• Eyes of an Artist

    by  • April 4, 2010

    Students will view the city through the eyes of the artists, photographers, writers, musicians, and film makers who have been inspired by Venice for centuries. After discovering these viewpoints during the semester, students will walk in the footsteps of Turner, Sargent, Vivaldi, Ruskin and James to discover Venice as a symbol of their own.

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    Established 4/3/10

    by  • April 3, 2010

    Students will acquire a background knowledge of Venetian history, geography, demography, culture, and politics with special attention to how Venice has operated as a significant symbol — of an untouchable republic, of a militant mercantile nation, of a corrupt political system, of a decadently sexual culture, and of a dying empire — within various...

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