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- Sculpture Course
- Fresco Course
- Mosaics Course
- Fashion Design Course
- Photography Course
- Visual Arts Course
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- Printmaking Course
- Cooking Course - Italian Cuisine
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Visual Arts Course
Florence is considered the city of arts, here are some of the most famous monuments and museums, many artists from all over the world are working here, here countless companies and workshops are dedicated to all forms of art and design. For this reason, a Course in Visual Arts in Florence is a particularly formative and unforgettable experience. The Visual Arts Course of the Leonardo da Vinci Academy of Florence proposes the study of a wide spectrum of teachings, encouraging the students to make connections between the different subjects, exploring new ideas in order to develop a personal language.
Students can customize the program selecting some of the following classes: drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, fresco, mosaic, fashion design, printmaking, art history.
Courses start every Monday, and lessons are held in the afternoon: Monday to Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
This course is available only in the Intensive type and the minimum enrollment is 2 weeks. The students will have to attend each course in the program for a minimum of 1 week.
Courses are suitable both for beginners and students of more advanced levels and the teachers speak Italian, English, Spanish.
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The student can customize the program of the course by choosing to attend some of the following classes:
DRAWING: life drawing (model or still life, chiaroscuro, drawing with pencil, charcoal and pastels) or dynamic drawing classes (representation of the human figure starting from volumes and anatomy, chiaroscuro, perspective and space, comic drawing)
PAINTING: oil painting, ancient techniques (egg tempera and gold leaf), contemporary techniques (acrylic and mixed technique), watercolor.
SCULPTURE: clay sculpture or marble sculpture for those who have at least 4 weeks to devote to the study of this technique.
FRESCO: study of materials, creation of the drawing that will then be transported to the surface to be painted, “giornata” painting.
POTTERY and CERAMIC: modeling of clay using a pottery wheel, creation of vases, plates, mugs and other objects and decorative techniques.
MOSAIC: creation of images through the use of small glass and ceramic tiles.