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The Aegean Center for the Fine Arts

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Founded in Paros, Greece in 1966 as an independent, Not-For-Profit Institution, The Aegean Center continues to maintain its autonomous, non-profit status offering small group and individualized study in the visual arts, creative writing and music. Our facilities are located in two of the worlds most compelling locations--the Aegean Islands of Greece and Italy's Tuscany. The Spring Session is held at our restored Neoclassical facility on the island of Paros, in the heart of the historical market street in the main port village of Paroikia. The Fall Session takes place in both Italy and Greece. This session begins in Italy at our lovely 16th Century Tuscan villa in the hills above Pistoia, 30 kilometers from Florence, and concludes at our facility in Paros. Besides providing an opportunity to study the arts in two celebrated locations, the Aegean Center program also provides an unparalleled and satisfying way to acquire a new and crucial world perspective as well as to broaden and develop a more gratifying sense of self.

The value of a wholly autonomous study abroad program specializing in small group and individualized study is immense. Looking beyond the academic model toward a vision of lifelong learning, the Aegean Center does not require outside institutional affiliation. Not being bound by association to the requirements and orthodoxies of larger more generic programs, the Center is free to create courses of exceptional quality and independence. This freedom was indeed one of the founding principles of the Center and remains so to this day. With our small-group structure and having no obligation to conform to outside program course descriptions and dictates, we are free to directly address the strengths and weakness of each and every student, simply because we have the freedom to do so.

Small by design, each session is organized around a format of intensive small group and one-to-one instruction with our full-time staff members, as well as our visiting lecturers and artists. We continue to develop our core courses but it is from our long and committed experience of specialized teaching in distinctive cultural environments as well as influence gained from the constant flow of new students that we garner the inspiration and ideas to further develop and improve our courses on an ongoing basis.

tudents are encouraged to explore and expand a personal vocabulary while being immersed in the classical disciplines from which the Western tradition of art and thought has emerged. Students choose from a weekly schedule of classes as well as one-to-one consultation with the Center's qualified and excellent faculty. Students are further encouraged to choose their own projects, define their own goals and achieve growth on real terms, not through regimented goal seeking and other means most commonly found in a traditional large school environment. They pursue these projects and individual goals with careful and attentive overseeing and tutoring by our staff. The idea of craft, technique and skill in all disciplines is stressed as the true giver of artistic expression and bridge to all possibilities. It is also important to note that students will be learning by way of direct example from those teaching and advising them. It is required that all our staff be practising artists, scholars and practitioners of the course work they are responsible for teaching in the small group and tutorial learning environment.
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The Art of Singing Painting Drawing Figure Drawing Black &White Silver Photography Digital Photography / Digital Darkroom Printmaking Creative Writing Classical Literature
Art History: Art of the Italian Renaissance (Fall Session only) Art History: Classical Greece and Rome Art History: Photographic History
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