- Art history Course
- Interior Design Course
- Architecture Course
- Painting and Drawing Course
- Painting - Ancient Techniques Course
- Painting - Contemporary Techniques Course
- Sculpture Course
- Fresco Course
- Mosaics Course
- Fashion Design Course
- Photography Course
- Visual Arts Course
- Art Therapy Course
- Pottery and Ceramics Course
- Print making Course (Engraving)
- Jewelry Course
- Cooking Course - Italian Cuisine
- One day Art Workshop Experience
- Italian Language Courses
- Preparatory Course for the Fine Arts Academy
- Courses for groups
Print making Course (Engraving)
Engraving, an art that already existed in various forms from ancient times, was a key element of the printing process invented in the XV century, which allowed the widespread diffusion of culture by transforming the book from a rare and precious object into a work and study tool.
In addition to being aimed at reproducing images in books, engraving turned out to be the preferred expressive medium of many artists.
Great masters of the past such as Albrecht Dürer and Francisco Goya created with the Etching (Aquaforte) and Aquatint techniques real masterpieces admired all over the world.
During the Printmaking course students will acquire the knowledge and skills to master these ancient techniques in particular and translate them in a contemporary style.
The course starts every Monday, and lessons are held in the morning.
This course is available in two types:
-Basic course (6 hours per week) with classes on Monday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
-Semi-intensive (10 hours per week) with classes on Monday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m . and on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The minimum enrollment is 2 weeks.
The course is suitable both for beginners and students of more advanced levels and the teacher speaks Italian and English.