The Lorenzo De’Medici School
Through this program, students will spend one month in each of the following cities: Tuscania, Rome, and Florence. The classes are taught in both English and Italian. The setup of this program allows students to experience small, medium, and large Italian cities, while also discovering the roots of western civilization and culture.
John Cabot University
John Cabot University is located in Rome, the capital city of Italy, which is known as the “Eternal City.” There is a large student population in Rome, and the classes are taught in both English and Italian. John Cabot is centrally located in the Trastevere neighborhood, placing students only a short walk from many of Rome’s most historic sites.
The Mediterranean Center for Arts and Sciences
Located on the eastern edge of Sicily and surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, the Mediterranean Center for Arts and Sciences is housed in a seventeenth-century baroque palazzo. The classes here are taught in both English and Italian. Syracuse, Sicily, is one of the oldest cities in Italy, and was one of the ancient world’s most powerful.
DHIR 210 Passion, Power, & Creative Process: Unmasking Dance in the Italian Renaissance
From May 26 to June 30, 2018, take part in a course that introduces you to the innovative concepts of principal Italian Renaissance dance masters, artists, and philosophers whose ideas and creations shaped the contemporary forms of ballet and modern dance.
Students also enjoy a field trip to Florence, participate in Perugia’s 1416 Renaissance Festival, and enjoy dance workshops with an Italian teacher who specializes in Renaissance dance. These activities are designed to encourage students to find a fresh approach to movement studies, in order to refine their own expressive potential.
This course requires some movement participation but does not require prior training.
Apply in the International Center or online here.