Guide for foreign studentsIn addition to traditional laboratories in Painting, Decoration, Scenography, Sculpture, Engraving and Restoration, the Academy of Fine Arts of L’Aquila is implementing new multimedia workshops linked to the various graduate programmes. The theatre is conceived as a multipurpose space where it is possible to carry out a wide range of theatrical activities.The Library of the Academy of Fine Arts is currently going through a phase of development. To consult or borrow either specialized library material or audio visual documents, collaboration with the Università degli Studi along with its Library has been established in order to cover the majority of the specialized sectors of interest to the students (loan on guarantee). In the city other libraries, both public and private are also available, such as the Provincial Library, containing over 250,000 volumes and a relevant amount of incunabula and manuscripts. download
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The International Relations Office of the Academy of Fine Arts is made up of the following members of staff:
Prof. Eugenio CARLOMAGNO, (Head)
Prof. Marcello GALLUCCI, (ERASMUS and international activities)
Dott.ssa Patrizia DI MARCO GASBARRE, (office administration)
The office is open to the public, preferably prior appointment, from Monday to Friday, from 11.00 a.m to 1.00 p.m. You may also telephone the office during these times.