SRISA: Art and Design Workshops in Florence

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Santa Reparata was founded in 1970 as the Santa Reparata Graphic Art Centre by Dennis Olsen, Giuseppe Gattuso and Michael Schnorr; three artists who wished to provide a professional workshop for established printmakers and interested students. Wit... read more

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OVERALL RATING 4.6
Based on 7 Reviews
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January 12, 2017 Abroad In Italy
Learn more about the Italian culture and and specifically the art in Florence. - Santa Reparata International School of Art View Entire Review
November 15, 2016 Amazing
Yes it was an amazing experience I learned so much about so many different cultures especially italian culture - University of Wisconsin - Madison View Entire Review
I learned more about myself as an artist and printmaking. Very valuable experience. - Santa Reparata International School of Art View Entire Review
I've been traveling abroad for nearly 50 years. It is always educational, exciting and beneficial. - Ron Pokrasso View Entire Review
January 04, 2017 A Long Vacation
Was not impressed academically or challenged. Extremely low resources in Italy. - Santa Reparata International School of Art View Entire Review
June 30, 2016 Wonderful!
Yes! - None View Entire Review
Definitely worth while. - University of Tennessee - Knoxville View Entire Review

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Santa Reparata was founded in 1970 as the Santa Reparata Graphic Art Centre by Dennis Olsen, Giuseppe Gattuso and Michael Schnorr; three artists who wished to provide a professional workshop for established printmakers and interested students. Within a year there were participants from various parts of Europe and North America; contract printing for local artists; and open studio space available for professionals in need of a specialized workspace for creating prints. Simultaneously, the workshop became a resource for several American colleges that sent instructor-led groups to study during the summer months. 

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Custom
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Fine Arts, Studio Arts
  • Design and Applied Arts
  • Crafts, Craft Design
  • Visual and Performing Arts
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Direct Enrollment/Exchange Scholarships

The SRISA Merit scholarship is a full tuition scholarship to recognize students who have excelled academically or artistically.

Full Tuition

Deadlines:
FALL 2018 Scholarship Application Deadline: May 25, 2018 SPRING 2019 Scholarship Application Deadline: Oct 1, 2018

Guidelines/Requirements:
See SRISA study abroad scholarship page http://www.srisa.org/admissions/scholarships/

SRISA’s Partial Tuition Need-Based Scholarship is designed for students who wish to study abroad but lack the financial resources. Includes a work-study aspect and is available during Summer A sessions.

Partial Tuition

Deadlines:
SUMMER A 2018: February 1, 2018 -- FALL 2018: May 25, 2018 -- SPRING 2019: October 1, 2018 -- SUMMER A 2019: February 1, 2019

Guidelines/Requirements:
See SRISA study abroad scholarship page http://www.srisa.org/admissions/scholarships/

The Need-Based scholarship provides an invaluable opportunity for prospective SRISA students to study abroad in Florence. The scholarship is for students who demonstrate financial need or are low-income students. Includes a work-study aspect and is available during Summer A sessions.

Full Tuition

Deadlines:
SUMMER A 2018: February 1, 2018 -- FALL 2018: May 25, 2018 -- SPRING 2019: October 1, 2018 -- SUMMER A 2019: February 1, 2019

Guidelines/Requirements:
In addition to the basic requirements founds on the Scholarship Guidelines section of srisa.org, students applying for the SRISA Needs Based Scholarship will be expected to submit a Statement of Financial Need, demonstration that study abroad would not be possible without a scholarship.

SRISA’s Diversity Scholarship Program is a part of its commitment to Generation Study Abroad ™, a five-year initiative launched by the Institute of International Education in 2014 to double the number of U.S. college students studying abroad by the end of the decade. For the purpose of this scholarship, diversity is defined as under-represented students in study abroad and includes diversity in ethnic and racial groups, first generation college students, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, military status.

Partial Tuition

Deadlines:
SUMMER A 2018: February 1, 2018 -- FALL 2018: May 25, 2018 -- SPRING 2019: October 1, 2018

Guidelines/Requirements:
See SRISA study abroad scholarship page http://www.srisa.org/admissions/scholarships/

The SRISA Partial Tuition Merit Scholarship is a partial scholarship and work-study to recognize students who have excelled academically or artistically.

Partial Tuition

Deadlines:
FALL 2018: May 25, 2018 -- SPRING 2019: October 1, 2018

Guidelines/Requirements:
See SRISA study abroad scholarship page http://www.srisa.org/admissions/scholarships/

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