AT A GLANCE

Eligibility

• Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior
• 2.5 cumulative GPA
• All majors welcome to apply; preference given to Art majors. Students must have matriculated at UW-Madison for at least one semester.
• Language Pre-requisite: None
• Open to UW-Madison degree-seeking students. Other students apply directly to SRISA.

Subjects

Studio arts, art history, design, Italian language and culture

Classroom Language

English

Housing

Student apartments

Program Duration

Fall: Early September to mid-December
Spring: Early January to late April
Academic Year: Early September to late April
Summer Session A: Mid-May to Mid-June
Summer Session B: Mid-June to Mid-July

Application Deadline(s)

TermApplication Deadline
Spring 2014-15  9/12/2014
Summer 2015 Session A and B: May-July (9-12 cr) 2/13/2015
Summer 2015 Session A: May-June (3-6 cr) 2/13/2015
Summer 2015 Session B: June-July (3-6 cr) 2/13/2015
Fall 2015-16  3/6/2015
 

Questions about this program?
Contact a Peer Advisor!
peeradvisor@studyabroad.wisc.edu


Italy, Florence
Santa Reparata International School of Art (SRISA)

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Study and create art in stunning Florence, Italy at Santa Reparata International School of Art (SRISA). Generate ideas for your own creative work and scholarship by immersing yourself in the visual art and culture of Florence.

Over a semester term or four-week summer session you will use the city, once home to Donatello, Leonardo, and Michelangelo, as a source of inspiration for developing your own artistic voice and technical skills while being engaged in contemporary practice.

In addition to hands-on studio arts courses, explore lecture-based courses in art history, Italian history and Italian language. With a population of over 500,000, Florence has been a major center for the arts, literature, and scholarship since the Middle Ages and Renaissance. As a student of art, this is your opportunity to study firsthand some of the world's greatest paintings, sculptures, and architecture.

Not sure where Florence is? See it on a map here.