Chiara Baldussi


Operations Officer

Museums Might Be Closed. But They Are Still Open.

Chiara Baldussi April 1, 2020

Written by Emily Dellheim, Arcadia University Rome Center Professor for “Museum Practices in Rome: The History of Collecting”. Italy. Being the country with the world’s highest concentration of UNESCO cultural heritage sites (55 to be exact), means beauty… More

Is Art necessary or useful in time of crisis?

Chiara Baldussi March 26, 2020

Written by Raffaele Furno, Modern Life in the Eternal City Professor, Arcadia Rome On the first day of class, I always ask my students why they picked Rome for their study abroad experience. Unsurprisingly, they reply that they came for the art, the… More

News from the CoRomaVirus Age

Chiara Baldussi March 20, 2020

Written by Fabio Barilari, Professor of Modern Life in the Eternal City and Sketching Rome Ciao a tutti, I hope you are all doing well in these troubled days.I will start from the closing words in my "farewell email" to my students, for their forced… More

A Special Halloween

Chiara Baldussi October 31, 2019

It’s Halloween and our Rome students are in Fall break exploring Italy, Europe, or maybe just enjoying the Eternal City with their family and friends. For all those who are in Rome and still looking for a special Halloween celebration we would highly… More

Arcadia Festival at Bomarzo

Chiara Baldussi November 14, 2018

Written by Gregory Smith, professor of Food studies in the Arcadia Italy Program Food is an aesthetic system, rooted in nature and human practices, and there is no better way to experience it than going to one of the many Italian regions and discovering… More

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