News and Events

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Stephanie Gandolfi is a double-major in Fine Arts & Art History and the first graduate from the new Fine Arts program. She presented her amazing Capstone exhibition entitled 'Layers: A Retrospective" on the 6th of May 2021.

Tell us a bit about the exhibition Io dico io – I say I: what are its themes and what unites the artists who feature in it?

The American University of Rome's Fine Arts Program is very proud to present the 2021 Spring semester exhibition, featuring an extraordinary technical array of work including drawings, paintings, prints, frescos, and mosaics. 

A new online program for Summer 2021 designed for students who are about to undertake or are currently undertaking a master's degree. Available at the introductory rate of just $550 (500 Euros) for the full four-week course.

Born in Rome, Professor Conti moved to the UK when she was 19 years old.

We are delighted to announce a scholarship opportunity for the summer 2021 course ‘Introduction to Italian Culture and Food’.

Preparing for the UN Conference on Climate of the Parties (COP 26) that will be organized in partnership with Italy in Glasgow from 1 to 12 November 2021.

Born in the Paleolithic, Professor Lauren Golden has studied Art History... forever, and is still the ‘Eternal Student’ with a passion for all things Rome - where the saying ‘non basta una vita’ (one life is not enough) is absolutely true.

Registration is now open for our virtual Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony. Family and friends of graduating students can register their attendance here.