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  • When In Rome at the Museum
    Apr 5, 2013 - 12:00am to Jun 2, 2013 - 12:00am
    Coral Gables Museum
    285 Aragon Ave

    The exhibit displays a selection of drawings and photographs by students enrolled in the University of Miami School of Architecture Rome Program.Curated by: Carmen L. Guerrero, Assistant Professor in Practice, Director of the Rome Program
    Curatorial Team: Angelica Tavares- Graduate Student, John Scott- Undergraduate Student. Sponsored by University of Miami School of Architecture

    During a semester long sojourn in Rome, students use drawing as a means of analyzing and recording visual experiences in the city. The drawing courses play an analytical role in every component of the Rome curriculum. Through structured assignments calling for a variety of drawing types and media, an increased depth of vision of architecture and the city is acquired. By using pencil, pastel, conte crayon and watercolor paint, the student explores form, space, volume, surface, texture, light and color in a manner only possible in an “in situ” experience.

    Inside the Anthony R. Abraham Family Gallery. 305-603-8067 | www.coralgablesmuseum.org

    The exhibit displays a selection of drawings and photographs by students enrolled in the University of Miami School of Architecture Rome Program.Curated by: Carmen L. Guerrero, Assistant Professor in Practice, Director of the Rome Program
    Curatorial Team: Angelica Tavares- Graduate Student, John Scott- Undergraduate Student. Sponsored by University of Miami School of Architecture

    During a semester long sojourn in Rome, students use drawing as a means of analyzing and recording visual experiences in the city. The drawing courses play an analytical role in every component of the Rome curriculum. Through structured assignments calling for a variety of drawing types and media, an increased depth of vision of architecture and the city is acquired. By using pencil, pastel, conte crayon and watercolor paint, the student explores form, space, volume, surface, texture, light and color in a manner only possible in an “in situ” experience.

    Inside the Anthony R. Abraham Family Gallery. 305-603-8067 | www.coralgablesmuseum.org

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