Accademia dell'Arte Programs
The Accademia dell'Arte is a performing arts school and cultural center. Housed at Villa Godiola, a Renaissance era villa that overlooks the city of Arezoo, the Accademia...
Accademia dell'Arte Reviews
The Accademia has brought confidence and curiosity back into my work
Submitted by Sage King - Bennington College | July 18, 2017
The Accademia has brought confidence and curiosity back into my work. It has given me new means to explore my creative processes and gotten me to a point where I feel not only ready, but excited to make work. At the Accademia I was able to reopen parts of my body and brain that had closed and shielded themselves, I was able to conquer a creator's block that had been going on for almost a year, and I re-awoke a passion for learning that had been buried by doubt and overstimulation. My body and mind have found new levels of awareness, articulation, a patience.
Being here has helped me realize what kind of artist I want to be
Submitted by Maia Potok-Holmes - Goucher College | July 18, 2017
Being here has helped me realize what kind of artist I want to be and what I want to do with my life. This program has really solidified the fact that I don't really want to do anything with my life other than dance and be involved in the arts. This program has also helped me develop more creative skills - in my artistry with dance, my musicality, and in choreography.
-Dance Spring 2016
I didn't expect to discover so much
Submitted by Carly Haig - Goucher College | July 13, 2017
I didn't expect to discover so much more about who I am as a person while being here. I learned that through dance I can unveil sides of myself I never new existed, which has served as a very powerful thing.
The Accademia is an incredibly creative and fulfilling experience
Submitted by Carrigan O'Brian - Sarah Lawrence University | July 13, 2017
The Accademia is an incredibly creative and fulfilling experience. It is a very interesting way to explore the relationship between your voice and your body in an open, artistic place. You will learn so much about yourself, how you want to live, who you want to work with and how to use your body and voice to the fullest potential!
Arezzo is constantly surprising me
Submitted by Stephanie Occhipinti - Boston University | July 13, 2017
Arezzo is constantly surprising me. I lived here for 3 months and every weekend I discovered a new piazza, park, cafe, festival, fair, store, or gelateria. I could never judge this city or make assumptions; it's always new, and yet it quickly feels like home.