News and Events

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AUR's Summer short course, Drawing I, was designed to provide students with the core set of skills needed to pursue a classical discipline in drawing and painting.

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. 

"Oltre-Beyond", a show by Professor Kristien De Neve at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (MACRO) in 2019, is now documented by a cat

Fall 2020's Student Art Show features work from multiple genres. Please come and take a look around our virtual gallery.

This ten-day intensive workshop will take place outside Rome near Carrara (Tuscany), the cradle of stone sculpture in Italy. 

This workshop carries 3 credits. These can be transferred to support your degree at your home university.
 

Commemorating the 10th anniversary of the passing of Professor Terry Rossi Kirk, professors Paul Gwynne and Timothy Allen spoke to an enthusiastic audience on topics that would have been near and dear to the interests of the late professor.