Culinary Arts on the Italian Riviera
Faculty: David Downie and Alison Harris
Discover the cuisine and landscape of Liguria, home to some of Italy's best-loved foods, like focaccia, pesto, and ravioli. Visit fishing villages, markets, and trattorias, meeting artisans who keep the country's culinary traditions alive.
Food Design in France
Faculty: Emilie Baltz
Study in the kitchens of Ecole Supérieure d'Art et de Design de Reims, in France's Champagne province, where you can explore how ingredients, taste, and service influence our experiences with food. The program also includes trips to nearby distilleries, vineyards, farms and producers.
For complete course descriptions and itineraries, visit artsabroad.sva.edu.