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Studying Art Restoration in Florence, Italy

Earning your Art Restoration bachelor’s degree abroad while studying art in Italy

Study Art Restoration in Florence, ItalyImagine having the opportunity to learn computers from Steve Jobs, music from Mozart, or cooking from Gordon Ramsay (minus the yelling); that’s what it’s like to earn your Art Restoration Bachelor’s degree while studying art in Marist’s Florence, Italy program. As the home to such art luminaries as Dante, Botticelli, and Leonardo da Vinci, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to care for and restore invaluable pieces of art history.

Through Marist's partnership with Istituto Lorenzo de' Medici in Florence, Italy, the Art Restoration and Conservation Studies B.S. program offers an educational experience unlike any other. Studying art restoration in Florence will give you the opportunity to work directly on original materials from the 14th to the 19th centuries. Here, you will work on pieces provided by religious, state, and private institutions including the City of Florence, Italy Fine Art Department.

Earning your Art Restoration and Conservation Studies Bachelor’s degree abroad while studying art in Italy can open up a world of opportunity. Students in the Art Restoration and Conservation Studies B.S. not only work on amazing pieces of history, they are also given the opportunity to travel the world and experience a wide variety of countries, cultures, languages and religions. Students have worked in Hindu and Buddhist temples in Nepal, in India restoring 17th and 18th century pieces, and in Chile at the Pablo Neruda Museum. All of this in addition to working on paintings and sculptures by masters like Donatello and Michelangelo.

When studying art restoration in Florence, Italy, you’ll be working with expert faculty members from around the world. The Art Restoration and Conservation Studies Bachelor’s degree allows students of all experience levels to gain the skills necessary to begin their careers in art restoration. Potential careers for graduates are as Art Conservators, Forensic Artists, and Reproduction Artists, to name a few.

If you’re interested in a once in a lifetime experience that can set you up for career success, studying art restoration in Florence, Italy is the most fulfilling way to build your future, and restore the past. Begin your journey by contacting a Marist representative today. You’re just a phone call away from a rich experience that could shape the rest of your life.  

 

Published by Laura Zurowski

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