Discovering Rome: The Musumeci Greco Arms Academy

Chiara Baldussi April 22, 2020

Written by Lorenza Decarli,  Administration and Finance Manager for Italy Programs in the Arcadia Italy Center When you walk on the streets of big cities you can sense a lively pulsing community. In an metropolis like Rome, with thousands of years of… More

A Different Easter

Chiara Baldussi April 14, 2020

Natale con i tuoi, Pasqua con chi vuoi (Christmas with your family, Easter with whoever you want), it is a common phrase we use in Italian. Despite this saying Easter Sunday is usually spent with family. Unfortunately, this year the tradition has been… 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

Framing Italy Goes To Naples

Student Voices November 15, 2019

ILARIA PICCOLO -  STUDENT OF ROMA TRE - ARCADIA IN ROME, FALL 2019 When Arcadia asked me which course I wanted to follow I had no doubt: Framing Italy! I was so excited to finally learn something about italian cinema and Arcadia gave me the opportunity… More

A Night at the Opera

Sarra Chadi October 22, 2019

BY MATTEO BELLARASA, PROGRAM ASSISTANT One of the great things you can do in Rome is attending an opera ballet at the Opera House. Here at Arcadia in Rome we like to plan at least one event per semester at Teatro dell’Opera di Roma because it is fantastic… More

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