Field trips throughout Tuscany and elsewhere in Italy are an integral and deeply rewarding part of the SACI overseas study experience. Students will be attending the field trips that are scheduled in classes in which they are enrolled, as well as field trips that are open to all enrolled students. Tuition includes all required class field trips and museum entrances.
Some of the numerous sites typically visited by SACI students include Venice, Rome, Milan, Naples, Bologna, Pisa, Lucca, Ravenna, Siena, Fiesole, San Gimignano, Arezzo, San Sepolcro, Monterchi, Assisi, Urbino, Tivoli, Hadrian’s Villa, the Certosa di Galluzzo, Vinci, Faenza, Pietrasanta, and Carrara. See the Downloads section of the website for a list of required and optional field trips each term.
SACI's MFA and MA students go on multi-day field trips to European centers outside of Italy such as Paris, Berlin, and London, at no additional cost. Supplementary field trips are made to the Venice Biennale (every other year) and to contemporary art fairs and major exhibitions in Bologna, Milan, Naples, Rome, and elsewhere in Italy.
Watch this video made by MFA in Photography student, Hana Sackler, during a recent class trip to Paris:
Click here to view a collection of images from SACI field trips on Flickr.
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Click on the images below, many which were taken by SACI students during field trips!