The International Relations Committee (IRC) is pleased to announce the 2019 Study Tour to Venice, Italy.
From June 10 to 16, 2019, we are planning to discover the city’s secrets and make behind-the-scenes visits to the remarkable Marciana National Library, the Correr Museum, the Biennale archives and library, and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, among other renowned Italian art institutions.
Participants will stay at the prestigious Giorgio Cini Foundation housed in a 16th-century monastery on the small island of San Giorgio, in the Saint Mark’s Basin. We will have the opportunity to meet European colleagues, taste original Italian cuisine, and experience the cultural life of La Serenissima!
A detailed itinerary, cost estimates, and registration forms will be available in January 2019 on the ARLIS/NA website. Please mark your calendars and watch for announcements when registration opens. The tour will be limited to 20 ARLIS/NA members and applications will be received on a “first-come, first-served” basis, so please apply promptly to reserve your space. One scholarship will be offered to a deserving ARLIS/NA early career member—watch for the announcement of this in January.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to directly study the exceptionally rich resources for art and architecture in Venice.
Isotta Poggi and Spyros Koulouris, 2019 IRC Study Tour Organizers
Intro image courtesy Flickr user Pedro Szekely. The image was cropped slightly to fit the requirements of the template.