Italy: International summer seminar on medieval architecture and archaeology

The 27th edition of this international seminar on medieval architecture and archaeology will take place from July 20 to August 16, 2009 in the Italian city of Faedis. The seminar is organised by the Institute for the Reconstruction of Castles of Chucco-Zucco (Istituto per la Riconstruzzione del castello di Chucco-Zucco, I-33044 Faedis (UD), Borgo Stremiz 13) for young experts. The seminar is a platform for exchanges of experience and knowledge.

The 27th edition of this international seminar on medieval architecture and archaeology will take place from July 20 to August 16, 2009 in the Italian city of Faedis. The seminar is organised by the Institute for the Reconstruction of Castles of Chucco-Zucco (Istituto per la Riconstruzzione del castello di Chucco-Zucco, I-33044 Faedis (UD), Borgo Stremiz 13) for young experts. The seminar is a platform for exchanges of experience and knowledge.

Young experts and students in the fourth or higher year of studies in architecture, art history, history, archaeology, and the like are eligible to apply for the seminar. The necessary skills include English knowledge and drawing skills. Slovak participants must cover their travel expenses and a registration fee of €100. Accommodation, catering, excursions and insurance are covered by the organiser.

An application form to be found at: SAIA

The application form, a letter of motivation and CV should be sent to ircczsid@triangolo.it.

Application deadline: May 15, 2009.

Source: www.saia.sk

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