FOUNDATION OF RESTORATION
ONE YEAR PROGRAM
RESTORATION OF OIL PAINTINGS
Fall and Winter Enrollment
Scholarship opportunities are available for 2019-2020! Contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is a unique program that integrates the essential knowledge in the Visual Arts and Restoration. The students will undergo a program where the main curriculum components are synced with the Painting & Drawing Three-Year Diploma Program (for the full list of subjects see https://www.artac.org/one-year-program) and Restoration of oil paintings periodical workshops.
The students will have access to the workshop sessions all of January and May which will be entirely focusing on Restoration. These sessions will run simultaneously with the main program, which means that during the weeks of the workshops the students will be taking only restoration classes and no main program subjects.
The students taking this program are working in direct contact with original paintings. For example, in 2016-2017 the Academy has realized a restoration project of an antique original painting of large dimensions by Florentine artists of 17th century Pietro Dandini. This project was accomplished under collaboration with one of the key museums of Florence - Palazzo Pitti. The program also includes copying paintings of old masters and learning their original techniques while learning to restore artworks.
Revealing and imparting attributes to the object of material culture
Estimating the artistic and cultural value of an artwork, and the category of it
Organizing and archiving the work to the best quality standard to be published and presented to the public
Possible career paths:
Conservative restoration activity
Research project activity
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Only in the first year of the Three-Year program, the students have the option of joining either from the Fall Enrollment or from Winter Enrollment. In the following two years, the studies always begin from the Fall.
We encourage students to meet the tuition payment deadlines. However, applications entering pass the deadline will be considered as long as space is available. An additional charge will be applied to the "Late enrollment" tuition payments.
Full-time students (enrolled in a program of a minimum length of one year) are entitled to 50 % discount for any workshop or evening course.