Adult school in Italy, July
June 7, 2011 6:21 AM   Subscribe

Any recommendations for a school for an adult woman over 50 in Italy this July? Language and or art and or music and or cooking. Florence? elsewhere? Michelangelo school in Florence?
posted by Yayita to Travel & Transportation around Italy (5 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
 
Michelangelo school (note: this guy has been a client of mine for a long time, and I've known him for even longer. His sculpture style is historic, though, and he's in Florence, teaching, so I couldn't not link him).
posted by amtho at 6:49 AM on June 7, 2011


I went with a school through Apple Languages in 2006 and had an excellent time. There were people of all ages and nationalities in the course and all seemed to enjoy it. From what I can tell, their facilities seem to be high quality, their teachers good (native speakers always, I think?), and they have a fantastic selection of locations.
posted by AthenaPolias at 7:47 AM on June 7, 2011


I've seen articles (and long for) mosaic classes in Ravenna. I haven't investigated too much because I know I am not near able to afford it, only that I know they are offered frequently and they do it old world style (using hammer and hardie). Maybe one day.....sigh. :)
posted by foxhat10 at 9:10 AM on June 7, 2011 [2 favorites]


I went on one of Istituto Venezia's programs over New Year's a few years ago; there were language classes in the mornings and culture lessons/excursions in the afternoons and evenings. I've heard that Venice is unpleasant and crowded in the summer, but this school also has a Trieste location which might be better for the time of year.
posted by martianna at 10:41 AM on June 7, 2011


Thanks for your responses.
posted by Yayita at 2:10 PM on July 7, 2011


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