NWIB Summer School 2023: Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) and the birth of the modern anatomical illustration (applications closed, next edition in summer 2024)
This year’s NWIB Summer School at the NIKI is devoted to “Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) and the birth of the modern anatomical illustration”.
Leonardo da Vinci Summer Course | The Tension between Theory & Practice (applications closed, next edition in August 2024)
An in-depth study of the drawings, paintings, and writings of Leonardo da Vinci (Vinci 1452-Amboise, France 1519). This course seeks to define the relationship between Leonardo’s development as a painter and his scientific research.
De wereld van Botticelli: kunstenaars, opdrachtgevers, humanisten (aanmelden gesloten, volgende editie in 2025)
In deze aan Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) gewijde BA-/MA-cursus staan zijn contacten met collega’s, opdrachtgevers en humanisten centraal.
This Minor program offers the opportunity of working with a large variety of methodologies in order to understand present-day Italy through its historical developments in a profoundly cross-disciplinary context.
This two-part course for MA/PhD students and junior curators is an intensive introduction to the art of drawing from the 15th to the 19th century that is divided between a week at the NIKI in Florence (29 Aug-4 Sep 2022) and a week at the Fondation Custodia in Paris (2-8 Jan 2023).
In deze cursus voor Bachelor en Masterstudenten wordt Leonardo da Vinci’s werkwijze als tekenaar en schilder bestudeerd tegen de achtergrond van de traditionele Florentijnse werkplaatspraktijken en de regels die hij ten aanzien van het onderwijs in de teken- en schilderkunst heeft geschreven. Studenten verblijven van 16 tot en met 27 augustus 2022 op het instituut.
This course for (Res)MA and PhD students examines the idea of disegno in relation to the early modern decorative arts by investigating the collection of Italian design drawings in the Rijksmuseum. In this course, students will explore the role that drawings – disegni – played in the process of creating, producing, marketing and selling the works of art fashioned by goldsmiths, cabinetmakers and other specialized craftsmen.
OSK Winter School: From Maecenas to CEO? Recent research on artistic patronage (applications closed, next edition in 2024)
In art history and adjacent fields, the paradigm of the artist as a freely creating individual is increasingly questioned; at the same time, the role of private patrons as supporters of cultural institutions has become paramount – see the role of people like Pinault in their support of artists such as Damien Hirst, which seems to emulate or even surpass the role of the Medici in the Renaissance.
Dynamisch erfgoed: de stad in beweging Interdisciplinaire en interuniversitaire zomercursus georganiseerd en gecoördineerd door het UU Honours College van de Universiteit Utrecht (UU) in samenwerking met de Nederlandse Wetenschappelijke Instituten in het Buitenland (NWIB’s). Startdagen in Utrecht (28 en 29 mei, 2 juni). Veldwerkweken in Athene, Florence, of Sint Petersburg in juni of juli (afhankelijk […]
Florence, originally founded by the Romans, was governed by the Medici family for centuries. Most of them had a passionate interest in painting, sculpture, architecture, and literature. Still Florence keeps an exceptional artistic heritage, which is marvelous evidence of its aged culture. This course offers students the opportunity to study the works of art from the Renaissance period, while staying in Florence.