• Inspired To Be

    by  • April 9, 2019 • 0 Comments


     Three weeks left in the semester, this week’s bloggers reflect and share photos of the work they’ve been doing. Katie McMorrow, Hamilton College Dance Program With only three weeks left in the program, I’ve started to think about all of the things I want to do before leaving Italy. A few weeks ago I...

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    The Feelings I Wouldn’t Trade for Anything

    by  • April 2, 2019 • 0 Comments


    This week’s ADALife bloggers reflect on some meaningful moments here in in Arezzo, as they get closer to the end of the program. Mose Kane, Boston University  Semester Physical Theatre Program Since the last time I sat down to write for this blog, it’s safe to say that I’ve gotten out more. Florence, Milan,...

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    I Am an Artist

    by  • March 26, 2019 • 0 Comments


      This week we hear about small discoveries as our students move into the last quarter of their time here.   MaryKate Korbisch, Coastal Carolina University One Year Physical Theatre Program My time here at the ADA has been unforgettable; easily the best decision of my life so far. I have learned more about...

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    Study Tour in Ljubljana, Slovenia

    by  • March 22, 2019 • 0 Comments


      Each semester our physical theatre and dance students go on a four to five day study tour to Ljubljana, Slovenia. At Španski Borci Cultural Center  they take intensive workshops with En Knap Dance Company working  with company founder Iztok Kovač and dance company members throughout the day. They also have a chance to...

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    When anything is possible, what do you do?

    by  • March 19, 2019 • 0 Comments

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     This week our bloggers reflect on moments they’ve had and what they’re realizing about themselves in this program as the semester heads into it’s second half.  Meghan Coyle, Muhlenberg College Semester Physical Theatre Program We’ve recently hit the halfway mark here in our semester at the Accademia dell’Arte; these past six (?) weeks have...

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    Spring Break!

    by  • March 12, 2019 • 0 Comments

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    This week’s bloggers talk about spring break travel adventures and mid-semester feelings. Kristen Corless, Muhlenberg College Semester Physical Theatre Program          At the age of eleven, I sat in my first Italian language class. I instantly took to the language, enjoying every new word. In a way, it was like opening...

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    New Year, New Us: an Accademia dell’Arte Newsletter

    by  • February 26, 2019 • 0 Comments


    New Year, New Us: an Accademia dell’arte Newsletter  Thanks for checking out the first newsletter of the Spring 2019 semester. We are one month into the semester and the spirit of collaboration is in the air. The villa is filled with students from thirteen different universities, who are participating in one of three different...

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    Trips and Travels

    by  • February 21, 2019 • 0 Comments


    This week’s ADALife Bloggers tell us about their weekend travels over their four day weekend! Alison Bashford, Muhlenberg College Dance Program As I write this, I am sitting in the Florence airport anxiously waiting to board my flight to Copenhagen and my first flight alone. As I see the nervous, tired, excited travelers around...

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    Discoveries Everywhere

    by  • February 14, 2019 • 0 Comments


    This week we hear from Kendra, Ellie, Julie, and Emma! Kendra Weingast, Muhlenberg College Semester Phyiscal Theatre Program Washington, D.C. to Arezzo, Italy… Things You Didn’t Prepare to be Different 1) Eggs Yolks Here are Orange We’re unsure why, but hoping it means the chickens are healthier. 2) Breakfast Food as a Whole Just...

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    Settled Into Our New Home

    by  • February 5, 2019 • 0 Comments


      This week’s bloggers Kerry, Caitlin, Sof, and Katie share some of the week’s adventures. Kerry Gallagher, Muhlenberg College Physical Theatre Program Ever since I arrived in Italy, it’s felt as though I was still in the states, it hadn’t quite hit me yet that I was abroad. But everything changed this weekend in...

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