Art Courses in Florence: Drawing, Painting, Fashion and Design !

The School Leonardo da Vinci of Florence, leading school in Italian language and culture teaching to foreign students, created some very original courses entirely dedicated to those students who, in addition to learn Italian language, wish to continue their art studies.

The school in fact, presents the Art Courses in Florence, a category of courses which includes artistic studies, such as “Drawing Courses”, “Painting Courses” and innovative studies dedicated to Italian fashion and design lovers: “Italian Design” and “Italian Fashion”.

These courses has a minimum duration of two weeks (which can be extended for Drawing and Painting Courses) and are intended for students who already have a basic knowledge of Italian language. During such courses, participants will be able to try a different approach to Italian language and culture with a more in-depht knowledge of artistic technique, fashion and design history.

Participants of the Drawing Courses for example, will learn the most important techniques for objects’ representation, for chiaroscuro and perspective; whereas, the Painting Course will show to students the secrets of the several existing painting techniques, also through a continuous comparison with the teacher.

On the other hand, the courses dedicated to Italian fashion and design, focus on the history of such two peculiar aspects of Italian culture, by observing the many changes they underwent throughout the years.

The Art Courses of the Leonardo da Vinci School in Florence represent a unique occasion to enjoy an extraordinary holiday in the “belpaese” and to plunge into passion for art, fashion and design at the same time.

Further information are available on the Italian language School Leonardo da Vinci’s website.

Scuola Leonardo Da Vinci is one of the most important Italian language schools for foreigners in Italy, and organizes Italian courses since 1977. It is present in the most beautiful cities of Italy (Florence, Milan, Rome, Siena), and each year the company welcomes thousands students from 60 different countries in the world.