Art & Architecture in Florence: with Geoff Flack and Carol Hendricks
2017 | June 29-July 14
$4,300/person (double occupancy room)
Drawing Instructor: Geoff Flack, Gage Atelier Instructor
Art History Instructor: Carol Hendricks, Art Historian & Gage Adult Program Director
Join Geoff Flack and Carol Hendricks for this unparalleled opportunity to study the art and architecture of the Renaissance while refining your drawing skills.
During this 15 day/16 night Florence intensive Geoff Flack will teach a variety of drawing techniques that you can apply when depicting the magnificent sculptures and buildings of Florence. Hone your skills in one of the world’s most inspirational cities, home to Michelangelo, the Medici family and famed birthplace of the Renaissance. Most afternoons will be spent in the classroom drawing from a model while you will also sketch masterpieces in the city’s beautiful churches and extraordinary museums.
Carol Hendricks, your Italian art history expert, introduces you to Florence’s famed art and history. Most mornings will be spent touring and drawing in places such as the Uffizi, San Marco, Santa Croce, the Bargello, Santa Maria Novella and the museums of the Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens. Students will gain knowledge through lectures, discussion and hands on practice in drawing in the studio and on location in the city.
*Artist: $4,300/person double occupancy room
(+$700 for single occupancy room supplement)
Included in the workshop price is a shared centrally located apartment in Florence with a kitchen for 16 nights, one group dinner and all museum entry fees. Airfare is not included.
For more information regarding this tour, please contact Carol Hendricks at firstname.lastname@example.org
SPACE IS LIMITED: reserve your spot with a $500 per person non-refundable deposit!
The workshop includes 16 nights in an apartment, students should arrive on Thursday, June 29 to move in and will move out the morning of Saturday, July 15. Class will begin on Friday, June 30 and also will be held Monday through Friday, July 3-14 during the day, with evenings and weekends left to explore the city and surrounding area on your own.