Three Days in Tuscany: A Journey to the Artistic Treasures of Siena (Remote)

Instructor(s)
Kristin Stasiowski
Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Kent State University
Location
Online
Date
Wednesdays, April 14 - 28
Time
7-8:30 p.m. ET

Join us for an introduction to the vibrant history, architecture, and art of the city of Siena. Over the course of three weeks, Dr. Stasiowski will lead you through an in-depth reading of the images presented in Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s frescoes in the Sala dei Nove in Siena, Italy; the history, ritual, and excitement of the Palio of Siena; and the rich and storied history of Siena and how her cathedral mirrors the spiritual, political, and aesthetic concerns of her citizens.

Read: A History of Siena: From its Origins to the Present Day (Cities of the Ancient World; ISBN 978-0367253486) This book is supplementary and is not required.

Member of Lifelong Learning Cost
$50
Nonmember Cost
$61