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Discovering Renaissance Art in Florence - ERASMUS+ ART.1.RART

Postáilte ag Maria Rossi 6 months 2 seachtainí ó shin

Dé Luain 22 Aibreán 2019 to Dé Sathairn 27 Aibreán 2019
Florence (Firenze)
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The Renaissance in Florence is one of the most intriguing cultural manifestations in Western history. In this course, participants will have an opportunity to explore the artistic, historical, and cultural milieu into which Renaissance art was born.
Museum visits and field trips are an integral part of the course.
Topics to be covered include: The historical and artistic background of Renaissance; The development of humanism and its effects; A comparative look at the early artistic influences in Siena and Florence including Giotto, Duccio, Martini, and the Lorenzetti; The role of patronage in the Renaissance arts; The birth of Renaissance architecture and perspective; The masters of the 1400s - Masaccio, Uccello, Botticelli, della Francesca; High Renaissance and the role played by the Medici "Academy"; Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.

Máthairtheanga:
Cineál imeachta: 
Imeacht um Fhorbairt Ghairmiúil
Táille tinrimh: 
Sea
Sprioc-am clárúcháin: 
19/04/2019
Imeacht ar líne: 
Ní hea
Cineál eagraí: 
Teagmhas eile
Sonraí teagmhála: 
Europass SRL Via Sant’Egidio 12 - 50122 Firenze (IT) teachertraining@europass.it PIC Number 947318394 - Tel. +39 055 2345802
Líon na dtoscairí: 
< 100
Spriocghrúpa: 
Lucht acadúil, mic léinn, lucht taighde in aindreolaíocht
Téama a bhfuiltear ag díriú air:
Aidhmeanna agus cuspóirí: 
The Renaissance in Florence is one of the most intriguing cultural manifestations in Western history. In this course, participants will have an opportunity to explore the artistic, historical, and cultural milieu into which Renaissance art was born. Museum visits and field trips are an integral part of the course. Topics to be covered include: The historical and artistic background of Renaissance; The development of humanism and its effects; A comparative look at the early artistic influences in Siena and Florence including Giotto, Duccio, Martini, and the Lorenzetti; The role of patronage in the Renaissance arts; The birth of Renaissance architecture and perspective; The masters of the 1400s - Masaccio, Uccello, Botticelli, della Francesca; High Renaissance and the role played by the Medici "Academy"; Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Torthaí foghlama ionchais: 
- Participants will acquire general and specific knowledge about one of the most fascinating periods of Italian Art: the Renaissance. - Through visits to different Renaissance monuments and through analysis of different art manifestations both in class and outside, participants will build an understanding of the main characteristics of the Renaissance style and of the conditions that lead to it. - Another point of interest will be to follow the evolution of Renaissance from its beginning in Florence to its diffusion through other Italian cities until its maturity during the "great Cinquecento". The art works will be analyzed against the background of religious, social and political conditions in Renaissance Italy.
Aitheantas/deimhniú rannpháirtíochta: 
- Certificate of attendance including description of training content and time input. - Europass Mobility Certificate
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